The Fraser Yachts Mini K2 Superyacht is the yard’s third largest superyacht
The 99-foot Fraser Yachts Mini K2 Superyacht has been unveiled, with exteriors done by Francesco Guida Design and the naval design by Palumbo Superyachts. Suitable for both leisure cruising and thrill rides, the superyacht has a sleek, sporty design. Let’s dive in to take a deeper look.
The Fraser Yachts Mini K2 Superyacht’s planing hull is made of a combination of carbon and composite fibers. She also has two MTU engines, which allow her to reach a top speed of 37 knots and a cruising speed of 32 knots.
Luca Dini Design and Architecture created the boat’s interior, which has a contemporary Mediterranean vibe. The living area is designed to make the most of the outdoors and is abundantly lit by natural light. A comfortable sofa and a movable coffee table are included in the main salon. Additionally, there is an expandable table in the dining area that can seat up to 12 people.
The four staterooms can accommodate 10 people. The owner’s suite, which is situated amidships, is opulent and welcoming and furnished with plenty of mahogany and leather. There’s a big marble-top desk in the room where you can work or relax.
Outside, there’s a total area of just over 800 square feet. The roomy stern creates an outdoor beach club as it slopes down into the swim platform. The area has fold-out balconies as well as a dining table, couch, and room for sunbathing. One of the yacht’s coolest features is the sundeck which can be accessed through an external staircase. The deck comes with loungers, a bar, and a dining table.
Available this summer for charter, the Fraser Yachts Mini K2 Superyacht will cost $103,900 per week. For additional information, please visit the Fraser Yachts website here.