Within her ice blue hull and refined superstructure is a 7,500sqft interior that hints at the distinction Victoria del Mar carried at the time of her launch — the most voluminous yacht ever built in the United States. The owners worked closely alongside designer Claudette Bonville of Claudette Bonville Associates to execute an interior inspired by the late Alberto Pinto, famed French interior designer applauded for his "Haute Interior Design" and harmonious execution of grand sophisticated and contemporary spaces.

Each space within this expansive interior effortlessly blends contemporary elegance with casual comfort — highlighted by thoughtful touches of exotic woods, leather finishes and soft maple wood flooring and set off by a collection of original pop, surrealist and abstract art works.

Embroidered Italian linens, cashmere blankets, sumptuous white silk carpets, leather wall coverings and exotic stone etching continue the detailing throughout Victoria del Mar's accommodations. Her twin VIP staterooms feature 8ft-high ceilings with skylights and her spacious master suite includes a plush seating area and study. Uniquely, this suite also opens onto a semi-private aft deck that can be enclosed or opened to the sea breeze.

Victoria del Mar offers guests a full gym that converts to a massage room. Accessed by an elevator from her main deck, the owner's deck features a clubby skylounge is highlighted by artistically etched slump glass doors and features mirror balconies that open onto the sea.

Her expansive sun deck invites the ultimate in relaxation, with its plentiful seating areas, large spa pool, dining table for 18, teak-topped bar and 100in outdoor screen that transforms this amazing space to an outdoor cinema under the stars.