For every ying, there must be a yang. If the Heesen Ann G is the go-to Bond villain boat, the obvious choice for the famous James Bond is none other than this spectacular Skyfall superyacht.
Built in 2010 and designed by award-winning Patrick Knowles, this superyacht measures a massive 190’ and has 3707 sq. ft. of external deck space. It is powered by two Caterpillar 3516 engines and can reach a top speed of 21 knots (approx. 24 mph). But enough of the technical jargon, let’s take a peek inside…This 3-tier yacht can comfortably accommodate up to 17 people in its seven state rooms. Couples can cozy up in their luxurious room, all finished in Honduran Mahogany wood and wash up in the stunning bathroom shower (you and yours can both comfortably fit in there- have fun!) If you have kids, not to worry: some of the rooms, like this one, have two beds so your kids don’t have to fight over which side of the bed s/he will get.The master state is always the most glamorous, as it should be! It offers 270 degrees of visibility for gorgeous ocean views while you’re cruising about. This bedroom features a corner couch and a desk on the bottom level and the bed is on a raise platform facing the windows. The main deck boasts a marvellous main salon, a bar, a table which can accommodate six and a sitting area with plenty of couches to lounge in while you’re at sea. Just past the sliding glass doors, you’ll also find an outdoor dining and lounge area, the perfect place to sit back and enjoy the sunset with your loved ones. This yacht is also wheel-chair accessible with its elevator which services three decks from the guest accommodation to the sky lounge. The upper deck features a panoramic sky lounge and an air-conditioned aft deck. The sundeck features yet another lounge area, a bar, jacuzzi and even a place to play some ball. This $36.5 million yacht also boasts a wine cellar, a 12-seater dining room, a study room, and exercise areas (both indoors and out). What better place to have watch the waves roll by than aboard the Skyfall yacht with a vodka martini in your hand – shaken, not stirred, in classic Bond fashion.