Since the situation with traveling is finally quickly changing, charterers can really think of spending this summer on board a luxury yacht. Charter superyacht Axioma has been welcoming guests from June 15. She is a 72.5m luxury yacht, built by Turkish custom superyacht builder Dunya Yachts and delivered in 2013. Istanbul-based shipyard undertakes the refit, repair and new construction of yachts in the 70-100 m range.
This winter Axioma had a refit and now she reveals new hull color for the charter season. This turquoise blue makes her really special and noticeable. But it is not the only update that the superyacht has received. Also she offers a new selection of tenders and toys. Refitted Axioma got a new captain, Charlie Rowlands, and new stewardesses Leanne Cilia, Milly
Bishop and Mojca Mesojedec.
The superyacht is built with sophisticated mechanical equipment and meticulous no design. With a beam of 12 m and a draft of 4 m, she has a steel hull and steel superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 1620 tons. Axioma is powered by two Caterpillar engines of 3150 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
She was designed by Sterling Scott with O. Tanju Kalaycioglu developing the naval architecture. Her elegant interior, which creates a bright, summertime feel, was created by the legendary designer Alberto Pinto. It features a colourful palette with reds, emeralds, blues, greens and earth tones. Axioma can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 his luxurious staterooms including a master suite, VIP suite and four guest double cabins, two of which are convertible into twins. Also this massive yacht is capable of having 20 crew members onboard.
She will be returning to the Caribbean and Bahamas for planning winter charters later this year. Axioma is available for charter with YPI, with €595,000 per week.