DIKSIA.COM - Parsifal III is a 54-metre (177 feet) sailing yacht that combines style, performance and comfort in a stunning package. Built in 2005 by the renowned Italian shipyard Perini Navi, Parsifal III has an exquisite interior design by Remi Tessier and a sleek exterior styling by Perini Navi. Parsifal III has won multiple awards and nominations for its design, engineering and innovation, and has become one of the most popular sailing yachts for charter.
A Perfectly Proportioned Ketch
Parsifal III is a ketch, which means it has two masts: a main mast and a mizzen mast. This configuration gives Parsifal III more sail area and more flexibility in adjusting the sails to different wind conditions. Parsifal III has a total sail area of 1,500 square metres (16,146 square feet), which allows it to reach speeds of up to 18 knots under sail. Parsifal III also has a single Caterpillar engine that can propel it at 10 knots when there is no wind.
Parsifal III has a sleek and elegant profile, with a dark blue hull and a white superstructure. The yacht has a hydraulic swim platform that can be lowered to the water level, creating a convenient access point for swimming, diving and boarding the tenders and toys. Parsifal III also has a spacious flybridge deck, where guests can enjoy panoramic views, sunbathe on the loungers, relax in the jacuzzi or dine al fresco on the large table.
A Luxurious and Modern Interior
Parsifal III has an interior design that is both modern and warm, with a blend of dark ebony and wenge woods, light sycamore, stainless steel, leather and glass. The interior is minimalist and elegant, with clean lines and subtle lighting. Parsifal III can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins, including a master suite, two double cabins and two twin cabins with pullman berths. The master suite is located aft and has direct access to the swim platform. It features a king-size bed, a walk-in closet, a lounge area, a desk and an en suite bathroom with a jacuzzi tub and a shower. The other cabins are located amidships and have queen-size beds, single beds or pullman berths, as well as en suite bathrooms with showers.