Now, before we go on, I invite you to take a closer look at what awaits you and your friends. Take the time to soak in all the varying decks, the interior and exterior lounges, staterooms, the jacuzzis, water slides, all of it. Did you like all the wood furnishings and flooring? How about that mind-blowing master bedroom? All of these, and so much more, are reasons to dive deeper into the Impromptu and what sort of lifestyle you can experience.
Overall, what you've just witnessed in the image gallery is a ship built in 2011, but in 2022, a full interior and exterior refit took years of this already young superyacht. This was done not only to refresh the vessel, but it appears as though with the intention in mind, that of making Impromptu the peak of "Sophistication, luxury, and adventure." Oh, and it has all the toys needed to back up that statement.
As for the main deck, this is where things get interesting. Outdoors, another alfresco lounge is present, but once you enter Impromptu, a piano lounge welcomes guests to sit around, smoke cigars, enjoy candid talks, and once it's dinner time, sit at a table that fits all 12 guests. Beyond that, another "powder room" and even a galley, but the real treat is the massive, beam-to-beam master suite. If you've witnessed the images in the gallery, you know why I'm making such a big deal out of this space. Here, we find a walk-in closet, two bathrooms, an elevated bed, and a viewing lounge towards the front of the room. Imagine having breakfast with your loved one in the morning, viewing the watery world around you with sleepy eyes. Magical if you ask me.
Now, I'm going to skip over the guest rooms, not that they're of any lesser quality, but most of us are going to want the master suite and jump right into tall the toys and activities you can enjoy on Impromptu. For starters, a 45 ft (13 m) Everglades tender with four Yamaha Outboards means you can enjoy some deepsea fishing. Throw in three Waverunners, Seabobs, hydrofoils, and that massive slide you see in the picture, and you're set for one hell of a week. Do you want more? What about a floating beach club, standup paddleboards, snorkeling gear, and even a driving range with biodegradable golf balls? In case you dock in some port and want to explore the local terrain, four e-bikes are also part of the mix. What more could you want?
If you're curious, Impromptu was built by none other than Trinity Yachts, a company born in 1988 on the Gulf Coast of the US, but the interior and exterior design is the work of Patrick Knowles Design, one of America's most renowned yacht design groups. In short, this is an all-American dream you can live out for no less than $255K a week. Try getting in touch with Northrop & Johnson, or any other broker that's looking to get in on this deal, and start making some memories that are sure to last a lifetime.