Diamonds Are Forever is a stunning Bond-themed Yacht
This superb vessel reminds us of the James Bond series. Diamonds Are Forever is a part of the fabled action series, a name that suits this piece of exquisiteness really well. Named by Mr. John Staluppi, its current owner and a huge fan of James Bond, this 61 meter long (200 feet) superyacht was built last year.
Even though it may come as a surprise, this gorgeous looking superyacht is equipped with a state of the art elevator. Able to accommodate up to 12 charter guests in 6 cabins, of which 3 are double guest cabins, 1 is a single guest cabin, all 4 located on the lower deck, while the other 2 are full beam panoramic master staterooms, decked with walk-in closets and dressing areas, this marvelous sailing unit features 4 decks.
One of the grand master staterooms includes a private office, ensuring a perfect business atmosphere. Needless to say, the guests that reside inside the master staterooms benefit of superb 180 degrees views of the azure seas.
The entertainment side of the Diamonds Are Forever is no second to none compared to the living facilities. A sun deck can be found atop the boat, accompanied by a large Jacuzzi, various spaces where travelers can lounge in the shade and a full sky lounge. Furthermore, the Jacuzzi overlooks the dining area, located on a raised spot, and the wet bar, decked with TV and a marble top.
On the main deck though, the idea of entertainment comes set among different dimensions – it is equipped with a beauty parlor, sauna, and fitness room. An interesting side of this deck is that the access towards it can be bared for guests, transforming it into a VIP section where only the richest are allowed.
In terms of interior decorations and design, the Diamonds Are Forever has met the hands of Evan K. Marshall / Ursonia V. The interior-designs brand comes from London and has already meddled into a number of yacht interiors for Mrs. and Mr. Staluppi. As for this exemplar, the word “custom” is the most suitable.
Adorned with quality furnishings, onyx, silver and gold leaf, Madrona burlwood, exquisite Italian marble, Marieux crystal and mother of pearl, the insides of the yacht have been taken care of up to the smallest detail possible.
Perhaps luxury puts a lot of weight on vehicles and boats, but in this case it was countered by the potent engines that power the Diamonds Are Forever. It can cruise at speeds of 15 knots and reaches a top speed of 16 knots. If travelling at around 12 knots, the superyacht can boast with autonomy of up to 4,800 nautical miles.
It’s time to say it – the Diamonds Are Forever is currently available for charter, for price tags between $403,656 and $446,760 per week in the summer season. During the trip, guests will be taken throughout the Mediterranean Sea, with stopovers in Croatia, Turkey, Montenegro, France, Spain and Italy.
Winter charter will be even costlier, reaching between $483,164 and $550,800 per week. The experience will be dramatically better, as Diamonds Are Forever travels throughout the Caribbean and Bahamas during the season, stopping at renowned locations like Grenada, St. Barths, Antigua and Puerto Rico.