The 59.22m explorer superyacht, Senses is currently in the advanced stages of her refit project, which started in August this year in Auckland.
Arriving in New Zealand in July, the refit is currently being overseen by local business, Integrated Marine Group, with Robinson Interiors undertaking the interior refurbishment of the vessel. Details surrounding the project are still unknown.
Built by the Fr. Schweers shipyard back in 1999, and with design and naval architecture by Kusch Yachts and Francis Design, Senses was created to cruise all corners of the globe with an impressive range of 6,5000nm.
As an established explorer yacht, her capabilities are enhanced by a helipad, three on-deck tenders and a further 42’ Nelson tender launched from her stern. She has six staterooms that accommodate up to 12 guests, including a full-beam master suite of 12.7m wide.
Once complete, Sense will be offered for summer charter in the Indian Ocean and South East Asia with Y.CO from USD 400,000.
For more information, visit Y.CO.