Camper & Nicholsons International welcomes a number of new listings to the books. In the US, Fernando Nicholson and Rick Morales list the 78.6m (257’8) Princess Mariana for sale. Built in 2003 and refit in 2006, this Royal Denship was designed by Espen Oeino for a knowledgeable yacht owner.
Her François Zuretti interior includes a 47’ full-beam owners suite with private terrace. Her six decks also include a sun deck with helipad, party deck with disco and cinema, beach club/ lounge deck with pool and bar. Princess Mariana accommodates 12 guests in six luxurious cabins.
Fernando Nicholson and Rick Morales also jointly list the 35m (114’8) Moon Goddess for sale. Built in 2006, this high-tech open sport boat was also designed by Espen Oeino with an interior by François Zuretti. With her twin 4000 M90 MTU engines and Hamilton Water Jets she is capable of speeds of up to 43 knots and has fantastic maneuverability.
In Europe, Jean-Marie Recamier jointly lists the 62m (203’4) Icon. Recently delivered, this Dutch built superyacht has been designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon in association with Studio Linse. She offers a bright and spacious interior with unique features such as a duplex master suite and a versatile beach club/ saloon. She accommodates 12 guests in six cabins.
Staying in Europe, Alex Lees Buckley announces the 36.6m (120’) Beverley for sale. A 2008 Benetti, she offers five cabins for 10 guests, and great sunning and entertaining areas.
Michael Payne lists the 27.4m (90’) MM for sale. Delivered in 2008, she is probably the most striking Pershing afloat. Her high ceilings combined with a stunning interior and a silver exterior profile make her a unique yacht. With her fibreglass hull and two 2,435hp MTU engines she cruises at speeds of 38 knots.