There are yachts that are perfect for coastal cruising. There are yachts that are perfect for sitting in luxurious, sophisticated ports around the world. There are yachts that are perfect for staying on board, relaxing and forgetting the world and then there is Project 783, which is not only perfect for all of the above – but it’s close to perfection in general.
With her sweeping lines and distinctively bold, yet elegant profile, Project 783 was designed by the award-winning Reymond Langton Design studio, and built by the acclaimed and perennially-reliable Nobiskrug shipyard of Germany. Extraordinarily luxurious, this sumptuously versatile yacht is equally at home cruising rugged coastlines and pristine white beaches or visiting the most exclusive seaside destinations.
Imperial Yachts believe that nothing compares to the enchanting and immersive experience of an escape by sea to exotic destinations. Sparkling waters, they say, mesmerise with the eternal promise of adventure, and the motion of the waves rocks us into a slower, more relaxed day-to-day life. As such, the sleek and contemporary interior was conceptualised and furnished in partnership with renowned designer Mark Berryman, who used natural materials – such as wood and steel – crafted in exquisite detail to evoke the feel of the outside world.
And what an interior it is. Although Berryman steered clear of excessive ornamentation, instead creating an atmosphere that is clean, refreshing and timeless, the number of amenities available to those sailing is quite incredible. For, on board the 73-meter luxury superyacht, you will find everything from a cinema to a generously proportioned outdoor jacuzzi.
Cosy indoor spaces offer a chance for relaxation and entertainment – something key to enjoying your time aboard a superyacht – while deckspace allows for alfresco dining, entertaining, sunbathing or simply viewing the seascape.
Project 783 is not only perfect for all of the above - but it’s close to perfect in general
Luxurious accommodation comes in the form of six cabins, including a full-beam owner’s suit with an exclusive and innovative folding terrace that offers a 180-degree sea view at main deck level. A VIP guest stateroom will ensure your guests aren’t left behind either – as this cabin opens onto the bridge deck. Furnished for the utmost comfort and all equipped with ensuite facilities, the remaining four cabins showcase nothing but the best – with European oak used extensively throughout.
Woods are key to Berryman’s design, with the aforementioned European oak providing a backdrop for accents of bamboo – an alternative pairing, yet a subtle contrast that gives the woodwork on board a pleasant an luxurious feel. And the innovative use of woods doesn’t end there. White-stained sycamore also crops up throughout – from the luxury beach club to the fully-equipped private cinema.
But, although it has the style – Project 783 also has the strength to back up its beauty. With a cruising speed of 15 knots, and a movement of stability and ease, the superyacht has a range of over 5,500 nautical miles – taking you to any number of destinations where the onboard tenders can carry you closer to the water to explore.
And, if fun is higher up the agenda than exploration, three Seabobs, kite and windsurfing equipment and a nit mixing station for scuba-diving on board promise all manner of fun-filled hours. And, further still, if your real idea of heaven is simply winding down, the sun deck towers above the waves, letting you touch the sky and recline in a shaded lounging area with cushioned sunbathing beds.
So, whether it’s in use or purpose, Project 783 really is one of the most versatile and luxurious superyachts on the water. Refreshed, restored and inspired, you will return to shore a new man – after the ultimate relaxation.
For further information and viewings of Project 783, please contact Julia Stewart, Imperial Director at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on +377 97 98 38 80
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