The 55.5m (182.1ft) yacht CYNTHIA was delivered in 2005 by the distinguished Dutch shipyard, Feadship De Vries, with exterior styling by De Voogt. At 782 gross tonnes, with a beam of 10.4m (34.1ft), the yacht offers plenty of spacious lounges and communal areas for guests to relax and enjoy quality time at sea.
Showcasing an extensive 2018 refit with luxurious interior styling by Claudette Bonville, the yacht presents well ahead of her time. Her bright and welcoming interior has a sophisticated nautical theme with impressive murals inlaid with mother-of-pearl, abalone, silver, precious woods and metals throughout. Reflecting the owner’s keen eye for design, attention to detail and sociable lifestyle, the yacht stood out as providing the ideal atmosphere to enjoy al fresco living on the water, and went on to win the 2019 International Yacht & Aviation Award for Best Deck Design.
There are 5 cabins on board which sleep a total of 10 guests. The master suite on the main deck is full beam and features a comfortable seating area, private study and large windows providing plenty of light. The four remaining cabins on the lower deck have colourful themes, and are spacious with seating areas and en suite bathrooms.
Keeping with the nautical theme, guests can enjoy gazing at a mural of the Nantucket Sound on the ceiling of the sky lounge, or relax within the main saloon where they will find a soothing neutral colour pallet balanced by large windows for an airy feel. A formal dining room is also located amidships on the main deck, where guests can congregate after a long day on the water.
The exterior decks offer a range of lounge areas, with the sun deck offering several options for sunbathing alone. Both the main and bridge deck offer lounge areas, while the bridge deck is also suited for al fresco dining and features an open air gym on the port side.
Fitted with at anchor stabilizers and two 1,520hp Caterpillar engines CYNTHIA offers complete comfort at sea while reaching speeds up to 15.5 knots, and 13.3 knots cruising. She is also trans-Atlantic with a range of 4,500 nautical miles.