The magnificent 92m (302ft) QUEEN MIRI yacht was constructed by Neorion in 2004 and was last refurbished by Amico in 2016. Her sleek silhouette was created by Alpha Marine while the renowned Lally Poulias penned her beautifully exquisite interiors.
She was the private yacht of Sheldon Gary Adelson, who named her after his wife, Miriam. She is now currently sailing under the flag of Marshall Islands, the 5th most popular flag state for superyachts, with a total of 358 yachts registered.
|Length:||91.5 m (300 ft)|
|Guests:||36 in 18 cabins|
|Crew:||32 in 16 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||Lally Poulias|
|Price:||US$ 70 million|
|Annual Running Cost:||US$ 5 – 10 million|
QUEEN MIRI yacht accommodation
Her luxurious amenities can accommodate 36 people in 18 magnificent suites, including a luxurious master suite, two VIP suites, seven double cabins, and eight twin cabins on board. She can also accommodate up to 36 crew members to ensure guests have a relaxing experience.
Lally Poulias penned the design for QUEEN MIRI’s interior, and she features marble, silk, and wood that creates an extravagant yet welcoming ambiance.
There are grand pianos, armchairs, and enormous sofas aboard for absolute comfort and relaxation, which also makes her suitable for hosting huge parties, conferences, and special events.
The dining room can accommodate 36 people and be converted into a meeting space. Additionally, there are two private lounge sections on the top deck, each with a TV, a card table, and a bar.
A large library with a wide selection of books is available on the upper deck, which is perfect for guests who want to enjoy a quiet time.
There is a children’s playroom, comfortable cinema, beauty salon, steam room, sauna, beach club, gym, and a deck jacuzzi. Along with her fantastic features include an elevator, making any part of the yacht quickly and easily accessible.
Conference rooms are also provided for individuals seeking to do business at sea, making business on board that much more straightforward.
Alternatively, with Wi-Fi access, you don’t have to lose contact with the outside world until you want to, and with the air conditioning on board, you can keep cool no matter what the weather is like throughout your charter.
Showing off careful construction and high-end opulent finishes, QUEEN MIRI has the “wow” factor, as well as cutting-edge facilities and an extensive selection of water toys for an amazing yacht charter experience. She promises
Equipped with three tenders, the largest of which is a 7.8m/25’7″ tender, she will surely transport guests in style. QUEEN MIRI is ideal for individuals who enjoy an active lifestyle and watersports since it is equipped with a wide range of water toys.
Additionally, a helicopter deck is available, which is fully equipped and certified to 4.9 tons.
QUEEN MIRI has a full-displacement steel hull and an aluminum superstructure with a spacious deck. She cruises at 16 knots, has a top speed of 21 knots, and has a range of up to 7,000 nautical miles thanks to her two MTU engines.
Formerly named Annaliesse, she is built to the highest international safety and quality standards.
She was bought for more than US$ 70 million with an annual running cost of US$ 5 – 10 million. She also used to be a charter yacht, asking for US$ 2 million per week.
Queen Miri in Gibraltar
The Queen Miri boat was built as Annaliesse for UK businessman Andreas Liveras. He built the yacht as a commercial charter yacht and later sold it to an Arab billionaire who renamed her Delma. In 2014, Delma was purchased by Sheldon Adelson.
Adelson was a casino mogul and founder of the Las Vegas Sands Corp, a Fortune 500 company and a leading global developer of destination resorts.
His net worth is US$ 35 billion, making him one of the richest yacht owners in the world. After his death in 2021, the QUEEN MIRI yacht is now owned by his family.