Photos by Jeff Brown / Breed Media
This past summer, Christensen Shipyards made a splash with the launch of the two 50-metre superyachts, Silver Lining and Chasseur. Today we take a closer look at the silver-hulled Chasseur.
As with many of their previous projects, Chasseur was designed in-house by the American shipyard who worked together with fellow Washington state-based VARO Interior Design on the indoor guest spaces.
Chasseur?s 12 guests are accommodated across six suites, split over two levels. Those signature oval hull portholes on main deck is what give the full-beam master suite such an airy and spacious atmosphere. A highly contemporary interior finished in a luxury apartment style creates an instant at-home feel with a selction of nautical inspired elements serving as a reminder that one is indeed at sea.
Five additional double guest cabins, one of which being the VIP suite, are located on the lower deck. Her nine-metre beam and light GRP construction allow these waterline-level guest spaces to retain a generous size with a bright d?cor and crisp white surfaces further enhancing this feeling.
Despite Chasseur?s signature Christensen exterior styling, modern elements are scattered across the interior and exterior deck spaces. Fresh and funky furnishings, quirky art pieces and playful colour matching all signifying that Chasseur is all about fun.
Cruising at a steady 14 knots, Chasseur is capable of crossing a distance in excess of 4000 nm, making transatlantic missions child?s play.
Stay tuned for a more in-depth look at Chasseur?s onboard features.