Features of the Inception
Crafted by the acclaimed Heesen Yachts in 2008, the Inception accommodates twelve guests within six roomy cabins. If a few unexpected visitors show up, that’s alright; multiple pull-out beds are available and easily accessible for everyone’s convenience.
Out of the six bedrooms, there is one that stands above the rest. The Inception’s enormous circular master suite boasts a king-size bed which rotates to face a large plasma screen or windows that provide panoramic views. The cabin also has a walk-in wardrobe, an en-suite bathroom, and a large deck with an infinity pool.
Sun deck suitable for day and night
The Inception’s breathtaking sun deck features a twelve-person jacuzzi, dining area, and quadruple sun pad that’s ideal for bathing in tranquility. After nightfall, the deck transforms into an outdoor cinema, offering a truly one-of-a-kind movie night experience.
Full set of activities on board
Aside from the lavish features of this outstanding vessel, passengers will enjoy access to an array of activities, onboard and off. If you’re more interested in remaining on the yacht, you’ll have yoga mats, free weights, a fitness bench, and exercise bikes at your disposal.
For adventuring waterside, the Inception houses three tenders: a 38’ Intrepid sport fishing boat, 25’ Novurania diesel tender, and a 4.5m Narwhal rescue boat. In terms of smaller equipment, there are four jet skis, two Seabobs, a FlyBoard, kite surfer, windsurfer, wake and paddle boards, water skis, and snorkeling and fishing gear.
How much does the Inception cost to charter?
The Inception is chartered through Edmiston. It will set you back around $250,000 per week during low season, and up to $280,000 a week during the summer.
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