The impressive LADY MOURA yacht is a superyacht owned by Dr. Nasser Al Rashid.
She features an interior and exterior design from Luigi Sturchio and was built in 1990 by Blohm + Voss, a German shipbuilding company.
The yacht was a cutting-edge vessel when she was built and set trends in personal yachting.
|Length:||104 metres 344ft)|
|Builder:||Blohm and Voss|
|Interior Designer:||Luigi Sturchio|
|Price:||US $250 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US $20–25 million|
LADY MOURA yacht interior
The interior of the LADY MOURA yacht was designed by Luigi Sturchio, a renowned Italian designer.
The incredible yacht was designed to be a floating personal residence, with many people spending more time on the boat than off in the last 20 years.
She has accommodation for 27 guests in 13 cabins that comprises a master suite, a VIP suite, and 11 more cabins. There is accommodation for 71 crew members in 36 cabins.
The interior was kept under wraps for 30 years, but with her sale in 2021, the details have finally been revealed.
The interior design reflects the level of opulence reserved for royalty at the time of her launch as a private vessel. Her sheer size allows for a large number of onboard amenities.
The facilities include a helipad and a hospital suite for guests and crew members.
The yacht has a DJ room and a movie theatre for guests to enjoy. There is a beach club for the perfect indoor/outdoor areas, which compliments the generous swimming pool.
The deck areas are plentiful with al fresco dining options and sunbathing areas.
There is a spa, gym, multiple saloons, and a bakery on board. She features several tenders and water toys, including a limousine tender, a waterski boat, and a landing craft.
Luigi Sturchio also designed the exterior of the LADY MOURA yacht. She was built by Blohm + Voss and delivered in 1990, and recently refitted in 2020.
At the time of her launch, she was the most expensive and innovative yacht in the world.
The amazing yacht set a new standard for yacht building 30 years ago. The yacht features a white hull and superstructure made from steel.
The name and the escutcheon are engraved in 24-carat gold onto the yacht’s exterior. The striking yacht is complimented by underwater lights that illuminate her in the dark.
The LADY MOURA yacht has a whopping length of 104m, a beam of 18.5m, and a draft of 5.5m. She can reach a top speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots.
She has a range of 8000 nautical miles and is powered by twin Deutz engines.
She has a displacement of 6439 gross tons. She has at-anchor stabilizers that provide exceptional comfort levels for guests while at the water.
LADY MOURA was built to Lloyd’s Register classification society rules.
Now valued at $125 million, LADY MOURA was rumored to cost more than $200 million to build. The yacht has an annual running cost of $10 to $20 million.
LADY MOURA in Gibraltar