This week we take a look inside the bespoke 85-metre superyacht and the features that her experienced owner has equipped his new nomadic home with.
We can start with the decks which are fitted with Jacuzzi’s — one can be located on the upper deck for larger groups, a more intimate pool is located ahead of the master suite on the owners’s deck for easy and private access.
For the pinnacle of the Arti’s luxury, you need to step inside to see the Winch Designed interior.
The overwhelming use of timber gives the yacht a traditional feel, paired with fine fabrics such as silk and antique brass surfaces. These combine to make you forget you are on a floating vessel.
There is even a self-playing Steinway Boston piano that whisk you away from reality.
Below the decks is my favourite part of the yacht which is a custom designed state-of-the-art wellness centre. Even athletes could benefit from the full-depth plunge pool,, steam room and sauna. Along with a showers that have acoustic and aroma setting to simulate a relaxing environment.
It seems as this yacht is designed to make you forget you are on a yacht.
For the living quarters, there are eight spacious guest suites and full beam forward-facing master suite, which is spread across three suites.
Like you would find in any expensive hotel, located on the owner’s deck there is a sky lounge which is designed to be one of the most comfortable spaces on the yacht.
With a respectable range of 6,000 nm, cruising options are virtually endless for Areti and her owner.