Having departed the Lürssen shipyard earlier this week, the newly-built 85-metre motor yacht Areti is now making her way to the Mediterranean where she will remain until the Monaco Yacht Show in September later this year. The Winch-designed vessel will become one of the stars of the event with her elegant profile and high-end luxury interior.
The high-volume yacht was built according to the Passenger Yacht Code in order to accommodate a large group of guests. Areti’s interior, also designed by Winch Design, is described by Lürssen as ‘traditional but fresh’ with a custom design that was created according to the owner’s requirements. The beach-chic guest areas feature a spa on the lower deck aft complete with sauna, hot tub, full depth plunge pool and experience showers. The spa leads out onto the expansive beach deck with the transom door opened.
Several outdoor relaxation areas are on offer but one of the most important is the private space ahead of the owner’s suite that is fitted with a Jacuzzi and spacious sunbed with a breakfast table. Forward of this sunken guest area is a helipad on the foredeck for easy guests transfers.
Photos by Klaus Jordan
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