What can the yacht market offer you for €800,000 a week? The best option is Victorious, a yacht worthy of a James Bond movie. The 85-meter superyacht has entered both the charter market and the sales market with a price of €125,000,000, or €800,000 per week for rent.
It was built by the Turkish shipyard Akyacht, exterior was designed by Michael Leach Design and the interior was designed by H2 Yacht Design. Victorious is not a new project, and her appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show has been long anticipated. Although her exterior had previously been photographed and posted online, no one was allowed to look inside until the interior was presented to clients and journalists. Now the images have finally been released.
Let's start with one of the yacht's highlights - the gigantic 200-square-meter wellness club. It includes a long pool, a health spa with treatment rooms and a high-quality exercise room, two lounges and three terraces.
Victorious offers accommodation for up to 24 guests in 12 staterooms, but the jewel in the crown is the owner's stateroom, with a walk-in closet and a spacious bedroom that opens onto a private terrace where guests can enjoy their Jacuzzi. The owner's suite has a private bathroom finished in Calacatta marble and dark wood cabinets. Large windows to port and starboard let in the light. Doors lead to a private deck with a whirlpool and loungers upholstered in cream-colored fabric.
Located on the sundeck, the gentlemen's club is the perfect place for entertaining with a spacious lounge, wine cellar, cigar humidor, a real wood-burning fireplace with over a ton of wood on board, and one of the most powerful sound systems available. All interior upholstery is impervious to cigarette and cigar smoke.
With an increasing number of family voyages, the yacht has an entire children's playroom, where everyone will find an activity. Even the adults will be entertained! The creators made sure that the space is multifunctional: it can be a playroom, but it can equally be turned into an adventure room, a study room, or a lecture room. Nearby is a large storage room for all kinds of gear, or wet-weather clothing. So, there's nothing to stop you if you're going heli-skiing or climbing an iceberg.
The outdoor decks offer plenty of entertainment options, including an outdoor dining area, a hot tub, a bar, and various seating areas. There's also a helipad for those who like spectacular appearances.
Victorious can operate autonomously for up to six months with large freezers, cold storage, and four generators. To keep the yacht comfortable in colder climates, all floors, including the bathrooms, are heated, and WeatherTight stack doors are installed on every deck.
There's no doubt that Victorious is ready for adventure. "We have a lot of beautiful boats in Monaco, but most of them are very similar," says Ack, the creator of the boat. "We tried to make a different boat: friendly, easy to live in, comfortable, safe, and at the same time luxurious. And I think we achieved that."