AURELIA yacht is a 37-meter superyacht, hailed to be the tenth unique yacht of its size. With her owner’s love for sports cars, she is the ocean’s answer to a classic racing car. In fact, she was named after the very first Gran Turismo – the Lancia Aurelia GT.
From her highly distinctive car-inspired exterior to her flawlessly designed interior, this mid-sized award-winning sports yacht exudes style and luxury at every turn.
|Interior Designer:||Bannenberg & Rowell Design|
|Price:||US$ 10 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 1 million|
AURELIA yacht interior
Bannenberg and Rowell penned AURELIA’s interior design based on a car concept. Every vintage detail, from the Linley Aston Martin seats to the vehicle grille bookcase insets, is a work of art, and each one oozes quality workmanship.
The main salon is separated into two sections: a dining room with a wide circular table and a cozy lounge area with an L-shaped couch, two design armchairs, and a Bio Ethanol-powered fireplace (by Australian business Eco Smart).
She has four cabins that are named after race car designers and can sleep up to eight guests and six crews. The race car designers who influenced the décor of the guest cabins are Bertone (orange Lamborghini), Pininfarina (red Ferrari), and Zagato (green Aston Martin).
The master bedroom is normally placed forward on the main deck, while the three double guest cabins are located on the lower deck, all having en-suite shower facilities.
She offers spacious living areas laid with a warm and welcoming ambiance for that perfect luxury charter experience with family and friends.
The AURELIA yacht was built by CdM and was delivered in 2020. She has a beam of 8.6m, a draft of 2.6m, and a volume of 453 GT.
AURELIA’s superstructure is made from aluminum and she has a semi-displacement hull, which allows her to maintain great seakeeping while reaching amazing speeds.
She is propelled by two MTU engines, which allow her to travel comfortably at 15 knots and achieve a top speed of 30 knots. She has a range of up to 1,900 nautical miles at 12 knots from her 30,000-liter fuel tanks.
An innovative stabilization system aboard minimizes the side-to-side roll of the boat, allowing passengers to enjoy outstanding levels of comfort either at anchor or when on the open water.
Her Gulf Oil Racing color scheme was designed by Frank Laupman of Omega, a Dutch company that is not known for any specific style, but rather a range of different styles, each individually tailored to the owner’s specifications.
AURELIA is considered the world’s finest mid-size sports motor yacht with its spacious exterior areas. She boasts of a fantastic sundeck, a transom door that folds down to create a large swimming platform, and water toys that make her a popular charter yacht among guests with a strong track record.
As well as the captain of Aurelia, she can accommodate up to six more crew members on board and up to 8 passengers in four suites.
The AURELIA yachts’ master suite is incredibly big and bright, with a huge ensuite bathroom and walk-in dressing area to be enjoyed in privacy. She has three big guest cabins, each of which has been decorated in a distinct racing motif.
It costs €8,900,000 to buy the Aurelia Yacht (Approx. 9,793,000)
AURELIA yacht owner
The yacht’s owner is a multi-millionaire from Russia, who was rumored to be the owner of the Royal Huisman yacht Phi. However, the yacht’s crew denies this information.