Twizzle / Camper & Nicholsons
A ‘superyacht’ is not only sizable, but luxurious.
These yachts are propelled by sail or motor (or both) and are between—approximately—130 and 590 feet (40 and 180 meters) long. They are professionally crewed, crafted to provide both privacy and comfort to guests, and are fitted with elegant entertainment and dining facilities. According to writer Bill Springer, these yachts are also typically divided into three distinct zones: a helm that is separate from the guest area, a luxurious center section and a large (often teak) boarding platform at the back.
Superyachts can be as comfortable as five-star hotels as they travel the world, and often provide both entertainment and exploration opportunities for those on board.
Consider the superyacht Twizzle, which is currently based at Palma de Mallorca in the western Mediterranean. It is 189 feet (57 meters) long and includes four cabins for nine guests (including a master suite) as well as quarters for 11 crew. Constructed in the Netherlands by Royal Huisman and launched in 2010, the yacht was designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon, with décor provided by Todhunter Earle Interiors and architecture by Dubois Naval Architecture…