LION'S DEN Hargrave
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Launched in 2002, the 29m/95ft motor yacht LION'S DEN (ex Patent Pending, Alegria) was built in the United States at Hargrave shipyard. The interiors come from Yacht Interiors by Shelley. With a beam of 6.1m/20ft she provides lots of room for entertainment and relaxation. With four cabins, the accommodation is provided for up to 10 guests.
The oversized aft deck places a dining spaces in a convenient area, where guests can relax outdoors and socialise.
LION'S DEN Specifications
|Max Speed:||22.5 knots|
|Engines:||2 x Cat 3412E Diesel|
|Cruise Speed:||19 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Hargrave, Yacht Interiors By Shelley|
|Locations:||England, Micronesia, Montenegro, Ireland, Cyclade Islands, Italy, San Juans, Maldives|
The interior features wooden panels and beige-creamy upholstery. The main salon includes a lounge and a dining.
The power comes from two Cat 3412 engines, which produce a top speed of 23 knots. The cruising speed is 18 knots.
Accommodation is offered for up to 10 guests across one master suite, a VIP and two twin cabins each with Pullman beds.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 28.96m (95'0") yacht LION'S DEN, so please enquire for more information.
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“In our company we measure our design objectives against Jack Hargrave’s dictum that, at the end of the day, the boat has to perform at sea. Everything else in the design process needs to bend to that single principle. It’s the right way to do it, and at Hargrave, it’s the only way to do it,” - Michael Joyce, CEO of Hargrave Custom Yachts