Burgess is offering the 73 metre (239’) motor yacht Grace E for charter in the Caribbean this winter.
Delivered in 2014, Grace E distinguished herself at the recent ShowBoats Design Awards by garnering no fewer than four golden Neptune awards, the Oscars of the superyacht industry.
Accommodation is for 12 guests in seven luxurious cabins including a full beam master suite with separate his and hers bathrooms.
The superyacht’s owners envisioned Grace E as a bright, comfortable home for family and friends and, by extension, charter guests. To achieve this she has large openings, wide passageways, high ceilings (nearly two metres in the master suite) and a light-filled stairway that spirals around the lift connecting the decks.
A major attraction is the top deck, designed as a spa and wellness sundeck. Soothing sandy tones and big windows are used in several treatment rooms. An observation lounge, sun pads and a plunge pool also allow guests to cool off after treatments, after a workout in the panoramic gym or a brisk walk around the deck. Guests can sunbathe on rotating chairs with built-in Bimini tops. There is also a hair salon in case guests need to control wind-tousled locks.
Grace E has a range of 7,800 nautical miles and charters at $640,000 per week.