Given the name behind her design, superyacht Candyscape II is as spectacular as you might expect.
Built in 1994 by Italian shipyard Benetti, the neutral interiors are a breathtaking combination of 21st century chic and 1930s glamour of the highest quality, by world-renowned interior designers Candy & Candy.
At 62 metres (203 ft), Candyscape may not be the biggest on the market, but it’s the dazzling extras and outstanding attention to detail that mark this boat out as one of the greatest. Featuring leather walls, gold marble floors and a glass lift, artwork and sculptures adorn the dining saloon. There’s a dining table that becomes a roulette table, a transparent grand piano and a master cabin complete with 180-degree panoramic views and marble bathroom.
The sun deck is an incredible space that extends to nearly half of the boats length. It features a dining area for 12 guests, an elegant bar and a rotating sun bed that tracks the sun despite the movements of the yacht. At the press of a button sun worshipers can be swathed in a cooling water mist. In the bridge, the rosewood and Italian leather were selected by the Candy brothers and the choice of hardware was left to the captain, who specified a system by Norwegian navigation specialist Kongsberg and Rolls-Royce.
Candyscape II’s media room is equipped with a fully integrated entertainment system. The split-level master suite shares a private gymnasium with the VIP cabin. Entertainment, exercise and sleep – Candy & Candy style.
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