Built by Delta Marine in 2017, the sleek, classical exterior of the brand-new 160.76 ft (49m) meter “Endless Summer” was designed by the American luxury shipyard Christensen who were also responsible for the engineering. Crafted with the remotest of destinations in mind and boasting a range of 4000 nautical miles, Endless Summer is ideally suited to adventurous cruising to some of the most exciting destinations on Earth like remote Caribbean coral reefs, distant South Pacific islands or even New Zealand’s magnificent fiords.
Thanks to her large hull, all of the rooms on board are impressively spacious and her interior and exterior layouts offer numerous quiet spots where guests can relax. The expansive sundeck stretches over half of Endless Summer’s length and is ideal for entertaining large groups with a substantial bar, barbeque and jacuzzi which is surrounded by a comfortable sunbathing area. For those who prefer more intimate gatherings, ahead of the bridge is a smaller deck perfect for romantic candlelit dinners or relaxing with close family members while you enjoy stunning views of deserted beaches or romantic ancient ruins.
Guest accommodation is taken care of with six comfortable cabins which can sleep up to 12. Occupying the whole width of the yacht, the master suite is the most sumptuous with large portholes on either side to create a light, airy space. The remaining guest cabins consist of a VIP suite, two double cabins, a twin cabin which can be converted into a double cabin and a single cabin with a pullman bed. The crew quarters can sleep up to nine to ensure a smooth and discrete service throughout the charter.
Throughout the interior spaces the VARO styling team have achieved a warm and welcoming ambience by combining bamboo and tropical African sapele wood with sumptuous soft fabrics. In the striking main saloon and formal dining area, the designers choose to take the energy up a notch with contrasting dark Peruvian walnut and light neutral furnishings accented with bright patterns. The more-relaxed upper saloon is equipped with a large TV screen and plenty of comfortable sofas ideal for movie nights.
Ideal for oenophiles, Endless Summer is equipped with a custom-built wine cellar where you can safely store a delicious selection of fine vintages to enjoy during your charter experience. Thrill-seekers and energetic families are also well looked after with a vast selection of water toys. Endless Summer’s collection includes diving gear, three jet skis, paddleboards, Seabobs and surfboards as well as an inflatable toys and large slide. She also has a drone for those who want to capture on film the unforgettable scenery and wild natural beauty of their surroundings.
Endless Summer is available for charter year-round in French Polynesia, Tahiti and New Zealand from $250,000 (€204,000) per week plus expenses.