Outstanding Dutch construction, a classically modern interior and world-class entertainment features make Revelry a stand out yacht. Built in 2010 by the talented team at Hakvoort, she boasts Cor D. Rover naval architecture and an interior design scheme by David Ostrander. She accommodates 10 guests, has a vast array of water toys, and holds an impressive art collection.



Asking Price
128' / 39m
368 GT
Gross Tonnage
2010 / 2020
12 knots
Maximum Speed
10 knots
Cruising Speed

Revelry’s many outside spaces are designed to impress. Offering guests ample choice for intimate gatherings and large receptions alike, her exterior includes two aft decks, a foredeck, a sun deck and bathing platform. The sun deck benefits from a high elevation and a layout that takes advantage of the associated sea views. Half-moon sofas and adjustable teak tables offer a casual space to relax with a drink in hand, with a granite topped bar, barbecue grill and six-person whirlpool Jacuzzi offering yet more opportunities for enjoyment.

Revelry’s bridge aft deck connects seamlessly with the vessel’s sky lounge and holds a full sized al fresco dining suite, in addition to wrap around sofas. Below, the main aft deck also features huge in built sofas and clusters of additional seating, with further intimate seating and sunpads found on the foredeck.

Inside, her design is a stunning example of pared back luxury. Elegant wooden walls and edgy geometric soft furnishings act as a backdrop for Revelry’s contemporary art collection, complementing the colors seen in the artworks themselves. The main living area is a large open plan salon. A pair of huge circular sofas act as a social hub, with a retractable entertainment system acting as a subtle divide between this lounge area and the salon’s dining space, which holds a dining table to seat 10. The bridge deck’s sky lounge offers an additional social space, with a bar, casual seating and games table.

Revelry accommodates up to 10 guests, over five large and beautifully finished en suite cabins. The living quarters are arranged as one huge on deck master, two VIP suites and two twin cabins – with the latter four cabins situated on the lower deck. The master suite includes a vast modern bathroom, walk in wardrobe and separate study. The two VIP cabins boast queen sized beds, and the final two twin cabins can be converted to doubles, offering flexible sleeping arrangements for guests.

Revelry carries a particularly impressive water toy collection, which includes two e-foil boards and a huge inflatable slide, that is one of the many reasons that have made her a popular charter vessel. With accommodation for eight crew members, seamless service can be expected at all times, whether Revelry is used privately or for charter.

Revelry is built to Lloyd’s class, with a steel displacement hull. She is powered by twin Caterpillar engines, and benefits from at anchor stabilizers.


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Kevin Bonnie - IYC - Managing Partner Monaco

Kevin Bonnie

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A New York Native, Kevin Bonnie learned to sail at an early age. After graduating from college in New York, he went to sea on yachts and served as deck hand, chef, engineer, first mate and Captain. Kevin returned ashore as a yacht broker in the Pacific Northwest and used his training in both business and yachting to build a reputation for integrity, honesty and going the extra mile for his clients. After a two year interlude in the financial markets of Wall Street and London, Kevin moved to the south of France to pursue his dream of selling megayachts. After three years with Monaco Marine, learning the European market and studying French intensively, he launched and is now managing partner of IYC’s original European office. He enjoys working and living in Monte Carlo while taking care of all his global clientele.