MY Relentless sleeps as many as 9 guests in four staterooms, including a master suite, two double cabins, a twin cabin and a Pullman berth.
The overall design of MY Relentless is one very elegant and luxurious, classically styled with Chinese influences of the four elements of wood, water, fire and soil. Her interior spaces are warm and welcoming, with a clear focus on relaxation. Her salon is ultra-spacious with comfortable seating options.
Her spacious top deck is the ideal entertaining space. Large loungers provide space for sunning or relaxing. It also boasts a full bar, outdoor TV and large Jacuzzi. She offers stunning views wherever guests are located of the emerald-green peaks of the South Pacific’s most renowned cruising areas. Enjoy sunset cocktails or al fresco snacks while taking in the spectacular surrounding views!
Destinations: MY Relentless is available for charters in the Islands of Tahiti.
Charter cruise duration: On request.
Availability: All year round.
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- 2 paddle boards
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Year built: 2006
Length: 33.53 m / 110 ft
Number of cabins: 4
Total guests: 9
Cabin configuration: 3 double, 1 twin and 1 Pullman bed berth
Total crew: 6-7
Dining: Inside on the main deck or alfresco on the aft deck
MY Relentless is a super luxurious expedition yacht based in the South Pacific waters which offers chartered expedition in French Polynesia. Referred to as an explorer vessel, she provides very sea-worthy and stable cruising while still having the benefits of a shallow draft. The ability to tuck in to hidden bays for shelter or exploration and cruise longer distances between anchorages provides adventurers with much more flexibility when planning their itinerary.