Refitted motor yacht Octopussy back on the charter market
by Malcolm Maclean
Delivered by Heesen Yachts in 1998, she immediately became the fastest superyacht in the world, achieving a speed of 53.17 knots, and continues to offer speeds of over 35 knots courtesy of triple 3,480hp MTU engines linked to three KaMeWa water jets.
Previously refitted in 2008 and 2011, her latest upgrades include a new interior by Jeff Lincoln of New York with luxurious fabrics and textures. Octopussy now has a new sundeck and an extension to the top deck to include raised sun pads and a Jacuzzi tub.
She now has a light and modern interior design plus plenty of seating and sunning areas on the aft deck making her a fantastic, stylish and comfortable yacht. Powerful engines mean she can quickly transfer her guests to their destination in record time, while providing luxury and comfort along the way.
Her sumptuous interior comfortably accommodates 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite with a king sized bed, a VIP suite with queen sized bed, two doubles with queen sized beds and a twin, all with satellite television screens and all with full en suite shower facilities.
Amenities include WiFi internet access throughout and full air conditioning while Octopussy now boasts zero speed stabilisers to eliminate roll motion at sea or in port.
A range of water toys includes two tenders, two SeaDoo Waverunners, snorkeling gear and a selection of towables.
Yacht for charter Octopussy is available for charter at $125,000 per week.