The KISS yacht is an elegant 46.4m/152’3″ motor yacht built by Feadship in the Netherlands at their Aalsmeer shipyard.
She was appropriately named, given that she was launched and delivered to her owner on Valentine’s day in the year 2015.
Since then, she has received several awards for her design and construction
Her interior was fashioned by the British design firm Redman Whiteley Dixon, a UK-based yacht interior designer renowned for bringing beautifully unique designs to life.
They pride themselves in building a masterpiece with care and integrity to realize the owner’s dreams.
On the other hand, her exterior was penned by Dubois Naval Architects Ltd, an expert when it comes to marrying seaworthiness with grace to create luxurious and elegant yachts.
|Designer:||Dubois Naval Architects Ltd|
|Price:||US $30 million|
|Annual Running:||US $3 million|
KISS yacht interior
KISS was built with children in mind and is perfect for undertaking long-term, long-distance cruising with them.
The Dubois team improved the children’s facilities, and the result was a contemporary interior design with a cozy family twist that will keep both grown-ups and children occupied. She also has additional cabin space for nannies and teachers.
The lower deck features a natural rippled sycamore in golden color as a backdrop. As you go up through the boat, you will see grey and silver tones on the main deck and warmer honey hues on the owners’ deck.
The main deck’s lounge has a sophisticated vibe with beautiful fabric selections that complements the yacht’s architectural features.
There are bespoke furniture items throughout the boat, such as the side tables with eel skin inlays and a crackle finish lacquering on top.
With its stunning marble work hand-chosen from Italy, the result is a beautiful and family-friendly place.
The KISS yacht is constructed with an aluminum superstructure, a beam of 9 m, and a draft of 2.3m.
She has a semi-displacement hull that allows her to maintain great seakeeping while reaching incredible speeds.
She is powered by a twin diesel Caterpillar (C32 Acert) 1,450hp engine running at 1800rpm, allowing her to cruise comfortably at 14 knots.
Her maximum speed is at 16 knots, and she has a range of up to 5,000 nautical miles from her 51,000-liter fuel tanks when traveling at 10 knots on her diesel fuel.
Her freshwater tanks have a capacity of around 16,000 liters, and she is equipped with two Caterpillar 6.6 – 2x 125 kW – 1500 rpm generators.
Lastly, she was built according to the Lloyds Register classification society’s specifications.
The KISS yacht’s exterior design is the work of Dubois and features a standout metallic black.
In collaboration with De Voogt’s engineers, Dubois and his team worked tirelessly to ensure that Kiss’s profile and exterior styling reflected this one-of-a-kind layout.
Although unusual for a yacht with a length of fewer than 50 meters to have a fully equipped master penthouse on the upper deck, this is exactly what this yacht has.
She features a raised pilothouse bridge on the main deck, providing the skipper with excellent views without overlooking guest areas.
There is also an oversized sundeck with a raised hot tub and lots of room for sitting and sunbathing.
With its 46-meter length and luxurious accommodations, the KISS yacht can host 12 people in comfort and luxury.
She has six exquisite accommodations, including the owner’s cabin, a VIP suite, a double bedroom, and three twin cabins.
Additionally, she can accommodate nine crew in five crew quarters.
Kiss Yacht is priced at $30 million, with an annual operating cost of $3 million.
Owner – Rudolf Booker
The KISS yacht is reportedly owned by Dutch millionaire, Rudolf Booker.
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