The 38m Queen Tati is a dynamic, generational and extended family boat. A full-custom design and build project, she features naval architecture, exterior design and interior design by Vripack and was built by MCP Yachts.


Following 14 years island hopping around south America’s wild and remote archipelago aboard his 23m, the owner’s brief was long and detailed. Top of his wish list was space, and lots of it.

As a result, the yacht features a voluminous observation deck paired with a sociable wheelhouse, a flybridge with a jacuzzi and three-seater helm for the owner who likes to pilot, as well as a beach club.

“I needed a yacht that could accommodate my entire extended family. I wanted a rooftop that gifts views all around with enough room for us all to camp out under the stars at night if we wanted.”


“My wife wanted all the doors flush to the floor, we wanted the swim platform to be on the same level as the beach club and we like to use the aft deck for both eating and relaxing. Small details like that were important to us, and Vripack understood that from the start.”


Queen Tati at night


The yacht’s layout maximises storage and guest usage. The interior reflects the rich, wood-heavy trends of Latin America, while a gym, outdoor cinema and two double-seater jet skis – stored on the side of the boat to keep the aft area free for swimming – ensure the 38m platform is a playground for all.

Queen Tati is a long-range, high-volume yacht that is technically equipped and self-sufficient. Since taking delivery, the family’s dream to cruise the Caribbean in winter, cross to the Mediterranean for the summer, and return to Brazil thereafter has gone to plan.

“Queen Tati gives us a big boat experience on a yacht where we feel close to one another. It’s the dream.”


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