|Length:||76.6m (248 ft)|
|Interior Designer:||Terence Disdale|
|Cruising Speed:||13 knots|
|Price:||US $50 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US $5–10 million|
A masterpiece from Amels, the Boadicea yacht is an impressive vessel with plenty to offer. With enough room to entertain up to twenty guests, this yacht is fitted out with a lot of luxurious and modern features, with décor inspired both by art deco and more classic styles.
The Boadicea yacht has a spacious interior with lots of activities to indulge in. The owner can enjoy a private deck, which includes a master suite as well as a terrace in connection to the master suite. He also has the luxury of enjoying a private office and a saloon.
In addition to this, there is plenty of space for guests of the Boadicea yacht as well. There is a large sundeck with a pool, a touch-and-go helipad, and a guest elevator. Not to mention the spa, where guests can enjoy a hydro massage.
Designed by Terence Disdale, the interior has light colours and plenty of wooden features. The interior of the Boadicea yacht feels both modern and luxurious. Some other features inside the yacht is a movie theatre, and even a medical room.
Originally built for Reg Grundy, famous for creating shows like Wheel of fortune, the Boadicea yacht now is the property of Gabriele Volpi, the Italian businessman who has made his fortune with his company Orlan Invest.
The Boadicea yacht is the only one in his possession currently, but Gabriele Volpi used to own the yacht Givi which is sixty metres long, and has the ability to accommodate up to twelve guests and twenty crew. After Volpi sold her, she was renamed and is now called Constance.
Built in 1999, Boadicea has a length of 76.6 metres (251.4 ft), the beam is 14 metres (45.11 ft), and a maximum draft length of 4.2 metres (13.9 ft). She has a max speed of 15.0 knots, and a cruise speed between 13.0 and 14.0 knots.
This yacht has two diesel engines, manufactured by Caterpillar Inc. The model is 3516B DITA, which gives her a reach of about 5,300 nautical miles. In addition to this, she also has two propellers.
There is also a stabilisation system in place, to reduce the side-to-side rocking when out at sea. Boadicea yacht has the capacity to host up to twenty guests, and twenty four crew members in ten cabins.
As well as designing the interior of Boadicea, Terence Disdale Design also designed the exterior, in collaboration with Amels.
The white and grey vessel is hard to miss due to its sheer size. Navy blue letters spell out the name on the side of the yacht, and there are plenty of windows to let in the light. There are a total of three decks with a lot of space for the Boadicea’s passengers. Guests also can enjoy the plethora of toys such as jet skis and kayaks.
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