Launched in 2013, luxury yacht SOLANDGE is on of the World’s Most Beautiful Super yachts.
Her striking exterior design is the work of the highly acclaimed Espen Oeino whilst her luxurious interior has been styled by Aileen Rodriguez who has used 49 different marble or granite surfaces and 33 alternative woods to ensure the highest quality finishes. Outdoors, SOLANDGE is perfect for both entertaining and relaxation, whether throwing a party on the sun deck beach club with a customized dance floor, large swimming pool and Jacuzzi or indulging with a beauty treatment in the spa.
M/Y SOLANDGE the largest yacht to ever enter Puerto Banus Port in Marbella Spain
Video from visit to Puerto Banus sep. 2019
Here are few videos from the Monaco yacht show.
Cruising the port in a “Wider” tender.
The “Wider tenders”
There are also two private movie theatres on board, inside and out on deck, which are both set up for 3D viewing and connected to one of the most sophisticated entertainment systems ever installed on a yacht.
SOLANDGE offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in six expansive staterooms, including a palatial master suite which boasts its own private deck plus additional room for her crew of 29. Offering space and luxury in abundance, she is currently positioned 62nd amongst the world’s largest yachts and truly exhibits the latest in top end yacht chartering.
At €1 million per week—which is a base rate not including food, fuel, gratuity or other expenses—Solandge is among the world’s most expensive charter yachts for 12 guests.
Delivered in October 2013 by the renowned Lurssen shipyard with a length of 85.1m and a beam of 13.8m, SOLANDGE is one of the world’s most iconic and elegant new superyachts available on the market. Designed by Espen Oeino with an interior design by Aileen Rodriguez, she offers six extraordinary decks designed as a home-away-from-home on the high seas. SOLANDGE led the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show, winning the 2014 ‘La Belle Classe Superyachts’ Award from the Monaco Yacht Club and ‘Best Exterior’ in the first-ever Monaco Yacht Show Awards.
leaving Puerto Banus 10 sep 2017 port reversing, the largest yacht to ever enter the Marbella Marina