As the year ends, it’s time to add a mystic hint to your yacht collection. Last year Turkish yacht marker CMB Yachts came out with the 46-meter long Mystic, which is said to be the largest European/Turkish superyacht “built completely from composite.” The exteriors have been designed by Diana Yacht Design, while the interiors have been done up by German Schnaase Interior Design with engineering from UK-based High Modulus. The saloon area is spacious, elegant, and cozy. Beyond the main saloon is a stunning dining area sporting a dark lacquered-wood dining table that can handle formal and intimated meals with élan and ease. The yacht also sports a well-equipped gym that can be reached by crossing the main deck lobby and corridor adjacent to the pantry and galley areas.
The galley is done up with “beautiful contrast of dark lacquered wooden lower cabinets and clean white countertops and top cabinets” so that preparing large meals will be fun. On the other end of the gallery is a golden walled and starry ceilinged cinema room. The yacht can accommodate ten guests in its five guest cabins. The lower deck sports four guest cabins in a combination of two doubles and two twins. The cabins will also feature en suite bathrooms with spacious showers, bidets and wash basins.
The central part of Mystic’s bridge deck has the grand master suite. The suite boasts of a “luxuriously spacious full-beam bedroom and his and hers walk-in dressing rooms, study and reading room and lush bathroom boasting a bath, separate shower, and his and hers washbasins”. The bedroom offers direct access to the upper aft deck area that contains lounging furniture perfect for a cocktail party. The yacht on sale with Burgess and Bluewater Yachting comes equipped with a sun deck , a bar, lounging area, Jacuzzi and elegantly designed fixed sun loungers.