Princess Yachts Monaco sells M Class M/Y Solaris
Published: Thursday, 02 March 2017
Princess Yachts Monaco sold the 40m Princess Yachts M Class M/Y Solaris in an in-house deal. Solaris was on the market with Princess Yachts Monaco for short period of time prior to her sale.
(Photos: Princess Yachts - M/Y Solaris)
Solaris is the finalist in the World Superyacht Awards 2015. She was showcased at the Monaco Yacht Show 2016.
Solaris enjoys a six-cabin interior, the result of a collaborative project between the Princess Design Studio and Mark Berryman Design. Her interior features two master staterooms and a full gymnasium all finished in handpicked oak timber.
The upper deck of Solaris was transformed into a owner's deck with a stateroom, seating area, separate office and en-suite, all surrounded by large sections of glass. Through the stateroom's steel doors, a private deck is located aft with a dining area and expansive seating. From here stairs lead to the main deck below or up to the sun deck.
The second master stateroom lies across the full beam of the main deck, in its forward position, and enjoys a seating area, separate office and en-suite. As with all M Class yachts, tall sections of glass run along each side for the views and natural light.
The lower deck accommodates four en-suite cabins, two double cabins aft and two twin cabins with sliding berths, as well as a fully Technogym-equipped gymnasium lying forward.
The main deck of Solaris features an entrance lobby with feature bulkhead and ornate console that create privacy for guests. The saloon seating area can accommodate up to 12 guests with a separate dining area located forward. Sliding doors to port and starboard lead out to deck-side balconies connecting the entertaining space with the anchorage.
The aft main deck has been designed with a large removable awning, offering shade to the seating area below. Twin access from the aft deck leads to the beach club. The yacht is equipped with a 6.25m tender and two jet skis, together with a full dive room.