The wonderful thing about HERE COMES THE SUN is that, despite her size and pedigree, she is not at all ostentatious or over-the-top; instead she uses her many assets to provide the ultimate in charter experiences. Yes, the design is beautiful with many artisanal flourishes, but this is a yacht designed to be enjoyed, her interiors instantly make you feel right at home; her exterior spaces delight. One of the five guest decks is devoted to the master suite: the bedroom overlooks the forward deck, reached by sliding glass doors, there is also an adjoining double room with balcony. The owner’s saloon is huge – larger than most main lounges – with low profile furniture that never obscures the views outside. Massive retractable glass doors open up this space to the deck beyond, where a range of rattan sofas create an on-deck lounge. The official main saloon is a delightfully warm and friendly room, with a long bar and wraparound sofa big enough for all the guests to stretch out. As with the rest of the interior décor, there is a notable lack of the high gloss finishes one often finds, instead soft floorboards, Persian rugs and textured ceiling panels combine to make this huge open-plan space feel almost cosy. The dining area sits on a polished stone circle, looking out through circular glass doors to the swimming pool beyond. It is impossible to list all of HERE COMES THE SUN’s features in just one paragraph - guests will never tire of being on board: there is a cinema room on the main deck, bridge deck dining and lounge adjacent to the upper galley, a huge, genuinely usable beach club, vast sun deck with Jacuzzi and dining tables... Suffice to say, a charter on HERE COMES THE SUN offers a fresh sublime experience every day.