Aerial footage of Yacht Abbracci

Superyacht Abbracci is seen from the sky while cruising blue water.

A bird's-eye-view from a helicopter follows the Heesen-built Abbracci (formerly known as Serenity) as she cruises blue water.

The 180-foot mega-yacht is a 2012 build, and has an interior and exterior designed by Omega Architects. Built for long-range voyaging with a full-displacement hull form, she can travel up to 6,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.

Abbracci accommodates 12 guests in six cabins, plus 11 crew. This trideck yacht is arranged with the master stateroom on the main deck. The VIP and other guest staterooms are belowdecks.

Notable features: Abbracci has an outdoor mosaic Jacuzzi pool, a circular master with balconies (yes, plural) and a full-beam VIP stateroom. Eleven different types of marble were used throughout the yacht's interior.