Launched in 2020, the modern vessel was built by Abeking & Rasmussen in their German shipyard.
Both the interior and exterior were designed by Focus Yacht Design, with naval architecture penned by Abeking & Rasmussen.
The yacht is contemporary and excellent for those who enjoy family time and entertainment on the water.
|Abeking & Rasmussen
|Focus Yacht Design
|Focus Yacht Design
|US$ 120 million
|US$ 10 million
SOARING yacht interior
Designed by Focus Yacht Design, the interior of SOARING is opulent and modern, with a wide array of facilities and amenities that make this a great entertainment yacht.
The interior is designed to bring outside spaces inside with large glass windows leading to the aft from the saloon.
An alfresco dining area is protected and shaded by the overhang from the owner’s deck, perfect for enjoying a meal outside.
There is a jacuzzi with sun pads and a bar on the sun deck. The SOARING also has a spa on the lower deck. Treatments on offer include massages and beauty treatments. There is also a steam room.
The beach club features a gym, where guests can work out with a water-level view. Guests can cool off after a workout by leaping straight into the water.
The beach club is the perfect spot for launching the many action-packed water toys.
The SOARING has guest accommodation for 12 individuals, which includes a private owner’s deck with a private terrace, office, and library. There are accommodations for 17 crew members.
The tenders and toys packed into the garage of the SOARING include tenders, a trampoline, jet skis, wave runners, waterskis, and more.
The exterior of the SOARING YACHT was penned by Focus Yacht Design, with naval architecture by Abeking & Rasmussen. Abeking & Rasmussen were also the shipbuilders, delivering the SOARING in 2020.
With a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, the SOARING features sharp and sleek lines, complementing her modern interior. She is the 12th largest yacht that Abeking & Rasmussen built in their German shipyard.
The SOARING yacht is a 68.2m superyacht that has a beam of 11.6m and a draft of 3.5m. She displaces a volume of 1541 gross tons and is powered by 2 MTU engines, giving her a top speed of 16.2 knots.
The cruising speed of the SOARING is 12 knots which give her a range of 4000 nautical miles.
She is available for charter, with her summer cruising season in the Adriatic and West Mediterranean. Her winter cruising includes the Bahamas and the Caribbean.
She also features advanced Zero speed stabilizers to reduce the rolling motion of the yacht while at anchor. The running costs for the SOARING are $10 million per annum.