Originally used as a corporate yacht for Forbes magazine cruising the East Coast of the US, Highlander features exterior design by Jon Bannenberg.
Key features on board include a Jacuzzi with multi-coloured LED lights, disco lounge, media room, large swimming platform and massage room, making Highlander a firm charter favourite.
Highlander underwent an extensive refit at Derecktor in Florida in 2014 which included a complete interior facelift, lengthening of the hull, mechanical updates and a new paint job.
The interior styling by Joanne De Guardiola Design features original pop art on the walls and sumptuous features throughout, resulting in an “elegant and comfortable atmosphere”, according to Edmiston.
Edmiston said the interior features “an eclectic mix of vintage furniture, abstract art and the tactile textures of stone, wood and linen”.
The main deck lounge on board Highlander.
Built from steel and aluminium, Highlander is powered by a pair of Detroit diesel 900HP engines for a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Accommodation on board is for 12 charter guests in seven cabins.
The accommodation layout comprises the master (pictured), one VIP and two twins, two doubles and one single. Highlander also has accommodation for 11 crew members.
Highlander also features selection of water toys on board, including waverunners, Seabobs, kayaks, paddleboard, wakeboard, kneeboard, waterskis and other inflatables.
Highlander is offered for charter by Edmiston, spending the winter in the Caribbean and summer in the Mediterranean.