Grace's stellar past includes ownership by millionaire tycoons like Sir George Tilley and Aristotle Onassis, a brief stint in the British navy and the vacation home of guests recognized worldwide, including Winston Churchill. This 145-ft. motor yacht has traversed the waters of this world under many names, but was rechristened after her late owner, Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco: a representation of her elegance, beauty and prestige. Grace is the ideal yacht for the traveler who seeks a true explorer experience complemented with superb accommodations and excellent service and dining. Grace will accommodate 16 guests in 8 spacious staterooms featuring en suite bathrooms, individual climate controls, safety boxes and ample storage space for clothing and luggage. Grace features a main salon equipped with a bar, TV/video and stereo system. Weather dependent, meals are served in either the interior dining room or the alfresco dining area. Share stories at the sun deck bar or in the front of the boat where the Jacuzzi and lounge chairs are located. Kayaks, short wetsuits and snorkeling gear are provided. Because of her smaller size, Grace is permitted to visit certain sites throughout the archipelago normally banned for larger ships. The one naturalist guide, 11 crew members and one cruise director will bring the natural living legacy of the islands to life for its passengers.