Rare footage of the 105-metre superyacht Lady Moura, a yacht that spends most of her time within the Mediterranean Sea, shows the Luigi Sturchio-designed vessel on her way to Hamburg as she returned to the Blohm + Voss shipyard where she was built over 25 years ago. The exact reason for her visit to Hamburg is unknown, but it is believed the yacht will remain at Blohm + Voss for a winter refit period.
Today Lady Moura ranks in the top 30 largest yachts in the world, comprising of a hefty beam of 18.50 metres giving her a total gross tonnage of just over 6,500 GT. Naval architecture for the yacht was done in-house by Blohm + Voss with her exterior and interior designs having been created bythe Italian designer Luigi Sturchio. To date, the interior ofLady Mouraremains a closely guarded secret, but is believed to be amongst the most opulentin the world.In 2013 the yacht received a cosmetic makeover when her iconic blue tinted windows were wrapped in a special film to restore her special appearance to what she looked like the day she left the German shipyard.
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