Three almost identical yachts, Titania, Saint Nicolas and Martha Ann, were ordered by one client from the North German shipyard, Lürssen, to a design by Monaco based superyacht designer Espen Oeino. Although being sisterships, there are small differences in design, layout and styling.
Superyacht Martha Ann (above)
The 70 metre Lürssen superyacht Martha Ann, was launched in 2008, as the third of the three sisters. She can comfortably accommodate 12 guests in 6 staterooms, with a crew of 20. Her classic Zuretti interior is exquisite. Powered by twin Caterpillar engines, this Lürssen superyacht has a top speed of 15.5 knots and a range of 4,000 nm.
Saint Nicolas (above)
The 70.2m Saint Nicolas was the second of the three. Saint Nicolas features a highly detailed classic interior, designed by Zuretti Interior Design. She is powered by twin 1850hp Caterpillar 3512 DITA engines, and has a range of 4.000nm.
Titania (ex: Apoise)
Titania (ex: Apoise) was recently refitted and now features a fabulous new beach club, fully equipped air conditioned gym on sundeck and second master suite on the upper deck with a 180° view. Titania can accommodate up to 12 guests in a total of 7 cabins, including 2 master staterooms and 5 double cabins. Superyacht Titania features zero speed stabilisers and is capable of an impressive 16 knots. With a custom built Royal Denship tender, 4 jet skis, 2 Laser sailing dinghies plus various water inflatables including an extensive water park.
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