Three is not a crowd, especially if they rule their own sea space with the right amount of grace and elan. Three stunning superyachts, Zeus, Freedom, and Tigre d’Or, will soon hit the seas as Burgess is all set to sell them. Touted to be one of the largest open yachts globally, the Zeus spots exteriors designed by Stefano Righini and neutral-toned interiors made up with dark woods and leather from the Yiannis Group. The yacht priced at $34,972,865 can house 12 guests on the lower deck, through a master suite having two bathrooms and a private study, three double guest suites, and one triple suite that comes with a Pullman car.
Second in the offering is the 123.8ft long Freedom built-in 1986 by Picchiotti SpA in Italy. Priced at $7,900,000, the yacht can house up to 8 guests through a master stateroom with a private study, three guest cabins, one set as a double guest room, and two as twins. The dining area can seat up to 12 guests.
And finally is the turn of Tigre d’Or, designed by Terence Disdale. Not a new make, but the interiors and hull have been revamped and repainted to bring it to excellent condition. The yacht, priced at $27,500,000, can house 12 guests through its master suite with a private lounge, study, and dressing room, a twin cabin perfect for children, staff, or unexpected guests, and four additional staterooms house up to eight guests in two double and two twin cabins.