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Bleu de Nimes Yacht

The 72m Bleu de Nimes yacht (ex: Lodestone) was built in 1980 by Clelands Shipbuilding Co Ltd. She features an exterior design by PentaNed Shipyard Ltd. and an interior by Pier Vittorio Cerruti. She cruises at 12 knots and reaches a top speed of 16.0 kn. She can sleep up to 28 guests taken care of by a crew of 27.

Previous names

From To Name
Lodestone

Dimensions

Overall length 72.25m (237'0")
Original length overall 58.7m (192'7")
Beam 11.4m (37'5")
Draught max. 3.46m (11'4")
Gross tonnage 1637

Build

Port Wallsend, Northumberland
Country United Kingdom
Year 1980

Materials

Hull
Steel
Superstructure
Steel

Vessel details

Type Motor
Class ABS
Subtypes Conversion, Explorer
Hull type Mono hull yacht
Hull configuration Displacement
Number of decks 6

Accommodation

Number of guests 28
Guest cabins 13
Number of crew 27

Performance & capabilities

Max. speed 16.0 kn
Cruise speed 12.0 kn
Speed/range 12.0/20000 n/M
Fuel capacity 270,000L (71,326.44g)
Water capacity 24,000L (6,340.128g)

Propulsion

Type Count Manufacturer
Propellors 2

Engines

Manufacturer Model Type Year RPM KW HP Count
Cummins Inc. KTA50M2 Diesel 1253 1680 2
Total 2506 3360

Conversion details

Conversion Yes
Previous vessel use Degaussing ship

Sales info

For sale
Asking price
Yacht listed for sale by:
Medium
Edmiston

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