Superyacht of the Week: The 76 metre superyacht Reborn

In 2010 Amico completed their most recent refit project, the stunning 76 metre superyacht Reborn. Reborn started life in 1999 as Boadicea, a 70.50 metre Amels, designed inside and out by Terence Disdale. When her current owner bought her in 2009, he had big plans for this superyacht.

One of the aims of the refit was to maximise the usable space on board, and to extend the atmosphere of airiness and freedom in a most magnificent way, without compromising on style or comfort.

Massive deck areas and a grand saloon are one of her many key features, the latter being notably more impressive because of the spectacular five metres ceiling height. The upper deck salon was removed in her refit, and a vast atrium-style main saloon was created. A dramatic walk-around gallery is now the basis for this spacious yet soothing environment, delicately combining classic warmth with a contemporary feel in a perfect manner.

The walk-around gallery opens up to the large garden deck, a unique feature, never before seen on this scale.

For her refit, the application of a traditional yet contemporary design has proven to be a successful one. The style was consistently incorporated throughout the entire design and one can only say this vessel has been reborn in a uniquely satisfying way.

At 70.50 metres, Boadicea was one of the largest yachts on the market in 2009, and was sold by her first and only owners since 1999. Her original design being a perfect example of the highly acclaimed craftsmanship applied by the Dutch shipyard Amels, and offering an interior volume combined with an abundance of open deck space never before available, she already provided ideal opportunities for both private or corporate entertainment.

Even though the yacht offered the space and quality the current owner was looking for, she lacked several key features, popular in today’s superyachts. The new owner asked Monaco based design studio Sterling Scott to redesign Reborn, updating her to current standards. Sterling Scott has an impressive design portfolio and works with owners from conception to design for yachts above 40 meters and the end result for Reborn turned out to be surpassing today’s standards and transforming her into a yacht that is among the most superb vessels available today.

Easily offering accommodation for a party 12, Reborn assures absolute comfort with her 8 cabins in any one of the available 2 King, 5 Queen or 2 Single sized beds. Of course, luxurious en-suite bathrooms are available for every cabin, elegantly providing optimal privacy for each guest.

Aside from the extremely versatile accommodation available, one of the most striking features of the vessels array of cabins, is the magnificent newly created full beam Master Suite situated forward on the upper deck. These sumptuous quarters not only offer his and hers bathrooms, respectively including a spacious shower and Jacuzzi, but also an astonishing 180 degrees panoramic view along with an additional privately accessible forward terrace, more than completing the experience of this magnificent cabin, which also offers additional amenities like a ladies dressing boudoir and an owners office.

Situated on the main deck, located where the original Master Suite was situated in her days as Boadicea, the current VIP suite consists of an equally impressive generously sized cabin, interconnected to a generously sized dressing area offering spacious California closets through which a bathroom with shower and bath tub can be accessed. As with the Master Suite, the VIP suite's generously sized windows result in a bright atmosphere that is light and airy alike, perfectly complimented by the warm and neutral tones of colour that have been consistently applied throughout the design of all guest cabins.

The additional 6 guest cabins are located closely together on the lower deck, in the vicinity of comforts such as the refined spa, swimming platform and easily accessible either through the staircase of by use of the newly installed elevator.

The spa and swimming platform were made possible as a result of one of the most notable changes designed by Sterling Scott, and carried out by Amico; the impressive six metre extension at the stern. This addition also created a setting for an open beach club, adjacent to the spa area, which can be entered from the aft platform, as well as from the lower deck lobby.

Reborn offers an incredible 5 decks which are available to guests, including the very spacious sun deck. Here, a swimming pool, including a resistance training system, is implemented on the same location as in the original design, yet sunken into the deck which was made possible by slightly altering the bridge deck below to create the necessary space.

The sunshade covering the bar located on the sun deck can be slightly tilted creating enough space on the deck for a helicopter landing platform. The vessel's two tenders are neatly stored on the main deck, as are the two available wave runners, emphasising the sense of space on board.

To ultimately enjoy water sports, Reborn is equipped with an incredibly impressive collection of toys such as jetskis, wakeboards, doughnuts, trampoline windsurfers among many others.

Reborn is available for charters with Edmiston. Her charter rate starts at €570,000 per week.

Edmiston & Company
+377 93 30 54 44
[email protected]

Sterling / Scott Yacht Design
Diana Scott
T +377 97 05 58 21
[email protected]

Amico & Co
+39 010 2470067
[email protected]

By Jochem Kaan
Photos by Luxury Vision Production SRD



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