One of the most anticipated deliveries of this year, Soaring has soared through her first summer season on the water. Because she is available both for sale and charter, you can get your first looks at her stunning interior spaces.
From the first illustrations of her exterior to her repeated sightings at sea, Soaring shows off sculpted, sporty style. The sophisticated interior, meanwhile, might get the most appreciation from adults, but it still welcomes young family members. In fact, this video taps into the growing trend of families and friends chartering together.
While you virtually enjoy a day aboard the megayacht, keep in mind that her rooms look voluminous due to her having a 38-foot (11.6-meter) beam. She can keep a party of 12 entertained from day until night, too. Waking up in the master suite is a treat, since it’s aft on the upper deck. Additionally, it has a private alfresco area, simply accessed via sliding glass doors. Guests wake up to terrific views, too, thanks to main-deck accommodations.
On the off chance that Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate, Soaring puts plenty of inside diversions at your fingertips. For example, she has a library on the owner’s deck, forward. Every now and then, you can look up from your book and peer out the windows, providing a terrific view, to see if the weather is changing. If your muscles ache from too much fun on the toys—which include mountain bikes, not just SeaBobs and other watercraft—hit the spa for a massage, or sit in the sauna or steam room.
The yacht is for sale and for charter through the central agency of Ocean Independence. Her weekly charter rate starts at €800,000. Her asking price is €105 million.
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