The new-build 80 metre (262.47ft) motor yacht Elements has been listed for sale. She was built by Yachtley in Turkey at their Izmit shipyard and will be Lloyd’s classed and SOLAS compliant, with delivery due in spring 2018. The yacht’s interior has been designed by Cristiano Gatto Design.
Elements’s interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 24 guests overnight in 12 cabins, comprising a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 5 double cabins and 2 twin cabins.
All cabins aboard this yacht for sale have entertainment centres, Sony television screens and full en-suite bathroom facilities. She is also capable of carrying up to 19 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
In the main saloon there are two large seating areas port and starboard, almost mirroring one another with comfortable oversized sofas and armchairs, while on the starboard side forward is a large bar and an entertainment centre including a 65-inch television screen and a stereo surround sound system.
The sky lounge is illuminated by large windows and opens up to a shaded exterior deck space aft. Two L-shaped sofas, each with its own coffee table and Ottomans, face aft with two bars close to hand
The decks have ample space for al fresco entertaining and dining, while a favourite area for active guests will be the beach club aft on the lower deck featuring two swim platforms opening to sea level port and aft, a massage room, Turkish bath and a bar.
Further features include an elevator providing access to all decks and a helipad forward on the upper deck.
With a beam of 12.8 m , she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and is fitted with two pairs of stabilizers that work at anchor to increase onboard comfort, and is powered by two MTU (16V 4000 M63L) diesel engines, capable of a top speed of 18 knots. This luxury yacht is also fitted with ‘zero speed stabilizers’ which work at anchor, increasing on-board comfort when the yacht is stationary, particularly in rough waters.
Elements can be yours for €112 million ($132 million).