The yacht Marco Polo was designed to navigate with exploratory aims, and it stands out for being reliable, economical, and solid, of easy maneuverability and maintenance. It is elegant without sacrificing the inside volume and possesses the ability of sailing in hard waters.
Like the others built in China, it presents the influence of the Oriental culture through motifs that reflect the esthetics of those countries.
In the selection of the materials for the interiors decoration the ebony of Makassar was included, with contrasting walnut and whitewashed oak, and accents of style through the brilliance of the metal.
The carpets have circular motifs; design based in the Zen Ryoanji gardens. Naturally, the red and golden shades are present, besides of historic pictures and pieces that talk about antiquity and that harmonize very well within a minimalist whole.
The rooms have sliding paper doors of Japanese shoji. The bathrooms count with marble details and Chinese decoration, displaying the inspiration in the Asiatic.
The design in the layout of the rooms in the main level is relatively conventional, with a great lounge, a gallery, a study and the captain’s room. The lounge is generous in its size, as the rooms for eight crewmembers. The owner’s suite is located in the top level, as a penthouse.
In the lower level are the guests and crewmembers rooms. The room area is for six guests in the lower level it consists of three rooms and a fully equipped gym, which may turn into a fourth room in case it is necessary. All of them have a flat screen TV and shower.
A formal area of dining room for dinner, an informal area and the bar, complete the conveniences of this yacht that was born to explore the seas of the world, this is a versatile place to hold small or large parties.
Marco Polo is a boat for the adventure and it cannot envy anything to those of luxury because it is equipped and decorated with the main amenities to sail living the maximum pleasure.
Displacement (Fully laden)
1x Caterpillar 3512B
MN 3300 at 13 knots
Text: Rafael Luna Grajeda ± Photo: Cortesía de MCC