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KISS Superyacht By Dubois Yachts Is So Incredible You’ll Do Just That

By Victor Baker


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KISS Superyacht

The renowned design studio Dubois Yachts is proud to introduce their new, 46.4-meter super yacht to the world, a breathtaking vessel called KISS. This astonishing yacht is actually the second Dubois design built by the prestigious Dutch shipyard Feadship and it’s currently up for the grabs, for an undisclosed price.

With a stunning and menacing exterior profile, the tri-deck KISS superyacht features a drool inducing upper deck, entirely imagined for the enjoyment of its owner. Here you could find a spacious owner’s apartment, complete with a six seat dining table on the aft and a cozy saloon as well.

KISS Superyacht

Guests could stay abroad KISS in a lovely VIP suite located on the main deck or in one of the three generous twin cabins and a double stateroom. The lavish yacht also comes with four crew cabins, a special staff cabin and a captain’s cabin, all of these accommodations offering incredible views of the high seas.

The sun deck of the KISS yacht is also really impressive, featuring a jacuzzi, a swim platform which could transform into a place perfect to get a tan and a special underwater play pen.

In terms of power, KISS benefits from a transatlantic range, even though it’s powered only by twin 1,450hp Caterpillar diesel engines. This translates into a maximum speed of 16,5 knots, as well as a very economical cruising speed of 14 knots.

KISS Superyacht


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About Victor Baker

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