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The mystery that hovered around the yacht was a direct desire of the owners, who wanted to spend a year cruising without too much publicity.Lonian spent as much time as possible away from the marinas, landing only with water toys and tenders, as well as with a "small" 66-meter support vessel.The exterior design of Lonian, the result of the work of Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, is characterized by an intense blue hull, an abundant use of stainless steel and large windows.A particularly appreciated feature of the ship is the swimming pool, whose translucent bottom is the ceiling of the beach club below. In addition, a cinema screen is integrated into the edge of the swimming pool.The large bow deck has a hot tub which can be heated and cooled as desired. This function was specifically requested by the owners, who enjoy using the cold pool after training in the gym, which is also located on the deck.The Lonian heliport houses an AW169 helicopter and also has a crane capable of lifting 3.5 tons.The interior of the yacht, which remains private, was created by Sinot in collaboration with Richard Hallberg Interior Design.The accommodation on board is for a total of 14 guests in seven cabins, including the owner’s cabin, four large guest cabins and two VIP.
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