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M/Y Papinou is a beautiful classic displacement designed by De Vries Lentsch. She is owned by the same owner who commissioned her. M/Y Papinou is in perfect condition and ideal for long passages and extended navigation.
She has a classic and refined interior suited for Gentleman yacht’s style.
She can welcome in elegance and comfort 10 guests in 5 cabins, and the large sundeck offers the best place to enjoy cruising or a sunset cocktail.
The Owner’s suite features a King size bed with two spacious night stands as well as ample closets. The en-suite bathroom is equipped with a Jacuzzi style bath.
Two double guest cabins aft and two twin guest cabins forward all with en-suite showers.
One single crew cabin with en-suite bathroom and a shower. Three double crew cabins and two separate bathrooms.
The spacious aft deck features a large round table and chairs. The main deck saloon has 3 sofas, a coffee table, a small library, a few storage cupboards, a drinks cabinet and a small fridge. Annexed to the main saloon and separated by two sliding doors is a study which has a large desk and three chairs, and also offers a small library and storage cupboards.
Moving forward down the starboard passageway are stairs leading to the upper and lower decks as well as a door leading to the starboard deck and a door leading port towards the galley.
The galley is spacious and contains a microwave oven, electrical hot plates, a large oven, three fridge/freezers and two large working areas with ample space.
Adjacent to the galley is the crew dining area with a table and couches; a door out onto the port deck which goes from aft to bow to the forward mooring station, and a door on the starboard side leading back to the Owner’s stateroom.
The full width Owner’s suite has a King size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a Jacuzzi style bath.
On the main decks, port and starboard, there are ladders to allow guests to climb on board from the sea while at anchor or to provide access to the sea for swimming.
The guest cabins are accessed by stairs from the main deck passageway and are composed of four comfortable cabins with ample closet space and large bathrooms with shower.
There are two VIP cabins with king size bed and two twin cabins.
Stairs from the main deck crew quarters lead down first to the laundry room and moving forward, to the crew cabins.
There is one single crew cabin with en-suite bathroom and a shower. Three double crew cabins and two separate bathrooms. The forward port side crew cabin has an emergency exit that leads to the forward mooring station.
The upper deck can be accessed by stairs from the main deck interior passageway, or by stairs from the aft main deck.
At the very aft of the deck, behind the stairs there is a tender in which can be stored a second “small” deflated tender, and a crane.
The outside aft upper deck features a large outdoor oval table and chairs which are covered by a canvas for shading.
Moving forward through the main doors is a large indoor dining area with a wide oval table and chairs, a small fridge, storage cabinets and a wine chiller.
Forward from the dining room there is on the starboard side is a service restroom and a door leading to the starboard deck; and on the port side there is a service door leading to a small pantry which provide a station for the hostess for the final preparation of the service.
The pantry has many cabinets for storage of service items and provisions. It is also equipped with a hot plate to keep food warm, a small fridge and a glass washing machine.
There is also a serving tray lift to bring the food up from the galley.
From the pantry towards the bow, a sliding door forms a separation with the wheelhouse where all the nautical equipment can be found.
The wheelhouse can also be accessed on either side from both outdoor decks.
The sun deck is accessed by the outside aft upper deck stairs which lead to an open and spacious teak deck with sun beds, sun chairs and small side tables.
A semi round tent can be pulled up in the front of the sun deck to provide shades and shelter if needed.
Two large cabinets provide ample space for storing towel.
There I also a small fridge and sink, and a small shower is available for cooling down.
She has been built for her sole owner under the supervision of W DVL and particular attention was about the sound insulation (over than €400000 have been spent to optimize the noise/vibration level) and comfort for her guests at anchor and underway (zero-speed stabilizers).
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