Arkley

    Launched in June 2009, 197-foot Arkley combines a bright, contemporary interior by Mark Berryman, with a classical-looking exterior that features large social space and many water sports. The broad beam and relatively shallow draft allow it to cruise comfortably in shallow waters. The Lürssen yacht is also equipped with an ultramodern zero-speed stabilization system to reduce roll at anchor?a plus for charter guests. Arkley was built to comply with MCA and Lloyd's +100A1 standards. The yacht can carry up to 12 guests in six suites, with 15 crew onboard, and is available for charter in the Mediterranean during the summer season.

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