40m – Tansu – €25,200
Discover the luxurious “Sunseeker 92”, a 28-meter luxury yacht available for charter, offering a unique and tailored sailing experience. Built in 2013 and completely renovated in 2017, it perfectly combines elegance, comfort, and performance. Cruising at 23 knots, this floating palace lets you navigate the turquoise waters of the most beautiful Mediterranean shores. Able to accommodate up to 11 guests overnight, it features 4 lavish and spacious cabins for an exceptional stay. Each cabin, tastefully decorated and refined, is equipped with the latest technologies. While sailing, the yacht can host 12 people, and up to 40 guests dockside for extraordinary private events. Embark on an unforgettable cruise to discover the icons of the French Riviera such as Monaco, Cap d’Ail, Cannes, St Tropez, St Jean Cap Ferrat, Beaulieu sur Mer, Villefranche sur Mer, Nice, and Antibes. Be tempted by more exotic destinations like Corsica, Sardinia, or even Ibiza. The “Sunseeker 92” is equipped with a wide range of sporting and recreational equipment to delight all passengers. Enjoy the Tender Tempest 410 with 50 HP, the Seadoo 3Pax 250 HP, wakeboard, water skis, snorkeling gear, and a paddleboard for exceptional sea excursions. You’ll benefit from personalized service thanks to 4 dedicated crew members. These attentive and discreet professionals will do everything to meet your every need, making your stay on the “Sunseeker 92” an unforgettable experience. Treat yourself to the vacation of your dreams in a luxurious setting where everything becomes possible.
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