#13: MARTHA ANN—229'6"
Even though all the guest staterooms on this new yacht’s lower deck feature king-size beds, no doubt someone’s going to make a run for the queen-equipped VIP, considering the cabin is just forward of the skylounge on the bridge deck. No worries if guests want to visit with each other: A circular glass elevator will whisk them up or down in seconds. But we’ll take bets everyone will instead meet in the sports bar on the upper deck, because it features a 110-inch TV that’s part of a home-theater system.
Y: 2008; B: Lrssen, Germany; N: builder/Espen ino Naval Architects; H: steel; E: 2/1,850-hp Caterpillars
Did you know?
• Martha Ann’s master suite is 1,400 square feet
• the extra dining room on the bridge deck (there’s a traditional one on the main deck) is an indoor-outdoor space, thanks to full-height glass walls that can open
• anyone enjoying a dip in the pool need not get out of the water to get a drink, thanks to an integrated bar
• all of this and more is available for a weekly charter rate of F600,000 (about $939,000 at presstime).
This article originally appeared in the November 2008 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.