|Guests:||14 in 7 cabins|
|Crew:||22 in 10 cabins|
|Builder:||Abeking & Rasmussen|
|Designer:||Reymond Langton Design|
|Interior Designer:||Reymond Langton Design|
|Price:||US $125 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US $10 – 15 million|
The luxurious C2 is an 86 metre (282 feet) long superyacht that is owned by Ronald Perelman. Built in Germany and delivered in 2008 and having only had one owner in her lifetime, the C2 is well kept and beautifully maintained.
Some of the C2 yacht interior features include a beauty salon, a beautiful glass elevator, and a beach club. With a total of 15 suits, she is suited to fit plenty of guests. There is a master suit available, with a his and hers bathroom, and plenty of storage space.
Designed by Reymond Langton Designs, with its warm, muted colours the C2 yacht gives off a modern and luxurious feel. Rich wooden features are spread throughout the vessel, even in the bathrooms, and to contrast it all there are colourful pieces of artwork hanging on the walls.
The owner of the C2 superyacht is Ronald Perelman, the US billionaire who is probably best known for owning the Revlon Group. Coming from a wealthy family, Perelman’s family made their fortune in the paper industry as owners of the American Paper Products Company, founded by Perelman’s grandfather.
Upon delivery to Perleman, the C2 yacht was first called Ann. She later had the name Blue Sky as well, before C2 took its place.
The C2 yacht measures 85,65 metres (281 ft) in length and was built by Abeking and Rasmussen in Germany. She has a 12,4 metre (40,8 ft) beam and a maximum draft length of 3,45 metres (11,4 ft). She is powered by twin Caterpillar (3516 DITA) 1,998hp engines, and reaches a top speed of 17 knots. Cruising speed is 15 knots.
She can host up to 31 guests in her 15 suits, and is able to carry up to 27 crew to help run things smoothly.
The C2 yacht’s sleek navy blue and white exterior was designed by the same company that is behind her interior – Redmond Langton Designs. There are plenty of lounging areas for any guests that might want to catch some sun, and a pool on one of the decks.
Her creators, Abeking & Rasmussen, made her hull out of steel, with an aluminium superstructure. Teak was used for the deck, bringing it all together. She had a refitting in 2019, where the hull was extended by 8 metres (26,2 ft). Several other updates were put in as well, such as a pool and a tender garage.
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