The 60m (196.9ft) BLUE EYES LONDON was built to Lloyd's classification and delivered in 2009 by CRN Ancona to exterior designs by Zuccon International Project and interiors by Fabrizio Smania, making her exclusively the product of Italian style and craft.
A vast sun deck has a jacuzzi forward, flanked by sun pads, shaded by parasols and shielded from the breeze by glass screens. Aft is an expanse of sun lounging space that is also a touch-and-go helipad. A climate-controlled gym offers workouts with a view and an elevator serves all guest decks for step-free access. There is another al fresco dining area with lounge on the bridge deck aft and a square lounger with a striking etched-glass globe on the main deck aft. Steps either side lead down to a generously sized beach club with lounge and a huge swimming platform. A Portuguese bridge creates a more intimate open-air feature and the large folding private balcony in the owner's suite transforms the space.
On the bridge deck aft is a full-beam, relaxed, informal lounge with panoramic views. The main deck features a baby grand piano and curved bookshelves with a lounge area aft. Forward is a grand main saloon and forward of that an intimate formal dining room.
The owner's suite is full beam, with private office and a spectacular his-and-her's bathroom, blending marbles with rich, dark woods, that has at its focus a circular hot tub. A VIP double cabin commands excellent views from the bridge deck and two double cabins and two twins on the lower deck complete accommodation for 12 guests. She also accommodates up to 13 crew in seven cabins and there is a hull door in the lower deck crew quarters for discreet provisioning.
Twin 1,950hp Caterpillar 3516B engines give her a top speed of 14kn, a transatlantic range of 4,000nm at her cruising speed of 11kn and zero-speed stabilisers ensure comfort on arrival.