Salem is synonymous with luxury. The superyacht was originally the Cumulus in 1963 and used as an ocean weather ship. Modified in 1998, she has now come onto the market for the first time since her conversion into a yacht. Salem was refurbished with new engines, generators, air-conditioning, and stabilizers. Plus the interiors were done-up with utmost care to provide a luxurious and comfortable stay. Salem is classed Bureau Veritas; she has five decks and can 48 guests and 43 crewmembers. She was refitted for a Middle Eastern client; hence you will find the layout intriguing where men and women are accommodated on different sets of self-contained decks.
Salem measures 73.6m in length, and has a displacement of 524 tons. A single 3996 horsepower MAN B&W Alpha Diesel engine powers her; Salem cruises at 14 knots, allowing for a range of 2141nm. When cruising at 10 knots Salem has a range of 5116nm. Edmiston has listed her price as $19.750.000. Salem is currently berthed in Palma de Mallorca. For more information on Salem please contact her Central Agent Alex Busher at [email protected]