Bond Magic: Elegant 007 Available to Charter with Hill Robinson

By Christina Tsangaris

The 72-metre charter charmer Elegant 007, is now available to charter with Hill Robinson and comes with an array of stylish features, perfect for taking on the Mediterranean season by storm.

Built by Lamda Shipyard  in 2005/2017, this 72-metre superyacht offers a portal of exploration perfect for those seeking a summer escape into Mediterranean bliss. 

The interior, designed by Lally Poulias accommodates a remarkable 30 guests in 15 luxurious staterooms. A master suite on the bridge deck, a VIP suite, eight staterooms on the main deck and five further staterooms on the lower deck, all with a wide and wonderful range of entertainment facilities for a sumptuous stay on the water.

Guest rooms include an art deco-styled dining room, a main saloon that opens aft to an 88m² deck, and a second saloon on the bridge deck. Not to mention, an invitation for guests to enjoy a state-of-the-art gymnasium topped with a beauty salon, a massage room and a sauna. Offering a blissful escape into sumptuous Mediterranean shores, her stylish silhouette is a breathtaking vision across melting Mediterranean sunsets. 

Aside from Elegant 007's bond-style aesthetic, her plethora of water toys ensure a high-octane escape for all the family. Toys include everything from kayaks and waterski's to Seadoo's and wake boards, not to forget snorkeling gear for underwater exploration across the Technicolor reefs of the East and Western Mediterranean. 

Charter guests can take to the on-deck Jacuzzi, 12 person spa pool, perfect for friends and family to enjoy, and not to mention a home theatre, idyllic for further entertaining after a day of activity on the water. 

Luxury and comfort are the truest ways to describe Elegant 007.The vessel's stabilisers at anchor, and underway, ensures a seamless journey onboard that is much like being onboard, an almost unfelt floating mansion. 

Elegant 007 is available with Hill Robinson for charter across the West & East Mediterranean across the Summer and Winter seasons. 

By Christina Tsangaris
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