• 34.01m | Sunseeker | 2012 (2022)
Corazon 1200x800 10 Built in 2012, this sleek 111ft (34m) Sunseeker benefits from a recently completed 2022 interior and exterior refit which also comprises comprehensive mechanical upgrades, making her one of the leading superyachts for charter in her field.

An open plan main salon features oversized modern hotel lobby style sofas and ottomans in sumptuous and understated crushed grey velvet, perfect for chilling out on when the sunshine has faded. An adjacent formal dining area, with the large windows and glass doors that characterise this yacht, lets light flood in from all angles while a main deck aft seating area offers the ideal spot for an intimate morning coffee or evening apero. 

Corazon’s capacious sun deck is the ideal location for a spot of al fresco dining; there’s also a dedicated exercise zone, Jacuzzi, a wet bar for relaxed cocktails or a refreshing beer, a grill for lazy sun-washed lunches and a gorgeous and sophisticated lounging area with retractable roof to make the most of the rays or take shelter from the intensity of the sun.

Corazon will have particular appeal to guests seeking an active and energetic lifestyle while on board; one of her crew is a qualified fitness instructor and she also boasts an expertly produced fishing programme as well as a leading chef.

Sleeping 10 guests across up to five elegantly appointed staterooms – a master and double, two twins and one convertible suites – the blonde wood interiors, high grade linens and oversize windows create a light, contemporary and effortlessly stylish ambience.

With a cruising speed of 12 knots, Corazon will ensure that everyone in your party feels comfortably at home as you ramp up the adventures or simply enjoy the tranquillity and luxe spec on board.

You are in highly capable hands thanks to Captain Gareth Lochhead, who grew up on yachts. Having started sailing at five, he eventually competed in competitions representing South Africa!

This crew of six also includes British head chef Edd Atkinson, whose 20 years of cooking experience also incorporates 10 years on the ocean wave. Edd’s specialities span many different cuisines, including French, Italian, Spanish, Asian and Caribbean. He is supremely talented at creating delectable sushi, tapas, gluten-free dishes, seafood and all sorts of health-orientated platters. It’s very clear that Edd enjoys challenging himself when creating a dazzling array of exciting and innovative menus for his guests.

Just a few of his delicious starters include seared scallops with chorizo, apple, celeriac and harissa, Chinese confit duck with Hoisin hispy cabbage and crackling and tuna sashimi with bean sprout, ginger and ponzu salad. Choose a delicious main course from the following: roast fillet of beef with cauliflower puree, seared gem lettuce, girolles and red wine jus, Thai salmon with pak choi, seaweed and a fragrant broth, confit tomato with a caramelised red onion and rocket pesto tartlet, loin of lamb with spiced chick peas and romesco or roasted duck breast with sweet potato puree, griddled asparagus and mulled wine sauce.

Tempting desserts include pineapple tarte tatin, blueberry cheesecake, panna cotta with Armagnac prunes and chocolate and lime souffle. 

Corazon’s high tech new mechanical additions include a 27’ Blackfin with twin 300HP Mercury Verados and a nippy 18’ Castoldi Jet Drive tender. An impressive stable of water toys is further enhanced by a supercharged Yamaha jet ski, e-foil, jet surf, towable toys and two SUPs. Fishing gear includes Hawaiian slings for spear fishing and copious snorkelling equipment. A beach set up is also available for quieter moments of reflection on the sand after a busy day of activities.

If you’re in search of a fun-filled adventure with something for the entire family, Corazon is the optimum choice.



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