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The Excellence V Superyacht from Abeking & Rasmussen

By Adrian Prisca


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The fifth vessel in a staggering line of cruisers boasting with the high-end manufacture of Abeking & Rasmussen, the Excellence V was launched during the spring of 2011. A true lady of the seas, this classic style superyacht proudly roams the blue waters of the Globe.

The design of the Excellence V has reached such staggering levels due to a couple of really important factors – the first is the owner, who has reportedly planned it in detail, from bow to stern, while the second is the London-based Reymond Langton Design brand. Measuring 60 meters in length, the ship is able to ensure interior spaces similar to larger vessels, which is quite an achievement.

The guest accommodation is predominantly found on the fore main deck, except the master suite on the upper deck and the adjacent double suite. The main deck encompasses a VIP suite, two doubles and two twins.

Such an intriguing arrangement has a real reason behind it, ensuring comfort and luxury to as many as 14 guests. And one of the best features of the Excellence V is flexibility. For example, the superyacht boasts with three hull openings which pave the way towards a port side gym and massage room, cinema, aft swimming and diving platform, starboard side beach club, tender launching and access.

The staggering central lobby includes the central elevator which connects the entire array of 5 decks, encircled by a staircase which leads the way to the interior accommodations. Aft, the yacht encompasses the main formal dining and lounge areas, the last one featuring a massive private space with large L-shaped sofa and bar. The adjacent exterior lounge area is further providing some great spots to lay back and relax, in the form of two white L-shaped sofas.

The five guest cabins on the main deck can be reached via a curving corridor which starts from the central lobby. In addition, they are exquisitely appointed with wooden wall paneling, white floors, plush carpeting and polished stone just like the VIP suite, the two doubles and the two twins.

As we go higher, we notice the central staircase has been garnished with stunningly beautiful wall panels, with silver bas-relief imagery depicting transport and automotive themes, crazily similar in Art Deco style. The upper fore deck provides breathtaking panoramas from either the massive Jacuzzi or the large cockpit, directly outside the master stateroom. Lavish sunpads, located adjacently, convert this area into a pure lounge spot.

As for the aft deck and the upper lounge, they are as amazing as the features we’ve presented so far. The aft deck has been fitted with a games table, a few elegant, modern armchairs and cozy sofas. It has further been completed on the outside with several lounging corners, large sun pads aft and a plethora of entertainment options. The sun deck boasts with a bar, sun pads and Jacuzzi aft, while the fore has been endowed with a cockpit.


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