The 97m yacht has a value of $180 million with an exterior design by Tim Heywood.
Tim Heywood and Ellehorst Kreuter designed the interior.
Lurssen, the prestigious luxury yacht builder, delivered the completed CARINTHIA VII in 2002 from their Bremen-based shipyard in Germany.
|Length:||97 meters (319ft)|
|Guests:||12 in 6 cabins|
|Crew:||25 in 12 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||Tim Heywood|
|Price:||US $180 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US$ 10 – 15 million|
CARINTHIA VII yacht interior
The interior of the CARINTHIA VII yacht was designed by Tim Heywood Design and Ellehorst Kreuter in 2002. She has accommodation for 14 guests in 8 suites comprising one VIP cabin, and two twin/double cabins.
She is capable of carrying 37 crew members for a luxury guest experience. Not much is known about the interior of the CARINTHIA VII, except for her accommodations and that she has a beach club, amongst other luxury amenities.
She has features like an on-deck jacuzzi for guests to relax. The details of the yacht’s interior are very private.
Still, the interior is shown to be elegant and luxurious, with the exterior deck featuring plenty of spaces for sunbathing and al fresco dining.
Tim Heywood was the designer behind the exterior of CARINTHIA VII, featuring underwater lights and a magnificent blue steel hull called “Carinthia Blue.”
It also featured a white aluminum superstructure. She was built by luxury yacht builders Lurssen in Germany at their Bremen shipyard.
The exterior exudes a powerful presence in the water and was delivered in 2002. She was refitted three years later in 2005.
She has a teak deck. Her exterior shows her cutting through the water with a sleek hull and superstructure.
The 97m CARINTHIA VII has a beam of 18.8m and a draft of 4.8m. She is powered by her 4 MTU diesel engines, which gives her a maximum speed of 26 knots.
At her cruising speed of 22 knots, she has a range of 5000 nautical miles.
She has a volume of 3643 gross tons. The $180 million superyacht has an annual running cost of $10 – $15 million. She was the 12th largest superyacht in the world.