Motor yacht RESILIENCE is one of the latest luxury yachts to become available for charter in the Mediterranean in the summer and in the Caribbean or the Bahamas in the winter season, and this mysterious 64.8m/212.6ft vessel comes stocked with water toys, relaxation facilities and refined interiors to make your late autumn/winter getaway absolutely outstanding.
Launched in 2021 from International Shipyard Ancona, she features the naval architecture of prestigious shipyards Palumbo Yachts and ISA. Renowned stylist Enrico Gobbi produced her beautiful interiors, which use a refined natural palette with eye-catching golden tones contrasted by dark wood furnishings. This serene ambience permeates across the decks, from the lower deck beach club with massage room up the sculptural jellyfish stairway to the Jacuzzi on the sundeck.
Other onboard amenities include a Master suite with fold-down terraces and a private office, a steam room, outdoor cinema and pool.
When it comes to hosting a soiree, there is room on board for up to 110 guests – perfect for dockside Christmas parties or seeing in the New Year in style.
There is a wonderful selection of water toys on board for exploring the marine parks at leisure and adrenaline-fuelled fun among the hotspots of the French Riviera. While on the move, there is a well-supplied gym onboard for guests to maintain a fitness regime.
Overnight, the accommodation sleeps a maximum of 12 guests over 7 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 1 VIP stateroom on the Owner’s deck, 1 Master suite on the main deck, and 2 guest cabins with king-sized beds and 2 convertible cabins on the lower deck. All en-suite bathrooms have a sink, toilet, bidet and shower, and both Master suites have the addition of a bathtub.
Whether partying through the night at the marina or disappearing amongst the Cyclades Islands with just your group on board, a talented and energetic crew of 15 will take care of every detail.
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