The conversion of former tug boat Le Lutteur

The 30 metre superyacht Le Lutteur was recently refitted by Turkish shipyard Cobra Yacht, and Cobra Yacht has just send us these photos of her. Originally built as a tug boat for the French Navy in 1963, she was one of the most well known working boats in the industry for the duration of her career.

After retirement, she was purchased by a repeat client of Cobra Yachts and contracted to the shipyard to be successfully converted into a luxury yacht. Delivered after a 16 month restoration period she was designed by Scaro Design.

Le Lutteur accommodates 6 people over three welcoming, cosy cabins, as well as as a crew of up to five. The saloon has a homely feel and is both bright and welcoming due to the light colour scheme and floor to ceiling windows.

In regards to her outdoor areas, she boasts a large, shaded seating area on the aft deck. The ample space is cushioned, and provides open, panoramic views. Directly forward of the seating area is a dining table to enjoy the most of al fresco dining. Elsewhere, the sundeck provides another area to enjoy the outdoors, with a seating area and low table.

Powered by a 1050 hp M.G.O V16 engine, she has a maximum speed of 12.5 knots.

By Gemma Fottles

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