20 Mar, 2023 @ 08:45
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World’s first mega-yacht ‘Lady Moura’, internationally known as the ship with the golden letters, visits port of Spain’s Malaga

World's first mega-yacht 'Lady Moura', internationally known as the ship with the golden letters, visits port of Spain’s Malaga
World's first mega-yacht 'Lady Moura', internationally known as the ship with the golden letters, visits port of Spain’s Malaga

LAST Saturday March 18, saw the arrival of superyacht Lady Moura, internationally famous for its impeccable white color on which the name of the boat and a distinctive coat of arms are carved in solid gold, to the Port of Malaga.

Berthed mid-morning at dock number one within the megayacht marina facilities, this vessel, a reference of nautical luxury, is expected to make a stopover of several days in Malaga waters.

The Lady Moura was the 9th largest private yacht in the world when launched in 1990 and is currently owned by the third-richest billionaire in Mexico, Ricardo Salinas Pliego.

This jewel of naval engineering was created by the German shipyard Blohm & Voss, in collaboration with the renowned Italian architect Luigi Sturchio, who was in charge of the interior design.

Luxury amenities include a heliport and a Sikorsky S76 helicopter, an indoor swimming pool with an open roof, a gymnasium, spa, sauna, a nightclub with a DJ booth, a theatre, a cinema, a casino, a 25 metre dining table and a bakery.

It has a capacity of 30 passengers and comes with a crew of 61.

The last time this spectacular four-level vessel, 344 feet long by 62 feet wide, called in Malaga waters was in July last year.

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