G.L. Watson & Co. discover 48m classic yacht CARITAS ready for restoration to modern superyacht standards and regulations

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G.L. Watson & Co. discover 48m classic yacht CARITAS ready for restoration to modern superyacht standards and regulations

April 17, 2015

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

G.L. Watson & Co., the UK-based experts in yacht design, superyacht management and the restoration of classic yachts, has discovered one of the last remaining large classic Motor Yachts – the 48m Caritas yacht. Classic yacht Caritas is a fine example of a 1920’s Cox & Stevens-designed and Krupp-built vessel. She represents a unique opportunity to save and restore an outstanding high pedigree interwar yacht.

48m classic yacht Caritas discovered by G.L. Watson

48m classic yacht Caritas discovered by G.L. Watson

In her current condition, motor yacht Caritas is largely original with timber decks, some interior panelling and no welded repairs. All engines, pipework and wiring have been removed prior to her moving to her current location.

Motor yacht Caritas - side view

Motor yacht Caritas – side view

Restored to modern superyacht standards and regulations, luxury yacht Caritas will be able to comfortably sleep up to 10 guests, with a generous main salon and separate dining room on the main deck. The shade deck is large enough to host ample space for dining, lounging or entertaining outdoors, as well as storage for a motor launch, RIB and dinghies.

In her present state, classic yacht Caritas is an ideal candidate for restoration just like motor yacht Blue Bird, mega yacht Nahlin and most recently, superyacht Malahne.

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