The family owned and operated second generation German yacht maker the Drettmann Group has been creating luxurious yachts for more than 40 years now, and is currently boasting the largest ship at Boot Dusseldorf 2010 exhibition, a 38 meter mega yacht and the very latest addition to the Elegance line.
The sophisticated design of Drettmann’s latest creation is part of five different brands of yachts: Bandido, Elegance, Elegance Open, Premier, and Vision Yachts. This yacht, a part of the Elegance line, is handsomely equipped and features a rather impressive interior including highlights such as a spacious fly bridge along with ample lounge and seating areas along with a BBQ.
Drettmann combines all of the traditional yacht building artistry that has withstood the test of time along with the very latest in technological advances to create a memorable and lavish yachting experience.
The generously sized rooms within the Elegance 122 RPH are further accentuated by all the comforts of modern living and all Elegance yachts are built to epitomize luxury living at sea. The yacht contains a total of six bathrooms and the master cabin spans two whole levels. The ship’s impressive interior consists of three different woods, walnut, whitewashed oak, and zebrano, all finished with a glossy, lacquered surface and highlighted by stainless steel accents.
In terms of navigation, the new Elegance 122 RPH is equipped with three helm stations, one located on the main deck in the aft cockpit, another on the large fly bridge, and the third on the main bridge. The yacht is powered by twin MTU 16 cylinder engines that together, are capable of generating a total of 7,300 horsepower. Optimal cruising speeds allow one to cover great distances while enjoying the open sea comfortably aboard the Elegance 122.
Elegance 122 RPH Specifications at a Glance:
Length Overall: 37.19 m
Beam: 7.98 m
Builder: The Drettmann Group
Type: Motor yacht
Engine Options: 2 x MTU 16 cylinder
Total Engine Horsepower: 7,300
Fuel Capacity: 18,018 l
Water Capacity: 200 l/hour
Accommodations for Crew: Three cabins
Accommodations for Guests: Five cabins
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