A peek inside the Papi du Papi superyacht


Built last year for a South American based couple, the Papi du Papi is a luxurious superyacht designed by Francesco Paszkowski for ISA Yachts. The fantastic three-decker yacht features Brazilian rosewood and oak walls, floors, and furniture. The designer has used Jerusalem stone, travertine, leather, and a cotton/wool-blend fabric for the stateroom ceilings that creates an extremely appeasing and elegant ambiance. With six staterooms and 5 crew cabins, the yacht is quite accommodating – the master suite on the main deck includes a private salon, an office, a dressing room, a bedroom, and a generous his and her bathroom featuring Jerusalem stone in the shower and the bath. The rest of the rooms are on the lower deck with a rosewood staircase joining the decks

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The massive 164-foot yacht boasts a big bridge-deck theater room, featuring a 103-inch screen, a Kaleidescape library, Crestron controls, and Bowers & Wilkins speakers. The yacht is built in steel and aluminum powered by two Caterpillar 3512C engines propel Papi du Papi to a top speed of 16 knots, with a range of 4,400 nautical miles while cruising at 11 knots. The sundeck is enormous and features a large spa pool and a bar with indoor and outdoor lounging space on the aft main deck. The yacht is quite advance with its full displacement motor and truly provides a luxurious private space to the couple who bought it
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[Robbreport]