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63m Force Blue undergoes major refit and extension at Lusben

29 March 2022• Written by Katia Damborsky


Motor Yacht


Royal Denship ·  70 m ·  2002

The 63 metre Royal Denship motor yacht Force Blue is currently undergoing a large-scale refit with Lusben that will see a major exterior redesign and significant extension of seven metres.

The Danish-designed explorer yacht will leave the Lusben facilities this summer measuring 70 metres and sporting new exterior lines penned by acclaimed superyacht design studio H2 with interiors from Italian architect Michele Bonan. 

Alongside cosmetic improvements, the refit will focus on redefining the stern area to extend the swim platform and create a sea-level lounge area with direct access to the yacht’s expansive wellness facilities.

An additional lounge area will be added to the yacht's aft deck, offering guests maximum choice when it comes to al fresco unwinding.

The 1,325GT yacht will undergo interior improvements as well, concentrated in the master suite and the guest accommodation. According to Fraser, Force Blue will offer a "completely new experience."

The refit comes after she was sold at auction in February last year. She was delivered in 2002 to an exterior design by a team of Danish designers who have given her a rugged, explorer-style look that matches her capacities.

Force Blue went into the refit shed at the tail end of 2021. The refit is expected to add to her charter appeal by optimising her al fresco areas and freshening up her interiors.

The yacht offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in six cabins, with a large bathtub in the en suite of the main deck master cabin.

Other onboard highlights include a DJ station and huge spa facilities which comprise a steam shower Hammam, mudbath, Sauna, massage room and fully-equipped gym. The yacht is offered for charter with Fraser.

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