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Refitted Elvis Superyacht by CRN

The refitted Elvis Superyacht

Constructed by the Italian shipyard CRN, the 28.6 metre superyacht Elvis has been used extensively as a charter yacht over the years. Built in 1976, she was recently completely refitted just ahead of her 30th birthday, which has dramatically transformed her into what could be one of the most popular charter yachts in the Eastern Mediterranean. The full list of refit works includes an impressive reconstruction of all cabins and bathrooms on board.

The refitted Elvis Superyacht
The refitted Elvis Superyacht

Elvis now accommodates up to 10 guests over four cabins, with two of the cabins with queen size beds incorporating sofas which can be converted to extra berths for one adult and one child. All cabins come with en suite facilities that are generously sized, and come with corian washbasins and new LED lighting. Each cabin is installed with their own TV.
Furthermore, new carpets were also fitted throughout Elvis, as well as new white, plush sofas in the saloon. Also new in this area are the wooden blinds, which contrast nicely with the light cream and white of the carpet and furniture. A unique, bright white art piece draws the eye in this room, inspired by the ocean and nautical world, and creating a real yachting lifestyle ambiance.

The refitted Elvis Superyacht
The refitted Elvis Superyacht

Moving on to her outside areas, the refit replaced all the cushion covers for the sofas and beds. The seating area in the fore of the bow is particularly notable, with a light caramel colored material decorated with large cream cushions, creating the ideal space to take in the spectacular views all around, or to sit and relax in the sun. Just behind is a partially shaded cosy snug area, complete with new sun tents and an ample sofa, perfect to enjoy a romantic drink in the evening.

The refitted Elvis Superyacht
The refitted Elvis Superyacht

Another welcoming space that has been enhanced by the revamp is in the main deck stern, where a comfortable bench is flanked by two large, brown suede-type material unique inflatable loungers. The upper deck features further new sun tents, allowing guests to choose whether or not to sit in the sun or enjoy the open air when sitting down to enjoy the best of al fresco dining. This area also features brand new sun loungers.

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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