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Motor Yacht Meriweather - a Queenship 74 Superyacht

Yacht Description

22m motor yacht Meriweather is a beautiful Queenship 74 pilothouse vessel, built by the US shipyard, Queenship. Launched in 2009, the Meriweather superyacht features exceptional hull by Gregory Marshall and lovely style by Jonathan Quinn Barnett.

Motor Yacht Meriweather


Queenship 74 luxury yacht Meriweather offers soft, warm and comfortable interior in a midship full-beam master suite, an en suite VIP stateroom forward and a twin-berth stateroom with dual access bath. Crew quarters aft of the engine room include a single cabin, head with shower and a large utility as well as work space.

On the broad, covered aft deck, a built-in dining/cocktail banquette faces a service bar with space for an optional barbecue. The salon offers comfortable seating surrounded by large windows offering unparalleled views. Just forward, the raised pilot house encloses a fully-equipped galley, and a raised dining/observers’ settee overlooking the lower helm to allow for a spectacular view forward and to either side. There is also a flybridge with space for tender storage and a 1500-lb. hydraulic davit, in addition to a wet bar, dining/lounge settee as well as upper helm station.

Powered by twin Caterpillar C-18 Acert 1001 bhp diesel engines, the 22m superyacht Meriweather can reach a maximum speed of 25 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots. She boasts a beam of 5m (16´4´´) and a draught of 1.5m (4´9´´).

Yacht Accommodation

Queenship 74 superyacht Meriweather provides soft, warm as well as comfortable interior in a midship full-beam master suite, an en suite VIP stateroom forward and a twin-berth stateroom with dual access bath. Crew quarters aft of the engine room include a single cabin, head with shower and a large utility as well as work space. On the broad, covered aft deck, a built-in dining/cocktail banquette faces a service bar with space for an optional barbecue. The salon offers comfortable seating surrounded by large windows offering unparalleled views. Just forward, the raised pilot house encloses a fully-equipped galley, and a raised dining/observers’ settee overlooking the lower helm to allow for a spectacular view forward and to either side. There is also a flybridge with space for tender storage and a 1500-lb. hydraulic davit, in addition to a wet bar, dining/lounge settee as well as upper helm station.

Yacht Specifications

Type/Year:a Queenship 74 Superyacht/2009 
Refit:  Beam:5m (16´4´´)  
L.O.A.:22m (76´)  Crew: 
Guests:  Max Speed:25 knots 
Cabins: Engines:2xCaterpillar C-18 Acert  
Cruise Speed:18 knots  More Yacht Info: 
Builder/Designer:Jonathan Quinn Barnett Ltd (JQB), Greg Marshall, Queenship 
Locations:AMERICA 

Amenities and Extras

Motor Yacht Meriweather Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht Motor Yacht Meriweather displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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