Pegasus V in Acapulco in 2004
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|Class and type:||Luxury yacht|
|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|
|Crew:||26 crew members|
Pegasus V (formerly Princess Mariana) is a yacht originally built for Carlos Peralta, head of lusacell (now AT&T Mexico). The yacht was ordered in 2002 at the Danyard A/S Frederikshavn shipyard in Denmark. One year later Princess Mariana was delivered by Royal Denship. In 2006 she was the 33rd largest yacht in the world.
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).
In April 2010 the yacht was listed for sale asking €98,000,000. May 2011 saw the sale of Princess Mariana at an asking price of $98,000,000. Following the transaction, she was renamed Pegasus V and made available for charter.