The 190-foot (57.91m) SKYFALL is now for charter with Northrop & Johnson. The superyacht will charter in The Bahamas and Caribbean in the winter and the Mediterranean in the summer; charters start at $275,000 per week, plus expenses.
SKYFALL offers charter guests a holiday, unlike any other. This iconic charter yacht was built in 2010 by Trinity Yachts and received a refit in 2018. The superyacht offers charter guest bountiful spaces for relaxing and socializing as well as luxurious amenities and an attentive crew of 14.
Charter yacht SKYFALL boasts 3,707 square feet of outdoor living space for guests to enjoy. The superyacht’s sundeck is the hub of the yacht with a plunge pool, Jacuzzi, sunpads, lounge areas, alfresco dining, a bar and a basketball net fixed to the mast. Additionally, the sundeck has a touch-and-go helipad allowing guests to arrive to the yacht easily. The yacht’s bridge deck aft showcases a beautiful, high-gloss wood dining table that comfortably seats 12 guests. Aft are two identical seating areas, perfect for enjoying after-dinner drinks. An additional large lounge area is found on the main deck aft.
SKYFALL also offers guests an impressive beach club where they can spend hours enjoying the yacht’s water toys. The beach club doubles as a gym, giving guest motivational views while breaking a sweat.
Guests will fall in love with SKYFALL’s urban contemporary styled interior. Her alluring interior is adorned with Blends of Honduran mahogany, European maple burl, Australian Lacewood and Wenge, giving the yacht a luxurious feel. The yacht’s main salon and skylounge are both sensational living areas for guests to unwind and socialize. An all-levels elevator allows for easy movement around the yacht.
Twelve guests are welcomed in the luxurious comfort of six resplendent staterooms. SKYFALL’s split-level main deck master has a grand feel with its high ceilings and rich wood finishings. The lower level features a private office, a lounge area with a TV and an en-suite his-and-hers bath with a large shower and Jacuzzi tub. On the upper level is a plush king-size bed where guests can wake up to sensational 270-degree views of the cruising destination. The additional staterooms are all located on the lower deck. The superyacht showcases a full-beam VIP stateroom that is as luxurious as the master with a king-size bed, sofa with a coffee table, vanity and en-suite bath with double sinks. The charter yacht’s additional staterooms include two king-bed staterooms, a wheelchair-friendly queen-bed stateroom and a twin-bed stateroom. All staterooms are accompanied by an en-suite bath.
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