A 228-foot superyacht built just this year is now available for charter in the Caribbean or Mediterranean.
The streamlined exterior and lavish interior were both designed by Nuvolari Lenard and can accommodate up to 12 guests in six spacious suites, with additional space for four personal staff in two more cabins. The boat also fits a crew of 29.
This stunning ship, which has an art gallery and a hair salon onboard, is available for charter via Moran Yacht & Ship for €1 million, or about $1.29 million, per week.
Designers at Nuvolari Lenard didn't want the Quatroelle to look like a small cruise ship — instead they wanted it to look 'sporty' and designed the exterior as such.
The owner's deck, seen here, has ample space for entertaining. It's the largest and most luxurious of the five decks with three cabins, four full bathrooms, a day head (small bathroom), an office, a pantry, and two outdoor terraces.
13 different types of stones were used when designing the interior of the ship. A sparkling white double vanity can be seen here in one of the yacht's many bathrooms.
Although the yacht has a full cinema with an enormous screen for movies, almost every room features a smaller screen for guests.
A full bar with accompanying seating area features a mirrored ceiling and is perfect for those chilly nights on the open sea.
The massive yacht has almost too many extravagant seating areas to count, including these two, which face away from each other and attempt to divide the room into two separate sections.
This sitting room, although heavy on pillows, has a tasteful hardwood panel to hide what's no doubt another flatscreen embedded in the wall.
The yacht features a crystal-encrusted dining room that can seat up to 16 for formal entertaining...
...and a more casual (but still somehow incredibly formal) outdoor setting that can seat 14, perhaps for lunch.
Guests who recline in this 'alcove' can enjoy a great view of both the television program of their choosing and the wide open ocean. Just be careful not to spill.
The impressive engine room is seen here. The yacht's two super-powerful Cat 3516B-HD engines propel the boat forward with style.
The Quatroelle can travel at up to 16 knots, or about 20 miles per hour, impressive rate for a boat its size.
The ship's captain can speak to the entire crew via a loudspeaker in pilothouse, and eight screens provide various information to help the crew navigate with extreme precision.
Another of the yacht's 10+ bathrooms is seen here, complete with a tub overlooking the ocean and towels emblazoned with the Quatroelle's signature mark: 4 Ls. They stand for Love, Life, Luxury, and Liberty. Logical for an incredibly fancy yacht.
Even the guest cabins feature desks, in case you need to get some urgent work done during your $1.3 million vacation.
A grand staircase with a stylised modern banister beckons guests toward the upper levels of the ship.
The full cinema is one of the boat's most unique features - instead of being buried on one of the lower levels of the ship, it's situated on the main deck, allowing guests to make a seamless transition from outdoor to indoor entertainment.
The massive infinity pool has an artificial counter-current and a full dive station, and appears to drop off directly into the ocean.
Guests can work up a sweat in the Quatroelle's spacious gym while they soak in spectacular ocean views.
The enormous kitchen is fully-staffed and outfitted with stainless steel appliances, countertops, and cabinets.
Another of the guest suites is pictured here, with a lavish interior and useful room-darkening shades.
Enormous glass windows are a constant throughout the ship, allowing those inside to see the open ocean from almost anywhere.
The boat is large enough to feature a fully-staffed hair-and-makeup salon. It also holds an art gallery.
The belly of the yacht holds luxury water sports toys including multiple jet skis and an additional smaller boat for waterskiing.
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