The 50.00m 2008 DL Ortona-Navi-built yacht ARBEMA is available for charter and with a volume of nearly 600 GT, there is more than enough room to accommodate and entertain your guests.
Previously known as Resilience, ARBEMA has a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure that ensures superb stability, and with a maximum range of 4500nm her cruising possibilities are virtually limitless.Her 2020 major refit includes painting of the hull, plus new interiors and furnishings by designer Vincent Van Duysen. ARBEMA keeps things classy with a grey hull, while light woods and natural materials in soothing shades create a tranquil on-board environment. The huge salon on the main deck, with plenty of comfy seating and a formal dining area, is the hub of the interior, though there’s also a generous sky lounge on the upper deck.Out on deck there are four options for socialising, but the sundeck with its large custom-made Jacuzzi and sunpads, plus bar and barbecue area, is where you’ll want to spend most of your time.ARBEMA can accommodate 12 guests across six cabins, including an Owner’s suite on the main deck, a VIP on the bridge deck and on the lower deck a further 4 guest cabins which include two doubles and two convertibles. Each cabin is en suite and is fully equipped with its own advanced entertainment system.ARBEMA comes with an approved RYA PWC centre on board and in the garage there’s an impressive list of toys, including a slide, e-foil, jet surf boards, diving equipment, Jet Skis, a pair of Sea-Doos and numerous towables to try out on your holiday. ARBEMA also comes with a 23ft Castoldi tender, perfect for daytrips.In addition to this, there is a dive instructor and triathlete/cyclist/ marathon runner – all of whom are keen to help guide/ train guests accordingly.Twin Cat 3512-B diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 14 knots and with a crew of 12 on board, you and your guests will want for nothing.