CARYALI is high volume explorer yacht built by the famous New Zealand Yacht builder Alloy Yachts and designed by award-winning
Dutch architect, Rene van der Velden, to travel anywhere in the world in comfort and luxury. Her 8’ 6” draft and heavy displacement with a bulbous wave breaking bow allow for a steady seakeeping experience. She features walkaround decks and a crow’s nest that is ideal for spotting sea life. Her carefully thought out design allows the tenders and toys to be stored forward making for easy access to the equipment and water. This unique design offers great accommodations and public space, allowing the inside and outside spaces to work together harmoniously.
The warm, family-friendly interior is a fashionable collaboration between the owners and the prestigious design firm of Redman Whiteley Dixon, finding the perfect use of the interior space with the best of materials. Her five-stateroom design with her on-deck full beam master makes for an ideal layout. In addition to her huge deck space, CARYALI offers a state-of-the-art gym that looks out onto the ocean when the stern door is open and when closed the large windows offer an equally impressive view.
The voluminous main salon opens to the formal dining area which is accentuated by a large bulkhead made of a handetched panel that replicates the famous Monet water lily painting. Contrasting the main deck, the upper deck is beachy chic themed with a comfortable taupe and white color scheme that matches the hull color. Moving to the sky lounge, the owners kept every climate in mind. Retractable glass allows for watching icebergs float by in an arctic setting or sunbathing in more tropical climates.
CARYALI is a turnkey expedition yacht that has been kept to the highest standards possible. Recently finishing her Lloyds 5 year survey, she is ready to cruise any waters on a moment’s notice. The attention to detail, efficiency of usable space and sophisticated interior and exterior designs make this bluewater explorer the finest value on today’s brokerage market.