After it glided across the waters of the Mediterranean for almost three decades, the Elvis Superyacht was finally brought in for a complete refit just before it turned 30. The vessel measures 93 feet in length and was built in 1976 by an Italian shipyard named CRN. The refitting process involved the reconstruction of all cabins and bathrooms, which means that the vessel can now house up to 10 people in four cabins, out of which two cabins boast queen size beds and sofas that can be transformed into extra berths.
Each cabin features its own en suite amenities such as LED lighting systems, modern TVs and Corian washbasins. The outdoor modifications include the addition of a seating area at the bow and at the fore. The rear of the ship flaunts a shaded snug area with sun tents and a large sofa, while the upper deck includes new sun tents and new sun loungers.
Elvis now carries a series of water toys such as a Kawasaki jet ski, a Novurania 430 tender, a tall water slide, 4 sets of snorkeling equipment, 2 sets of scuba diving kits and a water trampoline. Hopefully, the new additions will allow this yacht to serve for another 30 years.