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Lady Moura in harbor 2005
|Owner||Ricardo Salinas Pliego|
|Port of registry||Nassau|
|Builder||Blohm + Voss, Germany|
|Homeport||Monaco, Palma de Mallorca, Porto Cervo, Denia|
|Length||344 ft (105 m)|
|Beam||18.5 m (61 ft)|
|Draught||5.5 m (18 ft)|
|Installed power||2 x 6,868 hp Deutz-MWM|
|Speed||20 kn (37 km/h; 23 mph)|
|Aircraft carried||1 helicopter|
Lady Moura is a private luxury yacht. She was the ninth largest private yacht when she was launched in 1990 for USD$200 million but has moved down the list in 2021 to number 48. She was owned by Saudi Arabian businessman, Nasser Al-Rashid but bought by a Mexican businessman in 2021 from yacht broker Camper & Nicholsons for USD$125 million.
Both the hull and the superstructure are made of steel. The propulsion plant consists of two KHD-MWM diesel engines, each with a power of 5050 kW (over 6700 bhp) with controllable pitch propellers the vessel is capable of producing a speed of over 20 knots.
Lady Moura has accommodations for 27 guests in 13 cabins, while the crew quarters sleep 60 staff. She also features a helipad, movie theatre, disco with DJ room, gym, an owner’s study, and medical suites for both guests and crew.
- Naval architect: Luigi Sturchio – Diana Yacht Design
- Architectural Lighting Design: Maurizio Rossi Lighting Design
Also carries the world's premiere Wakesurfing vessel, A 24' Nautique GS series outfitted by Miami Nautique.
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