Designed by the award-winning Reymond Langton Design studio with sleek and contemporary interior conceptualised and furnished by the renowned designer Mark Berryman, built by the acclaimed German shipyard Nobiskrug, and delivered in 2012 by Imperial who acted as Owner’s Representative, Project 783 is unmistakably a superyacht of the elite class. Operating since 2013 under the Imperial management, with her sweeping lines and distinctively bold yet elegant profile, the vessel is equally at home cruising rugged coastlines and pristine white beaches or visiting exclusive seaside destinations. Two 16-cylinder MTU M60 engines each with an output of 1,700kW provide ample power, for a cruising speed of 15 knots and top speed of 17 knots. Project 783 was never available for charter and remains highly exclusive.
On-board design highlights include extensive and varied outdoor spaces to let you fully enjoy the open sea as well as a generously proportioned exterior Jacuzzi, as well as various different inviting areas for alfresco dining and entertaining on each deck, sunbathing or simply viewing the seascape. Use of natural materials like wood and steel, crafted in exquisite detail, enhance the general high quality of the vessel, maintained on high standards on a yearly basis, and avoid excessive ornamentation, creating an atmosphere that is clean, refreshing and timeless. Among the exclusive features of this outstanding vessel: a luxury beach club, a gym on Sun deck, or a fully equipped private indoor cinema and its outdoor sister. The yacht offers luxurious accommodation in six cabins, including a full-beam Owner’s suite with an exclusive folding terrace that offers 180-degree sea view at main deck level, a VIP guest stateroom opening onto the Bridge deck and four Guest cabins which provide various sleeping arrangements for guests, friends and family. All six cabins are furnished for utmost comfort and equipped with en-suite facilities.
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