Feadship quality is legendary, and GO brings that Dutch craftsmanship to a perfectly proportioned 43m vessel built for style and comfort.
Huge investment has been made in successive refits to continually update and refresh the yacht, providing ever more comfort.
The sky lounge has been completely redesigned, and Morley Yachts give the designer 10 out of 10 for achieving the results they did. You can’t help but want to relax and enjoy a family holiday on board GO.
In a no-expense spared project, the yacht was even lengthened to improve the access to the swim platform and the water sports areas. The new look of the yacht is fantastic.
Low season 180,000 €/week
High season 200,000 €/week
The upper deck of Motor Yacht GO is where you can take in views of the beautiful surroundings, as you cruise around the Mediterranean in summer or Caribbean in winter.
Time spent on a yacht involves having to make difficult decisions about spending time inside, or outside on deck! The design of Motor Yacht GO provides wonderful flow between inside and outside, and the Bridge Deck bar and adjacent outside relaxation area represent the perfect cruising environment, where you and your guests can hang out together.
In addition to the master suite, GO has guest cabins that can be configured as two suites or four cabins, or a combination with one VIP suite and two guest cabins.
Two of the guest cabins can be configured as either double-bed or twin-bed arrangements.
It is rare for a yacht to have such flexible accommodation, and great news if you are planning a trip with a group and you want just the right arrangement of single and double beds.
Toys include a Castoldi tender – 6.4 m / 21’0″; a Seadoo RXP-X260 jet ski; 1 wake skate; 2 F5S seabobs; 2 carbon sub wings; 1 Jet-surf GP100; 1 set of Water skis, & 1 specialist monoski; 2 wakeboards; several pull inflatable toys including 2 donuts and Aqua Glide and 2 Inflatable kayaks; Snorkel Gear; 4 fishing rods; 2 Naish hard paddle boards; 4 x full sets dive equipment;
a jellyfish pool (3m deep); an inflatable trampoline… and a BBQ.
The Morley Yachts brokers have always rated the yacht GO as excellent for charter, but it is one of the rare yachts that has improved significantly over time!
The improvements have been radical and involved massive investment on the part of the owners. They went as far as to lengthen the hull of the yacht with an additional 4m added to the length of the main deck AND also lengthening of both of the decks above.
The investment also involved massive upgrades to the interior, with the outstanding designer Sander Sinot creating the wonderful new ambiance. No expense was spared in the creation of the new interior, and the result is stunning. We particularly like the bar in the Bridge Deck lounge.
The guest cabins on the lower deck can be converted to suites if there are fewer than 5 cabins needed. By joining two cabins together the result is a full-beam suite. The four lower deck cabins can be converted to two suites.
There are few differences between GO and larger yachts with five cabins. The only slight compromise we see is the master cabin is relatively constrained in it’s dimensions, with not too much space to walk around at the end of the bed… but it is only a small criticism.
The crew are excellent, and we would not hesitate to recommend chartering the motor yacht GO in the Mediterranean during the summer months. Consider a cruise in Italy, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily…