When she was delivered last year, the 85.6m (281ft) superyacht captured the attention of the superyacht world when she was displayed at the Fort Lauderdale boat show. She is now offered for sale for the first time.
Built in the USA at Derecktor Shipyard under the close supervision of an experienced owner’s team, she is a remarkable looking vessel. Her flowing lines and accentuated curves were created by Tim Heywood Design, lending the yacht fabulous presence on the water and making her instantly recognisable.
Her classically styled interior was designed by Elizabeth Dalton and despite her volume and American grandeur, retains an atmosphere of both intimacy and warmth. Finished in rich rosewoods with oaks featured throughout many of the guest areas, she has a grand sweeping spiral staircase and an elevator links four deck levels.
Yet many observers suggested when they first saw her in the show, that the attention to detail and craftsmanship of her interior finish while impressive, did not match that seen in yachts from European superyachts.
The owner enjoys a high volume private deck comprising a master suite, with study cum lounge, lavish his and hers marble bathrooms, gymnasium and day spa. The foyer of the owner’s deck leads aft into a large saloon complete with bar, relaxing lounge area and cinema or theatre room.
All guest accommodation is situated on the main deck, comprising: 4 cabins with king size beds, 2 cabins with two double beds and 1 staff/supernumerary cabin with twin bunk beds. Guest cabins are spacious and comfortable, benefitting from large windows providing good views and plenty of natural light.
The sun deck is beautifully furnished with a range of observation chairs, sun loungers and card tables, along with a bar and large whirlpool spa. The additional 3 external decks afford a perfect blend of open or shaded seating for relaxing, dining or entertaining on a grand scale.
The yacht features comprehensive communications and navigation equipment throughout, incorporating the latest technology. An
impressive inventory of tenders and watersports equipment is stowed in a dedicated climate-controlled garage which opens with large shell doors to port and starboard.
The technical areas of this yacht have been planned in meticulous detail and executed to the very highest standards, with close supervision from the owner’s captain and chief engineer.
At a glance:
- LOA – 85.6m (281ft)
- Beam – 14.3m (46.9ft)
- Draught – 4m (13.1ft)
- Builder/year – Derecktor Shipyards, USA, 2010
- Exterior design – Tim Heywood Design exterior design
- Interior design – Elizabeth Dalton
- Classification – Lloyds Maltese Cross 11A1-SSC Yacht (P) Mono G6
- Propulsion – 2 x MTU 16V4000 M71 main engines (3306 hp)
- 2 x MTU 2000 series V12 M-40B,
- 2 x MTU S60 550 series,
- 1 x MTU S60 400 series (emergency generator)
Cruising speed – 15 knots
Maximum speed 17 knots
Range – 5000NM at cruising speed
Gross tonnage – 2998 GT
Stabilisers – Quantum Zero Speed Stabilisation (4 fins)
11.3m Vikal Custom Limousine tender
Limited edition Aquariva 100 “Cento” 10m tender
10.6m Intrepid Custom 350 Open tender
- 4 x waverunners
- diving compressors
- scuba gear
- Sea Bobs
- inflatable water toys
- sea kayaks
Cakewalk is making her debut in the Mediterranean this summer, where she is available for inspections with immediate effect.
Sales contact: Burgess, London
Tel: +44 20 7766 4300