‘Flying Dragon’ belongs to the Regale series and is a 45m flybridge yacht with a raised pilot house.
She features a fast planing hull entirely built in aluminium is capable of reaching a top speed of about 27 knots.
The elegant light blue hull is enhanced by a blue dragon graphic on both sides, which has been designed by Dobroserdov Design.
The interior was designed by GMC design in cooperation with the design team of The Italian Sea Group.
Both the flybridge and cockpit feature a big white onyx bar beautifully backlit on the top and on the front. The sun deck is actually a terrace overlooking the sea with a large sunbathing area, jacuzzi and a large table for up to 12 guests made of teak. The hard top covering part of the sun deck features a teak ceiling with the graphic of a TAO. Every external area can be covered with Arabian awnings tied to removable poles. There is an opening 2m x 2m balcony on the right side of the master suite providing a beautiful private terrace above the water.
The main deck features huge comfortable spaces with full opening sliding doors on the starboard side of the main salon. The main salon is a mixture of dark wood furniture and joinery, combined with beautiful upholstery and beige coloured lacquered ceilings. The floor is made of Tabu chocolate parquet. Just forward, the dining area is situated with a large table for up to 12 people enhanced by a large decorative wooden panel of 4m x 2m on the forward bulkhead. Forward on the main deck its all about the master cabin, taking the full beam of the yacht and featuring large side windows which give natural light to the whole environment. On the floor a beautiful light coloured carpet is boarded by black St Laurent marble, a 4m x 2m mirror hides a 55” TV. The Owners bathroom has black marble washbasins, white onyx tub and shower which also features a light blue onyx wall. Forward of the master cabin the steam bath is set between his and her dressing rooms, featuring white onyx floor and glass walls. The 4 guest cabins are located on the lower deck and include two twin bed cabins and two double Vips, all with ensuite bathrooms. The crew area is located forward on the lower deck, featuring three double cabins and a large captains cabin. The main galley is also located on the lower deck and the crew can also benefit by a huge crew mess and by a separate laundry area.