- type : motor yacht
- length : 241 ft.
- capacity : 24 passengers
- specials : ultra luxury, full range of water toys,hot tub, custom charters,expedition support
Giant is a 241' expedition motoryacht that accommodates 24 guests in
The luxury expedition yacht Giant is a large powerful and impressive ocean adventurer with the rare ability to charter anywhere in the world. She is a fully classified Class I icebreaking ship and has been converted into a charter yacht without losing her safety and strength as an icebreaker. Giant's extremely long-range abilities enables her to cruise literally anywhere in the world under almost any conditions including the isolated Arctic and Antarctic Circles! She carries two 40-foot sport-fishing boats that sit snugly on her side-decks, while a garage can store a 4x4 jeep and the top deck has a helicopter landing area.
Giant provides accommodation for up to 24 guests with one master stateroom which has a king sized bed, a settee sofa, an office, a bar and an en-suite bathroom (with his and hers showers and a jacuzzi tub). There are eleven further guest staterooms, eight double suites (with queen sized double beds) and three twin suites.
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