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SUERTE

Spacious Vessel with Unique Amenities Rarely Seen on Superyachts


VESSEL SPECIFICATIONS
NAME SUERTE
PREVIOUS NAME N/A
BEAM 11.6 (38′)
DRAFT 3.4 (11′)
LENGTH 69.4 (228′)
CRUISING SPEED 11
BUILT 2015
REFIT YEAR
MANUFACTURER Tankoa
CREW 18
GUESTS 12
STATE ROOMS 6
DESTINATIONS
  • France - Italy - Monaco - Croatia - Spain
  • Greece - Turkey
  • PRICE FROM €525,000 / Per Week
    TOYS AND TENDERS

    2 x 7.4 meter tenders
    4 meter SOLAS tender

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    The Spanish name of motor yacht SUERTE translates to the word, “Luck.”  One walk-through onboard this 69 meter superyacht, and it’s easy to see that the “lucky” ones will be the privileged few who step up to charter this yacht for a private vacation.  Designed by Francesco Paszkowski, with interior spaces credited to Margherita Casprini, the Italian-built yacht is instantly inviting, yet boasting a sophisticated atmosphere, with plentiful space to move about. Tankoa yacht SUERTE is perhaps best described as a chic yacht, with a welcoming environment.

    All throughout motor yacht SUERTE, Tankoa Italian craftsmen have inserted an abundance of natural materials, creating a warm and welcoming contemporary ambiance throughout the vessel.

    The master suite is located on the upper deck, offering a comfortable centerline plush bed.  The unique, oval bedroom is encased in large windows that flood the stateroom with light and allowing the principle charter guests to enjoy spectacular 180 degree panoramic views. The suite also features a private terrace, with a large sofa and intimate Jacuzzi spa hot tub, surrounded by sun pads.

    Unlike most private yacht charter vessels, the other cabins are all located on the main deck.  There is a large VIP suite and four additional guest cabins on the main deck. As with the master suite, all guest cabins are bathed in natural light – thanks to oversized windows (no cabin portholes on this lovely yacht). Cabin decoration is a mixture of bleached teak and black lacquered inserts and black marble, with a few hints of rich leather upholstery.

    The main saloon is best described as a family-oriented space with room for 16 people, and featuring a comfortable sofa, library, and deep armchairs. Forward on the main deck is a stylish formal dining area, again with seating for up to 16 people (most superyacht dining tables seat 10 to 12 guests).   Unique to this area are floor to ceiling windows, and a partition wall featuring a fish tank, and a giant wine display.

    Aft of the main salon, a beautiful Japanese-inspired winter garden room is found, surrounded by painted glass walls, slate floors, and a cozy bar.  The room serves as a transition area between the interior and aft exterior deck.  The aft deck is separated into distinct social areas, for both relaxation and al fresco dining.  The upper-level deck doubles as both a touch-and-go helipad, and a sun lounge area.

    The upper-deck interior skylounge features a must-see feature – skylights that are actually clear panels in the bridge-deck’s large swimming pool!  A mesmerizing effect is created as the sunlight flows through the water and illuminates the entire skylounge salon.

    A similar yacht available for hire and featuring spacious decks and staterooms is the 70 meter Lurssen motor yacht Martha Ann, offered in the Mediterranean in the summer and as a St Barts yacht charter vessel in the winter.