183-Ft Luxury Yacht “My Seanna” In St George’s

April 5, 2016

The 183-foot superyacht My Seanna is presently in St George’s, with the luxury yacht boasting six spacious cabins, a helipad, oval waterfall Jacuzzi,a sun deck, sauna, and luxurious fittings featuring white marble and 22-carat gold leaf.

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According to the charter company’s website – which lists the charter rates at $350,000 a week – ”My Seanna underwent a considerable 18-month refit in 2014, which included a 7.6m stern extension that created vast deck spaces on three levels and a new refined, opulent interior through the use of white marble, 22-carat gold leaf and the latest technology.

Seanna Yacht Bermuda April 2016 (1)

“She has the capacity to effortlessly accommodate 12 guests in six spacious cabins, fitted with two queen beds or one king bed in each cabin for greater flexibility. With 12 experienced crew members, guests will be offered the ultimate one-to-one service on board.

“Following her extensive rebuild, she now boasts extensive deck areas to play host to a helipad, an oversized oval waterfall Jacuzzi with a swim up bar, numerous relaxation and dining areas and spectacular panoramic views offered from the crow’s nest.

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“Her expansive sun deck offers an outdoor cinema with a 132” screen, a sauna, and a top of the range gym equipment with an onboard personal trainer.

“Her beach club with an approved RYA watersports centre houses a plethora of the latest water toys including a 15 meter slide, an inflatable platform with jetski docking stations and an Opacmare swim platform.

“Her 12.2m Van Dutch tender is the ultimate guest transport; sunset cruises, ideal for fishing and simply voyaging in style and comfort.”

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  1. Jeremy Deacon says:

    too small – i need something bigger

  2. wahoo says:

    At least she don’t have no outriggers or down riggers! Those things mess me right up.

  3. PANGAEA says:

    If Bermuda is to encourage more private yachts to visit Bermuda may be it would be a good idea to make the surrounding dock area more attractive, all it take is a little imagination, like they do over in Dubai.,to start with, a few flags will go along way.

    • Kathy says:

      Yes, we are SO BEHIND the times when it comes to attracting tourism! We need an OVERHAUL!