Price hike has not always been observed around for luxurious yachts. Sometimes, their monetary worth dips too.
Natita, a 66-metre vessel, has had a yacht price drop by $6, 900, 000. The motor yacht which has been jointly scheduled for a sale with Worth Avenue Yachts and Burgess was released in 2005. It was refurbished in 2012 by the Dutch shipyard Oceanco.
The aluminum-built beauty had its interior done by Alberto Pinto. Her insides are made mostly out of a variation of woods, fabrics, and leathers— all in unison to build a harmonious ambiance within the ship.
The yacht can house a dozen of guests all in six cabins. These cabins contain two fully-beamed suites for the VIP and one master room. These are furnished with king-sized beds, a double-deck cabin for the young guests, and with complete bathroom features.
Natita which had a recent yacht price drop is now on the market for $39.9 million.
The chief saloon located at the main deck is built in macassar and sycamore material covered with highlights in nickel plating. Her chairs and settees are a sexy mix-up of leather and fabrics. This results to a very well-lit area.
A yacht price drop doesn’t mean her interior quality had been compromised. There are two dining rooms inside. One is a formal dining located on the chief deck ahead of the saloon. This place can seat 12 visitors at her wooden table and chairs enclosed in ebony wood and light textile.
The other dining spot is also an accommodation for 12 and is located at the high-lounge to port. The décor found inside it is made entirely of light-colored materials and light wooden accents with red and blue tints. This is a just the right place to go to when one craves for tranquility and relaxation. Natita is currently strutting her exceptional beauty at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.