TOMMY BELLE is a fine example of superb German craftsmanship. Built by Lubeck in 2011 and designed by naval architect Trave Schiff-Technik the yacht boasts many exceptional features. At 332 gross tons, TOMMY BELLE has impressive volume for her size and the magnificent use of space is felt throughout the vessel.
The luxury yacht’s Metrica interior designed by Egg & Dart showcases modern elegance and a light, welcoming ambiance. The plush seating area in the main salon that freely flows to the formal dining providing an ideal space for hosting guests. TOMMY BELLE’s skylounge is another perfect space. Featuring a chaise lounge, large TV, and a bar it is perfect for watching the big game or relaxing.
TOMMY BELLE features four beautifully appointed staterooms that accommodate up to eight guests. The yacht’s full-beam, main deck master stateroom showcases an office, large sofa, plush bed and en-suite bath with his-and-hers sinks. TOMMY BELLE’s lower deck VIP stateroom is so impressive that it could be used as a second master. The yacht’s additional staterooms include a double-bed stateroom and a twin-bed stateroom.
Perfectly complementing TOMMY BELLE’s interior are expansive outdoor living areas that allow for effortlessly relaxing and entertaining. The yacht’s main deck aft features alfresco dining while her skylounge aft showcases an expansive lounge space that is covered by umbrellas. The motor yacht’s sundeck offers both alfresco dining and lounging. The space also features a Jacuzzi, sunpads and can convert into a cinematic experience once the sunseats.
This motor yacht has an impressive 3,300 nautical mile range as well as outstanding seakeeping abilities. Furthermore, she is commercially coded for charter.