- One tender Viper 4.8m with 70hp outboard engine Yamaha
- jet-ski Sea Doo 260 GTX-IS Limited Edition
- water skis for adults and children
- wakeboard for adults and children
- two tubes
- one fly couch
- two paddle boards
- basic fishing equipment
- snorkeling equipment
|Year Built||2010 (Original)|
The luxury motor yacht was first built by Azimut in 2010. It measures 103 feet in length and uses Rolls Royce Kamewa jet engines, which makes the yacht both silent and fast.
The interior of Duke is equal parts elegant and comfortable. The main salon is surrounded by large glass windows, and even a glass sunroof, that let in ample amounts of natural light. The salon is characterized by rich, dark teak wood flooring, glass accents, cream coloring and plenty of comfortable couches, seating areas and glass coffee tables – elements that can be found throughout the entire yacht interior. A glass dining table is surrounded by eight crocodile chairs, and white-cloth Venetian blinds cover the adjacent windows.
Outside, a stunning and well-lit aft deck serves as the perfect space to relax and unwind with family and friends. There is a large, U-shaped sofa, a sunbathing area, plenty of alfresco dining and an optional Bimini shade. On the flybridge, there is a sundeck with a large sofa, a white-lacquer refrigerator and ice maker, a sink, low sunbeds, and – throughout all of the outer decks – a music system that can work independently in each area with the help of a remote control.
All of the outer deck areas are covered in light teak wood, and all seating areas have the same beige, crocodile material as the chairs in the formal dining room. Active charter guests onboard will love the large garage, which houses a tender, a 3-seater jet-ski, scuba diving gear, a large range of water toys and even a bicycle.
Duke can accommodate 10 guests in 4 cabins.
- One Master cabin on the lower deck with queen size bed.
- One VIP cabin on the lower deck with queen size bed.
- Two cabins with twin beds on the lower deck with a Pullman berth each, one convertible to double.