The 34.30m 2016 DL Yachts-built yacht SOULMATE is available for charter and offers an opulent holiday base, with several cool features that belie her size.
Previously known as ML and Maryliz, SOULMATE is a Dreamline 34 model – the first vessel in the Italian yard’s 34-metre range – which won the ‘Most Innovative’ award at the Invictus Yachts Trophies and was shortlisted for a 2016 World Superyacht Award.
With naval architecture by Giuseppe Arrabito, her exquisite interiors and exteriors were designed by Enrico Gobbi of Team for Design and are so plush, guests can’t help but feel thoroughly spoiled.
SOULMATE can accommodate 10 guests across five cool cabins, including a main deck master suite with private access to the foredeck – a rarity on a yacht of this size – two VIP suites, a double and a twin cabin. All cabins, which come with high-tech entertainment centres, TVs and en-suite bathrooms, are dressed in sumptuous fabrics and decorated in shades of cream and coffee, creating a calming ambience.
The large salon features customised designer furniture, with large settees and armchairs gathered round a coffee table, plus a bar and a 46-inch Bang & Olufsen TV screen. A formal dining area with seating for 10 guests is forward – directly in line with the fold-down balcony, making it easy to move the party outside between courses.
Up on the flybridge there’s an incredible Jacuzzi with waterfall feature, surrounded by sun loungers, sun pads and a hard top with a sliding glass screen.
The aft cockpit is set up for alfresco entertaining and dining, with tables, upholstered seating and a waterproof TV, while stairs to port and starboard lead down to the wide swim platform, which allows for easy launching of the Williams RIB tender.
Twin 1,920hp MTU diesel engines give SOULMATE a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of approximately 1,800 nautical miles at 10 knots.