Launched in March 2012, Loretta Anne is a new stunning superyacht by Dubois. It is a 47-meter vessel with a sleek streamline hull that flaunts a fresh, modern design. Built by Alloy Yachts, it has gorgeous interiors by Donald Starkey.
The main feature of Loretta Anne is the high level of comfort that it provides for all its guests. All its spaces communicate fluently with each other, ensuring a seamless transition from one area to another, and from one deck to another. Also, there are some areas on the vessel that have two or even more purposes, in order to make optimum use of every available inch. One of the VIP cabins for instance can be easily and quickly converted into a fully functional gym.
With two and a half decks, the yacht is large enough to comfortably transport and accommodate up to 8 people, plus the owner. The guest cabins are located on the lower deck, where there is also a central lobby. They all have en-suite facilities with shower areas, and flaunt luxe finishes throughout. The aforementioned convertible guest cabin is also located on this level.
In all, there are three VIP cabins and one twin cabin, plus a full beam master suite for the owner. The master stateroom is the most lavish of all, with huge windows, luxe curvy furnishings, and a warm color palette. The suite also features separate his and hers bathrooms, a private office, storage facilities, and a walk-in wardrobe.


 
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