M/Y Nautilus, formerly Grace E, is the largest unit in the Picchiotti Vitruvius Series. This 73 m Explorer designed by Vitruvius Ltd and Philippe Briand has been realised to cruise at any latitude in respect of the environment, while providing the highest degree of well being onboard.
The combination of the hull design with the powerful and efficient electric/ diesel power plan allows MY Nautilus for a range of 7800 miles at cruising speed.
The advanced systems for the emission reduction and waste treatment and management onboard are not only a testament to her environmental awareness, but allows this true Explorer to remain completely isolated from shoreside disposal facilities for weeks at a time.
The interiors, designed by the French designer Remi Tessier, are inspired by the well being of both body and mind, by the nature surrounding the yacht and by the pleasure of entertaining a close family. The result is a timeless style of utter contemporary elegance and refined balance.
The uniqueness of this project has been globally recognised and MY Nautilus has been largely awarded.
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS:
- 2014 Baccarat Trophy Monaco Yacht Show
- 2015 Show Boats Design Awards The Environmental Protection Award
- 2015 Show Boats Design AwardsThe Exterior Design & Styling Award in the Motor Yacht over 500GT range
- 2015 Show Boats Design AwardsThe Interior Design Award in the Motor Yacht over 500GT range
- 2015 Show Boats Design AwardsThe Naval Architecture Award in the Displacement Motor Yacht range
- 2015 World Superyacht Awards Motor Yacht of the Year
- 2015 World Superyacht Awards Displacement Motor Yacht of 1,300GT to 2,999GT of Below 75m
- 2015 International Superyacht Society Award Best Power 65m & Larger
Her whole naval architecture concept is all about efficiency and seaworthiness.
Thus, Nautilus hull features sleek lines, a maximised water length and a low drag underwater hull shape.
The huge guest external areas are located on the three decks and are connected to the inner rooms with massive sliding doors.
One of the decks is fully dedicated to the wellness with a state-of-the art SPA and aft and fore deck spaces devoted to the contact with the nature and to the relax.
The upper deck is an open space dedicated to dining and entertaining, the outdoor area is separated by mean of an 8 m wide glass sliding door.
On the main deck the protected and comfortable aft cockpit provides the guests with a further dining space and huge bar.
Nautilus interiors are designed by Remi Tessier who declined their style around the concept of voyage and exploration with family and friends. The nature around the yacht is the main inspiration for the selection of materials and colour shades, as well as for the idea of enhancing the natural daylight throughout the yacht. The other leitmotiv is the well-being of body and mind. The result is an interior of extraordinary elegance and impeccable finishing.
|Length overall||73.00 m - 240 ft|
|LWL||71.85 m - 236 ft|
|Beam (max)||13.30 m - 44 ft|
|Draught (loaded)||4.00 m - 13 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||1876 GRT|
|Diesel Electric Propulsion||2X 1.6 MW ABB Azipod CO0980S|
|Electricity generation||4xCaterpillar C32 874 kW - 2x Caterpillar C18 492 kW|
|Emergency Generator||1x Caterpillar C 6.6 136 KW|
|Speed (maximum/cruise)||max 17.5 kn / cruising 14 kn|
|Range||7800 nautical miles @ 12 kn|
|Stabilisers||Quantum QC2200 HD XT|
|Bow thruster||Voith VIT 1000 - 250 kW|
|Number of owner/guest cabins||5 double, 2 twin|
|Number of crew cabins||2 double, 9 bunk-bedded|
|Naval architect||Philippe Briand / Vitruvius Ltd.|
|Exterior stylist||Philippe Briand / Vitruvius Ltd.|
|Interior designer||Rémi Tessier|