Explorer yacht Le Grand Bleu in the South of France

Written by Léandre Loyseau

Le Grand Bleu yacht anchored in Beaulieu-sur-Mer Photo: Bruno BuissonThe 112.8-metre explorer yacht Le Grand Bleu was built in 2000 by Bremer Vulkan in Germany. Spotted recently anchored near Beaulieu-sur-Mer, the 5,556 GT vessel features naval architecture by Kusch Yachts, while her exterior design and general arrangement was penned by Pastrovich Studio. Onboard, the interior of the all-steel vessel was designed in collaboration by Luciano Di Pilla Design and Bannenberg & Rowell Design. Le Grand Bleu was one of the largest yachts in the world at the time of her launch 21 years ago. Since then, she has undergone several refits. The luxury yacht can host up to 20 guests who are taken care of by a crew of 35. Some of her standout features include a 22-metre Ed Dubois designed sailing yacht and a 20-metre Sunseeker yacht,  both of which are carried on deck.




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