The 134 metre superyacht Serene was recently spotted in Auckland, New Zealand. Her arrival in Princess Wharf last week was looked on at by groups of spectators, and she is believed to be the largest boat ever to visit the country. The vessel is owned by a Russian vodka magnate, who is reportedly cruising in the area over the next several weeks.
Built by the Italian shipyard Fincantieri Yachts in 2011, she features naval architecture and exterior design by the renowned Espen Oeino, whilst Reymond Langton Design is responsible for her interiors. She accommodates up to 24 guests over 12 spacious and opulent state rooms, as well as a crew of up to 52 in total.
Amongst her vast quantity of unique features and amenities on board, she boasts two helicopter landing platforms, storage for a large submarine, an expansive internal sea water pool and an impressive 2,700 square metres of interior living space. She is powered by MTU diesel-electric engines and is available to charter.
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