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Looks like a million,” aptly describes the million-dollar makeover of TAIL LIGHTS completed in late 2016. Recently revitalized beyond her original beauty, this luxurious super yacht gleams from the tip of her two-tone, gray metallic Stoppani hull to her splendid, streamlined stern.
Step inside the well-appointed interior to her elegant main salon dressed in silk fabrics and fine art; adjacent formal dining for 10, and abundant staterooms below accommodating up to 10 guests. While there is a bonus on deck media room forward which converts to a private cabin with en suite bathroom.
Aloft, she boasts an impressive fly bridge, the place to be for entertaining with a full wet bar, alfresco dining option and full size jacuzzi looking aft with magnificent views, stylishly outfitted with new teak deck furnishings and taupe fabrics.
This exceptional 116 Azimut Grande promises guests a highly-civilized adventure at sea—whether it’s fora week, a month, or forever……
She features plenty of outdoor lounging with al fresco options from the flybridge and aft deck, and relaxation area on the bow's sunpad area with settee arrangement.
-Owner's private master suite is fully separate with a private stair case leading below amidships with King size bed, sitting chairs, small self service bar, and safe. The large en suite bathroom has bathtub and separate jet rain shower, double sinks.
-Two identical VIP suites with Queen beds, en suite bathroom with jet rain shower
-Two identical Guest suites with Twin beds, en suite bathroom with jet rain shower
All new soft goods (e.g. bed covers, linens, towels, and light carpeting below deck)
-On the main deck there is a media room forward which has a convertible sofa bed (double) and a day head just opposite with with jet shower which closes off to make a private cabin. There is an additional day head on the main deck.
The spacious, well -equipped fly bridge is where all of the fun takes place and is ideal for entertaining and outdoor enjoyment with large Jacuzzi on deck, marble top wet bar/TV and 3 bar stools, comfortable al fresco dining seats up to 10 with extendable teak table and c-shaped dining sofa. , New Murray teak chaise loungers aft of the Jacuzzi.
Spacious main aft deck offers al fresco dining for up to 10 Guests
Some of the works completed include during the refit in 2016:
-Factory custom paint job (two tone dark and light gray Stoppani metallic acrylic paint
-Interior wood panel and flooring refinishing
-Teak deck refinished
-New exterior and interior soft goods, e.g. furniture upholstery, sun pad upholstery,decorative pillows, bed covers, linens and towels
-New Murray teak deck chairs (Aft deck dining and Fly bridge dining)
-New Westminster teak loungers
-Integrated iPad controllers
-New Atlas power conversion system (American and European)
-All new table settings and service ware
-32' Scout painted and serviced
Tail Lights is continuously maintained with regular maintenance periods.
Fully staffed with a professional crew of six including your very own gourmet chef.
- Vessel Info
- TAIL LIGHTS
- Year Built:
- Year Refittted:
- United States
- Stefano Righini
- Captain Steve Kemp, Chef & 4 crew
- Dimensions, Speed, & Specifications
- 116 ft (35.4 m)
- Max Speed:
- 28 kts (52 kph)
- Cruise Speed:
- 25 kts (46 kph)
- 2x MTU 16V 2000 M91 2400hp
- 23 ft (7.3 m)
- Min. Draft:
- 6 ft 7 in (2 m)
- Max. Draft:
- 6 ft 7 in (2 m)
Sleeps 10 in 5 Cabins
- AmmenitiesBluray player all cabins, DVD player all cabins, DVD player saloon, Games console, Indoor audio system, iPod dock, Local TV, Outdoor audio system, Satellite TV, TV all cabins, TV saloon, 32ft / 9.80m 0hp Scout, Floating Mats, Inflatable floating island, Kneeboard, Paddleboards multiple, Wakeboard, Water skis - adult, Wave runner (sitdown), BBQ, Beach umbrella, Deck shower, Fishing gear - heavy, Jacuzzi on deck, Sun cushions, Sun loungers, Swim platform
- DivingNot Insured, Diving by arrangement, Snorkelling gear, Spearfishing gear
- Crew ProfileCaptain: Steve Kemp
As a 16 year veteran in the yachting industry, Steve possesses a well-rounded and highly refined program proficiency. Captain Steve and his crew aim to provide guests with the highest standard of guest services from trip planning, hospitality to guest activities.
As well, Captain Steve insists on running the safest possible charter program. This “safety conscious state of mind” will always provide his guests with a worry-free environment.
Regions traveled are Seattle, Vancouver, US West Coast, Panama Canal, US East Coast, New England, Great Lakes, Bahamas and Caribbean......Engineer/Mate: Jeff Marshall
Jeff is a seasoned mariner with over 10 years’ experience . Jeff served in the U.S.Coast Guard for 4 years as electrician aboard ship. He has a strong back ground in marine engineering and electrical systems. Jeff spent several years working on a commercial dive charter boat in the Bahamas where they would have diving enthusiasts aboard doing 4-5 dives per day. He is also a licensed captain and brings a variety of skills to his current position as chief engineer aboard m/y TAIL LIGHTS, where he joined the yacht early 2016. Jeff was involved during the refit period completed at the Azimut yard in Viareggio last year, where underwent a six-month extensive refitChef: Greg Bergeron
Chef Greg, a Vermont native, used cooking as a way to expand his horizons through travel and enrich his culinary skills working along side today's most talented chefs. He spent summers on Martha’s Vineyard perfecting his fresh pasta and learning to source the freshest local seafood and farm fresh produce. Spending winters on Long Island and Vermont, he focused on honing his skills to cater to client’s specific needs while creating a lasting experience for all his guests. During the rare moments he’s not in the kitchen, Greg can be found skiing, hiking, fishing or on the beach with a good book and a glass of wine.2nd Mate: Jack Kemp
Jack loves serving with the crew aboard M/Y Tail Lights! It presents a perfect blend of sea travel and excellence in service. His mariner background includes multiple years engaging diverse elements including military vessels, ship husbandry, military diving operations, sailing regatta crew and an array of pleasure craft. Seaworthy and a trained professional in diverse and demanding environments, Jack is a certified mariner. He is accustomed to high standards of vessel upkeep, client service, passenger safety and situational fluency in multitude of settings. With his military diving and watercraft background, his exposure includes the Great Lakes, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Red Sea, Gulf of Aqaba, Indian Ocean and other international waters.Chief Stewardess: Christina Wilson
Born in Houston, Texas, Christina’s passion for the ocean developed over many years spent working and studying on the eastern and western coasts of the United States. Her sense of adventure began at an early age but has grown after serving in the U.S. Army as well as working and studying in Central Asia and the Middle East. Christina is a world traveler and her warm spirit and positive attitude travel with her. She possesses tremendous attention to detail and service acquired from her time in the military and experience in Washington DC’s restaurant industry. She is excited to bring her caring nature and love of exploration to your Tail Lights experience.
Second Stewardess -Hannah, profile coming soon