M/Y AXIOMA was built by Dunya Yachts in Tuzla, Istanbul, Turkey in 2013. The stunning Axioma is now available for charter, in the Mediterranean during the summer. and in Caribbean in winter, Axioma is proud to welcome 12 privileged guests in 6 enormous state rooms and her 20 professional crew members to serve you with utmost attention.
The suppliers and sub-contractors who contributed to the creation of this majestic vessel, are US companies such as Awlgrip, Caterpillar, Quantum and Raytheon, which respectively supplied paints, engines and generators, stabilisers and navigation instruments, as well as Dutch companies Heinen & Hopman, Rondal and Van Cappellen, which covered air conditioning, hydraulic moving parts, and noise and vibration control, German company Piening for the propellers, and Austrian company List for the fine furniture made for the interiors. Axioma flawlessly demonstrates the constant attention to detail and careful professionalism of the shipyard.
The gym, spa and steam room have been positioned on the bridge deck in order to offer guests a more attractive, panoramic space that is very airy and full of natural light. interiors are dedicated to the utmost comfort, creating spaces with a simple, elegant atmosphere where the emphasis is placed on the rational, practical functionality of the furnishings and the sophisticated aesthetic luxury of the decoration. Fabrics in calm, neutral shades predominate, brightened by a few lively colour accents, vibrant colours that supplement a range of selected woods in warm, relaxing tones. These simple materials are juxtaposed with materials with more pronounced characteristics, such as crackled lacquer, parchment and bronze, which are used for the custom furniture all designed exclusively for Red Square / Axioma by Alberto Pinto and other contemporary designers. A refined selection of fine china, an exquisite silver service, finely crafted decorative objects and a collection of contemporary art have been skilfully assembled to complement the decoration. These elements of the composition, together with the materials and lighting, contribute to giving the yacht the look of a welcoming family home by the sea.