Simpson Yacht Charter, a division of Asia’s leading yacht dealership and brokerage firm Simpson Marine, is delighted to welcome the spectacular superyacht Xanadu of London in their fleet as Central Agency. The 33-metre superyacht is now available for charter in Phuket, Thailand and the South-East Asia, providing a unique opportunity for clients to experience luxury yachting at its finest.
Superyacht Xanadu of London boasts a stunning exterior design by Dubois Naval Architects, with a sleek and modern profile that exudes sophistication and elegance. Her interior is equally impressive, with a contemporary and minimalist design that creates a serene and comfortable atmosphere for guests.
The superyacht can accommodate up to eight guests in four spacious cabins, including a full-beam master suite, one VIP cabin, and two double cabins. All cabins are ensuite and feature luxurious amenities and high-quality finishes, providing a luxurious and comfortable retreat for guests.
Xanadu of London also boasts impressive outdoor areas, including a spacious flybridge with a functional bar and comfortable lounging areas. The yacht’s aft deck features a dining area and comfortable lounging spaces, perfect for al fresco dining and relaxation.
Water sports enthusiasts will also appreciate the yacht’s extensive collection of water toys, including a tender, wakeboard, jet ski, sea scooter, water skis, SUPs, snorkeling equipment, and towable toys.
Nick Longstaff, Charter Manager at Simpson Yacht Charter Thailand & SEA, expressed his excitement about the addition of the superyacht Xanadu of London to their fleet, saying “We are thrilled to have Xanadu of London as a part of our Simpson Yacht Charter fleet. This stunning superyacht offers a truly unique and luxurious charter experience for our clients, and we are excited to share her with them.”
With her head-turning design, luxurious amenities, and extensive range of water toys, Xanadu of London is the ideal choice for those seeking a unique and unforgettable charter yacht experience in South-East Asia.
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