Built in Alustar by Vitters to a design by Hoek Design, Marie was launched in 2010. She accommodates up to 10 guests in four staterooms comprising a large master suite with a king size bed and his and hers en suite bathrooms, a VIP stateroom also with a king size bed plus a port and starboard twin and all staterooms have en suite facilities.
Traditional craftsmanship and modern technology have created a fast, comfortable sailing yacht with a light interior and a sophisticated style. The full width main saloon includes an interesting feature not usually found on a sailing yacht of a self-playing baby grand piano. She also boasts a modern entertainment system with a 52 inch television. The wood in the saloon and throughout the yacht is anigre, creating a warm, light atmosphere.
The deck is expansive with al fresco dining available on the foredeck. The deckhouse/upper saloon has a bar and comfortable seating area and access to the main saloon, a lower day head aft, and the cockpit. Aft of the deckhouse is the expansive covered cockpit with cushioned seating and drinks tables. This spacious area is also used for dining on deck and can accommodate a large table and chairs for 10 guests.
Marie is a regular contestant at the world's premier yachting events including the Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta – see video of superyacht Marie sailing in the Caribbean – and she was a finalist in the 2011 World Superyacht Awards.
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the asking price of Marie is available on application.