Kiss is a 46.4m tri-deck motor yacht designed by Dubois Yachts and built in aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship to Lloyds class. She was launched in February 2015 and now has been listed for sale, priced at $41 million. Kiss features an open-concept interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon with large sliding-glass doors, a sporty exterior, and a variety of lavish amenities. The entire upper deck consists of a spacious private owner’s suite with its own six-seat dining table and a stylish saloon.
This capacious main-deck suite occupies the forward section of the superstructure with spectacular sea views assured thanks to the glazed bulwarks.
Guests are also beautifully looked after, with three spacious twin cabins and a double. There are four crew cabins, a staff room and a captain’s cabin positioned near the raised pilothouse. The interior in muted shades of gray is decorated with elegant light fixtures, plush couches, and stately works of art.
Outdoors, a large sundeck features a raised hot tub and plenty of space for lounging or sunbathing. The transom swim platform, which features a ladder and a sub-platform that can be lowered below the waterline, will appeal to swimmers of all ages.
Kiss has a transatlantic range and is powered by two 1,450hp Caterpillars giving a top speed of 16.5 knots and very economical cruising at 14.