Anastasia Yacht

Anastasia Yacht
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Built at Oceanco, 75 metre Anastasia totally discards the super yacht rule book of convention. Seven decks are disguised in a huge sweeping curved superstructure that rises from the wood effect transom through to the reverse sheerline bow.

Anastasia boasts so much space for so many ideas – you buy a yacht but you get a lifestyle. Half of the lower deck is dedicated to the storage of sports equipment. Hullside doors fold down to assist with launching but also provide balconies over the sea.

There are four tenders including limousines and jetski transporters. They are all equipped with navigation and communication links so that Anastasia could be a global expedition yacht with a fleet of tenders for up-river or in-shore investigation. Nitrox scuba systems with underwater communications is yet another detail. Apart from a plush cinema, the lower deck is equipped with a medical facility.

Anastasia’s vast main saloon features an aquarium that separates lounging and dining areas. A professional sound system with lasers and lights transforms this entire area into an amazing nightclub. At 30 metres it is larger than most clubs on dry land. The duplex master suite is on the upper deck together with a special VIP double cabin. Four double suites are forward on the main deck.

Deck space is off the scale of expansive with a massive gymnasium (more like a health club) on the sun deck. By way of contrast a secluded double sunbed nestles beneath the winged masthead – like a secret hiding place from the world.

Anastasia is arguably the most highly specified yacht on the world market. Our broker, Alex Busher, has a clear-cut view: “that she commands a premium price is not in doubt but her quality and scope means that she is quite simply, in a league of her own”.

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Anthony Selden

Anthony is a New York-based writer and a graduate of Johnson & Wales University with a passion for exploring the cooler things in life. Always eager to inform, Anthony is the lifestyle editor at Elite Daily and is knowledgeable about pretty much anything within the walls of awesomeness: from the latest Lamborghini, to the most absurd burgers around. He also enjoys spontaneous skateboarding sessions on New York City's Upper East Side. Much like writing, it's what keeps the guy alive.

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