The longrange expedition luxury superyacht FELIX was converted in 2007 thanks to naval architect Gregory C Marshall and the exterior design team at Reymond Langton.

The interior, by Francois Zuretti, uses Norwegian birch burl paneling and marble flooring accommodating 14 guests in seven cabins. The master suite occupies the entire deck above the main deck with his and hers bathrooms, a study, and a separate private salon.

The main deck has a VIP suite, two Kings and two twins convertible to Kings. On the lower deck is a further twin/King convertible cabin.

The main salon is dedicated to comfort and relaxation, offering large sofas and armchairs, a bar and a state-of-the-art entertainment system providing on demand audio and video throughout the yacht.

Other features include a stainless steel and glass elevator from the guest accommodation to the bridge deck, a dedicated cinema room, a gymnasium and an automated golf driving range.

Outdoor rest and recreation are available on a large covered aft deck with built-in upholstered bench seating and a separate teak dining table and chairs for 14 guests. Upstairs, the sun deck has ample sun pads and a Jacuzzi shaded by all-weather umbrellas.

Outstanding Features:

  • Dedicated Owners deck
  • 14 person cinema
  • Automated golf driving range
  • Fully equipped gym
  • Stainless steel & glass elevator
  • Sundeck jacuzzi



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    Builder :
    Neue Jadewerft GmbH
    Year :
    Interior Designer :
    Exterior Designer :
    Reymond Langton
    Length :
    70 meters
    Beam :
    11.5 meters
    Cabins :
    Cruising Speed :
    12.5 knots
    Max Speed :
    14 knots
    Flag :
    Cayman Islands
    Draft :
    4.2 meters
    Engines :
    2 x CAT 3512B
    Generators :
    3 x CAT 245 kW
    Hull Material :
    Refit :
    Crew :

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