ECSTASEA yacht is a $75 Million superyacht built in 2004.
Her annual running costs are approximately ten to twenty million dollars per year. This gorgeous vessel can comfortably accommodate 14 guests with a crew of 24 on hand to cater to their needs.
|Length:||86 m (282 ft)|
|Guests:||14 in 7 cabins|
|Crew:||24 in 12 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||Terence Disdale|
|Price:||US $120 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US $10 – 15 million|
ECSTASEA yacht interior
ECSTASEA’s interior was designed by Terence Disdale and his team. The yacht was most recently refit in 2011, suggesting she might be redone again soon. ECSTASEA can welcome fourteen guests in seven spacious cabins.
She has a massage room, a gym, a sauna, several indoor and outdoor bars and even a steam room.
Twenty-four crew members find space on board to help cater to the needs of guests onboard.
ECSTASEA yacht specifications
The ECSTASEA yacht was built in the Netherlands by the renowned yacht shipyard Feadship in De Kaag.
In 2004 she was the largest ever yacht built by Feadship, although she has since lost that title to the superyacht ANNA.
She has a total length of 85.95 meters (282 ft), a beam of 11.85 meters (38.11 ft), and a draft of 3.8 meters (12.6 ft).
Her gross tonnage is 2,107 tons. ECSTASEA is one of the fastest yachts in her size category and can reach incredible top speeds of 33 knots.
She cruises comfortably at an average speed of 14 knots. She is powered by four MTU engines as well as a gas turbine.
Much like her interior, the exterior of ECSTASEA was designed by Terence Disdale, who is based in the UK.
He started his career with no formal design training and now owns one of the most well-respected studios in the industry.
ECSTASEA is all white with a large helipad on the forward deck and even a small aircraft hangar.
She carries several tenders, including a 9.5 meter (31.1 ft) Vikal Limousine. The superyacht has a beautiful sundeck aft with a spacious seating area for guests.
The ECSTASEA yacht is known for carrying an impressive selection of water toys on board, including inflatables, jet skis, wakeboards, sea bobs, and even mountain bikes.
ECSTASEA originally cost an estimated US $125 million, although she reportedly only listed for a price of US $75 million when the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi sold her to the owner in 2014. She generates an estimated US $10 to 15 million in running costs every ear.