Taiwanese shipyard Jade Yachts has released the following pictures on board the Jade 959, which was built in 2014 and launched from their facilities in Kaohsiung. Constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, she has a Gross Tonnage of 783 and is intended for unrestricted world cruising up to Ice Class I C or 1D. Naval architecture was undertaken in house by Jade Yachts, whilst Espinosa Yacht Design were responsible for her exterior, and Central Yacht for her interiors.
On board she accommodates up to 12 guests in modern and sophisticated cabins, with a light and welcoming colour palette being utilised throughout. Large windows are found in all areas of the vessel, which heightens the airy, bright ambiance.
Her main salon is cosy, with an ample comfortable seating area for all guests to enjoy. The three large, cream and gold sofas are accompanied by two black armchairs and all positioned around an expansive coffee table, creating an ideal environment to socialise and relax. The main salon leads effortlessly out on to the main deck aft, which leads down to the large beach club and creates a good balance between indoor/outdoor living.
The Jade 959 was intended to be on display at the Singapore Yacht Show which will begin tomorrow, but has unfortunately not been able to make it.