Formerly known as O’MEGA, the EMIR yacht is the incredible 83m superyacht designed by Studio Vafiadis.
She was built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries as a passenger yacht in 1985 and converted into a luxury vessel in 2002.
She is a floating palace that offers a perfect on-the-water venue for entertaining, socializing, and relaxing on the water, with many luscious amenities and advanced features.
She was a premier charter yacht, perfect for corporate retreats or family-oriented water getaways.
|Name:||Emir – Formerly known as O’Mega|
|Builder:||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries|
|Interior Designer:||Studio Vafiadis|
|Price:||US $60 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US $6 million|
EMIR yacht interior
The interior of the EMIR Yacht was designed Studio Vafiadis and features sumptuous luxury at its best.
Described as a floating palace, she features lavish designs and a modern interior with wood-paneling.
She has stylish furniture selection throughout the six decks. EMIR has luxury features at every corner of her interior, from handmade fabrics to marble and tailor-made linen.
She has accommodations for 30 guests in 14 cabins, with cabins for 30 crew members on board.
The accommodation comprises one master, five VIPs, five doubles, and five twin cabins. She also has a conference room for business charters.
There are plenty of places for socializing and entertaining with plush sofas, dining areas, and relaxation spots.
The main salon is on the main deck and is the perfect area for guests to enjoy, relax, and party.
The decks are spacious with spaces for sunbathing, a spa pool on the sun deck, and outdoor dining areas with uninterrupted sea views.
The EMIR yacht has a spa, gym, and many other amenities that make her one of the most luxurious yachts on the water.
She features a garage filled with tenders and water toys, including a closed limousine tender and jet skis.
The EMIR Yacht is a conversion yacht built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries from Japan in 1985. She was initially a small passenger vessel and was converted to a superyacht in 2002.
Her exterior was designed by Studio Vafiadis, with a steel hull, aluminum superstructure, and teak decks.
She had a complete refit in 2015 and 2018 that ensures she is kept in immaculate condition.
The EMIR yacht is an 82.5m ex-passenger yacht with a beam of 11.6m and a draft of 4.4m.
She has twin Yanmar engines that give her a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 17 knots. She has a range of 4837 nautical miles and a displacement of 1830 gross tons.
The $60 million superyacht has a $6 million annual running fee. She was built to BV (Bureau Veritas) classification society rules.