INUKSHUK
107' German Frers (Finland)

High Rate: $ 72,000 weekly Plus Expense

Low Rate: $ 72,000 weekly Plus Expense

Guests

8

Cabins

4

Crew

Cabin Configuration:

Full Beam Master Queen + 2 VIP Twins + 1 Upper/Lower Twin, all with private, ensuite bathroom

Specifications:

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  • 107'
  • German Frers (Finland)
  • 2013
  • Caribbean
  • Eastern Caribbean Islands

  • Adam Lay Studio
  • Adam Lay Interior
    Winner of the 2014 Superyacht of the Year Award
    Sailing Performance

Water Toys

  • Snorkeling Gear
  • Paddleboard
  • Waterskis
  • Large Tender

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Description:

An award winning, state-of-the-art, sailing yacht featuring a unique interior, incorporating colors, textures and art from the lake regions of North America, the superb, 107′ Baltic Sloop, INUKSHUK, won Superyacht of the Year award in 2014. With interior design by Adam Lay, who wanted the yacht to resemble his favorite place, INUKSHUK’s saloon features rocks in the saloon (faux), Birch tree table legs, branch statues, bronze-cast lamps with Inukshuk theme, and gray oak. Colorful throw cushions are found in the saloon and in the library den. A rock statue that the Inuit people built to navigate the plains, the Inukshuk symbol assures one that you are on the right path. The full beam master cabin is forward with windows in the hull and two VIP guest cabins are aft; mirror-image Twins, they each have private baths with technohead, stone bowl sinks, and walk-in stall showers. An optional fourth guest cabin has Upper and Lowers, offered as a last resort for families…. Headboards in the guest cabins look like stone….however, it is composite stone, because a designer has to keep a carbon, performance boat light. Designed by German Frers in Finland and launched in 2013, INUKSHUK has flush teak decks and no deck house. Guests sit comfortably, undisturbed at sea, while the crew sail the boat from aft, where the shape of the hull is like a surf board; the yacht has an infinity stern…. There are full deck awnings, but the yacht has a sailing awning and spray dodger for use at sea that takes two minutes to put up. A swimming platform forward down some stairs is suitable for use with snorkeling, watersking, paddle boarding, and getting into the large tender. James Connelly, the British captain is the son of a marine engineer and salvage diver, who grew up in the family seafood restaurant/hotel on the Isle of Wight UK…. Jane Ireland, the chef from Vancouver Island would foray into the family farm garden for freshly picked, locally grown food, a hobby she continues to this day in exotic ports around the world. Carmela, the stewardess, understands the level of service and lengths to go to, in order to meet a demanding guest’s needs and, having grown up on an island in Southeast Brazil, always brings her tropical touch and true Latino smile. The yacht operates with a crew of five and is available in the Caribbean during the winter and is unavailable during the summer.

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