Year2010
Loa59.85 m
Beam11.4 m
Draft3.55 m
InteriorFelix Buytendijk Design
ExteriorFelix Buytendijk Design
HullSteel
SuperstructureSteel / GRP
Max. speed16 knots
Cruising speed14.5 knots
Gross tonnage1,143

Year: 2010

Loa: 59.85 m

Beam: 11.4 m

Draft: 3.55 m

Interior: Felix Buytendijk Design

Exterior: Felix Buytendijk Design

Hull: Steel

Superstructure: Steel / GRP

Max. speed: 16 knots

Cruising speed: 14.5 knots

Gross tonnage: 1,143

Project number

779

The afterdeck …

… provides an opulent semicircular sun terrace, open towards the back, with various sun loungers, armchairs, small tables and a big oval dining table. The octagonal Jacuzzi on the upper deck beckons with spectacular views.

JAMAICA BAY is floating proof that a classic appearance and a modern interior do not have to be contradictions.

The first thing you notice …

… about this superyacht is without a doubt her shape. The open exterior decks oriented towards the stern. The neatly drawn, smooth and unfussy deck areas towards the bow that provide the panoramic ocean views. The canoe stern without stairs and without today’s obligatory bathing platform. Here the platform reveals only when needed and, when unfolded, lies like a terrace just above sea level.

Below deck …

… the traditional design continues with a combination of classic smooth finish and rough mahogany or furniture, paneling and the curved handrail in the stairwell. Door handles and trims of polished brass as well as carefully lit oil paintings in gold frames provide a tasteful contrast to the dark wood.

For the flooring …

… the designer alternated between dark wooden planks, parquet flooring and blue carpets.

When the superyacht conquers the oceans …

… at her cruising speed of 16 knots, the Owner can enjoy breathtaking 180-degree views from his suite on the main deck.