Arianna is Delta Marine’s latest superyacht, measuring 50 meters (164 feet) from bow to stern and offering surprisingly much interior space for a vessel its size. The design and engineering part of the yacht were conceived by Delta Design Group, guided by the desires of the owner.
The interiors flaunt plush carpeting, luxury wooden features of different essences, beautiful textures, subtle lighting schemes, and carefully chosen fabrics throughout. Natural light embellishes every space on the yacht, thus enhancing the feeling of luxury and comfort. The four decks of Arianna are interconnected by an elevator and a central staircase.
Both the interiors and the outdoor areas impress with good taste and elegance, from the Polynesian style main saloon to the accommodation facilities, and from the cozy sun deck to the al fresco dining space. The most spectacular of all, however, is the owner’s area, which includes a suit on the upper aft deck, an informal working area with office/library, separate lobby and head, and a gym.
The suite has a tropical-inspired design and it’s similar to the main saloon. It features two walk-in wardrobes, a lavish bathroom (with two separate toilet areas, large shower area, his and hers sinks, and direct access towards a walk-in wardrobe), private lounge, and a huge bed. The guest staterooms are also pretty impressive, all being fitted with en-suite bathrooms and other luxe amenities.