A stunning yacht with an environmental focus and outstanding wellness centre, GRACE E trailblazes an entirely new approach to superyachting. She won Motor Yacht of the Year at the World Superyacht Awards 2015, and has collected a host of awards for her exterior design, interior design and eco-technology.
Offering the complete range of spa facilities, GRACE E's wellness deck is equipped with a massage room with steam sauna, full gymnasium, a treatment room with hydrotherapy bath, a cold dip bath and dry sauna. Also on the wellness deck, a peaceful retreat room for meditation, or simply chilling out, has 180 degree views out to sea. The aft sunbathing area provides an ideal yoga floor and includes a jacuzzi, expansive sun pads, stylish loungers and a circular bar. Completing the wellness provisions, a salon for beauty treatments awaits on the upper deck and a 3.5m exercise pool, with varying resistance currents for gentle or more strenuous workouts, is located on the main deck.
Incorporating a dynamic positioning system that allows the yacht to stay in place without dropping anchor, this yacht can cruise in ecologically vulnerable locations such as coral reefs, without damaging the environment. Guest deck spaces offer luxurious curved seating cocooned from the elements, and further protection is provided in the form of low-profile transparent windshields.
Twelve guests have ample space and privacy across five decks, four of which are connected by an elevator. Seven super-luxurious cabins include two VIP suites on the main deck, two double cabins and two twin cabins on the lower deck, all with en suite bathrooms. The spectacular full beam master suite features a beautiful central bath tub and separate his and her shower rooms.
A host of luxury jet tenders and full assortment of watertoys are managed by an energetic crew that are completely dedicated to their guests' well-being.
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