Parillion yacht for charter exterior

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Charter yacht of the week: Crystal-encrusted Parillion joins charter market for the first time

15 December 2021• Written by Olivia Michel


Motor Yacht


Rossinavi ·  48.2 m ·  2014

Looking for a superyacht with a seriously lavish décor? If diamonds are your best friend then Parillion, with its Swarovski-finished interiors is just the charter yacht for you. BOAT shines a light on this glamorous superyacht as she joins the charter market for the first time since launch.

All images courtesy of Alberto Cocchi.

Key details

Launched by Rossinavi in 2014, the aluminium motor yacht Parillion was designed by Enrico Gobbi’s studio Team for Design and measures 48.3 metres. Five ensuite cabins can accommodate up to 10 guests on board, alongside nine members of crew.

Why Parillion is the perfect charter yacht

Despite weighing in just under the 500GT mark, Parillion offers impressive spaces for her size. Her main saloon, with an entertaining area and formal dining table, spans 60 square metres and is accompanied by an additional 42 square metre skylounge with a home cinema set up. The full beam master suite on the main deck, spanning 55 square metres, is equipped with his and her bathrooms, a walk-in wardrobe, a private study and gym, plus a fold-down balcony for intimate moments outdoors.

Up above, Parillion’s sundeck measures 120 square metres and boasts an al fresco bar and barbecue area as well as a 3.5 metre swimming pool lined with Murano glass tiles and finished with a waterfall feature.

Like any superyacht worth its salt, Parillion also has a beach club, complete with a swimming platform and sauna, as well as toybox filled with Jet Skis, paddleboards, SeaBobs and gear for waterskiing.

What’s special about Parillion?

The interiors of Parillion set the scene for a decadent occasion at sea, finished with crystal, glass and coloured mosaic. The standout piece is without a doubt the stunning glasswork that fills that spiral staircase, spanning between each of Parillion’s three decks. Designed by Swarovski and Crystal Caviar, the element contains thousands of light-refracting crystals offset by changeable mood lighting. Gems are also scattered across the ceiling of the main saloon for a twinkling starlight effect, while the skylounge is finished with a brilliant rose-coloured mosaic and a silver-wrapped self-playing piano. To top it all off, the lobby welcomes guests with a selection of fine artworks, including two rare paintings from the 18th century.

Although she was launched in 2014, Parillion is new to the market and available to charter for the first time. This means that guests will finally be able to see her ornate interiors, which are fresh from a 2020 refit.

Parillion is managed by Edmiston with a weekly charter rate starting from €255,000.

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