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  • Built in 1943 by Canadian Vickers, the 99.06m (325ft) CHRISTINA O was first used as a World War II surplus Canadian frigate. She was then purchased in 1954 by Greek magnate Aristotle Onassis, who spent USD 4,000,000 transforming her into a floating palace.

    With her exterior designed by Caeser Pinnau, her beautiful interior boasts a design that epitomises elegance and style. She is furnished with elegant fabrics, soft lighting and beautiful furnishings to ensure complete luxury and comfort.


  • Asking Price
    Price on Application
  • Built
    1943, Canadian Vickers, Canada
  • Length
    99.1m (325ft)
  • Beam
    11.1m (36.4ft)
  • Draft
    4m (13.1ft)
  • Type
    Twin screw diesel yacht
  • Class
    ABS A1 Passenger AMS
  • Flag
  • Engines
    2 x 2,775hp MAN
  • Range
    2,700 nm
  • Lying
    West Mediterranean
  • Gross Tonnage
  • Construction
    Hull - Steel, Superstructure - Aluminium, Deck - Teak
  • Cruising Speed
    14 knots
  • Maximum Speed
    19 knots
  • Exterior Design
    Caesar Pinnau
  • Interior Design
    Apostolos Molindris
  • No. Of Guests
  • No. Of Guest Cabins
    18 (3 x Double, 15 x Twin)
  • Crew
  • Tenders
    2 x Hacker Yamaha Prestige varnished launches 2 x watercraft lifeboats 2 x RIBs for water skiing & passenger transportation
  • Key Features

    • Refitted in 2001
    • Can accommodate 34 guests in 17 cabins (16 staterooms plus the Onassis suite)
    • Amenities include a bronze-edged swimming pool, dance floor, and Jacuzzi deck with panoramic views
    • A variety of water toys including windsurfers, jet skis and snorkelling equipment
    • A cruising speed of 14 knots
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