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After spending her first summer cruising the Mediterranean, M/Y Areti, an 85m/278’ luxury motor yacht, will make her world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017. She was known as project Sasha and will be one of the highlights of the prestigious superyacht show held each September in Monaco at the quaint Port of Hercules.

Along with the master suite, there are eight spacious guest cabins. The builder is Lurssen Yachts and the exterior and interior designer is Winch Design. The exterior is sleek and perfectly balanced and her interior styling is timeless and traditional. She was delivered on July 19, 2017, to her owner before setting off for her first luxury cruise. Areti’s sea trials were successful and proved her exterior design and engineering was flawless. The beam is an amazing 14m/48’.

Her owner is not new to the yachting world, and for some design aspects, he incorporated similar features into the design of Areti, such as her stunning cream hull and white superstructure with grey accents. The construction was in keeping with her specifications to the passenger yacht code to accommodate a large number of guests. The owner’s brief also required Areti to simply be charming and sophisticated – and she is. The pallet of her décor is made of neutral colors, an assortment of fabrics and textures, and elegant wood floors. With a beach-like feel throughout her entertainment areas and decks, she keeps an elegant and airy feel. throughout. The owner’s deck includes the stunning owner’s suite and has a secluded saloon and deck that features a spacious sunbed, Jacuzzi, and area for dining. On the lower deck, special delights reserved for the most luxurious yachts are found: sauna, hot tub, full depth plunge pool, and experience showers. The beach club extends from this area and a large swim platform is found via the raised transom door. To complete Areti’s claim to the most esteemed yachts, a certified Heli-landing area is available for her owner’s and guests to arrive and depart while cruising the vast oceans.