Stardust of Mary

Yacht Charter

SUNSEEKER | 26.3m (86ft) | 2015
Stardust of Mary

‘Stardust of Mary’ is the perfect charter vessel for anyone wishing to explore Portugal. The 86ft Yacht was designed with full wrap around windows and a drop down balcony. Some lovely features include a centre rise and full TV which divides the main salon and dining area. Step forward to the observation area you’ll find a breakfast bar, day head and the galley. ‘Stardust of Mary’ boasts a spacious flybridge with plenty of seating and a wraparound dining area, Sun loungers are placed at the rear of the flybridge to make sure you catch every last ray of sunlight. She is equipped with a vast range of watersports equipment.

Williams Turbojet 385 tender
Diesel fueling station
3 x Paddle boards
1 x Seabob
1 x Radinn Electric Sufboard
Water skiing
Inflatable towable toys-large banana and tow towable discs
Snorkeling gear

Freshly refit in 2020, Stardust of Mary is in excellent condition

Spacious and luminous modern/elegant interior design

Range of superyacht toys including paddle boards, seabob, Radinn electric surfboard and water skis

Available exclusively to charter in Portugal

Fusion inboard Audio System, with Bluetooth inside and outside
Harman Kardan audio system inside
Apple TV inside

Sleeps 8 guests in 4 cabins, 2 double and 2 twin which are convertible into doubles. Spacious VIP cabin with walk in wardrobe and a large en suite. From the dining area you have a separate set of stairs that takes you down to three cabins that accommodates an extra 6 guests. You have two mirrored twin cabins which can be pulled together to make double beds giving a good diversity for guests. You then walk straight into the full width master cabin with king size bed large walk in wardrobe and en suite with shower.

2015 (Refit in 2020)
2 double, 2 double/twins
26.3m (86ft)
6.43m (21ft)
1.8m (6ft)
from €50,000 / week
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