Kiss is the second Dubois design to be built by Feadship, featuring a distinct exterior design with a large bulwark window, which measures 6.5 metres. As with all Dubois superyacht projects, space is a focal element, enhanced by the large doors that are found adjacent to the main entrance.
There is an unusual accommodation layout on-board, with the entire upper deck dedicated to a private owner’s apartment, complete with a six-seat dining table on the aft deck and a comfortable saloon. There is also a sunroof aboard, which opens up to add more light to the interior.
On the exterior deck, there is a transom swim platform, a special underwater ‘playpen’ and a Jacuzzi, found on the sundeck. The main deck VIP suite occupies the forward section of the superstructure, with great views out to the ocean through the glazed bulwarks.
There are a further three twin cabins and a double stateroom aboard, plus four crew cabins, a special staff cabin and a captain’s cabin positioned near the raised pilothouse.
Her transatlantic range is powered by two 1,450hp Caterpillars, giving her a top speed of 16.5 knots and a economical cruising at 14 knots.