Principal Characteristics & Technical Specifications
|BEAM||7.3 M||24' 1"|
|DRAFT||2.50 M||8' 3"|
|FRESH WATER CAPACITY||4,400 L||1,162 US GAL.|
|BLACK WATER CAPACITY||1,340 L||354 US GAL.|
|FUEL CAPACITY||19,500 L||5,151 US GAL.|
|ENGINE||2X MTU 12V 2000|
Forward of the raised pilot house lies an elevated foredeck. An optional spa tub complements a huge seating group comprising asymmetrical sofas and a four-person sun pad. The flybridge aft comprises two large seating arrangements for formal dining and socialising with space further aft for freestanding furniture. The aft flybridge and foredeck are linked via a starboard side walk-through in the coaming, promoting free movement between social zones.
Far from the traditional, the aft cockpit features a curved seating group for ten guests with dual symmetrical tables centralised around a four-person wet bar. Altogether, the exterior zones, seating arrangements and features provide an outdoor sanctuary. At water level, a full-width rise and fall bathing platform features a gull-wing door that opens up to a day-head, shower and storage space. An integrated tender garage comfortably houses a 6-metre tender and two jet skis for unprecedented waterside enjoyment.
The 120 Yacht offers interior features designed to elevate the on-board experience. A sophisticated and rich interior with mid-century modern influences. The elective materials assist in maximising the natural light on board. The 120 Yacht introduces reflective surfaces to bounce the light around the space. Uninterrupted views from dining to lounging in the expansive open-plan main deck. Luxurious stone finishes, detailed centrepiece bulkheads and statement lighting pieces create an elegant space for owners to truly immerse themselves in sumptuous surroundings. Recessed lighting in shelving and ceiling coves envelope owners in rich comfort.
The main deck is subtly zoned with framing screens on the port and starboard side to offer a sense of separation between the formal dining and comfortable saloon without restricting the space on board. In-set marble flooring in the dining room complemented by matching geometric design in the ceiling defines this space, while the saloon benefits from more angular furniture selections. The generous galley on the port side provides all servicing requirements for the crew.
Further forward on the starboard side lies the entrance to a phenomenal main deck owners suite. Re-engineered to improve accessibility, the owners stateroom benefits from a completely flush floor to the en suite which allows ease of movement between spaces.
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