Decks: The exceptionally broad beam of 9.5 m gives guests spacious and separated deck areas for sunbathing, lounging on cushions and sofas in the shade, 2 tables for al fresco dining aft and forward, and drinks at the 'wet-feet' bar which seats 12 and has elevator service. Easy access ladders give guests access to the water and dinghies both port and starboard.
Saloon areas: The large interior dining and sitting saloon has a clean, classic design with immaculate mahogany finish. The centerpiece is a beautiful white Orla grand piano which lends a sense of nostalgia and creates the perfect atmosphere for a fine dining experience. The main deck saloon accommodates another formal dining area for 12 and two large custom-made sofas with 140' 3D LED TV entertainment.
Cabins: Regina accommodates 12 guests in 6 beautiful en suite cabins: the full beamed master stateroom and a slightly smaller second stateroom each have lounge area and dressing rooms. There are also 3 double and 1 twin cabin. Each classically designed cabin features small but absolutely stunning details, such as bedheads of solid honey mousse onyx columns, walls of Afyon Marble, and solid onyx sinks and flooring. Each cabin is large and luxurious, lit to perfection giving a warm yet dramatic effect, and offering a unique and unforgettable stay.
Galley and crew quarters: The large modern kitchen galley features all necessary Siemens equipment - including 3 ovens, grill, refrigerators and deep freezers. The crew quarters are separate from guests with private access at the bow. There are 4 large and comfortable en suite cabins for 8 crew. The captain’s cabin is located next to the engine room.
Eengine, rigging and build: Regina was designed as a high performance ocean-going vessel, she is MCA compliant and well-equipped to meet the needs of discerning charter clientele. For security, the ships alarms, systems and engine data are monitored using a computerised PLC monitoring system. Regina is a sailing schooner with two masts, her rig has been designed by Christopher John Mitchell The steel hull is built with both lateral and longitudinal frames to ensure stability of the yacht under rough/ variable sea conditions.