92m Nobiskrug superyacht Tatoosh

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Credit: Thierry Ameller

92m Tatoosh available for charter with Fraser after winter refit

19 September 2023

Nobiskrug's 92.4-metre superyacht Tatoosh recently emerged from a transformative refit prior to rejoining the charter fleet with Fraser.

The brokerage firm has disclosed that during her stay in Antibes, which lasted between winter 2022 and spring 2023, various upgrades were applied to the vessel following a change of ownership in November. Tatoosh had previously been listed for sale by Fraser and Burgess with an asking price of €90,000,000.

Credit: Cervo Bianco

Initially delivered in 2000, a refresh of the yacht's interiors saw Italian design studio Cervo Bianco swap out the existing furnishings for a mix of modern and vintage-inspired pieces in the main deck saloon, indoor dining room, master cabin and aft deck terrace, as well as the upper deck piano lounge.

New interior renders show that her neutral colour palette has also been lifted, trading the yacht's conservative appearance for a bright, cream interior with pops of blue and pink accents included throughout.

Credit: Cervo Bianco
Credit: Cervo Bianco

Tatoosh underwent limited structural changes as the work was not undertaken at a shipyard, with only slight modifications made to the onboard cabin configuration.

The renovation also included the addition of new gym equipment, child-proofing protections to ready the yacht for family charters and an overhaul of the yacht's AV/IT infrastructure to make way for new Starlink antennas, decoders and multiple TV screens such as the one found in the main saloon.

Credit: Thierry Ameller
The main deck saloon seen before and after the refit
Credit: Cervo Bianco

Amid the yacht's refurbishment, many of the original interior design features from Terence Disdale have been carefully preserved, such as the parquet wood floors, panelled white ceilings and authentic stone hearth. The result helps to maintain the yacht's rich, refined and welcoming character, an element that was of critical importance to the original owner.  

Credit: Thierry Ameller

Tatoosh has enjoyed an extensive cruising history throughout Africa, the Middle East, the Indian Ocean, the Far East and South East Asia. She is also equipped with an extensive toy box, multiple helicopter landing pads and a heated contraflow swimming pool on the main deck that can be drained and raised to lie flush with the deck.

Tatoosh is currently available for charter with Fraser with a weekly rate from €950,000.

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