GRACE E the epitome of charter yacht elegance
With her sleek looks, GRACE E represents "the combination of luxury, comfort and efficiency" – hallmarks of the Vitruvius series. She was designed to travel to remote places and promises charter guests a truly unique experience.
Described by those present at the Monaco Show as "the new generation" of superyacht, and "an unmatched example of sophisticated elegance and a masterpiece in design", GRACE E was created to be the Admiral of the Vitruvius fleet.
Designed by naval architect, Philippe Briand in conjunction with Picchiotti, this stylish yacht boasts five decks – 1,200-metres-square of luxurious recreational facilities – linked by elevator.
Impeccably designed accommodation for up to 12 charter guests is provided in seven staterooms, four double guest staterooms and two twin staterooms. The Owner accommodation comprises a 92-metres-square suite, situated on the main deck and featuring large bay windows for views out to sea.
GRACE E is the harmonious union of socialising with wellbeing. Charter guests will have full access to her dedicated "wellness deck", which comprises large exercise pool with varying resistance speeds, spa and beauty salon with hammam, gym, steam room, dry sauna and cold plunge pool, treatment rooms and shaded spaces for contemplation and relaxation.
The state-of-the-art fitness centre is equipped with cardiovascular machines, weight machines and a kinesis machine. The compliment of watertoys and tenders includes one 30.18ft /9.2m Cockwells Jet Tender, one 23.62ft /7.2m YachtWerft Meyer Jet Tender, one 16.40ft /5m YachtWerft Meyer Jet Tender and one 10.83ft /3.3m Avon Sports RIB, two jet surfs, two seabobs, four Seadoo Waverunners, paddleboards, snorkelling gear and inflatable toys.
Designed by Rémi Tessier, GRACE E'S sumptuous interior is characterised by bespoke furnishings in a subtle colour palette to match the yacht's aura of tranquillity.
When cruising at 16 knots, GRACE E is close to silent, thanks to her sophisticated system of Azipods which enable this superlative charter yacht to move quietly through the water. GRACE E also features reduced CO2 emissions due to an optimised hull.
GRACE E's highly skilled crew of 22 ensure her charter guests receive the highest echelon of bespoke service during their luxury charter vacation.
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