Delivered in 2014 by the prestigious Dutch shipyard Oceanco, the 91.5m (300.2ft) ice-classed TRANQUILITY is a true ocean-going world exploration vessel. Clean, elegant lines are the result of a collaboration between Oceanco and Winch Design and Winch also masterminded the Eastern-inspired interior, which features a variety of exotic materials.
TRANQUILITY has enormous outside living areas and very comfortable indoor guest areas with connections to the outside. Her interior is a masterpiece of both style and texture with Wenge, gold leaf, bamboo, bleached oak and Travatino Veluto marble creating the ultimate in indulgent relaxation. From her magnificent flexible guest accommodation to her various saloons and deck areas, she has an extensive choice of socialising and lounging spaces.
At 2,998 GT, she was built to comply with the Passenger Yacht Code (PYC) and accommodates 18-22 guests in 9-11 suites. Situated on the upper deck, the master suite includes a spacious lounge and study, with a private exterior door leading to a deck area with jacuzzi. A full-beam VIP suite is located on the bridge deck while additional guest suites are located on the main deck, including two VIP cabins, one of which can be converted into two double cabins, and a further two double cabins and two separate twin cabins. The layout can be adapted to suit the owner’s plans so she can sleep up to 22 guests and cruise with up to 36 guests on board during the day.
The yacht’s outside space is equally impressive, offering all the usual facilities of a yacht of this size. The upper deck features a 20sqm (215sqft) pool and huge sun lounging area aft on the helipad, certified for an Airbus EC-135 or equivalent. Down on the lower deck the extensive beach club, which is large enough for a bar and lounging area, has direct internal access to a dedicated wellness area that includes a fully equipped gym with a sea terrace, beauty salon, sauna, hammam, plunge pool and experiential showers.
Powered by twin 4,800hp MTU20V4000 M73 diesel engines, TRANQUILITY has a top speed of 18.5 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,000nm at 14 knots.