Top Five II - Description

TOP FIVE II was completed in 2021 and measures 61 metres with a beam of 10.8 metres and a draft of 3.12 metres. Known as Project 251 throughout her build, she is the first custom yacht delivered under the yard’s Royal designation. TOP FIVE II features interior and exterior design by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design with naval architecture and engineering undertaken by Diana Yacht Design.

Built for an experienced yacht owner, TOP FIVE II accommodates 12 guests. The full-beam owner’s suite takes centre stage on the dedicated owner’s deck, complete with large his-and-hers bathrooms, extensive glazing and a private alfresco dining area and a Jacuzzi on the foredeck. Five en suite guest cabins are found on the main deck, including a spacious VIP cabin with full wheelhouse accessible features, while a custom elevator connects all decks. An extra-large crew mess in addition to three private cabins provided for the captain, chief engineer and first officer mark a unique feature of TOP FIVE II, with the owner dedicating unusually large spaces to ensuring a well-rested and comfortable crew of 19.

Throughout, Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design has created a clean and classic interior focusing on textures and natural elements, including oak, walnut and premium leather detailing. From the cinema room on the lower deck to the showstopping family-style open galley on the main deck, a neutral material palette, outstanding marble selections and rich fabrics work in harmony to create a rich, warm environment.

TOP FIVE II’s exterior design is defined by vast open areas and plenty of amenities to create memorable moments with family and friends. A spacious beach club provides seamless access to the water, while the upper deck is packed with standout features: a swimming pool is complemented by a 54” BBQ, comfortable sun pads, a sauna and an airconditioned indoor/outdoor lounge. A cozy fire pit completes the picture on the sun deck - a unique spot for a memorable evening at sea.

Commenting on her interior design, Paul Costerus, Senior Designer and Partner at Sinot, says: “The continuous flow and balance in the interior is something you can really feel when you step onboard. Without a doubt, the most exciting feature in YN 251s design is the immense ceiling heights - a specific request from the owner. At 2.3 and 2.4 metres in the domes on both the main and owner’s deck, it’s a great achievement on a 61-metre yacht.”

Regarding her technical details, TOP FIVE II features an ice-class reinforced hull and is built in accordance with IMO Tier III regulations. She is powered by twin CATERPILLAR 3512E diesel engines delivering a top speed of 15.2 knots, a cruising speed of 12.7 knots and an autonomous range of 4.200 nm at 12 knots. Equipped with a forward-facing FarSounder sonar, ECDIS chart system, NAIAD zero speed stabilisers and a state-of-the-art dynamic positioning system, TOP FIVE II has the capability, confidence and comfort to explore where others simply can’t.

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