A True Oasis
As far as lifestyles of the rich and famous go, I guess you could say that I lived vicariously through my brother for a year or two when he started working in the luxury yachting industry. His best adventures were upon the massive 194.9ft (59.4m) superyacht, the Oasis, which traversed the richest islands of the Caribbean and Mediterranean, even dropping in at the Cannes Film Festival for a night of rather eventful partying.
Oasis is a custom motor yacht which was built in 2006 by German company Lürssen Yachts, well known for their many superyachts including Azzam, the largest private yacht in the world at 180m in length. The lavish interior and exterior owe thanks to Glade Johnson Design, who created a feel of elegance including some impressive leisure and entertainment facilities perfect for socials and entertaining.
Oasis can accommodate 12 guests in her dazzling master suite, VIP stateroom, 3 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. The master suite lies on the main deck and boasts a king-size bed, walk-in closets, annexed lounge including a 50-inch plasma screen TV, private office with a further 42-inch plasma TV and a jacuzzi-embellished his and hers marble bathroom. If that isn’t enough, the VIP stateroom holds a queen-size bed, another exquisite marble bathroom with a walk-in shower, walk-in closet and its own 42-inch plasma TV.
The double cabins are similarly kitted out, with the twin cabin on the lower deck housing two single beds. All the above accommodation also has an AMX control for all room functions, including music and movies on demand. Oasis also accommodates 15 crew members to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience for all guests on board.
The rest of the luxury features include a deck jacuzzi, gym, WiFi access, piano, outdoor cinema and plenty of toys to play with such as 3 jet-skis, 2 segways, 2 kayaks, but to name a few! In the Summer you’ll find her cruising the luxury of the Mediterranean, including places such as Monaco (for the Grand Prix), Porto Cervo in Sardinia (for the Rolex cup and other superyacht races), Bonofatio in Italy (where Louise Vuitton has his home), Turkey, St Tropez, Greece, and as mentioned above, Cannes.
In winter the Oasis travels to the Caribbean for a more relaxed atmosphere, including St Bart’s where nearly everyone who is anyone spends their Christmas and New Years throwing incredible parties worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
If you’re keen to hop on board chartering this beauty, costs include €345 000 (low season) to €375 000 (high season) per week plus expenses which rounds off to approximately $422 500 to $459 000, for the Mediterranean. If you’d rather spend your days in the Caribbean, then you’d be looking at $399 000 to $420 000 per week plus expenses.
So, what are you waiting for? If you’re looking for the perfect luxury holiday, this is probably it!
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