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Motor Yacht Nourah of Riyad - a Yachtley Superyacht
Launched by the Turkish shipyard Yachtley in 2008, the luxury motor yacht Nourah of Riyad is a spectacular vessel, designed by well known Donald Starkey. Refitted and lenghtened by 5 meters in 2012, Nourah of Riyad superyacht measures impressive 70 meters.
Yachtley megayacht Nourah of Riyad provides beautiful accommodation to a total number of 14 guests in 6 lovely staterooms. She carries a professional crew of 18, sleeping in 8 crew cabins.
Featuring a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the 231ft superyacht Nourah of Riyad is run by twin Caterpillar 3508B DITA diesel engines. She reaches a maximum speed of 19 knots and comfortably cruises at 16 knots. Her beam is of 11,04m (36'22''), while her maximum draft is of 3,7m (12'14''). Nourah of Riyad is MCA classed.
The maximum number of 14 guests can find comfortable and elegant accommodation aboard Nourah of Riyad megayacht. There are 6 lovely staterooms. Her 18 impressive crew sleeps in 8 crew cabins.
|Type/Year:||a Yachtley Superyacht/2008
||Max Speed:||19 knots
||Engines:||2xCaterpillar 3508B DITA
|Cruise Speed:||16 knots
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|Builder/Designer:||Donald Starkey Designs, Donald Starkey, Yachtley
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