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TITAN is one of only a handful of luxury superyachts fully certified to charter an adventure on the high seas for 22 guests, offering 11 spacious state rooms, vast lounge areas and a Jacuzzi deck.

Built as HMS Beagle for the Royal Navy in 1968, TITAN travelled the world updating the Admiralty’s hydrographic charts and so couldn’t be better equipped for exploring new territories.

Captain Luca Lazzari explains: ‘TITAN is ready to charter the world, but my heart belongs to Italy, and Sardinia’s waters are as clear as a swimming pool. The northern part of the island has outstanding national parks, including La Maddalena and the island of Budelli, where the vegetation and rock formations are breathtaking and ideal for snorkelling and exploring.’

Whether you’re dreaming of crossing the Atlantic to see the Statue of Liberty as you approach New York City, or discovering remote, less-visited corners of the world such as Patagonia, Madagascar or Nova Scotia, TITAN is a sound ship for all seas.

Length: 60.3m/197’10”
Gross tonnage: 1,140
Range: 6,000nm

titan motor yacht


Join the legendary 43.3m ICE LADY for a charter in the true spirit of intrepid expedition. Her original mission, if she chose to accept it, was for the Norwegian Coast Guard to prevent naval espionage by Russian submarines. She later became a scientific exploration vessel in Patagonia and has since undergone a four-year conversion at three different yards to emerge as a robust and stylish superyacht.

Privately used until now, she is available for the first time for charter clients to cruise on board and let their imaginations run wild with possible destinations. She has travelled extensively in Argentina, Patagonia and the Antarctic. The interior – with five comfortable cabins for 10 guests – is warm and contemporary, offsetting the sturdy exterior that ensures her ice-breaking capacity.

ICE LADY  travels with kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, towables, water skis and a wakeboard in her toys locker, all ready to be laid out by her competent and welcoming crew.

Length: 43.3m/142’1″
Gross tonnage: 344
Range: 5,500nm

ice lady motor yacht


At 54.85m, Steel, built in 2009 at the British shipyard Pendennis, combines nautical elegance with the state-of-the-art equipment befitting an explorer yacht of her stature. Her exterior lines are traditional and reassuring, with an interior in a class of its own: imagine the Orient Express meets Gone with the Wind and you will go some way to understanding her truly unique and alluring feel.
Steel is ice-classed (with a strengthened hull) and is Marine and Coastguard Agency-compliant, with four Quantum zero-speed stabilisers. She features a large spa pool on deck, where guests can relax as walrus-covered ice floes in Antarctica or palm-lined tropical beaches in Costa Rica slip by. Inside, there are snugs and reading nooks, while the main saloon transforms into a cinema. For something a little stronger, there is a fully equipped bar. The historically inspired interior continues throughout the six cabins for 12 guests, and the high-ceilinged dining room is specially designed to hang its splendid chandelier.

Length: 54.85m/179’11”
Gross tonnage: 769
Range: 5,190nm

steel motor yacht

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