The 38m Hakvoort superyacht adds unique quality to the Australian market, and will be swapping Sydney for the Whitsundays in mid-April for the Winter Season. The Dutch-built superyacht features an interior design penned by renowned designer Donald Starkey, who took great care in selecting the finest natural materials to create a sophisticated atmosphere throughout, with distinctive artwork adding a glorious finishing touch.
Perle Bleue’s main deck welcomes guests with a beautifully decorated out main salon which offers panoramic views out to sea and numerous arrangements based on guests’ preferences. The superyacht is blessed with plenty of large social areas for guests to enjoy during their charter, notably an open and airy sky lounge with a complete entertainment system and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Perfectly suited for charters suiting different group types and demographics, Perle Bleue has flexible accommodation which can be configured to sleep up to 12 guests using Pullmans. The luxurious staterooms include one master and two VIP queen staterooms, with two convertible guest cabins. All staterooms offer en-suite facilities.
In 2013, Perle Bleue completed an extensive refit that upgraded the yacht with exciting new amenities, not least being the Teppanyaki Bar on the spacious sun deck. The refit also included the addition of updated A/V and communications equipment, along with an enticing arsenal of water toys.
Primed to allow guests to maximise their time on the water, Perle Bleue’s toys include two 3-person jet skis, two SeaBobs, water skis and snorkelling gear. For relaxing experiences on the decks after a day of exploration, the yacht also offers a Jacuzzi, shaded beach BBQ and plenty of sun pads.
With a highly professional crew led by Captain Marcus Vanoort, Perle Bleue is available for both liveaboard and intimate event charters.
Perle Bleue is one of a number of superyachts to have arrived in Australia over recent months, as Australian owners unable to travel to the Mediterranean bring their vessels home. There are still more arrivals to come in the near future, and this influx will only increase further when borders reopen with Australia now open to charter for internationally flagged superyachts.