Superyacht Cakewalk goes on sale for $214 million


It’s time for another superyacht to get a new owner, and this time around, it is the 2010’s superstar Cakewalk. Due to its debut in the Mediterranean this year, the yacht will be anchored to be inspected by prospective buyers at Monaco alongside the Grand Prix weekend. The yacht has been built at the Derecktor Shipyards and spots exteriors by Tim Heywood Design. The interiors by Elizabeth Dalton are etched in rich rosewoods and oaks.

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The yacht has a beautiful spiral staircase along with a guest elevator that links to four additional decks. The yacht also features 4 staterooms with king-size beds, 2 staterooms with two double beds, and 1 staff/supernumerary cabin with twin bunk beds. The Master stateroom spots a private deck with a “full-beam Master stateroom,” a study, his and her bathroom set in marble, a gym, and a day spa, leading to a large saloon with a bar, lounge area, and a theatre.
The yacht is to be sold by co-central agents Merle Wood and Burgess and boasts of “the most impressive array of tenders and watersports equipment all stored in a dedicated climate-controlled garage which opens with large shell doors to port and starboard.” The Cakewalk is currently priced at €152,500,000 ($213,911,455).
[SuperYachtTimes]

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