Superyacht Heavenly Daze leaving Monaco
The 32 metre superaycht Heavenly Daze was built in 1972 at Feadship’s De Vries yard. She was meticulously refitted with a repainting and varnishing of the interior and newly decorated guest areas. In 2013 Heavenly Daze was inducted as one of the first vessel’s into Feadship’s Heritage Fleet, an exclusive club for classic Feadship vessels of over 30 years. She accommodates 8 guests in a traditional and tasteful interior. Here she is seen leaving Port Hercule in Monaco.
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