The sweet sound of Symphony is a crescendo out on the open waters, Feadship’s custom superyacht was the very first to spread out over six decks, offering a stunning 101 meters for 16 guests. The gloriously large superyacht, Symphony offers a glut of sophisticated space and can often be found cruising around the warm Mediterranean waters or moored at her homeport in glitzy Monaco – the very essence of the yacht lifestyle.
Symphony has been compared to a floating beach club, a look she wears well thanks to her endless array of outdoor space, her warm teak decks, double swimming pools including one 6-meter contraflow design, exceptional lounging areas, and ease of access onto the toys and tenders waiting below. Two of her tenders are even made in matching style, both boasting that beautiful blue color to match the main yachts hull. The helipad is also a much welcome addition for those who like to hop around in style.
The sassy sun deck delivers an area of play – with bubbling jacuzzi and well stocked bar perfect for hand crafted cocktails while relaxing in the warm waters and admiring the views. The main deck is the place you will find a more than worthy swimming pool complete with its very own waterfall.
Down on the lower deck you will also find a glass bottom swimming pool alongside the wellness center and sensuous spa. The open-air cinema is also a well thought out touch for those who adore watching Hollywood favorites beneath a sky of stars. As you can see, 16 guests can spread out beautifully across this yacht and rarely run into each other.
Rainy days are few and far between along the breath of the Med, but on those days when guests long to linger indoors – Symphony doesn’t fall short. The gym and spa suite is great for those who want to be active and unwind. The library is a cozy space for curling up with a good book, and the private office and study space welcomes those who are required to blend work and play when sailing the seven seas.
In case you needed even more to keep you entertained then take your pick from treatments at the beauty salon, teeing off in the golf box, playing the piano or letting the heat of the sauna melt all stress away. Dinner parties upon Symphony are a must – with al fresco space for 20 diners.
The interior design was a Tim Heywood project, bringing together a playful dose of function and flair. In the main salon, you will find bright one of a kind furnishings and African art works adorning the walls. Throughout the design of the yacht there are motifs that tie together the ancient world with contemporary cool, from sleek grand pianos to modern art inspired tables.
The numerous tones of wood keep things textured and interesting, especially when splashed with the bounty of light that spills in through the large windows. Staterooms are soaked in elegance, and the master suite extends its charm to offer a private sauna and deck.
The ultra-modern touches (such as interactive video screen in the glass elevator) extend to the construction and powerful performance of this yacht. The stabilization system reduces the roll motion effect of sailing, ensuring the smoothest passage even on rough seas. With a top speed of 22 knots and massive fuel tanks with the capacity to reach over five thousand nautical miles – Symphony truly is the Mozart of the seas.