This was another example of the work of Dennis Washington who specialized in the rebuilding of vessels. This time it was the turn of Attessa IV yacht to receive a new look, and we’re having a look inside of the result.
Originally named Evergreen, this vessel was first intended to be sold by Chang Yung-fa, chairman of the Taiwanese Evergreen Group all the way back in 2007. The current Attessa IV yacht was designed by Diana Yacht Design and built at a commercial yard in Japan. One month later the ship headed toward Vancouver Shipyards where she would be receiving her refit by the Washington Yachting Group.
This was an ambitious process that involved giving the ship a set of new elements such as a foredeck tender garage, one new spa, an all-new helipad, as well as a totally new interior layout. The intention of Washington was also to make the ship seem less commercial and worked on it to make it more “intimate” for guest both on the inside and on the outside.
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One of the main goals, when it came to the interior design, was giving the vessel a grand entrance area as well as one stunning central circulation. The lobby aside from having the spiral circular stairways is nicely decorated with Botero sculptures.
Going in deeper on the inside of the ship we can find four guest suits with an elegant decoration. From there we can find the dining room/library forward and a saloon aft. This is completed by the presence of one alfresco dining space and sun pads. But one of the most stunning rooms you can’t miss is the dining saloon, complete with one 19th century classical English fireplace.
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The master suite is something truly out of a Hollywood dream room! It has a style which reminiscent of the 30s with a unique lightwork to give it a new shine.