Five Of The Finest Offerings From Moran Yacht And Ship

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If you are looking for the finest of yachts, Moran Yacht and Ship is the perfect place to find the yacht of your dreams. Robert Moran, a professional international yacht captain and project manager on yacht building projects, started Moran Yacht and Ship in 1988. The company quickly became the industry leader for building, purchasing, selling, chartering and managing the worlds finest superyachts. The company has offices in Fort Lauderdale, Newport, London, Monaco and Moscow. For most well appointed and technically sound yachts, Moran Yacht and Ship is the place to buy or charter.

Following are five of the finest offerings from Moran Yacht and Ship.

Project Redwood – Lurssen

Lurssen Redwood Project

Project Redwood began in 2015. The world’s largest superyacht is currently being built in northern Europe and will be delivered to its US based owner in 2019. Conceived and designed by Moran Yacht and Ship, the yacht is currently being built by German company Lurssen. Nuvolari Leonard Design is also working on the project.

This mega-yacht will measure 139 meters. Redwood will accommodate 36 guests with 20 staterooms. While the full amenities are still a mystery, the Redwood will likely be filled with fine features for luxury yachting and entertaining. There will be at least one helipad, an elevator, pool, Jacuzzi, gym, spa, sauna and beach club. The yacht will include a separate owner’s study. Other amenities include air conditioning, a tender garage for water toys, and underwater lighting.

The body of the Redwood has a displaced steel hull with an aluminum superstructure and teak wood decks. Although it is unknown at this time what speeds the yacht will reach, there will be Zero Speed Stabilizers to keep the yacht stable at rest and during travel. The custom built and designed yacht is certain to set a new precedent in superyachts.

Solandge – Lurssen – $191,495,000

Lurssen Solandge

Built by Germany’s Lurssen in 2013, the Solandge is an amazing 6 deck yacht built for travelling and entertaining in the finest luxury. The yacht is 85 meters long and has 8 cabins to accommodate 16 guests and up to 29 crew members. The yacht has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. With sweeping lines and aerodynamic form, the Solandge is both sleek and sophisticated. Thee yacht reaches a maximum speed of 15 knots.

The Solandge is available for private ownership and for charter and is well-equipped for entertaining. Both the exterior and interior are well appointed for entertaining. The superyacht has space for tender docking as well as a swim deck. In addition to the guest cabins, the owner’s suite has its own deck. The large crew quarters features 15 cabins.

There are 6 decks on this yacht. These include a tank deck, lower deck, main deck, owner’s deck, bridge deck ad top deck. The interior design is by Aileen Rodriguez and is filled with communal spots. The main salon features a bar, piano, media equipment, comfortable seating areas and elegant details. An elegant staircase rises between decks. The Solandge’s owner’s suite is spacious and luxurious and includes a marble tub and separate shower.

Northern Star – Lurssen – $114,000,000

Lurssen Northern Star

This luxury superyacht was built by Lurssen in 2009. Its striking blue exterior was custom designed by Espen Oeino to be sophisticated and traditional. The yacht measures 75.4 meters and reaches speeds of 18 knots. It was built for long range travel of the world’s oceans and seas. Moran Yacht and Ship worked closely with the ship’s captain, Craig Franks, to create this yacht. The yacht is built to the highest technical standards and provides a comfortable and stable ride for guests.

The Northern Star accommodates 12 guests with 6 staterooms as well as 22 crew members. The exterior decks are spacious with areas for dining, sunning and entertaining. A Jacuzzi and seating areas provide a relaxing environment to entertain at sea. The Northern Star also has a well-equipped gym. Pauline Nunns designed the custom interior in a traditional style. Wood flooring and elegant furnishings create a country manor ambiance. The large dining area is accented in red with beautiful artwork and large windows. The owner’s suite is spacious and classic. The Northern Star is built for sailing the world in style, class and luxury.

TV – Lurssen -$104,250,000

Lurssen TV

This 78.5 meter superyacht was built by Lurssen in 2008. The yacht travels up to a speed of 18 knots and is constructed of steel. The exterior was designed by Espen Oeino. TV features accommodations for 12 guests with 10 cabins. There are also cabins for up to 32 crew members. Twin Caterpillar engines make this superyacht perfect for long range travel.

The TV has a sophisticated gray hull. Alberto Pinto designed the interior which has a casual ambience and appealing space. Six staterooms on the main deck feature floor to ceiling windows. The master suite is spacious with beautiful bowed windows overlooking the entertainment deck.

This superyacht is well appointed with a counter current pool, 2 Jacuzzis, a large sun deck, and a gym. There is a helipad with fueling station, an elevator and tender storage. The TV is the perfect superyacht for entertaining and relaxing as you sail the world’s oceans and seas.

Bella Vita – Feadship – $26,900,000

Bella Vita Feadship

The Bella Vita is a 45 meter superyacht with a unique layout. The master suite and guest cabins are located on the min deck with beautiful views from each cabin. There are 6 cabins to accommodate 12 guests. There are also crew quarters to accommodate 9. The steel constructed structure was designed by De Voogt Naval Architects and built by Feadship in 2008. The yacht reaches a speed of 15 knots.

A spacious tender garage contains a 23 inch tender with room for other water toys. There is a large exterior dining with a bar and elegant seating. The Bella Vita has a large swim platform, a sauna and a spacious sun deck. This superyacht is well appointed for entertaining on the sea.

The modern interior was designed by Sinot Yacht Design. Neutral tones and natural fabrics create clean lines with classic and modern appeal. The dining and media areas are the perfect entertainment venues. The master suite is decorated with neutral tones and elegant wood accents. The master bath is accented with large mirrors and marble, and includes a separate tub and shower. There is a private den located off the master suite. Guest cabins are designed with the same neutral tones, wood accents and marble top sink with a standing shower.

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