What did you do on your summer vacation? The owners and crew of Dancing Hare went to the South Pacific. From diving adventures with sharks and turtles to spotting dolphins swimming off their bow, they made memories to last a lifetime. Better yet, they’re sharing some of those memories in this video.
While the owners’ and guests’ areas aboard the 189-footer (57.7-meter) are not in the camera shots, they aren’t vital to the story of the video. Indeed, the video conveys the fun had above and below the water’s surface during the summer months. For instance, diving and snorkeling adventures played big roles, judging from shark feeding scenes, as well as other scenes swimming alongside colorful coral. In addition, Dancing Hare remained at anchor while tenders took the party through shallow, narrow waters, thickly fringed with palm trees along the shoreline. Drone footage provides spectacular aerial views of Dancing Hare, too, which had picture-perfect anchorages all to herself.
Delivered in 1986 as Lady Ghislaine, the megayacht came into the hands of her current owners in 2017. Just prior to the acquisition, the yacht bore the name Lady Mona K. From the fall of 2017 into early 2018, the current owners had her undergo an extensive refit. Systems saw overhaul, as did the interior, redesigned by Olivia Outred Studio in London. (When originally launched, the yacht featured interior design by the late Jon Bannenberg. He further was responsible for her styling.) In addition, the owners requested glass panels encircle a deck, plus a sundeck extension. It is now 13 feet (4 meters) longer.
Enjoy the vicarious experience.