PRINCESS LONA Tecnomar | From EUR€ 49,000 /wk
Luxury superyacht PRINCESS LONA measures 34.80m (114' 2") and was launched by Tecnomar in Italy in 2006. Refitted in 2019 with elegant and inviting interiors by Luca Dini, the vessel offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in 6 cabins, while there is a crew of 6 on board.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF PRINCESS LONA: ~Sundeck Jacuzzi ~Plenty of sunbathing space ~Numerous options for alfresco dining ~Top speed of 24 knots ~Great selection of water toys ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
Guests arriving by tender can disembark onto the lower deck swim platform and reach the main deck aft via the stairways. Here, a sofa is fitted along the stern and under the hardtop there is a square alfresco dining table able to seat up to 10 guests.
The foredeck has a double sunbed for guests to enjoy a raised position for sunbathing and observation. Stairs lead down to the bow where there are more sunbeds, L-shaped sofas with drinks tables and a triangle-shaped seat at the tip of the bow.
Up on the flybridge, the helm controls are placed forward with additional seats for guests to enjoy the magnificent elevated views. Behind there is an alfresco dining table to seat up to 12 guests in the shade beneath the hardtop, and along the stern the Jacuzzi is an enticing place to unwind day or night, when the lighting further enhances the ambiance.
The lower deck hosts the crew and guest accommodation, with room in the stern for storing water toys.
On the main deck, the Master suite is situated forward with the media room behind. The formal dining area and main salon are combined into one large space, with the formal dining table placed forward and the lounge consisting of a large L-shaped sofa to port with a TV in the cabinetry opposite. A coffee table and armchair with footrest complete the serene setting, where broad windows down both sides of the hull flood the room with plenty of natural light.
PRINCESS LONA Specifications
|Beam:||7.25m (23' 9")|
|L.O.A.:||34.80m (114' 2")|
|Max Speed:||24 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 12V396TE|
|Cruise Speed:||19 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub|
|Builder/Designer:||Tecnomar, LUCA DINI Design & Architecture|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, Adriatic Sea, Croatia, Dubrovnik, East Med, Montenegro, Split, Trogir, Zadar|
Above, the raised pilot house has excellent forward views and can be used as another quiet lounge.
Twin MTU 12V396TE94 engines produce a maximum speed of 24 knots, a cruising speed of 19 knots and a range of 600 nautical miles.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The accommodation sleeps up to 12 guests across 6 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 2 VIP staterooms, 2 twin cabins and 1 cinema room convertible to a double cabin.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys: ~Tender: Invictus 280 SX Chase tender Toys: ~1 x Jet Ski Sea-Doo Spark Trixx 3up ~3 x Seabob F5 ~2 x stand up paddleboards (SUP) ~1 x towable donut ~1 x towable tube ~1 x wakeboard ~1 x water ski set ~3 x sets of diving gear (rendezvous diving only)
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"My passion for boats moved me away from architecture. from the beginning I always thought yacht design as a part of architecture, but after seeing in 1982 the m.y. nabila anchored in the port city livorno italy, it instantly sparked that passion. From that day forth, it became my mission to become a yacht designer." - Luca Dini