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At 281 (85.6m) feet and 2,950 tons, this Cakewalk surpasses her four predecessors in size and is the largest yacht built in the U.S. since the 1930s, and possibly the biggest ever built in the States when measured by volume.
The sheer amount of space is unparalleled, and opens a world of possibilities for extraordinary design and craftsmanship. Styled by internationally acclaimed yacht designer, Tim Heywood, she embodies everything one comes to expect from a Cakewalk - and more!
Step aboard, and you sense something grand is about to happen. From the recessed dining salon ceilings adorned with hand-painted canvases to the majestic staircase ascending to four of the six decks, this elegant motor yacht is the epitome of gracious cruising. And while the spaciousness is akin to that of a country manor, the furnishings, exotic woods and distinctive appointments create an air of unmistakable comfort and warmth.
Uncharacteristically large gathering rooms - inside and out, and on every deck - are plentiful as are more intimate spaces for reflection and relaxation. However, what elevates this yacht to pure perfection is the unique placement of the guest and owner quarters.
Unlike others in her class, Cakewalk's guest staterooms are located above deck. Gone are the tiny portholes. In their place are stately picture windows that provide glorious views of sea and sky. Spacious baths with separate spa tubs and showers paired with plush furnishings and one-touch control systems are examples of the extent to which the designers went to ensure passengers feel completely pampered