The 45-metre Feadship Tugatsu is based in the Mediterranean year-round for charter. Her distinctive blue hull first saw the light of day as September Blue in 1989 and since being renamed Tugatsu she has enjoyed a sizable refit.
Today you have five well-appointed suites to choose from, including a master stateroom with an adjoining private office and steam shower. A sixth cabin with a single bed and Pullman berth is suitable for a child with nanny, a bodyguard, or another staff member if you’d like to enhance the existing crew of ten.
Your sense of Zen will be swiftly boosted by the Japanese-themed interior décor aboard Tugatsu and the calm and soothing ambiance it engenders. The team at Bannenberg Design were responsible for this masterpiece of contemporary styling and you will literally feel the quality in her woven leather walls.
The salon is a great place to relax in the phenomenal over-sized settees. In fact you might never get up, although the equally comfortable and spacious open decks will beckon you outside.
The deck spaces on board are comfortable and spacious. There are luxurious sun beds on the aft and forward decks.The superyacht has up to date communication and entertainment package including centralized audio/video system, iPod friendly audio system, flat screen TV’s throughout, WiFi, Satellite communications, High speed wireless, and GSM phone.
The multiple watersport options on Tugatsu include a pair of waverunners, snorkelling gear, fishing equipment, water skis, wakeboards and a number of inflatable tow toys. When it’s time for fun in the sun, Tugatsu’s crew is standing by to teach beginners all the basics, as well as to show long-time enthusiasts the time of their lives.