Charter Yachts

Built for Adventurous Souls: Onboard Perini Navi’s 184ft Rosehearty

Crafted for intrepid souls and grand adventures, the romantic Rosehearty yacht invokes visions of times gone by when sail ruled the waves. Her chic exterior is the work of Ron Holland Design who took inspiration from the classic age of sail when conjuring up her elegant, curvaceous lines and crisp white hull to create a yacht that is truly timeless and utterly breath-taking to behold.

This 183.73 foot/56 metre beauty was built by Perini Navi in 2006 and underwent a stylish refit in 2016, cementing her position as one of the most desirable and fastest yachts in the Perini fleet. Highlights of her illustrious career include winning the Perini Navi Cup off the coast of Sardinia in 2015 and a highly successful expedition to the remote NorthWest Passage in 2017.

For those who prefer to stick to calmer waters, Rosehearty is the ideal charter yacht for exploring jewel-like Caribbean islands and South Polynesian wonderlands in a way that is perfectly in tune with the natural world. Her cruising speed of 13 knots and maximum sailing speed of 17 knots mean guests can enjoy a slower pace of life and discover an intimate connection with their chosen destinations.

Guests will also love her gorgeous interiors which have been styled by the talented French designer Christian Liaigre. Christian has created a modern yet timeless look that fits perfectly with Rosehearty’s identity as a sailing yacht by using white linen, Hermes leather and pale oak throughout. This invokes a peaceful, calm ambience which invites a moment of reflection or pure self-indulgence.

Much thought has been given to entertaining and socialising as well, thanks to the attractive formal dining area, ample deck seating and cockpit which cleverly converts into an open air cinema after dark. The roomy main salon also seats up to 30 guests making Rosehearty the ideal choice for hosting events or large gatherings. Kids are kept entertained with a generous selection of water toys, 60-inch television in the main salon and a charming on-deck Jacuzzi.

 

When the time finally comes to retire and fall asleep to the gentle lull of the sea, guests will find six comfortable suites which can receive up to 12 overnight guests. Amongst these well-appointed suites is a full-beam master cabin which boasts a King bed and private lounge and two VIP suites furnished with Queen beds. She is also equipped with dedicated crew quarters with capacity for 10 crew members.

Rosehearty is currently available for charter in the Caribbean and South Pacific during the summer months from $261,500 (€225,000) plus expenses.

Alice Longhurst

After her first taste of life at sea aged three, Alice spends her time writing about yachts, fine wine and the good things in life.

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