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Built by Mitsubishi Industries in 1991, Sensei is a beautiful 39m luxury superyacht. She sleeps 10 guests.
Ruggedly built of foam cored fiberglass to the highest international standards, SENSEI was born again in 1996 when she went through a 13’ (4 m) extension and interior transformation, designed by Glade Johnson Design, and achieved in the Pacific Northwest Yard of Admiral Marine, world famous for their skillful fiberglass composite work.
Ten years after (in 2006/2007) she went through another extensive refit (just completed in the famous Benetti Shipyard in Italy) which gave to SENSEI another life: you will fall instantly in love with the extraordinary environment created by famous interior designer OU BAHOLYODHIN, who left intact her light oriental touch (“SENSEI” means “Master” in Japanese).
A great layout, with a huge “terrace/flybridge”, a cozy and warm sky lounge with both exterior and interior dining areas; four guest cabins and an on deck Master stateroom, are all made possible due to her larget 27' (8.2 m) beam.
From her flybridge and mast, through her interior, and down to her added extension of decks and upper lounge, every detail was intimately scrutinized to maximize the relax and comfort of the guests. Even in her engine room, major systems were replaced or upgraded with more reliable and less noisy systems.
The powerful boat deck davit can lift tenders and toys off to either side of the yacht from the boat deck. The huge transom platform offers a large shower for rinsing off prior to going on board, after enjoying the beach, swimming or enjoying the water toys.Serious improvements with charter logistics in mind, were anticipated in the refit of Sensei, such as a large professional galley, and huge storage with abundant refrigeration and freezer space.
The particulars on this page are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All prices, photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of this yacht. The copyright of all details, photographs and deckplans remains the property of their respectful owners.