Haze was delivered in 2021 as the second unit in Extra X86 series, built in fibreglass and GRP and characterised by an open-air beach club and photo-voltaic cells. Inside, she sports a “penthouse feel” with a full-beam master suite and an interior by British design studio Lawson Robb.Read More/On board 26.2m Haze with British superyacht owner Steve Rigby
Haze can accommodate up to eight guests in four staterooms. Her spacious interior layout provides a bright and ample living area filled with natural light from the large windows and glazed ceiling with interior dining, a lounge and a pop-up television.
Haze features a tiered 50-square-metre open-air beach club with a shaded al fresco dining, an aft-facing sofa set-up and steps down to a hydraulic swim platform. One particular highlight is an electric window separating the galley from the aft deck, which can be dropped down at the touch of a button to reveal a show kitchen.
Power comes from a pair of Volvo IPS1350 engines that deliver a cruising speed of 12 knots and a range of 600 nautical miles.
She will be available to view at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.
Haze is asking €4,400,000.