Charter Mega Yacht
- Charter focused superyacht
- Composed of 6 voluminous decks
- Functions an amply proportioned house cinema
- Different communal spaces
- Boarded by a enclosed limousine tender
A truly iconic superyacht, O'MEGA anticipates every need of these onboard
Built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 2004 and refit to exacting requirements last year, the 83m/271ft custom engine yacht ‘O’MEGA’ features remained very processed superyachts designed for charter.
With an inside and outside styled by the Italian design household Studio Vafiadis, O’MEGA exudes an effortless elegance helping to make her the most wonderful choice for an exclusive boat charter with to thirty guests.
With good outlines and concave shapes defining the surface of superyacht O’MEGA, it’s no surprise that she’s immediately recognisable when from water. Finished in arctic white, the outside living areas are mainly can be found towards the aft deck as well as on the top of deck. With comfortable furnishings abounding to supply many alternatives for enjoying the environment whilst away on charter, there are a great amount of alfresco dining spaces easily situated underneath limited shading. Dedicated to providing a selection of options for such big charter functions, Studio Vafiadis have actually equipped the exterior of O’MEGA with a few lounge-like areas which can be quickly maintained because of the attentive. What’s more, with a retractable swimming system expanding from the transom, charterers are also able to effortlessly access water to savor the tenders and toys available.
The beautiful inside of O’MEGA is largely empowered by classic aesthetics, with many elegantly crafted smooth fixtures enabling friends to unwind and socialise within the utmost comfort. With fabrics coming from the choices of Rubelli, Lelievre and Scardigli, charterers will definitely feel impressed by their particular surroundings both in the communal and visitor spaces. Indeed, from the spacious main beauty salon through to the committed living area as well as the VIP salon, there's a sense of sophistication which helps to determine an appropriately luxurious ambience. As something of a counterpoint to such allure, the house cinema that was incorporated throughout the refit last year comprises modern-day accessories therefore the most recent in visual and sound systems. Getting between such impressive areas is simply as a lot of an awe-inspiring knowledge, with intricate marble flooring and engaging pieces lining the corridors. Other standout features which grace the interior of superyacht O’MEGA feature fluted pillars, original oil paintings, plus some of the very most impressive dark mahogany joinery to be found on any superyacht.