Step onboard the yacht and the impression is that of careful thought and planning, culminating in an exceptional vessel with clever features that add to its appeal. Art deco transatlantic style greets you with sumptuous, elegant furnishings grounded through the use of sculptural wood cabinets which break up interior spaces.Photo: Fraser Yachts Moving through from the lounge brings you into the formal dining room with seating for 14. Guests dine under a mirrored ceiling reflecting a backlit glass wall glowing in aquamarine shades and are served wines from the comprehensive tank deck cellar.Photo: FraserLatitude is a feast for the senses - and that includes gorging on the ever-changing scene passing beyond the bow wave. The beach club and swim platform bring easy access to the ocean, while the full-beam sky-lounge and bar on the bridge deck give star-spotters and view-lovers an aerie of their own.Photo: Fraser Yachts An alfresco aft bridge dining table is another opportunity to feel immersed in the yacht’s cruising grounds, while the aforementioned sky lounge is so large it’s referred to as a second salon. On the sun deck, entertainment spaces are added to with an outdoor cinema, electric barbecue, sun loungers and jacuzzi. Plenty of spots to choose from then, to enjoy the charms of Latitude.Photo: FraserA glass-panelled elevator flows through all floors while a separate service elevator means crew are able to move through the vessel quickly and unobtrusively. Beyond mere functionality, however, the glass-formed elevator shaft funnels beams of natural light into the heart of the yacht’s interior; adding to the sense that this is a vessel where only impeccable design would do. The exceptional curved mahogany panelling throughout the yacht also reflects this statement, reflecting the light in a multitude of angles. Photo: FraserAccommodation is for 12 across four double guest cabins, a VIP stateroom on the bridge deck and an owner’s suite with its own special connection to the ocean beyond. Double balconies on either side of the full-beam master - large enough to hold a table and chairs - mean that whichever way the current is running, or wind blowing, there’s a sheltered spot to watch the sun set or the moon rise. Open up each set of double glass doors leading to the balconies and you’re rewarded with an open, airy space that feels part of the environment around the vessel.Photo: Fraser Yachts Photo: Fraser Yachts Latitude’s GA has been described as one of the most intelligent in the category and makes exceptional use of space; a wine cellar, laundry and walk-in fridge/freezer on the tank deck add functionality alongside storage for tenders and toys. Throughout the vessel, space is used wisely for areas which are defined, inviting and feel voluminous.Photo: Fraser Yachts Two pairs of zero speed stabilisers mean Latitude’s ability to connect with the sea remains romantic, comfortable and easy for those who aren’t natural sailors. Her gross tonnage is impressive at 812 tonnes and with the same owner, captain and engineer since 2010, Latitude has been maintained to the highest standards. Furthermore, her 10 year's Lloyd's Class survey was completed in April 2018.
Latitude's broker, Antoine Larricq, comments on the vessel, stating: "Latitude is, without doubt, one of the best-designed yacht lay outs of her category for a luxurious life on board and served by a crew working in optimum conditions, it has been proven by the excellence of her charter records and crew longevity. Definitely one of the key element for successful yachting and ready to go cruising."Photo: Fraser Yachts Latitude is available for sale with Fraser, at an asking price of €17,000,000. For more information or to make an enquiry, head here.
F2 Quai Antoine 1er
MC 98000, Monaco