Daedalus, was custom-built by Delta Marine in 1999, with lines created by Ron Holland Design. The interior design features unique details and nautical-themed nuances. Devised by Ardeo Design, it features inlaid compass roses in holly and wenge sculpted into the corners of tables, chair backs, above the fireplace and even in door corners. Each compass rose bears a different semi-precious stone in the middle. There are also rope motifs in the crown molding and ceiling mullions, around the bed frames and the master Jacuzzi tub.
Daedalus has a helipad on her upper deck. Other features include a formal dining room, a main salon, a skylounge and alfresco dining on the aft deck and flybridge. The flybridge is home to sunpads and an observation deck and the yacht also has a gym. Daedalus’ master suite is full-beam with a private office and en-suite with a Jacuzzi tub.
This 46.03-metre Delta Marine yacht includes four en-suite staterooms and can accommodate up to 10 guests, serviced by a crew of seven.