Refitted and Reborn this Amels Built SuperYacht is now for Charter

Reborn is a giant of a yacht offering plenty space within her 76 metres length and 14 metre beam.

Vast deck space leads into interiors with massive amounts of volume and every imaginable amenity, from cinema and theatre, to spa and beach club – even a doctor’s cabin and medical room.
In the impressive main saloon the upper deck has been cut out to form a huge atrium and gallery, resulting in a ceiling height of over five metres. Emphasising this huge space are floor-to-ceiling windows along the entire length.
Décor throughout is contemporary with accents from the Orient creating a smart, eclectic style. In the enormous, full-beam master suite, a chinoiserie silk printed headboard frames a California king sized bed facing 180°, full-height windows and a full-beam private terrace.
Additional guest cabins include a double-depth lateral VIP suite on the main deck and six large lower deck suites, all with marble bathrooms, handmade Italian leather and raw silk.
For those who want to go al fresco, the aft deck has two ten-person dining tables, and there are extensive dining and sunbathing areas, as well as a five-metre, counter-flow pool on the sun deck. And that’s before we mention the lower deck beach club and spa.
Many yachts are styled with a beach villa in mind – Reborn goes much further.
One of the most surprising features are the tropical and herb plants on the upper deck.
This creative deck space typifies this yacht: big, bold, inventive and available for charter.
Built by Amels in 1999 as Boadicea and reborn after a massive refit in 2011, Reborn carries 12 guests and is available through Edmiston from €570,000 per week