Step aboard Romola into a timeless world of Edwardian grandeur. A classic schooner-rigged wooden motor yacht, Romola’s style and quality of design is in the best tradition of her builders, the world renowned Camper & Nicholson.
She first set sail in 1903, part of a lost golden age of glamour and indulgence.In the past Romola has been owned by a peer of the realm and the personal yacht of the Commodore of the Royal Yacht Club, Romola’s history and pedigree make her not only a beautiful yacht but an important part of British maritime history.
And today, a new chapter in her history awaits…
Lovingly restored, the care and attention that has been lavished on Romola’s refurbishment is evident throughout. Hand crafted in oak and cherry woods, her three beautifully appointed en-suite staterooms offer accommodation for up to six guests.
The handsome saloon is the perfect retreat for evening, resplendent with deep oak panelling, bevelled glass and a myriad of antique crystal and bespoke brass fittings. Evocative of a sophisticated Edwardian gentleman’s club, it is the ideal place to enjoy a glass of wine and a hand of cards.
The exceptional craftsmanship throughout, combine with authentic period furnishings and well-preserved original features, combine to make Romola one of the finest period yachts afloat today.
On deck you will find a teak dining table with seating for up to 12 people, where you can enjoy a leisurely lunch under the shade of the sun canopy or indulge in a candlelit dinner in the moonlight.
For sun-worshippers there is plenty of deck space forward and amidships, or for a more private spot the aft deck is perfect to watch the sun go down. You are welcome to try a spell in the wheelhouse, where Romola’s skipper will be happy to share the finer points of navigation and talk you through your voyage.
Whether you are seeking the peace and solitude of the Mediterranean’s secluded bays or the glamour of the timelessly chic resorts of the Cote D’Azur, Romola will take you there in unequivocal style.