In 2005, Oceanco delivered Dilbar, a yacht that remained in private hands and was not permitted for much publicity. As a result, the accommodations aboard the 66-meter (217-foot), canoe-sterned superyacht remained relatively unknown. Things stayed that way under a subsequent owner, who christened her Ona.
A few months ago, however, the yacht changed hands again, and the new owner decided he wanted to offer her for charter. We can now give you the first look at Natita, part of the Burgess yacht charter fleet.
The slideshow below showcases a variety of the generous relaxation areas onboard, all designed by Alberto Pinto. Included are the saloon, the cinema, the master suite (with a gleaming wood sole and intimate saloon/seating area), and the coral-themed guest stateroom. Twelve guests in total are accommodated in six staterooms, by the way, spread between the main deck and bridge deck. The slideshow also includes the beach club and a terrific aerial view of the scallop-shaped pool atop the megayacht, which is fitted with waterjets to swim against. It can further function as a spa pool or an infinity pool, since water is intended to spill over the sides.
Natita is available for charter this summer in the Med for €497,000 (about $657,550) per week during high season and €496,000 (about $656,266) per week for low season.