Superyacht Lady Moura turns twenty

Her birth was shrouded in mystery and secrecy. A lot of rumors surrounding her weight, her beauty, even her owners set many tongues wagging. And now, twenty years later, this beauty is still a favorite with many. The beauty we refer to is none other than Lady Moura, one of the most extravagant superyachts to have ever been built. The superyacht was built by the German, Hamburg based yard of Blohm+Voss who delivered her in 1990. As years passed, more information regarding the yacht surfaced.

The yacht’s LOA is 105 meters, 18.5 meters wide, with a draught of 5.5 meters. The superyacht is powered by two 6868HP Deutz-MWM TBD510BV12 diesel, giving her more than 20 knots.
The famous Italian Luigi Sturchio did up the yacht’s interior while the naval architecture was done in house by Blohm+Voss. The big yacht boasts seven decks with Tenders, anchors, and all stored behind hydraulic doors to give the yacht a clean hull. Not much info is available regarding this yacht’s layout and interiors.
The top deck is said to boast of an indoor swimming pool with a roof that slides open. The deck below the bridge deck supposedly is the owner’s paradise: aft of the central staircase, a massive owner suite with a private aft balcony, and fore of the main staircase are the different apartments for the owner’s family.
Opulent is her interior, that she is even rumored to have a 59 ft dining table onboard, created by Viscount Linley. The yacht has two chase boats, the Mangusta 92 Little Saf and the 100 ft DeBirs Little Sarah. The yacht also boasts of her very own helipad with a helicopter, a Sikorsky S-76B.
One feature that is known to everyone about this yacht is her beach club. Along the waterline, she has a beach club that stretches from port to starboard with large hydraulic platforms that fold down from her hull. Lady Moura is even rumored to deploy shark nets to provide safe swimming spots. A truly exceptional yacht, no wonder it is one of the most searched names on many search engines.
What is more, Lady Moura serves as a permanent residence for her owner and his family. She can be seen in Monaco or Palma and making trips around the northern parts of the Mediterranean. She also visits her builders in Germany.
To celebrate her twentieth anniversary, her owners shared a few pictures of this exquisite beauty made by the well-known yacht photographer Marc Paris.

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