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Built in 1990, the Pegasus was refurbished in 2009 to the highest of standards, offering a private yacht-style experience in its well-appointed public areas and spacious cabins. The 49-passenger twin-hulled mega yacht allows guests to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere while an attentive crew sees to all your requirements, ensuring you have the most enjoyable and comfortable experience on board. Admire the spectacular views from the indoor/outdoor lounge or from its adjoining dining area that is surrounded by large panoramic windows.



Accommodating just 49 passengers with more than 240 square metres/2,550 square feet of open deck space, the Pegasus is both intimate and spacious. During your stay you may choose to swim from the stern of the ship, or relax by day in the comfortable lounge and browse the extensive library collection.

Guests often favor Pegasus’ sophisticated bar and take advantage of the area for socialising with fellow passengers. Meals may be taken on the upper-deck in the spacious, ocean-view restaurant or in the shaded outdoor restaurant. Outdoors, meals are served al fresco. Indoors the restaurant serves menus mixing international and local cuisine. During meals, drinks are provided free of charge.

Dress is typically casual and comfortable but some dining and shore events call for smart casual attire.

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