Callisto Luxury motor yacht CALLISTO was delivered by the renowned de Vries/Feadship yard in 2006. M/Y CALLISTO is a modern-day classic Feadship incorporating many features which have contributed to their acclaimed position as world leaders in the field. With her stunning exterior lines, (low profile, traditional Feadship bow, etc) her understated Terence Disdale interior and perfectly balanced layout, complemented by the latest and most sophisticated equipment and an exceptional crew headed by Captain Chris Andreason, CALLISTO is set to become one of the most sought after charter yachts in her category.
Luxury yacht CALLISTO offers accommodation for 12 guests in a full-width main deck master suite, three en-suite double cabins and two twins, she has a warm neutral atmosphere throughout, with a personalized yet easily recognisable Terence Disdale interior. A blend of fine oak panelling, polished marbles, the finest fabrics, with custom carpeting throughout. She is fully equipped with high quality crockery, cutlery and crystal glassware.
Luxury yacht CALLISTO boasts probably one of the largest sundecks on a Feadship of her size, providing plentiful sunbathing areas right forward adjacent to the Jacuzzi, with shelter from the wind thanks to the reverse sheer windscreen. Moving aft, there are sliding doors, which separate the beach area from the bar and TV area under the full width arch T-top mast configuration. The crew have direct access internally to the sundeck via the bar service stairway, which runs through all decks. Guests can access the sundeck via their own private internal staircase to starboard or via an external stairway from the bridge deck aft. At the aft end of this covered area, there are two circular built-in dining areas for a total of twelve guests; moving further aft under a large awning there is a more casual area with Wicker sofas, arm chairs and a large coffee table. The open area aft is complemented by loose Summit sun loungers, tables and chairs.
Luxury yacht CALLISTO has full satellite television and stereos are available on all decks and throughout the entire accommodation with Surround Sound in owner’s suite and both saloons. There are also two TVs in the gymnasium.
Forward of the luxury yacht CALLISTO’s wheelhouse is an open-air guest seating area offering clear views forward over the cabin top and bow. The vast wheelhouse was designed to accommodate guests, (without interfering with the crew) in two large seating areas port and starboard. Moving aft, there is the large ship’s office to starboard and guests’ fully equipped gymnasium with large full height windows offering tremendous views. The captain’s cabin is to port. Moving further aft is the guests’ lobby to starboard with internal staircase that runs from the sundeck right the way down to the guests’ cabins on the lower deck. There is also a guest lift that runs from the bridge deck to the main deck and lower deck guest cabins. A guest powder room is found between the gymnasium and the bridge deck saloon. There is a large crew pantry on the port side, again with direct access to all decks (up to sundeck, down to main deck pantry). There is a crew service stairway from the main deck pantry to the guest cabins on the lower deck and a crew service door from the main deck pantry to the main deck guest lobby, thus allowing crew to service all guest areas discretely/without disturbing guests. The bridge deck saloon, aft on this deck has a tremendous amount of space and light thanks to large and low windows both sides and aft doors that open virtually the entire width of the saloon to the bridge deck aft. This saloon offers a large sofa with armchairs and low table with its own flat screen TV incorporated in the front of the bar. The full wet bar is accessed discretely by crew via the pantry on the portside and has been designed to be user friendly for guests. There is an occasional dining table for up to eight guests on the centreline, ideal for buffet and service when dining at the dedicated sheltered dining table for twelve outside. There is also a second plasma TV at the aft end of this saloon. The bridge deck aft offers large built-in corner seating areas both port and starboard right aft, with high/low tables for cocktail use or for small group dining. These meet each other at an enlarged central lounging area. External stairways lead both to the sundeck and main deck aft. There is also a full (Terence Disdale) BBQ/buffet on this deck. There is an easily removable awning over this area.
Forward of the owner’s suite are two large tender garages, carrying on the port side a totally custom built 28’/8.5 meter Vaudrey Miller tender powered by twin Steyr diesels (250hp) with a top speed of 42 knots. There is under-cover seating forward (retractable soft top) for approximately eight guests and further open air seating aft for a further eight. The driver is on the port side, and to starboard is a built-in stand up head with shower and washbasin. This boat has been totally custom built for easy access aft via an integral swimming platform; with easy access to the dock or mother ship swim platform forward via folding sections in either side of the hull.
The starboard garage houses the 28’ customized Chris Craft Corsair, which is also powered by twin diesels with a top speed of 35 knots. Customized upholstery, trimming and awl grip paintjob by Feadship.
On the foredeck:
There is a Novurania 540 inboard diesel rigid inflatable boat for crew and occasional guest use (water-skiing, etc…) and a 4.2m Novurania MCA approved rescue boat for crew utility use.
Two Seadoo three-seater wave runners, two Malibu ocean kayaks, full snorkelling gear, a large selection of water skis, single and double doughnuts, six man banana, floating sun loungers, game fishing and spinning rods, various floats and beach balls are all stored in the aft toy store.
The owner’s suite is entered via its own lobby forward of the guest foyer (centrally located with guest stairs and lift to all decks) via double doors which lead to the study and day room with two-seater desks, large sofa/daybed, flat screen TV and computer station. There is a king size bed mid-ships forward facing pop up plasma screen. There is a seating area to starboard and a ladies dressing table/vanity to port. His and her bathrooms are outboard starboard and port with an adjoining central dressing room. The entire owner’s suite is full of light thanks to large low-level windows.
Moving aft is the main foyer with marble floor and wrought iron and bronze staircase to all guest decks and bronze lined guest lift. There is also access from this area directly to the pantry and a guest powder room. The main deck saloon and dining room area open onto a large aft deck. The main saloon offers ample seating for more than the full complement of guests and the dining area forward is comfortable for up to 14. The aft deck has built-in seating and a sheltered dining table for up to twelve guests. There is direct access from the aft deck via an internal staircase on the port side to the fold down aft swimming platform. This is a particularly pleasant and convenient area, which is partly covered and with seating for guest comfort whilst awaiting tenders etc. From this covered area guests have access to the aft garage/toy store which houses wet bikes and so on as described above. Wet bikes are launched via a side door/platform on the portside.
Below are three double cabins with en suite baths, bidets and toilets. The two twins have showers and bidets — and the floors are heated. Each bathroom has a different colour marble (e.g. one in sage green, another pink) and these are accented by mosaic inlay on the floors. The cabins have plenty of closet space and chests of drawers as well as vanities.