The 41.4m superyacht Mirabelle III was built in 1994 in Thailand by Concorde Yachts, and is one of the few sailing superyachts that were launched, using the assistance of elephants to transport the yachts from the building shed to the water.
She recently underwent an extensive refit that made her an environmentally friendly sailing yacht, now using only the greenest and highest-quality fuels for propulsion and generators when she isn’t under sail.
Amongst other environmental upgrades, Mirabella III has been stocked with biodegradable golf balls that become fish food. All her decks, including a new swim deck and accommodations have been refitted. Today she offers unrivalled accommodation for up to 10 guests. Mirabella III is pictured in this photo off the Isles des Saints, Guadeloupe.