As her first time on the market since her rebuild, DUBAWI is one of the most private and exclusive superyachts of her class with a highly secretive interior and layout until now. DUBAWI was built in 1989 as a cruise ship by Cantieri Navale Ferrari, but in 2009 she was converted into a Superyacht after a 2-year, multi-million-dollar refit that took place at Platinum Yachts. With 4184 GT she has a volume of a +100m while keeping great outdoor areas for guests' entertainment.
Built to accommodate a large group, she features 22 cabins including an owner cabin that offers a private deck with a +180° view fitted with a Jacuzzi. All cabins are extremely spacious and well-designed to provide ultimate comfort to the guests on board. 44 guests can enjoy the superyacht in 22 staterooms including 1 owner’s cabin, 8 VIP staterooms, and 13 Double staterooms supported by 71 crew. A fully equipped nightclub with a lighted dance floor is located on the lower deck.
Superyacht DUBAWI, previously named Leisure World I, Renaissance, Renaissance I, and The Mercury, has a lot of possibilities in rearranging the internal volume to fit the needs of her new owner. She currently has a massive guest lounge and 2 x Majilis (salons) that can be reorganized to create different spaces such as a game room, a cinema, and much more. An elevator is servicing all interior decks to maximize guest comfort, and a hospital room is also available in case of need. During her refit, the swimming platform has been rearranged and they have added a fountain on the starboard side creating a peaceful environment. On the exterior space, you can find a balance of protected and unprotected areas allowing you to adapt each space depending on your cruising preferences.