How Axioma is Making Super-Yacht History

The world caught a glimpse of the Axioma for the first time at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2013. It since has made super-yacht history.

The Axioma spans 72-metres and is comprised of six staterooms, a master suite, three VIP staterooms and two twin cabins. It doesn’t stop there; what would a mega-yacht be without a cinema, spa, gym, pool and Jacuzzi of course. What’s more impressive than the amenities is the all-star crew it comes with. A Michelin star chef and 20 of the finest staff are available for charter on the Axioma. The crew can cater up to 12 lucky guests who will experience the finest luxuries whilst discovering secret parts of the Mediterranean or Caribbean.

The late Alberto Pinto designed this special yacht and was meticulous with every detail. Pinto wanted to ensure that guests felt at home on the Axioma. So when the likes of F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton and Kendall Jenner stayed here, they felt as comfortable as they would in their mansions. You also have the ability to plan the entire itinerary for their stay, choosing destinations along the way.

Captain Mark Giblin and Chief Stewardess Suzy Sawers will arrange anything from dinner on a private beach to dives in secluded waters. However you probably won’t be doing much dining off board the Axioma. Chef Stephen Paskins has accumulated more than 20 years of experience in Michelin star establishments like AA Rossette; with specialties in classic French and modern European cuisine. If you needed any more convincing, Paskins recently won the MYBA Chefs Award for yachts over 47-metres.

Along with the chef, the yacht itself has earned many awards like the Judges’ Special Commendation at the prestigious World Super-yachts Awards. It embodies the ultimate form of luxury in every sense. A week on the Axioma will cost you around €525,000. It’s the price you pay to live a life catered to perfection all against the backdrop of pristine, unseen waters.