Designed by Camper & Nicholsons and built in conjunction with Global Engineering in South Africa, she was launched in 1966 as a stylish yacht with classic lines. Following an extensive rebuild from 2002 to 2004, she is an extremely comfortable and well appointed traditional motoryacht to meet today's exacting standards. She features 4 luxurious staterooms to accommodate 8 guests and up to 9 crew.
The spacious main salon is furnished with luxurious fabrics in soft neutral tones of beige and cream. The beautiful cherry wood paneling combined with elegant furniture sets a formal yet relaxed atmosphere, which includes a separate bar area.
Entertainment equipment includes a Sony DVD/CD/VCR player, common interface 10 C1-24 Econo MPEG2, Bose 6 disc CD magazine, Gyro Trac Sat TV tuner and Sony Trinitron television. The main salon bar features a Saeco "Vienna de Lux" Espresso machine, Scotsman Ice-One ice maker and a double-door stainless refrigerator.
As well as an al-fresco dining area on the main deck which will comfortably seat eight guests, there is also a more formal dining room on the upper deck. With a beautiful wooden floor, a large round dining table and soft lighting, dining in this area can be anything from formal to relaxed.
"Chantal" on-deck full width master suite features the following:
- Separate office
- King size bed
- Large ensuite bathroom complete with Jacuzzi bath tub and separate shower
- Hitachi flat screen TV
- Bose 6 disc CD changer
- Phillips DVD player
- Furuno multifunction display
A full width VIP suite, one twin cabin and one single cabin with additional fold down bed provide luxurious accommodations for a total of eight guests. Each of these staterooms have a shower room ensuite. Each cabin has a Sony CD player.
- Captain's cabin with shower room ensuite
- Upper and lower twin bedded cabin with shower room en suite
- Upper and lower twin bedded cabin with separate shower room
- Forward cabin with 4 upper and lower berths with separate shower room
- Crew lounge has TV, video/DVD player/DirecTV