June 11, 2016
Bliss superyacht unifies style with the latest technology in yachting. The Bliss is boosted by comfort and elegance yet having a nice speed to it. The Bliss carries multiple awards at many superyacht regattas, it also is the perfect vessel for luxury cruising.
The Bliss was launched back in 2009 as a 37-meter long yacht design by Dubois Naval Architects and constructed by Yachting Developments. The latest iteration of bliss is 48.3-meter long yacht featuring carbon fiber mast, a boom from Hall Spars NZ and a featherweight performance rig that enables it to sail efficiently in any condition. Having a large fuel capacity and generous space for food storage with quite a huge refrigerator makes the Bliss self-sufficient on the cruises for a long period of time.
The interior of the Bliss was designed by award winning Design Unlimited. The Bliss can easily accommodate six guests in three large staterooms. The accommodation can be increased if the main cabin is partitioned, which makes a smaller master suite and two twin cabins. All the states rooms have queen size beds, air-conditioning, heated towel rails, Kaleidoscope movie/music library and device docking station.
The cockpit of the yacht is quite expanded having fixed bimini, mobile shade blinds, and small dining rooms. On the aft above the cockpit, there is a separate lounging area with large cushions. If the atmosphere feels too hot, there is a fresh water pool on the foredeck.
For swimming kayaking, waterskiing and other wet sports, the stern platform provides an easy access to the sea. The jet tenders on the Bliss will whip you to the shores to explore the scenery, local shops or the crew can even take you for a nice snorkeling trip on the shore.
On the deck, the chef is always ready to repair a custom menu for the passengers using best quality ingredients and local produce. Big family brunch, buffet for large groups or even an intimate dinner for two, the dining experience will be an unforgettable part of your cruise on the Bliss.
Bliss is the charter experience whether you want to cruise to far off destinations in Asia or to mix up in the regatta of super yachts in Porto Cervo or Saint Barts.