The 2011 Feadship motor yacht AIR with the builder’s trademark flared bow, is the largest ship from the Dutch yard available for charter.
AIR can accommodate up to12 guests across seven cabins in superb style and comfort, including a capacious split-level master suite with a separate observation lounge, one VIP stateroom, four double cabins and one twin cabin. She is also capable of carrying up to 21 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
AIR was designed by the revered De Voogt Naval Architects, with interiors by superyacht designer Remi Tessier.
The interiors are the epitome of minimal, with lots of white, light woods and carved glass, and hints of high status in the back-lit white onyx and rare materials such as palladium leaf.
The gym, massage area and steam room connect to the vast sundeck, meaning you can both sunbathe (there are lounge areas fore and aft) and rejuvenate yourself without having to go far. Alternatively, you can watch a film on the huge pop-up cinema screen.
If you do feel the need to switch decks, to visit the eight-metre contra flow pool on the main deck forward for instance, simply jump in the elevator, which connects all the levels.
There is also a large foldable swimming platform with bar and ultra-modern stabilisation system, which reduces rolling motion at sea or anchor.
Best of all though, with its own helipad – AIR is the first superyacht built under Annex 2 of LY2 to have a fully certified commercial helicopter pad – you choose when to arrive and when to depart.