With a size of 91.4m (299'10') MOONLIGHT II is one of the world’s most impressive charter yachts. Built to SOLAS safety specifications, she has a steel hull and superstructure with aluminium deckhouses. The ship is equipped to carry up to 36 passengers with 34 crew. With a range of over 7,000 nautical miles, MOONLIGHT II is capable of crossing the Atlantic, navigating the Panama Canal and reaching the west coast of the United States and Mexico. The 122 sqm (1,313 sq ft) Upper Deck master suite includes the owner’s stateroom with superior California king-size bed, 180’ panoramic windows with remote controlled curtain and access to a private deck. Facing the bed is a retractable 42" plasma television/DVD with Creston control console. The master bathroom is finished entirely in pure white Afion marble with a double Jacuzzi bath, two basins, two separate WCs and bidets, a separate shower and two walk-in closets. The suite also has a subsidiary twin stateroom 23 sq m (248 sq ft) with an en-suite bathroom for children or personal staff and a fully equipped study. Additionally there are 10 guest staterooms on the Main Deck, 6 x 34 sqm (366 sq ft) doubles and 4 x 29 sq m (312 sq ft) twins and 4 on the Upper Deck, 2 x 27sq m (291sq ft) doubles and 2 x 29 sqm (312 sq ft) twins. There is one special needs twin stateroom 18 sq m (194 sq ft) on the Bridge Deck with 90cm doors and a fully equipped en-suite shower room. Each guest stateroom is a mini suite with super king-size bed (or large singles), tilting flat screen LCD linked to satellite TV, DVD, CD and radio, writing desk with direct dial telephone links and internet/email connection. All staterooms have hand made carpets, silk curtains, a sofa, walk in closets and large bathroom with bath, shower and separate WC, bidet and twin basins. Bathrooms are finished in large pieces of Michelangelo marble with each basin made out of a single slab. All staterooms have sophisticated lighting systems with individual controls in both bedroom and bathroom. The 5 menu system allows different levels and locations from full to nightime lighting. Additionally the door between the bed and bathroom is illuminated by a fibre optic light that moves through different light spectrums. There is a specially-built creche with climbing frame, slide, games and toys. The ship has pantries at all levels as well as a service lift for the crew, connecting 5 decks. A separate guest lift for 6 guests runs from the Lower Deck up to the Sun Deck. The main staircase connects the Lower Deck up to the Bridge Deck. Each landing is furnished with 4 x 1.3 metre symmetrical slabs of blue Makauba Brazilian marble. Indoors or outside, all 36 guests can be seated for dinner at one time. The Lower Deck Health Centre is divided into 5 areas: main Jacuzzi room, a post treatment/relaxation room, identical segregated areas for men and women including sauna, steam room, cold plunge pool, Jacuzzi and shower. A further area includes a beauty salon, facial /body treatments and massage room. The entire centre is run by 2 fully qualified beauty therapists. Also on the Lower Deck is a gymnasium with multigym, treadmill, rowing and cycling machines, free weights and television/DVD player. The wine cellar is equipped with temperature and humidity controlled shelves for correct storage of over 500 vintage wines. The ship operates a 24 hour laundry service. Indoors and on deck, there are Bose surround sound music systems throughout the yacht. On board cinema. Health & Beauty center with spa.