JULIET is a 20-meter superyacht built in 2007 by the British shipyard Princess Yachts. Spacious and stylish, this cool and comfortable yacht wows with plush sun-beds at the front and rear, as well as a seating area from which to soak up the rays. Wherever you throw anchor, with her clean lines and glamorous design she is bound to catch the eye.
JULIET has her base port in Ibiza and she is available for charter year-round in the Balearic Islands. The Balearic Islands have been a popular charter destination for many years – and it's not difficult to see why. With stunning golden sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, lively nightlife and mouth-watering Spanish cuisine, the Balearics are best discovered by chartering a superyacht.
ACCOMMODATION & DECK AREAS
JULIET´s interior layout can comfortably accommodate up to 6 guests overnight in 3 well-appointed staterooms, including a Master stateroom, a VIP and a Twin one, all located on the lower deck. With high-quality interior decoration and great craftsmanship as well as detailed of individual spaces, including a single space from aft to the cockpit and further to forward deck, this yacht is like no other. The exterior design offers a flat deck surface, and a beautiful dynamic shape, resembling a bullet.
JULIET´s dynamic shape allows her a cruising speed of 35 knots. The bow area offers a lot of sunbathing space, and the stern has a relaxing space opening into an amazing swimming platform in the back. She is therefore perfectly suitable for entertainment and summer Mediterranean lifestyle especially with her lovely crew and choice of water toys on board.
Built with GRP hull and superstructure and powered by two MAN engines of 1.300hp each, JULIET has a cruising speed of 32 knots and can reach a maximum speed of 39 knots.
JULIET´s impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal yacht for socializing and entertaining with family and friends.
TENDER & TOYS
For the fun onboard JULIET´s guests can make use of her selection of water toys that includes an Avon tender, a Seabob, a wakeboard and snorkelling equipment.