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TATOOSH Yacht – The Impressive $110M Superyacht

Built with state-of-the-art technology, the TATOOSH yacht.

A model of understated luxury, its length is 92 meters and boasts a total of 26 cabins including an owner’s full-beam stateroom and adjoining apartment complex.

Length:92 m (303 ft)
Interior Designer:Terence Disdale
Speed:19 knots
Volume:3,229 ton
Price:US $110 million
Annual Running Cost:US $10 -15 million

TATOOSH yacht interior

The interior of TATOOSH was designed by Terence Disdale, responsible for designing more than 100 yachts in his extraordinary 40-year career.

Known for his originality and flamboyant personality, he designed the yacht to accommodate 20 guests including the owner’s suite that features a comfortable observation lounge with a private gallery and a large secluded deck. 

His “beach house not penthouse” style is exhibited in the superyacht’s design which is complete with a heated swimming pool on the main deck, beach club, dive center, cinema, and elevator covering all decks. 

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TATOOSH has a total of 92 meters (303 ft) with a beam of 14.95 meters, a draft measuring 5.16 meters, and a volume of 3,229 GT.

She has two Deutz engines that can power her at 19 knots top speed, an 18-knot cruising speed, and more than six thousand nautical miles range before needing to refuel again.


The TATOOSH yacht features an exterior design by Kusch Yachts and has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure.

With an overall length of 303 feet, it is listed as the 88th largest yacht in the world and equipped with stabilizers for a smoother cruise and two helicopter pads – one for the ship’s own helicopter and another for guests’ aircraft.

Being a superyacht, she carries a helicopter, a sailboat, several other boats, large tenders, and toys.

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The TATOOSH yacht was built for the mobile phone magnate Craig McCaw but was purchased it in 2001 for a reported US $110 million.

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However, the ship’s crew claim that the boat’s mooring position was “explicitly directed” by the local port authority and they were only following the instructions. 

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