• PEGASUS
    PEGASUS

PEGASUS

Feadship | From EUR€ 220,000/wk

53.00 metres | 12 Guests | 6 Cabins | 14 Crew


An outstanding 53.00m (173' 11") luxury superyacht, PEGASUS (ex White Rabbit, Flying Eagle, Princess Marla) was built in 1997 and refitted in 2009 by the renowned Dutch shipyard Feadship. Throughout the years she has been meticulously maintained by her highly-professional crew of 14, while offering accommodation for up to 12 charter guests over a six-cabin layout. In 2017, she received brand-new soft furnishings, including carpets, cushions, linen and more.

Spreading four fabulous decks, the yacht offers numerous exterior and interior relaxation and dining areas. She is elegant with beautiful artwork and attention to detail throughout. The interiors are characterised by modern, stylish and inviting atmosphere with plenty of natural light flooding the inside.

The master suite is located on the main deck forward and spreads the entire beam of the vessel. The suite boats stunning art work and hand-woven rugs from Kenya. It comprises a study, a beautiful marble bathroom, a wardrobe and an adjacent room with a sofa/bed.

The remainder of the accommodation is situated on the lower deck and incorporates two VIP suites and three double guest cabins, each with a Pullman berth. All the suites are uniquely decorated and boast flat screen TVs.

The fabulous sun deck has a massive Jacuzzi pool, a plunge pool with plenty of seating areas around and a full bar and grill, while the lounge deck can accommodates up to 22 people for a dinner. Another dining area is found in the main saloon for a more formal meal. The beach club can also be used for a dining set up for an early morning breakfast or cocktails, in addition to an easy access to the water and the fantastic selection of water toys. Amenities also include gym set up and state-of-the art audio/visual equipment.

PEGASUS is powered by two 2800 BHP - Cat 3516 DI-TA engines, reaching a top speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. She has a fuel consumption of 390 litres per hour.

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