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  • Superyacht LAUREL was designed by Donald Starkey Design and features naval architecture and marine engineering by the Delta Design Group. The yacht boasts a striking exterior profile with fine entry and a gracefully shaped stern, combining chrome between her white superstructure and Royal Blue hull.


  • Asking Price
    Price on Application
  • Built
    2006, Delta Marine, United States of America
  • Length
    73.2m (240ft)
  • Beam
    12.3m (40.4ft)
  • Draft
    3.7m (12ft)
  • Type
    Twin screw diesel yacht
  • Class
    Lloyds 100A1 SSC G6 Yacht + LMC UMS
  • Flag
    Cayman Islands
  • Engines
    2 x 2,500hp Caterpillar 3516B
  • Range
    6,000 nm
  • Lying
  • Note
    Not for sale to US residents while in US waters
  • Gross Tonnage
  • Construction
    Hull - Steel, Superstructure - GRP
  • Cruising Speed
    16 knots
  • Maximum Speed
    18.2 knots
  • Exterior Design
    Delta & Starkey
  • Interior Design
    Donald Starkey
  • No. Of Guests
  • No. Of Guest Cabins
    6 (5 x Double, 1 x Twin)
  • Crew
  • Key Features

    • Main deck master stateroom flanked by private decks and entered via a private lobby
    • Staircase spiraling around a three-storey-high glass sculpture depicting marine life, by Seattle artist Mary van Cline
    • Sun deck that extends fore and aft of a central observation room
    • The interior is very volumous thanks to her huge beam of 12.30m (40' 4") and features a blend of anigre, furnished in an eclectic style
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