A bird's eye view of the legendary yacht reveals the helipad aft and standout sun deck forward, complete with a Jacuzzi.
The aft main deck is expansive and open with fixed and loose seating, coffee tables and buffet servers either side. One buffet has a push button bar that opens with bottle storage and the port side also opens with a sink and fridge.
The intimate interior dining room is equipped with split teak-topped tables that can also be converted into a single long table large enough to seat 12 guests.
The main saloon doubles as a cinema with a flexible seating arrangement and large screen television.
The Marco Zanini designed interior is flooded with natural light thanks to Skat's massive windows that extend full width out over the main deck.
Aft of the bridge deck is the open air dining area, which is light, bright and airy. A total of 12 guests can be seated at the al fresco dining table, which is flanked by a lounging area and U-shaped seating area opposite.
Outside deck spaces on Skat are plentiful The standout superyacht Jacuzzi sits on the sun deck flanked by sun beds.