Inside the 91m superyacht Dubawi
, 2022-06-15 02:00:00,
The 90.6 metre superyacht Dubawi made waves when she joined the sales market for the first time ever in May, listed with Worth Avenue Yachts. Now, new pictures inside the super-secretive superyacht paint a clearer picture of her bold interiors and long list of amenities.
Initially delivered as a cruise ship, the yacht underwent a multi-million dollar refit with Platinum Yachts in 2009. As a result of her cruising heritage, the yacht has an internal volume comparable to a yacht of 100 metres or more.
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This leaves plenty of space for features. One of her biggest crowd-pleasers is the cavernous lower deck nightclub, which features a dancefloor that lights up and a state-of-the-art sound system.
Her new owner has plenty of scope to switch up the interior layout. Currently, she boasts a huge lounge and a pair of opulent Majlis that can be reconfigured to create a games room, cinema suite or children’s playroom.
Hospital features already exist on board, and she is also home to a generous swim platform and beach club area complete with a fountain.
Accommodation is offered for up to 44 guests in 22 cabins, making her one of the most capacious superyachts in her size segment in terms of hosting abilities. A crew of 71 can also be accommodated on board.
The owner’s cabin is one of the highlights of this superyacht for sale, according to Mathieu Bardon, the yacht’s listing broker. Occupying its own private deck, it boasts panoramic views, an elevated jacuzzi and “an en suite bathroom that’s larger than some yacht’s master cabins,” attests Bardon.
The yacht’s colourful interiors add to her charm and character, and her new owner will find a good balance between exterior deck areas and interiors spots to relax. The yacht has a tidy, well-appointed layout that promotes a feeling of privacy onboard – perfect for multi-generational families.
A rare feature of yachts for sale of this size and stature is her status as a privately-owned, never-chartered vessel. The yacht has been rigorously maintained and cared for by a single owner throughout her life.
Dubawi is currently asking $35,000,000 and is lying in Dubai.
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