Posts Tagged With 'classic'
Photo by Maarten JanssenThe classic Lürssen Allahou in GreeceOne of the oldest Lürssen superyachts we have on record, is the 1965 built Allahou. Allahou is a 32.8 metre superyacht, built as M/Y Seebar, as hull number 13365 by the German yard. Built in wood, and powered by twin 1350 hp Mercedes MB820 diesels, she cruises at 20 knots, and can reach an impressive top speed of 26 knots. Allahou spends most of her time in Greece, where I saw her in August. She is in great condition, and is available for... Read More
Photo and text by Maarten JanssenThe 28 metre classic Feadship Najade in?Greece The 28 metre?Najade?was built by Feadship Royal Van Lent in The Netherlands in 1965.?Najade, which is currently for sale asking?€ 3,500,000, offers?accommodation for up to 9 guests in 5 cabins.?Twin 235 hp Gardner engines give a gentle cruising speed of 10 knots. She is seen here this summer at anchor off Poros town in... Read More
By Maarten Janssen The?classic yacht?Istros arriving in MonacoIstros is a classic 1954 superyacht, built in Holland by De Vries Lentsch (not to be confused with Feadship’s De Vries and Van Lent yards). She offers a unique combination of classical elegance and modern creature comforts, added during her restoration. The yacht offers accommodation for up to 9 guests, and 15 crew. She is currently being offered for sale with Edmiston at €... Read More