First launched in 1963 at Dutch yard as a commercial vessel,Chakra was converted into a superyacht at British yard in 1998.
Accommodation is for 42 guests across 21 cabins, including a full-beam VIP with his and hers en-suites, while the crew quarters allow for a staff of up to 43. Her refreshed interiors feature light upholstery to contrast with the hardwood decks.
Chakra’s five decks and 12.5 metre beam create a total interior volume of 2,083GT. Exterior relaxation spaces include a dedicated yoga area and an aft-deck on the bridge deck.
Moving inside, Chakra boasts a massage room, beauty parlour, and , as well as a fully-stocked tender garage, which houses two RIBs, six Yamaha Wave Runners and a 12 metre Sessa dayboat.
Her single MAN B&W Alpha engine provides a total power output of 3,996hp, which translates into a top speed of around 15 knots, whileChakra’s total fuel capacity of 136,100 litres give her a globe-trotting cruising range in excess of 10,000 nautical miles at ten knots.