- 65m | Codecasa | 2010 (2020)
Built by Codecasa in 2010, she boasts a 17 strong crew and a maximum speed of 17 knots.
Seven cabins accommodate up to 12 guests and all staterooms feature marble en suites with bath and shower while the master cabin offers a fold-out balcony to admire the endless views, a dedicated office zone, a jacuzzi tub and steam shower as well as his and hers dressing areas.
If you’re in search of elegant surroundings coupled with thoughtful and functional design, accentuated by bespoke pieces of art which change every six months - all of which are for sale - then look no further, for Eternity is the ultimate base for the discerning traveller.
Captain Aldon Beukman grew up in the fishing village of Yzerfontein on South Africa’s west coast. Spending time at his family beach shack imbued in Aldon a deep respect for the sea and his ocean career began as a commercial fisherman. He made the move into yachting in 2007 and worked his way up through the ranks. Aldon oversaw the 2020 refit of Eternity and his easy charm and natural leadership have created a relaxed yet high performing crew environment.
Eternity strikes the optimum balance between hedonistic relaxation, soulful recharging and energising activity, meaning there’s something to suit everyone on board.
Her expansive deck areas abound but it’s the cool semi-circle sundeck bar with swivel stools and large screen TV which is sure to become a favourite spot to take in a movie, the latest Netflix box set or some sporting action.
The décor sings with tonal neutrals, geometric patterns and nautical stripes, creating a calm yet mindful and uplifting environment perfect for reading, tanning and enjoying al fresco meals with loved ones.
A spacious lounge studded with colourful contemporary artworks also offers a separate media area as well as a bar, and access between decks is via a four-person elevator.
Meanwhile, the sundeck offers cocooning daybeds and for the more active members of the party, there’s simply no reason not to stay in shape while on board thanks to an adjacent gym area equipped with yoga mats and a punch bag.
Just beyond is an extensive range of water toys destined to keep all ages happy, especially the younger guests, who will also adore the inflatable swim platform extension and 5.25m foredeck jacuzzi, which cleverly doubles up as an exercise/resistance pool.
Chef Carlos Concha specialises in a rustic, contemporary farm-to-table dining style. Carlos hails from Latin America and a career spent travelling, cooking and dining all over the world has led to precious rapports with local farmers, charcuterie artisans and small crop producers, all of which drive his dazzling seasonal creations.
Adept at Asian cuisine, advanced cheese making and creating healthy platters from foraging and sourcing the finest local ingredients at every port, his mantra is uncomplicated: Keep it simple and authentic.
A typical menu on board Eternity might start with fresh fruit platters, eggs cocotte and caviar or an organic egg frittata with goat cheese, asparagus and roasted balsamic tomatoes.
Guests will be wowed by the incredible lunch options, including Spanish fire charred leeks with Beluga caviar, celeriac and herbs, confit and smoked octopus with bacon-roasted root vegetable salad and a mustard and pepper crusted Wagyu tenderloin with port reduction.