M/Y HADIA’s exceedingly generous GRT, gives her an interior with proportions equal to many yachts significantly longer than her. The Owner and Guest accommodations have been designed to give maximum luxury and amenities to the Owner’s party, all the while keeping a marvelous flexibility of use. HADIA can welcome a total of 14 guests. 12 guests in 6 staterooms and 2 pullmans in the massage room. There are 5 full guest suites plus a separate upper/lower bedded cabin for children, nannies or private staff. Opposite this last cabin is a massage room.
Owner The Owner’s suite on HADIA is forward on the main deck. Entrance to the suite is made on the starboard side through the Owner’s private office and sitting room from the lobby. This king bedded cabin is finished in teak and makes full use of the yacht’s large beam. ‘His’ and ‘Hers’ en-suite bathrooms are adjoined by a central double shower unit and bath tub. Aft of the bedroom to port is a large cedar walled walk in dressing room.
Guest The lobby’s stairs on starboard lead down to the guest accommodations on the lower deck. Here there are two generously sized, well-appointed en-suite VIP cabins with bathtubs, plus two slightly smaller en-suites double cabins (with showers). There is a further twin bunked cabin, also en-suite (with shower) plus a discreetly tucked away massage and treatment room to starboard.
Crew There are four upper/lower bunk crew cabins on the lower deck forward, plus an engineer’s cabin all with en-suite facilities. The Captain’s cabin is on the bridge deck aft of the ship’s office.
Exterior spaces HADIA has a superb sundeck equipped with a vast Jacuzzi and a superb raised dining area forward that is a great space to dine whilst at anchor. The area beneath the mast is allocated to the gym, with enough space for several pieces of equipment. The Heli-deck aft is built to accommodate a 3000 KGS helicopter, it can also be used to store extra toys, when required, and these can be hoisted launched and retrieved by way of a crane. The aft decks of both the main deck and bridge deck have fully shaded seating and dining areas. There is a 21’ Novurania tender to starboard on the bridge deck and launched by way of a beam crane. The aft garage can accommodate another smaller tender, and/or wave-runners as required.
HADIA has the equivalent volume of many 60m yachts but with the associated lower running cost of a 50m. Her length is on the upper limit to all the popular ports.