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Launched in early 2017, motor yacht LETANI is the fourth yacht in the Feadship Lagoon Cruiser line. LETANI (ex. Project Capri) is a 34.65-metre luxury yacht with naval architecture by De Voogt and interior design by Bannenberg & Rowell.
The stunning exterior design of this yacht is recognisable by the dynamic looks of her superstructure with a substantial amount of glass, and the vertical bow.
Yachts of the Lagoon cruises series are capable of cruising in shallow waters. LETANI has a beam of 7.9m and a draft of 1.8m - perfect for cruising in the shallow waters.
|Beam:||7.9m (25' 11")|
|L.O.A.:||34.65m (113' 8")|
|Max Speed:||20 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 12V 2000M93|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Feadship, De Voogt, Bannenberg & Rowell|
|Locations:||Crete, Ionian Islands, New Caledonia, Turkey, France, Carian Coast, Doha, Cannes|
Her exterior living spaces are perfect for relaxation and leisure.
Video of superyacht LETANI:
Accommodation is offered in 4 luxurious cabins: owner's stateroom with bathroom and double vanities and showers, two convertible staterooms on lower deck, and two VIP staterooms. There is also plenty of space for a crew of 6.
Amenities and Extras
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"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 of Bannenberg & Rowell Design