PACIFIC yacht is one of the most impressive yachts ever made and was built by the famous ‘Lurssen Shipyard’ in 2010.
At 85 meters in length, she can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins, with a crew of 28 ensuring that your stay onboard is as comfortable and relaxing as possible.
Powered by MTU engines, this superyacht can reach speeds of up to 22 knots, making her perfect for cruising around the open seas.
|Bannenberg and Rowell
PACIFIC yacht interior
The interior design of the yacht was completed by Bannenberg & Rowell, who has 31 other superyacht interiors in their portfolio and is known for their sleek and modern designs that stand out.
She is built with teak decks and features earthy tones infused with splashes of blue as well as elegant furnishings in neutral colors and richly textured fabrics.
The megayacht features an elevator that makes it easier to travel between floors and an impressive range of amenities to ensure that every guest has an enjoyable time – from being pampered in the spa to relaxing on the deck or watching a movie at sea.
The luxurious amenities continue outdoors because guests can also enjoy outings on the water or to the nearest harbor with one of the superyacht’s tenders.
The PACIFIC yacht is a magnificent steel and aluminum yacht that was built with performance and opulence in mind.
Her twin diesel MTU (20V4000 M93L) 20-cylinder 5,764hp engines give her a top speed of more than 20 knots, a range of more than 4,500nm, and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
Compared to similarly-sized yachts, her top speed is 1.87 knots above the average, making her one of the most impressive vessels in the 80-90m size range.
Moreover, she was built to Germanischer Lloyd ✠ 100 A5 Motor Yacht, ✠ MC AUT classification society rules, and is MCA LY2 Compliant.
The PACIFIC yacht has a low-profile design by German Frers, a company famous for using cutting-edge technology and extensive tank-testing programs.
As stylish and sleek as can be, the megayacht’s elegant color changes in the sunlight as she sails through the ocean, reflecting on her hull and deck.
She has been spotted circumnavigating around the globe in places like the South of France, Italy, Australia, Indonesia, Costa Rica, Hawaii, and Florida.
She can accommodate twelve guests in six beautifully appointed cabins and additional space for a highly professional crew of 28 members onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
The yacht also boasts two helicopter pads large enough for simultaneous landings and takeoffs.
Previously known as Project Josi, she was built by the famous Lurssen Shipyard and delivered to her owner in 2010 for US$ 150 million.
Her annual running cost is estimated to be US$ 10 – 15 million. As of now, she is not available for yacht charter nor listed for sale.