Cecil Wright is delighted to announce it has secured the global central agency for the largest yacht currently for sale for immediate use, the 95m Lurssen masterpiece, KISMET. This appointment includes a reduction in price of EUR 20,000,000. She is now asking EUR 149,000,000.

Designed to be the most spectacular luxury yacht available for charter, KISMET features the pioneering styling of acclaimed and award-winning design studio, Espen Oeino. For the interior the owner’s brief to Reymond Langton Design was to create a feeling of relaxed opulence, based on a ‘Champagne & Caviar’ theme across both entertaining and private areas, whether guests are throwing a stylish party or simply relaxing over drinks.

KISMET has exemplary entertaining spaces to surpass all day to evening guest desires. A double-height main salon with accents of black and gold Art Deco architecture is accessed by an exquisite sweeping staircase, spanning the main and upper deck aft. Beneath the staircase is a unique and ornate centrepiece grand piano ideally placed for guest entertaining and the salon also features two fireplaces for tranquil after hours relaxing. Other more informal entertaining spaces include the sky lounge with its sumptuous and stylish decor and a large sports bar that opens out across the vast deck aft, which can effortlessly transform into a disco nightclub.

For leisure, one of her many highlights include a mosaic tiled pool with an inset jacuzzi on the upper foredeck designed to allow guests a panoramic viewpoint of the sea and coastlines whilst underway or at-anchor. Another impressive exterior feature is the secondary helipad on the foredeck which doubles up as a basketball court, whilst the helipad on the bridge deck is easily converted into a relaxed outdoor lounging area. Guests comfort is assured at night as well as by day, by a fire pit with an integrated waterfall on the aft deck to allowing just the right amount of heat for guests who want to dine al fresco a short distance away. And to allow for outside dining in humid climates or windy weather conditions there is a winter garden for guests on the upper deck.

For onboard entertainment KISMET has a myriad of options including a cinema screen on the foredeck, a party-friendly and spacious main salon, and multiple exterior relaxing spaces. For the more active there is a full suite of tenders and toys including jet-skis, towable toys, scuba diving and snorkelling equipment, as well as four tenders. This equipment is housed in a garage which also doubles up as a space for waterside aerobics and yoga. Other wellness features include a fully dedicated spa with hammam, spa bath, cold plunge pool, steam shower, massage room and a state-of-the-art gymnasium with opening shell doors which are all accessible via the central elevator. In addition, for hair and beauty, a separate salon was specifically designed outside the spa centre.

Continuing with the sports theme, reflective of her current owner’s passion, KISMET features a custom-built club room which can also be converted into a comfortably sized cinema. The staircase leading into the main salon is flanked by two full-height video walls allowing guests to socialise but also keep up with their favourite team.

As expected of a yacht of her size and calibre, KISMET is designed to comfortably accommodate 16 guests in 8 opulent staterooms with the owner’s suite occupying the forward half of the upper deck. This master suite features his and hers bathrooms, a private deck with jacuzzi, a personal office for attending to any necessary business and direct access to the yacht’s helipad. Two further generously sized VIP suites on the main deck are decorated in the same opulent style as the interior social spaces, whilst the remaining staterooms adopt Art Deco and Japanese themes to provide a stunning array of sleeping options. To ensure guests have a high level of personal service a crew of 26 plus Captain are on board to attend to all guest needs.

As a custom displacement yacht, KISMET also features ‘at anchor stabilisers’ increasing onboard comfort at anchor and in rough waters. With a cruising speed of 14 knots, a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 6,000nm from her 220,000 litre fuel tanks, she effortlessly combines performance with luxury.

Commenting on the announcement Chris Cecil-Wright said: “KISMET is quite simply a masterpiece in today’s market and made more attractive by her asking price which has been reduced by twenty million euros. This equates to a price per gross ton of 49,500 euros which is about half of her current newbuild cost so offers phenomenal value to a new owner. Coupled with the fact that KISMET is available to start cruising immediately, for private use or on the charter market, she must surely be the best opportunity in the large yacht sector today.”

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