The ship’s interiors, designed by Remi Tassier, are welcoming and elegant. In fact, Tassier’s work was awarded the Baccarat trophy for the Best Interior Design at the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show – an unmistakable sign of excellence.
Accommodations include spaces for up to 12 guests in the 7 lavish staterooms. There are two VIP cabins located on the main deck, while two double and a couple of twin cabins can be found on the lower deck, all of them en suite. In addition to this, the superyacht can also accommodate up to 20 crew members. In addition to this, there are plenty of entertainment facilities, such as a Kaleidoscope Movie Library and even a concierge desk, so those on board can truly feel as if they were staying at a luxury hotel.
Grace E’s exterior areas were designed by Philippe Briand and stretch over five decks, one of which is fully devoted to wellness activities and has, among other features, a gym and a massage room with steam sauna.
Currently available for charter, during the winter you’ll find Grace E in the Caribbean, while during the warm season the superyacht spends its time traveling the Mediterranean.