Pegasus V in Acapulco in 2004
|Notes:||Call sign: ZCND3
IMO number: 1007794
|Class and type:||Yacht charter|
|Length:||78.60 m (257.9 ft)|
|Beam:||14.40 m (47.2 ft)|
|Draft:||4.50 m (14.8 ft)|
|Propulsion:||2 x Deutz V12M SB 628 MWMs|
|Speed:||17 knots (31 km/h; 20 mph) (maximum)
16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) (cruising)
|Crew:||26 crew members|
Pegasus V (formerly Princess Mariana) is a yacht originally built for Carlos Peralta, head of a Mexican construction and electric component parts company. The yacht was ordered in 2002 in the yacht-yard Danyard A/S Frederikshavn, Denmark. One year later Princess Mariana was finished by Royal Denship. The price was 125 million EUR (equals to nearly 180 million USD). As of 2006 she was the 33rd largest yacht in the world.
In April 2010 the yacht was listed for sale at 98m Euros on Yachtworld.com.
May saw the sale of the impressive Princess Mariana from Royal Denship. Fernando Nicholson and Rick Morales announced the sale. Princess Mariana's asking price at the time of her sale was US$98,000,000. It was renamed Pegasus V and is now used for private charters.
Pegasus V has a length of 78.60 m (257.9 ft), beam of 14.40 m (47.2 ft) and draft of 4.50 m (14.8 ft). The yacht is driven by two main engines Deutz V12M SB 628 MWMs, which are giving enough power for the yacht to reach maximum speed of 17 knots (31 km/h; 20 mph).