Made in 1990 by German shipyard Blohm+Voss, this superyacht’s levels of design innovation and onboard engineering were unprecedented. Constructed to be a private and luxury residence, the sailing yacht has been covered in mystery to the outside world for thirty years – a supreme and great mansion on the waters. Luxury Safes invites you to take a look and to see how wonderful are the Lady Moura’s luxury interiors.
When it was launched, Lady Moura was the most expensive and pioneering superyacht in the world. A true statement built in an era when clients of royal status were nearly the only people capable of considering such an opulent luxury yacht. Attached to advanced systems and engineering, Lady Moura set a new standard in the yachting world.
The Lady Moura’s modern interiors were designed by the Italian-born Luigi Sturchio. From inviting lounges with deep-cushioned sofas to majestic dining rooms and palatial staterooms with marvelous suites finished in marble, every aspect of the superyacht‘s unique design uses indulgently tactile finishes. With great consideration for functionality, the superyacht’s volume allows for a huge number of onboard amenities. The sailing boat features a helipad, movie theatre/disco with DJ room, gym, owner’s study and medical suites for both owner/guests and crew. Inside this luxury yacht, there are also two contemporary art galleys aboard.
One of Lady Moura’s most distinguished features is the entertaining deck comprising an indoor pool, gym, and spa with sauna. Perfect space to emphasize a luxury lifestyle! This superyacht is about a premium pedigree and a legacy of luxury and splendor.
The superyacht has a range of more than 8,000 nautical miles at her full cruising speed of 17 knots. Furthermore, the sailing boat matches 344-foot length as an internal volume of 6,359 gross tons. The luxury yacht can accommodate 26 exclusive guests, serviced by 72 crew and staff, and two crew elevators. Conserved with regular maintenance, Lady Moura is a superyacht and a museum piece decorated with Art Deco detailing and also, luxurious styling and design.
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Source: Robb Report
Photos: Courtesy by Lady Moura & Camper & Nicholsons