Globas is a synthesis of onboard spaciousness, safety, and self-containment – quite the achievement for a yacht her size. The 42.8-metre was delivered in 2018 as Sanlorenzo's fourth and final 460Exp. In 2022, Globas was sold by Edmiston's Alex Busher at an asking price of €22,000,000. With her high levels of self-sufficiency and upgraded system for long-range cruising, she is a superyacht fit for adventure. BOAT takes a closer look at the defining features on board the Paszkowski-designed superyacht...
1. Self-sufficiency and long-range cruising stability at sea
No bay or inlet is out of reach for Globas. Her limited draught and bulbous bow give her the efficiency to travel far and wide with low fuel consumption, while her length makes her more agile and manoeuvrable in confined spaces. She was elevated from the original 460Exp design to include hydraulic stabilisers, a slightly deeper draft and an extra keel section, giving her greater cruising stability in varying weather conditions.
2. The sit-up bar with a dumb waiter and Teppanyaki grill
Globas is not just about performance and efficiency, but entertainment – with the yacht's crown a large, sociable sun deck. The open-air dining space seats 12 guests under a hardtop and, forward of this, guests can enjoy the raised Jacuzzi and sun loungers. Further highlights include the fully equipped sit-up bar with a dumb waiter and Teppanyaki grill, with steps leading down to the upper deck.
3. The wellness features
Located on the yacht's stern, the lazarette beach club area is the perfect launching pad for the many toys Globas holds, where the transom folds down to create a huge swim platform. The beach club also houses a massage room and dayhead, while a gym is located on the lower deck.
4. The large glass-sided pool
Thanks to the forward placement of the superstructure, the main deck is particularly adaptable. Not only is there a large glass-sided pool forward, but there is also a huge versatile deck space aft which can store multiple adventurous watertoys, tenders and waverunners to seaplanes and submersibles, which can be launched from a large deck crane. Also on the main deck is a full-beam owner's suite.
5. Excellent views and lofty headroom
Full-height windows and sliding glass doors in the sky lounge allow uninterrupted sea views, which can be soaked up from the modern interiors, characterised by a calming palette of grey, brown and stone. High ceilings enhance the light and spacious ambience onboard, which is in line with the abundant space on board the 460Exp series.Read More/Feature focus: 6 stand-out details on board 95m Lürssen yacht Whisper