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The refitted Elvis Superyacht looks ten times better

By Victor Baker


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Built back in 1976 by the Italian shipyard CRN, the sleek 28.6 meter long Elvis superyacht has been used extensively as a charter over the last 30 years. But the vessel has recently received a complete refit just ahead of her 30th birthday, which has dramatically transformed her into what could be one of the most popular charter yachts in the Eastern Mediterranean.

The full list of refit works is quite extensive, and it includes a complete reconstruction of all cabins and bathrooms on board. Elvis now accommodates up to 10 guests over four cabins, with two of the cabins featuring queen size beds incorporating sofas which can be converted to extra berths for one adult and one child. All cabins come with en suite facilities, corian washbasins and new LED lighting, plus modern TVs.

On the outside, the seating area in the fore of the bow is particularly stylish, with a light caramel colored material decorated with large cream cushions, creating the ideal space to take in the spectacular views all around or simply bask in the sun. At the back of the ship passengers will find a partially shaded cozy snug area, complete with new sun tents and an ample sofa. Furthermore, the upper deck features new sun tents, as well as brand new sun loungers.

To top everything off, Elvis also comes with a wide range of water toys, just in case the passengers get bored. This list includes a Novurania 430 tender with Pro 50Hp Yamaha outboard, a Kawasaki jet ski wave runner model, two sets of water skis – for both adults and children, a water tube, a 5 meter water trampoline, a tall water slide, 2 sets of scuba diving kits and 4 sets of snorkeling equipment. Calm seas and wind in your sails!


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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