The elegant vessel, Solleone, perfectly combines the high performance of a modern sloop with the luxuries expected of a contemporary sailing yacht for charter: the plumb bow, wide stern and twin rudders deliver optimum performance, while the spacious and contemporary interior accommodates up to 10 guests in four luxurious staterooms.
This Nautor’s Swan superyacht was launched from the renowned Finnish yard in 2015, and immediately gained acclaim during September’s Monaco Yacht Show. With clean lines, wide decks and metallic grey sails, S/Y SOLLEONE looks spectacular when at anchor and glides elegantly under sail. Acclaimed naval architect, German Frers, is responsible for the design, resulting in nimble handling, simple sailing operations, and excellent performance in light breezes or strong winds.
Guests onboard S/Y SOLLEONE can participate in the sailing of the superyacht at one of the twin helms, or retire to the stunning sunken lounge area on deck to relax and take in the panoramic sea views. A shade awning rises automatically from the deck, and the tables and seating are convertible, transforming from a casual daytime sunbathing area to a refined dinner setting. When at anchor, the stern opens to provide a large swim platform from which to dive into the sea or launch one of the yacht’s many watertoys, which include water-skis and a wakeboard, and two floating hammocks. The versatile vessel also offers fishing gear.
Below deck, the interior is contemporary, lavish and comfortable, with a spacious split-level salon offering a dining area and a full-beam lounge for relaxing or watching movies. S/Y SOLLEONE accommodates guests in four beautifully appointed staterooms, including a full beam master, which features a lounge, a shower room with twin basins, and a walk-in closet. There are also two comfortable twins and an attractive double stateroom – all with en suite facilities. The yacht’s interior design features high-gloss teak, which contrasts with the brilliant white of the ceilings and soft furnishings. There are subtle nautical touches and sophisticated modern themes featuring throughout the yacht.
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