|Project Name:||Yacht type:||Motor Yacht|
|Based concept:||Sub type:||
|Flag:||Cayman Islands||Port of Registry:|
|Length Overall (m):||49.30||Length Overall (ft):||161.75|
|Length On Deck (m):||Length On Deck (ft):|
|Length Waterline (m):||Length Waterline (ft):|
|Beam (m):||9.25||Beam (ft):||30.35|
|Draught Max (m):||3.30||Draught Max (ft):||10.83|
|Draught Min (m):||Draught Min (ft):|
|Shipyard:||Amels Holland B.V.||Year:||2004|
|Naval Architect:||Amels Holland B.V.|
|Exterior Designer:||Donald Starkey Designs|
|Interior Designer:||Donald Starkey Designs|
|Guest Cabins:||1 Master, 2 Double, 2 Twin + 2 Pullman|
|Guests:||12||Max Charter Guests:|
|Crew Cabins:||6 Cabins||Crew:||11|
|Engine Manufacturer:||MTU||Model:||12V 2000 M70|
|Number of Engines:||2||Type:||Diesel|
|Total HP:||2,114||Total KW:||1,576|
|Max Speed:||14.3||Cruise Speed:||12|
|Fuel Capacity (Liters):||93,200||Fuel Capacity (Gallons):||24,623|
|Water Capacity (Liters):||21,200||Water Capacity (Gallons):||5,601|
Larissa was built by Amels for the present owner and has only ever been used privately since her delivery. She benefited from professional project management throughout her construction period and since delivery has always had a full crew on board despite only being used for the summer Mediterranean seasons. Larissa has continued to be well maintained but has seen very little use since delivery. Accordingly she has low engine hours for her age about 2,500 hours.
This is a custom yacht design differing from the “Tigre d’Or” series of the same era. Larissa’s tenders for example are carried port and starboard on the bridge deck so freeing up the exterior deck areas for the guests. Her sun-deck is particularly impressive and features a Jacuzzi, bar, built in sunbeds, a huge shaded dining table and comfortable lounging areas.
The Donald Starkey designed interior of the yacht was executed by Metrica. Between them they created a light, comfortable interior for this family yacht which is nevertheless sophisticated in execution. The Owner’s cabin comprises a private sitting room, a double cabin with direct access to a private deck area on the foredeck, twin dressing rooms and a large en suite bathroom. Two twin and two double guest cabins are located on the lower deck. Each twin cabin is fitted with an additional Pullman berth.
Larissa was constructed in order to comply with the Cayman Island regulations for commercial yachts and she could be certified for a charter operation with very little if any, further investment. The owner has commissioned the construction of a larger yacht which will be completed in 2012.
Photo credit: Stef Bravin, Peter Inull's Yacht Marketing
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22 September 2011New price structure for the sale of the 49 metre Larissa