Since Virtuosity means having extraordinary talent in music or another artistic pursuit, it’s only fitting that the yacht Virtuosity be capable of taking yachting vacations up a notch. With sumptuously soothing spaces and equally amped-up party areas, she’s just joined the Fraser charter fleet. You can host memorable weeks with friends and family starting with the upcoming Christmas holidays, too.
Virtuosity is a Sanlorenzo 57 Steel superyacht, having seen delivery this summer. She’s therefore one of the newest charter yachts you can book. For those of you seeking some solitude from hectic daily life, you’re in for a treat. Primary charterers have a 581-square-foot (54-square-meter) stateroom, a true private oasis, on the upper deck. Rimmed in nearly floor-to-ceiling glass, it additionally has sliding glass doors at the foot of the bed. They lead out to an all-encompassing lounging, sunning, and soaking area. The glass-fronted hot tub is surrounded by sunpads that invite you to sink in and stay for the afternoon. You can invite your friends and family for cocktails or conversation, too. The hot tub is long enough for a small crowd, plus abundant seating awaits. Guests can access it from the side decks leading from the skylounge, too.
One of the ways the yacht Virtuosity pampers the rest of your party is via a second master suite. It’s forward on the main deck, again with enviable views. Further enviable, it contains a convertible massage bench in the dressing area. More VIPs get staterooms below decks, while you can additionally have a staff member or nanny join the group in a single cabin. It’s adjacent to a twin cabin.
Interestingly, the main saloon and dining area are as comfortably casual, thanks to Lissoni & Partners working with the owners, as they can be party places. Typically, saloons have facing settees, perhaps a chair or two as well. In open-plan arrangements, the dining area still has a degree of separation. There’s less separation here, with back-to-back, super-long settees essentially defining the saloon and dining areas respectively. In fact, the one for the saloon faces aft, taking in the views, further grouping together with armchairs and a bar to create a chic ambience with a natural gravitational pull.
For party time, you need only keep the sliding glass doors to the aft deck open, and start the music. The outside space here aboard the yacht Virtuosity is truly the main cocktail area. But, bigger parties take place aft on the bridge deck. The owners created a DJ “booth,” a cozy TV lounge with all the audio power necessary and striking backlit bar shelves.
Though few consider a beach club a party area, it’s certainly an action area. To that end, this yacht’s beach club delivers the wow factor. Just as Sanlorenzo has done on a few of its other series, it’s incorporated a glass ceiling, which is the bottom of the pool one deck above. Louvers ensure some privacy and shade if wanted. Fold-down platforms on three sides, plus an extending aft platform, create more than enough space for boarding watertoys and/or lounging. The watertoy assortment, complemented by a custom inflatable platform for docking and extra boarding space, is enough to keep all guests engaged everyday.
Charter the yacht Virtuosity in the winter this coming season starting at €400,000 (about $423,700 at press time) per week. Already, her summer 2024 booking schedule is open, too.
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More About the Yacht Virtuosity
LOA: 185’7” (56.5 meters)
Beam: 35’9” (10.95 meters)
Draft: 9’6” (2.93 meters)
Guests: 12 in 6 staterooms
Engines: 2/2,400-hp Caterpillars
Range: 4,000 nautical miles at 11 knots
Stylist: Zuccon International Project
Naval Architect: Marc Lombard Design Group
Interior Designer: Lissoni & Partners