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  • AMPHITRITE is a yacht like no other. Behind her elegant 1930s gentleman's yacht exterior lies an utterly modern charter yacht with state-of-the-art technology and limitless luxury. Feel the romance of a bygone era in her lavish, bohemian interior, pieced together with vintage velvet, Art Deco furniture and objets d'art.

    The upper deck is gilded with period references from the Golden Age, including steamer chairs, two iconic funnels and a glazed hatch that sends shafts of light and a gentle breeze into the main saloon below. A half-moon sun pad aft forms the perfect sun trap, while a shaded dining area behind the pilot house makes a cool, refreshing spot for breakfast or lunch.

    The main saloon has a magical quality with its dark Honduran mahogany, rich feather and fur trimmed window dressings and collectors' books. Sink into the cosy velvet sofas and play one of the many vintage games or watch a movie on-demand. For the full candlelit dinner experience, the main saloon's two walnut cocktail tables can be raised and converted to a large dining table with comfortable seating for 10. Alternatively, guests can enjoy relaxed al fresco cuisine at the large oval table on the main deck aft.

    As with the rest of the yacht, the guest cabins incorporate the very latest technology, expertly concealed beneath AMPHITRITE's old-world charm. Authentic details such as Bakelite telephones, 1930s writing sets and Edwardian-style portholes add character to all five suites. Accessed by a banistered staircase, the two double cabins and twin on the lower deck feature luxurious silk wall panels and en suite bathrooms, while a further twin cabin has traditional ship's bunks that are enchanting for both adults and children alike. The claret and gold master suite on the main deck has 180 degree panoramic views out to sea, rich velvet window seats, a wide-screen TV and en suite bathroom.


  • Summer rates (high/low)
    EUR 122,500/EUR 98,000 per week
  • Summer Cruising
    Please Enquire
  • Winter rates (high/low)
    USD 147,000/USD 126,000 per week
  • Winter Cruising
  • Beam
    7m (23ft)
  • Draft
    2.4m (7.9ft)
  • Cruising Speed
    12 knots
  • Engines
    2 x 480hp Caterpillar
  • Note
    Not for charter to US residents while in US waters
  • Built
    2001 (refit 2008), Proteksan Turquoise, Turkey
  • Length
    47.6m (156.2ft)
  • Guests
  • No. Of Guest Cabins
    5 (3 x Double, 2 x Twin)
  • Crew
  • Watersports
    6m custom Ribeye tender with 150hp engine, 5.5m custom Ribeye tender with 115hp engine, kayak (1 man), kayak (2 man), windsurfer, kitesurfing gear, 2 x inflatable stand up paddle boards, waterskis, wakeboard & tows, snorkelling gear
    Comprehensive audio-visual systems, satellite television, Apple TV, Sony Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii. Satcom & cellular communications facilities, VSAT, Wi-Fi internet access.
  • Key Features

  • Zero speed stabilisers.
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