MADSUMMER yacht was launched in 2019 and is currently the 64th largest superyacht in the world.
This yacht is not only huge in size, but it holds some incredible amenities that make sure every kind of guest is entertained.
|Interior Designer:||Laura Sessa Design|
The owner of the Madsummer Yacht wanted their yacht to be filled with many activities for the whole family to enjoy, especially water activities.
Madsummer focuses on having a contemporary design to greet guests with beautiful scenery both outside and inside the yacht. This incredible yacht was built by the acclaimed Lurssen.
With its massive size, it is no surprise that the Madsummer Yacht can hold up to 20 guests and 30 crew members, in its 10 staterooms.
It is powered by Caterpillar twin MTU engines and can cruise at 16 knots, but can reach speeds of 18 knots with a range of up to 6,000 nautical miles. This is achieved by the yacht’s 300,000-liter fuel tanks.
Madsummer Yacht also has anchor stabilizers to make for a much more comfortable ride for passengers – especially those who suffer from sea sickness.
The shape and uniquely sharp lines of Madsummer were designed by Harrison Eidsgarrd. This modern styling was created to catch the eye of anyone passing by this wonderful vessel.
Each “floor” of the yacht has a gorgeous deck for passengers to enjoy the ultimate views of the ocean and horizon.
Its sleek and white exterior makes Madsummer stand out from the rest wherever it sails.
This is the really fun part of Madsummer. This superyacht is loaded with fun toys for any water lover to enjoy.
If you want to enjoy soaring over the ocean waves, try out Madsummer’s fly boards or jet skis, wakeboards, or Seabob.
The ship also includes fishing equipment and scuba diving equipment if you want to join the water fun in a more relaxing way.
Every cabin has a different theme with its own color palettes, silk carpeting, and furniture. Wherever guests go in Madsummer will be a unique experience on its own.
For instance, the main saloon greets guests with bold white and blue stripes and an incredible Tai Ping silk carpet.
When passengers go out to the sun deck, they will see an interesting site. The hardened deck is designed to hold an Aviat Husky, so a crane is hidden to move the aircraft between the ship and the water.
When the Aviat Husky is not on the deck, the large space is used as a dance floor for parties. A great multifunctional addition to this superyacht.
Madsummer has only been sailing for a few years, but it has already blown away many yacht enthusiasts.
Its size is not the only reason it has become so famous, but it will be interesting to see how the Madsummer Yacht will continue to grow and change over time.
Madsummer Yacht in Gibraltar
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