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    09 09
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    Giga Yacht Privilege One is a Mansion on the Seas At 127 Meters Long!

    privelege-on-giga-yachtPrivilege Yachts is in the final stages of constructing the 127m mega yacht named Privilege One that encompasses 10 decks and a long list of top-line amenities and state-of-the art features and engineering.  Since its establishment in 2008, the Privilege Yard, located in Citavecchia, Italy, has developed a reputation as a giga yacht specialist, designing and building ultra luxurious yachts up to 210m in length.

    Called a mansion on the seas, elegance, luxury and perfection characterize the Privilege One. The exterior has classic, elegant and contemporary lines along with a slender bow that gives the impression of a fast, streamlined ship. The bright, ultra modern interior features a lot of sweeping lines, chrome and reflective surfaces, unique custom furniture and features that enjoying life to the fullest. Possibly the most outstanding feature of the Privilege One are her gyroscopic and other technical features that eliminate most of the pitch, roll and noise inherent with ships of almost any size.

    The owner’s suite is a 700-square-meter sleek retreat with a private elevator, balcony and private passageways to many of the yacht’s public areas. The large bedroom features his and her king-size beds on separate stabilized gyroscope platforms, two bathrooms, two dressing areas, two tea-comers, a sauna and Turkish bath. The owner’s bedroom opens up onto a 200-square-meter private deck with a crescent-shaped swimming pool and Jacuzzi along with ample room for sunning and enjoying the scenery. The VIP suite, at 550 square meters, also has a private elevator and the same amenities as the owner’s suite.

    Privilege One can accommodate up to 28 passengers along with 54 crew members.  In addition to the owner and VIP suites, the ship’s guest suite area encompasses, 1,830 square meters with 12 individually themed suites at 150 square meters. Each private suite has its own private balcony, Jacuzzi, dressing rooms, mini gym, two bathrooms, studio, bedroom and tea corner. The themed suites have décor and furniture to match. The Roman suite for example, has a bath with mosaic floor reminiscent of those found in ancient Roman villas, while the Greet suite features Greek-style pottery and tiling in a key pattern. Guests will also find Egyptian and Japanese suites, along with several Maya suites. The crew area includes 32 single/double cabins and an additional 10 cabins for serving staff.

    The ship’s public areas are no less impressive, featuring lots of sweeping lines, chrome and reflective surfaces in a minimalist style. Three large staircases grace Privilege One, including the Panoramic Staircase, the Circular Staircase and the Colorful Aquarium Staircase that wraps around a circular vertical aquarium. Stabilized areas that provide an exceptionally smooth cruising experience include the public dining room that features a large circular dining table and a library, which also has a circular configuration. The spacious living room features a baby grand piano and flat screen video entertainment system. Nothing is left to the imagination here, neither is anything or anyone left wanting.

    Privilege One also has  multiple bars and lounges, an auditorium, movie theater and even a ballroom.

    Privilege One is equipped with a host of amenities that include extended platforms that allow interior areas to open up onto decks that make for large indoor/outdoor social spaces. All passengers can enjoy including a fully equipped gymnasium, billiard room, mini-golf garden, wine cellar. For medical emergencies, there is a first aid room and surgical area for minor procedures.

    A heliport equipped with a helicopter with medical stretcher is located atop the ship. Privilege One is equipped with a number of different sized tenders that make getting from ship to shore, launched through the on-board marina an easy proposition.  Six cars, four bikes, eight boats, six jet skis, even one submarine fulfill all land and water and air transport requirements

    She is also equipped with safety features such as armored glass and doors, anti-piracy system, visual monitoring system, fire retardant materials in interior design lifeboats and rafts for emergency escape and much more.Privilege One is powered by three Azipod CD1400 motors that each produce 4500 kW of power. She has a maximum cruising speed of 20.7 knots with a range of 3,800 nautical miles.

    Privilege One is offered for sale. To see the online sale brochure with lots of pictures and specifications, please click here.  For additional information on how you can buy Privelege One, please give us a call at 954-767-0220.