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For Charter: Orient Star

29th Mar 2016

With the most exquisitely designed interior by award winning Tara Bernerd, the 47m (154’2) Orient Star is in a class of her own. Specialising in residential design, Bernerd brings a fresh approach to this tri-deck yacht, illustrated through the use of rich materials, carefully selected artwork and accessories and a monochromatic palette of greys and whites.

Built by Turkish shipyard, CMB Yachts, Orient Star was delivered in 2012. Her interior has been custom designed specifically for friends, families and parties. Space planning for entertaining, namely the two saloons, was of paramount importance. The main saloon consists of a sociable seating area with an adjacent bar, all finished with warm woods and neutral hues.

Forward of the main saloon is a modern yet simplistic dining room that seats 10 guests, and concealed behind that is a large fully functioning galley allowing for quick and efficient service.

Offering luxury accommodation for 10 guests, Orient Star’s fore main deck is home to the full beam master suite. Boasting stunning views thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, the owner’s quarters comprise a study area, walk in wardrobe and a spacious ensuite. Her remaining four ensuite staterooms in the form of two doubles and two twins are located around the central lobby on the lower deck.

Orient Star’s second saloon located on the upper deck is an exceptional space and a fine example of perfection when it comes to the blending of natural light with a chic interior. Floor-to-ceiling sliding windows on either side of the room open up to reveal intimate yet spacious balconies. Not only do they offer panoramic views, they create a space ideal for entertaining, both during the day and in the evening.

Moving outside passed the bar and onto the full beam aft deck, sumptuous seating lines the curves of the superstructure. With optional sunshades and a large dining table, guests can enjoy an al fresco lunch or supper in the sun or shade.

With an outdoor bar, a sociable seating area, and an inviting Jacuzzi surrounded by comfortable sunpads, Orient Star’s large sundeck is the ultimate hub for entertaining, relaxing and lounging.

Orient Star also offers guests endless entertainment and fun with an abundance of watertoys including jetskis, a paddleboard and diving gear. She also boasts a gym complete with the latest equipment for exercise fanatics.

Propelled by her twin 1450hp MTU engines, Orient Star reaches top speeds of 16 knots, with an economical cruising speed of 10 knots and a range of 3,000 nautical miles. Her at anchor stabilizers reduce roll motion when berthed, offering guests absolute comfort.

For more information on Orient Star, please contact Camper & Nicholsons.

by Camper Nicholsons

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Orient Star’s second saloon located on the upper deck is an exceptional space and a fine example of perfection when it comes to the blending of natural light with a chic interior.