PACIFIC a Lurssen Superyacht
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Superyacht Pacific (ex Josi) is an outstanding 85m (278') vessel, built by the prestigious German shipyard Lurssen and launched in 2010. The wonderful distinct exterior of mega yacht Pacific has been designed by the renowned German Frers studio, while her stylish interior is by Bannenberg & Rowell Design.
|Type/Year:||a Lurssen Superyacht /2010|
|Max Speed:||20 knots|
|Engines:||2x MTU 20V4000 M93L diese|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Lurssen Werft, Lurssen, German Frers, Bannenberg Design, Bannenberg And Rowell Design, Bannenberg & Rowell, Bannenberg|
|Locations:||Malta, Antigua, Nevis, The Channel Islands, Pula, Ajaccio, India, South of France|
Lurssen luxury yacht Pacific can sleep up to 12 guests in utmost in luxury. Guests are pampered by a numerous crew of 28 professionals.
Made of steel and aluminium, super yacht Pacific (ex Josi) can reach a top speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, thanks to her twin powerful MTU 20V4000 M93L diesels. She is Lloyds registered.
Accommodation aboard Pacific yacht is offered to a total number of 12 guests in beautifully appointed cabins. There is also space for a highly professional crew of 28 members.
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