1 year ago
Fans of the film Skyfall might have some déjà vu when looking at the yacht above—putting them in the same category as James Bond, for once.
The 183-foot-long schooner, dubbed the Regina, was used in the filming of the 2012 Daniel Craig film—and now, it’s for sale. Built in 2011, the yacht was designed with elegance but manufactured to withstand the open seas. That doesn’t mean space or luxury was compromised, however.
In classic Bond style, the Regina is decked out with refined spaces to entertain guests. The 31-foot-wide deck provides ample room for relaxing, sunbathing, or al-fresco dining near the bow and stern of the ship.
With six ensuite cabins, there’s room for 12 guests below deck—all with air conditioning. Each cabin is finished with sophisticated design details that include headboards of solid honey mousse onyx columns, walls of Afyon Marble, and solid onyx sinks and flooring. The master bedroom, stretching across the full beam of the boat, includes a lounge and walk-in dressing room.
For sale via Engel & Völkers, the yacht is currently listed at $9.4 million. Learn more here, but first, peruse the photos below.