Soraya 46 Luxury Yacht is Ready to Go

Photo Courtesy of Soraya Yachts
The world of luxury yachts is about to get even more impressive. Three years after being unveiled as a concept yacht at the 2009 Monaco Yacht Show, the Soraya 46 is ready for purchase. At 152-feet in length, the superyacht’s exterior has been designed by UNIELLé Yacht Design, while the interior is by Bobič Yacht and Aleš Bratina. With five spacious cabins able to accommodate ten guests, the vessel promises the ultimate level of comfort.

Cutting-edge technology has provided Soraya 46 with many exceptional features for those aboard. The passengers can easily find comfort in the cabins, which are kept quiet due to sound-proof walls. It also has a “Night Mode” feature which will help give the boat a peaceful atmosphere for sound sleeping. Prone to sea sickness? The Soraya 46 even contains Zero Speed stabilizers that keep the yacht steady at all times.
The bow of the vessel contains a retractable helipad, which gives the crew a safe area to go about their daily business, while also giving room when needed for any recreational activities. Large storage areas can be found all over for any mooring equipment or crew/rescue tender, allowing the deck to remain clutter-free.  

Specialist light-designers have created illumination on the yacht to enhance her beauty and create different a ambiance and mood for various occasions. This illumination system is user-friendly and can be controlled remotely. There's even underwater lighting, which lends an inviting warmth to the boat.
Soraya 46 will have full-featured audio-visual equipment and pre-set themed illumination for the exterior and interior, supplying multiple options for socializing and VIP events. The yacht has a cruising speed of around 13 mph with a max speed of around 18 mph. It has a remarkable range of 4,500 nautical miles, made possible by her 70,000-litre fuel tanks.

For information on purchasing the Soraya 46, visit

Katie Smith

Katie recently graduated in May 2012 from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. She recieved a degree in journalism and minor in psychology. At SMU she was a contributing writer for the school's newspaper, The Daily Update, as well as various blogs. After graduating Katie returned to her hometown of San Diego to pursue her journalism career and love of writing. ...(Read More)

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