Designed by Dubois Naval Architects, the 41m (135ft) Yacht Polly 135 is an accomplished, muscular performer at sea and a stylish head-turner in any anchorage. She was built in 2007 and last refitted in 2012. The smooth exterior lines are enhanced by uninterrupted black glass windows sweeping along the main deck and beautifully finished stainless steel louvres wrapping around the aft side and forward superstructure. The permanent composite Bimini top on the flybridge adds a futuristic flourish, while the matching curved stairways from the aft boarding platform up to the main deck provide a dramatic entrance.
The interior design is by Redman Whiteley Dixon. The overall impression is of a contemporary space with light pouring in from all sides, enhanced by spectacular white marble floors. The timber joinery is modern with strong angular lines, while cream silk carpets in selected areas provide a soft contrast to the marble surfaces. The styling theme that recurs throughout the vessel is a delicate stainless steel inlay on tables, furniture pieces and on the floors. Flexible accommodation arrangements allow for up to 9 guests in 4 staterooms. The owners’ stateroom is situated forward on the main deck and includes an entry lobby, ‘his and hers’ bathrooms, a walk-in dressing room, discreet office and lounge area. Guests are accommodated in three staterooms on the lower deck. The two aft staterooms have large queen-size beds and the forward starboard stateroom has twin beds. An additional pullman berth is provided in the twin-bed cabins. All of the staterooms have ensuite marble bathrooms, silk carpets, entertainment systems, mood lighting and climate control.
Formal dining is on the main deck, with further alfresco dining arrangements on the aft deck and the expansive flybridge. The wide open flybridge is a great area for entertaining, chilling at the cocktail bar or enjoying a dinner underneath the stars.