Picture the scene. The sun is setting in a delightful Mediterranean port as you and your guests relax on the deck. A crew member hands out chilled cocktails while the chef prepares your evening meal. With a day’s sailing, a round of watersports and a gentle walk around the harbour behind you, you’ve deserved the rest…
Iduna offers you all the delights and conveniences of a luxury hotel in an authentic and nautical atmosphere. A classic gem among the chartering market, Iduna is everything you could need for the holiday of a lifetime or an unforgettable corporate treat. Iduna was built in 1939 by De Vries, one of the two world-famous Feadship yards. Great care was taken and no expense spared on the rebuild to retain the boat’s original charm and splendour, while at the same time providing 21st century standards of comfort. The Committee International de la Mediterranea was so impressed by Iduna’s vintage looks that it rated her as a yacht d’époque, allowing her to enter the classic regattas. Her crew also recognise the value of age-old standards of service. They will respect your space at all times while always being discreetly to hand when you need them.
Whether lounging on the deck, enjoying watersports or dining in style, the crew will also ensure all your entertainment options run smoothly.
The decorative scheme matches the authentic mood. Restrained furniture fabrics and understated cream carpeting create an air of calm, leaving supplementary features such as the cushions and artwork to introduce brightness and colour. The attention to detail is extraordinary: From the door handles and hinges to the porthole basins and lighting, design and function are in total harmony.
Cherrywood is used to great effect throughout the interior, which includes an owner’s stateroom, guest double with ensuite bathroom, an ensuite guest twin, plus two large cabins for four crew members with a spacious bathroom, galley and crew mess. There is also a lovely lounge area, which offers another place for fine dining in addition to the deckhouse.