The charter yacht Baron Trenck by Eurocraft
Baron Trenck, a magnificent vessel built at Eurocraft, is one good example of what ingenious minds can accomplish when putting the principles of exploration alongside lounge. A simple glimpse over its exterior look is enough to make you realize this is no ordinary superyacht. It embodies features of sturdy icebreakers, beautifully combined with sleek lines, classic shapes and a stunning paintjob.
The yacht sports a higher bow than usually and a wider beam for the smoothest of cruises, regardless of the oceans’ behavior. In addition, the vessel can easily be maneuvered into small bays, thanks to the three meter draft it was equipped with.
Inside, elegance mixes up with mystery and chic. The first area visitors get to see upon getting aboard is the aft deck, where mobile furniture offers plenty of freedom to move about. The furnishing is comprised of loungers, tables and various sorts of chairs, all accompanied by pure flexibility. Tied to it we have noticed a swimming and diving platform, where guests can take as many refreshing dips as they want.
Advancing, we reach the main saloon, decked in a classic manner and featuring superb palettes like crème on the carpeting and dark lacquered wood. Boasting with a curvy, classic motif, the furnishing consists of elegant sets and eye-catching amenities. All of these lead to a welcoming atmosphere, a calm environment where pleasant meets efficiency.
Furthermore, the main saloon is actually divided into three different chambers. Aft, curious eyes can spot a bar and pantry area, providing flawless service to the guests on both the other sides of the main saloon, the central lounge section and the aft deck section. A set of lengthy opposite sofas have been placed around two coffee tables, along with Ottomans and armchairs. This ensures a cozy setting which can be attributed a plethora of purposes. In the end, the grand classic dining table in the dining area fore is fit to host 10 people.
In terms of accommodation, Baron Trenck is able to accommodate up to 10 guests in its 5 staterooms. The master quarters is found on the fore section, boasting with a lavish full beam stateroom with large storage facilities, an exquisite en suite with large bathroom, separate shower area with monsoon shower and additional toilet facilities, plus a private office for the busy individuals.
The separation between the master suite and the main saloon is made by a central staircase that connects all the interior decks. Three out of the total four guest staterooms can be found on the lower deck, with one VIP cabin in the middle, one double and one twin. The upper deck is where the forth cabin can be found.
On the upper deck we have noticed a lush spa cabin vis-à-vis from the twin guest cabin. This may easily one of the most luxurious places aboard. It consists of a sauna, large monsoon shower and steam room, all at the full disposal of the guests. In addition, the aft deck features an al fresco dining area which shares breathtaking panoramas, while the lavish and private sky lounge sports a bar and seating area suitable for private parties.
And let’s just not forget the sun deck, where every amenity imaginable can be found – sunloungers, large parasols, a second al fresco dining arrangement, a huge Jacuzzi, large sun pads and superb views. The Baron Trenck superyacht is available for charter during all seasons, for €135,000 per week during the high season or €125,000 per week during the low season.