One look at Hana and you will see the careful detail that went into making this unique vessel. Its modern design manages to avoid the intense minimalism that burden so many of today's yachts. It has a linear, classic style with a modern twist that makes it stand out from other vessels.
The ship's architecture has been specially made to emphasize light as a key element. This design focus not only lead to the decision to include several large windows, but also to use Tanganyika oak paneling for all of the decks. Tanganyika oak's light-hued, relaxing shades allow the light to reveal beauty throughout the ship. Everything from the pastel fabrics to the ivory and amber decorations are enhanced by these choices.
The color schemes run throughout the boat's interior and exterior, creating a thematic connection. The turquoise and ivory used in main deck's external relaxation zone, for instance, reappear in the lounge.
Hana also has an impressive external with plenty of space that lets the guests have more direct contact with the vessel's owner. The owner wanted to remain accessible to his guests, so he insisted on a design that would accomplish this goal.
A portion of the lower deck is dedicated to a workout room with the latest Technogym equipment. Guests can enter the workout facility from inside and outside the boat.
From the fitness area, guests can walk onto a stern hatch that transforms into a beach platform that lets them enjoy a connection to the sea.
Hana's main lounge has a large space that measures about 60 square meters. It has a folding dining room table made of Tanganyika oak and glass that can accommodate up to 12 people. The lounge is divided into two areas by a 42-inch plasma television that can rotate 180 degrees, allowing guests to view it from both sides.
The flooring in the lounges is one of the most beautiful aspects of Hana. The floor is made of natural cherry parquet that contains maple inlays. The room also incorporates decorate elements from the rest of the vessel to fully integrate the design concept.
A private studio leads into the owner's suite, which has an exclusive terrace overlooking the sea. The room has been made terrifically comfortable with overstuffed chairs and a chaise lounge. The suite also has a make-up table and walk-in closet that offers plenty of room. The decorations, of course, have been carefully planned. It includes a variety of warm shades made of orange, golden, and sandy hues. These colors reappear in the curtains, carpet, and bedspread.
The owner's bathroom encapsulates the height of luxury with "Gold Port" marble and an intensely black polychrome mineral that is shot through with white veins. The bathroom has a large central shower and a relaxation area complete with a chaise lounge based on a custom design.
Comfort and luxury extends to Hana's exterior spaces. The upper deck has a panoramic lounge that gives you a wonderful view of the sea while you relax on specially designed furniture. To the left of the seating area, you will find a bar that was designed for Hana by the Claude Missir Agency.
If you want to bask in the sun, then move up to the sundeck, which has been furnished with sophisticated rattan sofas and overstuffed chairs. It even has a Jacuzzi whirlpool, semi-circular sofas, and plenty of cushions that ensure total relaxation.
Hana offers just as much power as beauty. The engine room contains two Caterpillar C32-C motors that can power the vessel at speeds up to 15.5 knots. Hana has a cruising speed of 13 knots. 7 Mitsubishi ARG MSM-500 stabilizers keep guests comfortable at any speed. A garage on the lower deck holds a Castoldi 18 Jet tender. A second tender, an Arimar 360, is kept on the main deck. Guests also have access to two jet skis stored in the bow zone's technical area.