Fraser Yachts has added the spectacular 73-metre Delta superyacht Laurel to its fleet. Having cruised worldwide exclusively as a private yacht, she is now available for selected charters this summer in the Mediterranean under the command of Captain David Clarke.

Launched in 2006, Laurel is wheelchair accessible to all guest areas. Accommodation includes an observation lounge, library/theatre, sky lounge, gym, formal dining room and main salon. The rich interior is the work of Don Starkey, and includes English wool carpets, the finest linens and an extensive inventory of exquisite china. The yacht has a steel hull and a composite superstructure.

The owner’s full-width master is on the main deck and has an office and two private verandas. On the lower deck, there are four spacious VIP staterooms and one stateroom with a queen bed, and a single bed and a pullman. A seventh stateroom, set up as the massage room, can be used for guests’ staff.

Kayaks, Waverunners, tenders and additional water toys are easily accessed from the large beach club at the stern.

The yacht charters for €476,000pw and €497,000 for special events.