EXCELLENCE yacht is one of the largest superyachts in the world with a total length of 80 meters (262.5 ft).
She is often considered a masterpiece of design with her unusual reversed bow.
|80 m (263 ft)
|14 in 7 cabins
|20 in 10 cabins
|Abeking & Rasmussen
|US$ 120 million
|Annual Running Cost:
|US$ 5 – 12 million
EXCELLENCE yacht interior
The interior of the EXCELLENCE yacht was designed by Andrew Winch, an English yacht designer specializing in the luxurious and unusual design.
The yacht perfectly combines indoor and outdoor living with her three-story glass atrium that allows the interior to be bright and open.
Fourteen guests find space on board in seven cabins, as well as a crew of 20 who have a designated area below deck. The interior of the yacht is decorated in beige and creme tones, perfectly complimented by dark wooden elements.
There is a cinema, spa with a sauna, and gym aboard EXCELLENCE and the aft of the vessel holds a large beach club with direct water access.
The EXCELLENCE yacht has a length of 80 meters (262.5 ft), a beam of 14.45 meters (47.4 ft), and a draft of 3.45m (11.3 ft).
Her twin MTU engines allow her to reach top speeds of 17 knots, although her average cruising speed lies at 14 knots. She carries 30,000 liters of water and 50,000 liters of diesel on board.
The EXCELLENCE yacht is the 7th largest yacht built by the renowned German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen.
Her exterior was designed by Andrew Winch, who also worked on the interior of EXCELLENCE.
Her most unusual feature is definitely the reversed bow that is sure to catch the attention of onlookers anywhere she docks.
She has plenty of deck space that can be used for sunbathing or covered up with awnings if required.
On the main deck, a pool with a swim-up bar allows guests to relax and unwind. EXCELLENCE has a sizeable aluminum superstructure and an elongated steel hull.
She has unusually large windows which allow the interior to be flooded with natural light.
The owner bought EXCELLENCE for a price of US$120 million in 2019. She generates annual running costs of US $5 to 12 million depending on use.