TALITHA Krupp and Devonport
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TALITHA (ex TALITHA G) is a historic 80m (262' 5") classic motor yacht built in 1929 by Krupp and reconditioned by Devonport with interior design by Jon Bannenberg. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins in glorious luxury and elegant style.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~Jacuzzi ~ Card room ~Elevator serving all decks ~Bar ~Piano ~Open fireplaces ~Large swim platform ~Very large selection of water toys ~Stabilization system
A lot of attention to detail has been paid to her interior which is a combination of exquisite art-deco features and modern systems and functionality. It retains all the charm of the 1930s with a lovely salon and bar, open fireplaces, a luxurious library, antique bronze skylights, a card room, use of rich myrtle, mahogany and oak veneers as well as inlaid marquetry throughout. There is also a central elevator that serves all decks.
Her decks are large and unique and offer guests multiple opportunities for relaxing and getting together with loved ones. The funnel deck includes a secret viewing point and there is a cushioned bowsprit hammock as well as a lounging spot in the fan tail aft of the main deck. The upper deck offers guests a Jacuzzi aft of the alfresco dining area as well as a saloon and bar. The main deck also offers a sun lounging area and superb seating for all to relax.
Talitha remains the epitome of the classic motor yacht as she sails on past her 80th anniversary. Meticulously rebuilt in her entirety in 1994, she offers all the charm, polish and style of a classic London hotel. Incomparable standards of service with the very latest technology on board mean that superyacht Talitha offers her guests the perfect cruise.
TALITHA began life in 1927 on the drawing boards of the distinguished naval architects Cox & Stevens who were considered the leading yacht designers of their day. The yacht was launched in 1930 as MY REVELER. During 60 years, she changed name and owner on regular basis, until in 1993, after considerable reconstruction at the DML Devonport shipyard in Plymouth, UK, and with a design by Jon Bannenberg, she emerged under the present owners in her present incarnation as MY TALITHA G, then named TALITHA. Since then she has undergone numerous smaller refits, repairs and paint finishes, including a completely new wheelhouse installed in 1999 but her shape and interior layout is essentially unchanged in 12 years.
The current owners enjoy the yacht and have invested heavily in her, keeping her maintained structurally and cosmetically to a very high standard and ensuring that she is completely up to date with her navigation, communications and entertainment technology. Today, 75 years after her maiden launch, it’s fair to say that she’s in the best shape she’s ever been.
|Type/Year:||Krupp and Devonport /1929|
|Refit:||1994, 1999, 2008|
|Beam:||10.34m (33' 11")|
|L.O.A.:||80.00m (262' 5")|
|Max Speed:||14.6 knots|
|Engines:||2 x Caterpillar 3516 TA 1|
|Cruise Speed:||13 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Classic motor yachts, Corporate|
|Builder/Designer:||Jon Bannenberg, F. Krupp, Kiel Rebuilt By Devonport|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, Sicily, Sardinia, Italy, Corsica, classic, Antigua, Directory|
Talitha offers the latest in communications technology, including VSAT "always on" broadband internet, available worldwide via WiFi throughout the ship.
The crew of Talitha are dedicated to ensuring enjoyment, comfort and, above all, safety.
TALITHA can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins. One owner's suite which is full beam of the yacht on the main deck, two double guest cabins and three twin guest cabins on the lower deck. All are ensuite. Bed master cabin: 200cm x 200cm Double beds in guest cabins: 165cm x 200cm
Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys: Ribtec 7.0 metre inflatable 200hp (ski boat)capacity for 12 people. Chris Craft 25' luxury tender built in 2005, 350 hp capacity for 12 people. Hacker Craft Luxury tender 29', 300hp (mahagany-hulled, varnished) capacity for 12 people. 2 x Yamaha waverunners GP800R, 800cc 2005 edition 1 x Kawasaki Jet ski, 800 SX-R 2003 2003 edition Laser Sail Boat built 2002 Windsurfing equipment (2003 gear): North, Fanatic and Starboard. Kite Surfing equipment (2002 gear): North and Naish. Kayaks (one 2 man and one 1 man) Sky Ski (hydrofoil) Monoskis Double Skis Knee Board Wakeboards Wakeskate Towable Rings (large selection) 4 x Complete scuba dive sets 10 x Masks/snorkels/fins 3 x Fishing rods (and associated equipment) Gym Equipment: Treadmill Life Cycle Concept II Rowing Machine 2 x Bikes (foldable) 1 x ROV Communications Full internal / external telephone system Fleet 77 and 'Mini M' Satellite communications with voice, fax and High Speed Data channels. Direct dialing and email facility from all Guest Cabins Individual email boxes @ talitha-g.com HUSUN 4000 A3 GMDSS station GSM telephone and fax Navco and Icom Hand Portable VHF Radios VSAT WIFI - Free internet access on board Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities Seatel Satellite Television Receiver and conventional Terrestrial TV Receiver Itunes system with over 60,000 tracks Over 1000 DVDs CD, tape player and tuner in all guest cabins. Individual DVD 'Watchman's for each berth, with individual satellite decoder. 50
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'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.