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This superyacht can accommodate up to 9 guests in its three double cabins, 1 twin cabin and one pull man. There are special VIP cabins for added privacy. If talking about crew members, the max number is 7. She has two cockpits, one located in the traditional place; between the wheel and the deck house and the second is situated underneath the main boom with large sun pad area for ultimate sunbathing and relaxation. She also features another sunbathing area aft on the stern with a semi-circle of sun-lounges. Beside providing a space for relaxation, they are also used to hide winches and mooring gears; when not in use. The same aft deck area can be use for entertainment, offering space to up to 50 guests. For water sports enthusiasts, there are a 5 meter Jetdrive, a tender 2.4 meter inflatable tender with outboard engine, 4 meter classic sailing dinghy, waterskis and scuba equipment by Rendez-vous diving. Roxane is powered by two 610ph Scania engines which gives is cruising speeds of 11 knots with top speeds of 13knots. And, the prices: €84,000/€70,000 ($110,000/$91,600) per week, depending on season. For more information: www.burgessyachts.comThere is no better way to explore West Mediterranean or Caribbean waters than sailing on traditional but luxury yacht in the same time. An impressive 46.8 metre Superyacht Roxane will provide you that pleasure,since now it’s available for chartering. Built in Tulza, Turkey by the renowned shipyard Su Marine, with naval architecture by Taka Yachts and interior design by French designer Rémi Tessier, Roxane is set to be ideal for charter.