M/Y Grace, named after her last owner, the Princess Grace of Monaco, is a representation of elegance, beauty and prestige. The Grace is a stylish small yacht for travellers who seeks a true "old world" experience.
Built in Southampton, UK, by Camper and Nicholsons, the oldest marine leisure-yacht builder in the world, the Motor Yacht Grace is named after her last owner, Princess Grace of Monaco. The name is a representation of her elegance, beauty and prestige.
M/Y Grace is the ideal small luxury yacht for the traveler who seeks a true nautical safari experience, complimented with excellent service and dinning. The Grace also has a cruise director onboard. The yacht has spacious dining room, sitting room inside, as well as 'al fresco' dining areas, sun deck, library, bar-salon, kayaks, and a jacuzzi.
The Motor Yacht Grace offers 9 spacious staterooms of up to 19 square meters (209 square feet) to accommodate 18 guests. There are two Master Suites (A1 & A4) with Queen size bed, and two Twin Suites (A2 & A3) with Twin beds, on the Upper Deck, all with picture windows; plus 5 Staterooms with porthole windows on the lower, Carolina Deck, three cabins (C1, C2 & C5) with a Queen size and two cabins (C3 & C4) with Twin beds . All cabins feature private bathrooms, individual climate controls, safe boxes, telephones and plenty of storage space for clothing and luggage. Bathrooms have all the essential amenities, hair dryers and ample space to store toiletries.
The Grace also has a cruise director on board. The yacht has spacious public spaces inside, as well as 'al fresco' dining areas, sun deck, library, bar-salon, kayaks, and a Jacuzzi.