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Ever wonder what the amenities and price of a yacht on Below Deck is? Here is everything you need to know about Captain Lee’s My Seanna yacht.
The yacht that Captain Lee Rosbach is sailing on this season of Below Deck is the notorious My Seanna. While fans of the show haven’t seen the yacht since season six in 2018, it was quite the impressive power vessel. It looks like Valor is taking a back seat for this season.
On this season of the popular Bravo series, My Seanna is setting sailing once again with Captain Lee and the crew from the show. Even though it has been a couple of years since the fans have seen the massive yacht, they do not forget all the great times the crew had on it during season 6. Captain Lee took the My Seanna ship all the way to Tahiti on season 6, which made for quite the picturesque season. Now My Seanna is back on the water, sailing through the Caribbean sea with the crew from Below Deck.
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According to Mega Yacht News, the My Seanna yacht seen on Below Deck was built 20 years ago by Delta Marine and previously named Gallant Lady. Back the yacht was 160 feet, but was refitted in 2014 to the 185-foot mega yacht its appears as today. The Yacht Charter Fleet added that the interior and exterior designs of the boat were designed by Glade Johnson Design. The overall look and style of the yacht feels expensive and luxurious thanks to the fabulous designs the vessel was given. Not only is the boat beautifully design, but it is massive enough to fit up to 12 guests. The yacht includes six rooms, including a master suite, one VIP stateroom and 4 double cabins. Not to mention, My Seanna can also hold up to 12 crew members on board to ensure a relaxed and luxurious experience. The price for a boat like this will cost you between $350,000 and $412,500 per week in the summertime and between $294,000 and $392,000 per week during the winter seasons.
Even the beautiful furnishings and lavish seating featured throughout the yacht were carefully placed to create a rich and comfortable atmosphere. As for amenities, the My Seanna includes impressive leisure and entertainment facilities that make this boat ideal for socializing and entertaining with family and friends. The outdoor movie theatre allows for downtime with some company. Plus, there is a touch-and-go helipad for those who may enjoy a fun helicopter ride. Some other important amenities features that guests might enjoy are the air conditioning, WiFi connection on board, deck jacuzzi, and gym equipment. Not to mention, the boat also includes an array of amazing water toys such as several kayaks, a water trampoline, an inflatable waterslide, and more. As for the performance of the ship, My Seanna includes an ultra-modern stabilization system to help reduce the roll motion effect and for maximum comfort throughout one’s charter trip. With a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 15 knots, the My Seanna is ideal for those who love performance and luxury.
The My Seanna has been proven to be a reliable yacht for both its crew and its guest for many years. Since Below Deck has used this ship more than once, proves just how great the My Seanna has been to those who have had the pleasure of chartering it. Maybe the fans will get another season next year with this fabulous yacht.
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Below Deck airs Mondays at 9 pm EST on Bravo.
Sources: Mega Yacht News, Yacht Charter Fleet
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