Spanning five decks, the 82.5 metre Secret was built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 2013 and joins the brokerage market for the first time this year. Listed for sale with Burgess and asking €99,000,000, BOAT takes a peek on board...
The main saloon is perfect for hosting large events, with an abundance of seating carefully laid out for guests to circulate throughout. There is a sit up bar, two opulent lounge areas, with a formal dining room placed separately. Secret's interiors were penned by Jim Harris and features bursts of regal reds and golds.
The main saloon on board Secret is the social hub and features a sit-up black marble bar with six bar stools.
Secret's outdoor lounges are plentiful. There's a shaded aft lounge on the upper deck (pictured), a cocktail-style lounge on the sun deck, and two L-shaped sofas, coffee tables, and formal dining on the main deck aft.
Secret can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins, comprising a large master suite forward on the upper deck, a full-beam VIP suite on the main deck, with four double cabins on the lower deck. Further accommodation can sleep up to 23 crew.
A dedicated cinema sits on the upper deck and seats 12 in large red leather, cinema-style reclining seats.
The pool deck is the perfect spot for guests on board to soak up the sun. A large pool is surrounded by fan on sun pads, with plenty of sun loungers to choose from too.
Secret's crowning jewel is the sun deck. Split into two areas, guests will find a raised Jacuzzi, sit-up bar and a love seat shaded by a retractable umbrella forward. Aft there's a relaxed lounge for sundowners.
Secret also houses a massage and beauty room for those in need of some pampering.