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Grace

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First class yacht with a nostalgic ambience which aspires to the elegance and prestige of its namesake, Princess Grace of Monaco, who spent her honeymoon on board.

The M/Y Grace has a fascinating history and has sailed under many names, with her current moniker paying homage to her late owner, Princess Grace of Monaco. The vessel was originally commissioned in 1928 and served for the British Royal Navy during World War II, playing an important role at Dunkirk.

The distinguished twin-engine motor yacht has a length of 44 metres and a speed of 15 knots. It has nine modern, but sophisticated cabins, accommodating up to 16 passengers. Facilities on board include an indoor and al fresco dining area, library, bar/lounge, sun deck, boutique and Jacuzzi, while snorkelling equipment, wetsuits ('shorties') and kayaks are all available free of charge.

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What our clients say

  • The most beautiful boat we saw anywhere with lovely outside areas and small but well thought out cabins. Altogether fantastic and the staff went out of their way to help…

    KS, London
  • "Guide Samuel on MY 'Grace' was excellent as was the Cruise Director. Compliments to everyone working on MY 'Grace' because they all help out with the day's activities so captain…

    VB, Sloane Square
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Our Expert's Opinion

It did not surprise me that, from the moment I stepped on board M/Y Grace, this was a special experience. Her elegance is enhanced with photos of Princess Grace, reminding me of the ship's unique history. Service was impeccable, and it was great to jump into the Jacuzzi after snorkelling and immediately be supplied with a towel and hot chocolate!

Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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