PLAN B yacht is Patokh Chodiev’s $100 million superyacht that was delivered by German shipbuilders Abu Dhabi Mar in 2012. Alberto Pinto drew up the classic interior design, and the exterior was designed by Focus Yacht Design. The 73m yacht offers a luxurious yachting experience.
|Length:||73 m (240 ft)|
|Guests:||16 in 8 cabins|
|Crew:||22 in 10 cabins|
|Builder:||Abu Dhabi Mar|
|Designer:||Focus Yacht Design|
|Interior Designer:||Alberto Pinto|
|Price:||US$ 100 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 5 – 10 million|
PLAN B yacht interior
Alberto Pinto designed the interior of PLAN B. She has eight cabins that can accommodate 16 guests, in one master, three VIP, one double, and three twins. There are ten cabins for 22 crew members. She features a massive beach club that creates an inside/outside area on the water for guests to enjoy.
Behind the helipad, which serves as an excellent spot to view the surrounding environment, is a sundeck jacuzzi surrounded by sun pads, sun loungers, and a bar. A corridor connects the beach club to a spa and steam room.
The main deck aft has a partially shaded area by the upper deck overhang and with the option for additional shade with a canopy to suit guests. There are plenty of interior design features that are excellent for relaxation and socialization amongst guests.
The master suite is on the main deck and is a large room with a private terrace, en-suite bathroom, a lounge, and study. The sundeck has an indoor gym space that guests can use while the boat is underway. The gym features spectacular views with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The exterior was designed by Focus Yacht Design and built by Abu Dhabi Mar, a prestigious German shipbuilder. The ADM shipyard, Nobiskrug, is on the Elder River in Germany, and known for building custom-made and cutting-edge luxury yachts.
ADM was formerly known as HDW-Kiel. PLAN B yacht was delivered in 2012, with an exterior consisting of a striking steel hull and white aluminium superstructure. PLAN B was recently refitted in 2020.
With her 2 MTU engines, she can reach a top speed of 17kn. She has a volume of 1773 tons and costs $5-$10 million per annum to run. At her cruising speed of 13 kn, she can cover 4000 nautical miles.
She has a total length of 73m, a draft of 3.6m, and a 12m beam. She has a Lloyds Classification, with advanced Zero Speed stabilizers for maximum comfort onboard while at anchor.
Owner – Patokh Chodiev
She was part of an order for six yachts, but four of the six yachts were canceled when the financial crisis hit. The boat owner is Patokh Chodiev, who has a net worth of $2.1 billion.
He is the co-founder of the Eurasian Natural Resources Company, a mining, processing, energy, and logistical operation. He resides in London and is on the board of directors for the Eurasian Bank, one of the leading banks in Kazakhstan.