Yacht Charter Fleet
- Famous DynaRig design
- Excellent sailing overall performance
- Largest outside cinema screen
- On board massage therapist
- Experienced & friendly staff
- Recently refitted
S/Y Maltese Falcon is worldwide's most notable superyachts ever before built, along with her futuristic design, and cutting edge technology.
Delivered through the exemplary Perini Navi shipyard in 2006 before becoming refit to an exacting standard in 2015, the 88m/289ft cruising boat ‘Maltese Falcon’ happens to be very iconic superyachts readily available for charter.
Cutting a really unique profile by way of the woman revolutionary DynaRig mast, the Maltese Falcon is rolling out a number one reputation amongst charterers whilst even while obtaining a lengthy directory of prizes from distinguished business critics.
Styling the surface plus designing the inner, the world-renowned Ken Freivokh has guaranteed that the areas are not just stylish, but highly functional. Indeed, beneath her commanding sails the Maltese Falcon offers an accumulation of specialized living spaces which all exude a gentle and welcoming calm. Generating many places which merge effortlessly using interior, Ken Freivokh provides visitors with choices when it comes to enjoy the sun-drenched cruising reasons of Maltese Falcon. With numerous tables and seating plans available from bow to stern, there’s flexibility both for formal and informal occasions. Possibly the most impressive feature for the exterior, however, may be the projector screen positioned behind the low sail which doubles up as a screen to permit friends to savor a movie night in stars. Just as if the concept of an luxury outdoor cinema ended up beingn’t appealing adequate, it will be the biggest of its kind to be found on any superyacht.
The inner of superyacht Maltese Falcon is every bit as impressive as the outside, with a selection of colourful finishings which makes it certainly unique. Balancing modern artwork through the Owner’s very own collection with more typically inspired furnishings, both the public and visitor areas consists of top-notch fabric, timber, steel, and glass. The design balances with form and purpose like pretty much every various other aspect of the boat, with an atrium amidships uniting the accommodation from the reduced deck while the lobby found on the bridge deck. Detailed with a separate reading space, full-beam living area, and an extremely roomy main hair salon, it’s clear that every need of those up to speed is comfortably predicted. Flanked by numerous windows and benefitting from skylights, the amount of day light which spills into Maltese Falcon is certainly worth note.