59M CLASSIC MOTOR YACHT Camper & Nicholsons | From EUR€ 199,500 /wk
Camper & Nicholson originally built this luxury 59m (192’) classic motor yacht in 1931 as a commission for an engineering tycoon of the time, Montague Stanley Napier. She has lived through active service in WWII, hosted greats of the acting and art communities while owned by her longest-serving custodian and is now resplendent having been lavished with a two-year refit by her current owners at the Pendennis shipyard in the UK. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in six staterooms.
NOTABLE FEATURES 59M CLASSIC MOTOR YACHT: ~Opulent art deco interiors ~Classic 30s exterior design with striking yellow funnels ~Fascinating history ~Relaunched for 2022 ~Swimming pool/jacuzzi ~
Her exterior and technical restoration took two years of work where her original MAN engines were rebuilt, upgrades carried out to steel work and superstructure were completed and electrical systems updated. All with the ambition to restore her original classic yacht profile.
The sun deck features a lovely collection of classic furniture set under a soft bimini shade and the piece de resistance is a settee set in a cosy panelled cabin. There is also a wonderful deck bar built to resemble a treasure chest. Aft is an open sunbathing area adjacent to the copper spa jacuzzi pool.
The main deck aft is dedicated to al fresco dining and features a 12-seater table sheltered by the sun deck overhang and lit at night by a fabulous art deco deck chandelier.
59M CLASSIC MOTOR YACHT Specifications
|Type/Year:||Camper & Nicholsons/1931|
|Beam:||8.00m (26' 3")|
|L.O.A.:||58.80m (192' 11")|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MAN Diesel @ 750hp|
|Cruise Speed:||13.5 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub|
|Builder/Designer:||Camper & Nicholson|
Her painstaking restoration involved careful examination of her original plans and meticulous research by the London-based interior design team Muza Lab. The result is a truly stunning representation of her original design across her salon, dining room, luxury staterooms as well as galley, wheelhouse and other crew areas.
The interior features classic woodwork, silk wall coverings, parquet, brass finishings, crystal chandeliers and authentic furniture.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The main deck master stateroom has its own private access into a delightful lounge area to aft, while forward is the fabulous en suite, with tiled floors, wooden cabinetry, brass tapware and marble counter tops. The lower guest deck offers 5 staterooms with a full beam aft VIP, a twin featuring the original restored sleigh bed and another twin carefully copied from the other. To starboard are a double and forward again two more doubles, all en suite. As with the master suite, the ensuites are all meticulously crafted with marble, wood and tile finishes.
Charter Amenities and Extras
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Camper & Nicholsons became known for its fast, wooden racing sailing yachts, which included the famed J-Class sloops that competed in the America’s Cup Races of the early 20th century, including two J-Class boats commissioned by Sir Thomas Sopwith, Endeavour and Endeavour II.