Lürssen has recently delivered its latest superyacht, the 85-metre Areti to her owner, who will spend the summer cruising in the Mediterranean. Areti will be publicly debuted at the upcoming edition of the Monaco Yacht Show.
The owner had already owned three other Aretis: he kept the two first models, two 39-metre yachts built by Burger Boat Co., in the Mediterranean and the United States. Later, he commissioned his 60-metre Areti to Trinity Yachts, the largest all-aluminum yacht built by the U.S. shipyard.
Featuring both exterior and interior design by Winch Design, the latest Areti has a classical profile, with a high-riding forward section and tall radar tower on the sundeck. Her colour scheme with cream-coloured hull, white superstructure and grey accents, was chosen by the owner to match his previous yachts.
Winch and the owner have collaborated closely to create the interior: entertainment areas feature a “beach-chic vibe”. The spa includes a sauna, hot tub, full-depth plunge pool, relaxation area, and “experience” shower (with multi-temperature water jets, chromotherapy lights, and aromatherapy scents). The spa connects to the large swim platform at the transom for the full ocean experience.
The layout arrangement also includes several private deck spaces for the owners and guests to enjoy the yacht in full privacy and comfort.
Built to the Passenger Yacht Code (PYC), Areti can accommodate more than 12 guests across eight guest staterooms and a full-beam master suite, which is located on the main deck. The owner’s suite has its own forward deck, with Jacuzzi and sunbed, along with a breakfast table.
Among the amenities available onboard, Areti also features a helipad located in the bow, allowing easy transfers for the owners and guests.