A stunning example of Australian design, the super yacht is a Warren S77, designed by luxury superyacht stylist Sam Sorgiovanni, and constructed by the legendary builders Warren Yachts.
Futuristic lines are accentuated by the gorgeous metallic silver ‘Ferreri Tetanya’ paint, which complements an elegant upper lounge, filled with light, Italian furnishings and wide open space for up to 30 guests. For more intimate gatherings, the lower lounge or cocktail style lounge dining for up to 10.
Down below, twin MTU turbocharged engines hum softly as you enjoy the view, or roar with the sound of 1100hp, capable of speeds of over 30 knots.
Completely refurbished in 2010, super yacht’s interior is modern, spacious and bathed in natural light throughout her three entertaining areas. The lower lounge provides a more intimate social setting, with plush leather lounges affording up to 12 guests a luxurious dining experience, or simply a quiet drink in the evening.
The upper deck features a electronically controlled sunroof which opens up to create the ideal entertaining space, with plenty of room to mingle, a fully stocked bar, music in every space and of course the Warren 77’s huge windows offering 360 degrees views of the Gold Coast. Out on the main deck, polished flooring leads to the enormous sundeck, perfect for an afternoon cocktail after your swim.
For overnight getaways, super yacht boasts a master bedroom like no other. Queen size bed, private ensuite, elegant wooden furnishings and a feature skylight makes it stand out from other boats you might have stayed on. Down the back, two more bedrooms (one with a queen bed, the other with two singles) won’t disappoint, each with their own bathroom, views outside and flat screen televisions.
It’s hard to miss the super yacht at the marina with her sleek lines, deep blue underwater lighting and imposing rear sundeck, but it’s in motion that she really shines. Expertly designed by Peter Lowe, the hull shape allows silky smooth ride through choppy water, while the twin MTU engines have the capability to propel the yacht at some of the fastest speeds on the Gold Coast.