Mary-Jean II superyacht for charter

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Pop Art superyacht Mary-Jean II back on the charter market

8 December 2021• Written by Olivia Michel

SUPERYACHT DIRECTORY

Motor Yacht

MARY-JEAN II

ISA ·  61.7 m ·  2010

While luxurious amenities and toys are crucial to the superyacht charter experience, sometimes having an extra special interior can make all the difference for guests on board. BOAT shines a light on the artsy indoor spaces of the recently refitted ISA motor yacht Mary-Jean II following her return to the charter market.

Neutral interiors are coloured by striking pieces of Pop Art.

Key details

Sporting a distinctive royal blue hull, Mary-Jean II was constructed in steel and aluminium to a design by Walter Franchini. She was launched by ISA in 2010 and measures 61.7 metres LOA. Up to 12 guests can be accommodated on board in her seven cabins, together with 16 crew.

There's a hot tub on the sundeck.

Why Mary-Jean II is the perfect charter yacht

An ideal yacht for a cruise in the Caribbean this winter season, Mary-Jean II offers a full-length sundeck with a range of amenities that are perfect for soaking up some winter sunshine. This includes a hot tub encased in glass panelling which offers uninterrupted views out to sea, a drinks bar for enjoying sundowner cocktails, al fresco dining for 12 guests and plenty of space for sunbathing with deckchairs scattered around the lounge areas.

Up to 12 guests can be accommodated on board.

The toybox is also well-stocked, carrying everything from dive gear and Jet Skis to E-foil boards, SeaBobs, kayaks and paddleboards.

Below deck, there’s a full beam owner’s suite, a formal dining table for 14 guests, a spacious main saloon and a dedicated cinema space with an oversized projector screen for movie nights. A gym is located on the lower deck and is fully equipped with workout gear, such as a Pelaton Plus exercise bike, a rowing machine, TechnoGym adjustable weights, skipping ropes, yoga mats and an exercise ball.

Mary-Jean II is back on the charter market and ready for the Caribbean season.

What’s special about Mary-Jean II?

The living spaces on board Mary-Jean II, which span three decks, have been designed by Mark Berryman in a contemporary style with a neutral colour palette to deliberately offset the colourful collection of Pop Art pieces dotted around the yacht for decoration. This extensive collection of striking artwork, especially prominent in the main saloon, will make for the perfect environment for art lovers to entertain and unwind.

Mary-Jean II is managed for charter by Superyacht Partners with a weekly charter rate starting from $345,000.

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