A snapshot of Casino Royale (2006)
The minimal superstructure and the narrow hull of the Casino Royale ensure a graceful and agile glide on the water. With triple 16-cylinder MTU V16 2000 engines with Arneson drives, it boasts a top speed of 45 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 30 to 33 knots.
The open-plan yacht saloon has the characteristics of larger yachts, thanks to its headroom of 2.7 meters, unusual for a yacht of its size. Immaculate and immaculate, the main living room is furnished in warm woods and neutral shades, complemented by a retractable sunroof over the dining area.
Aft of the main deck is a sumptuous relaxation area with an alfresco dining area, bar and a very large sundeck. A Jacuzzi is arranged in front, with a very generous space for sunbathing and lounging.
On the lower deck, the yacht can accommodate up to eight people in four cabins (owner’s cabin, one VIP and two twin beds), where each cabin has its own marble bathroom and a TV. Its master suite includes a main office, an en-suite bathroom with a full-size tub and shower, and a walk-in closet.
The entertainment and leisure facilities at Casino Royale include a satellite TV system and a plethora of water toys such as a Sea Doo, paddle boards, water skis, snorkeling equipment and more.
The ship underwent a major refit in 2016, which cost a total of 1.5 million euros. Casino Royale is currently moored in the Western Mediterranean.