Charter yacht Mabrouk from Seascape Yachts
The 38 meter superyacht Mabrouk is one of the few yachts that perfectly blend a stunning design with high performances and comfort, acting like a jack of all trades and master of all. Exhibited during the last week on the occasion of the Poros Charter Show, the vessel has almost described itself, with subtle luxury, exquisite manufacture, superb design, incredible coziness and a sense of freshness we can hardly feel today.
The overwhelming attention to detail combined with minimalism results in a rather pleasant environment. If we add the inviting character of this vessel, what we’ll get is one superb means of sailing. Upon boarding, you can almost feel the way the ship seduces you to enjoy the fine luxury it can provide, the comfort that tips off all scales and an atmosphere that can’t simply be described in words.
On the main at deck, an al fresco dining spot consists of a central table, perpendicular to the vessel’s beam, providing ample opportunities to enjoy the natural surroundings. Being aerated, light and private, we’re sure you cannot simply forget the days you’ve spent aboard. The crew of seven will pamper you in all the ways they can, providing fine dining and exquisite entertainment.
The interiors have been penned down by the Porfiri Studio in Milan. The main saloon reflects perfectly the main and strongest points of the yacht, efficiency and beauty. It is light, spacious, divided into small sections that can hardly be noticed. Zebrano wood was used for the wall paneling and floors, a feature you’ll not be able to find everywhere.
An all-Zebrano pantry separates the aft deck from the central area, which is cozy in nature, boasting two lavish sofas and a complete set of Tulip chairs, all covered in exquisite white leathers. Bringing everything together, a huge, white, silk and linen rug makes sure the idea of the design is evident. In addition, a low, silver leaf divider makes it possible for the guests to take a peak of the dining area, which is simply divine.
A glass table, flanked by fresh green leather chairs reveals a luxurious yet modern style, while the yellow and white gold finishes bring forth the refined elegance of the main saloon. And there’s the master suite, found on the fore main deck, a perfect space when the need for privacy arouses. It is fresh, airy and light, yet modern and simple.
It features Zebrano paneling, gold leaf ceilings, playful color combinations on the upholstery and lining and padded leather walls. It’s a great place to enjoy the best of privacy. It is divided from the stateroom by a gold leaf panel that comprises a wide screen plasma TV. Adjacent to it, the master bathroom carries the lavishness on, being extremely large and warm, decked in reflective silver and cool blue tones.
The superyacht can accommodate a maximum of 10 guests – 4 additional guest cabins can be found on the lower deck. There are two double staterooms and two king-sized ones, all of them boasting the same level of exquisiteness and finesse. As the abovementioned, they boast with Zebrano wood, polished steel and padded leather. Each of the guest cabins furthermore comes with its own bathroom.
The luxury is pretty much obvious outside too. Featuring a decent load of lounge areas, the fore main deck includes a set of lavish sunpads. A few more loungers are found aft, near the swimplatform, where guests can enjoy some water sports and sunbathing. The sundeck, though, is the ultimate in sunbathing, providing two huge sofas on port and starboard and a few more cozy chairs.
The superyacht is going to be available for charter during this summer, starting at €79,000 per week, while the high season rates get closer to €90,000 per week.