CARINTHIA VI Lurssen
If you have any questions about the CARINTHIA VI information page below please contact us.
CARINTHIA VI Specifications
|Beam:||6.86m (22' 6")|
|L.O.A.:||71.02m (233' )|
|Max Speed:||28 knots|
|Engines:||2 x 3, 125kW MT|
|Cruise Speed:||22 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Corporate|
|Builder/Designer:||Lurssen Werft, Lurssen, John Bannenburg|
Motor yacht CARINTHIA VI (EX THE ONE) is a 1973 Lurssen superyacht at just over 70 meters or 233 feet in length. She has a famous yachting heritage as designed by John Bannenberg.
She is a steel-hulled semi-displacement luxury yacht and her naval architecture was created by Lurssen Werft and her interior designer was the well known John Bannenberg. She is able to accommodate 12 plus guests in her 7 staterooms. If you would like further information and interior images of the charter yacht please contact us for details.
Superyacht Carinthia VI can accommodate 12 plus charter guests in 7 cabins. One cabin can be used as a triple perfect for Nanny accommodation with children: Spacious twin cabin with an additional private single cabin, this cabin shares common access and en suite facilities.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 71.02m (233' ) yacht CARINTHIA VI, so please enquire for more information.
CARINTHIA VI Disclaimer:
The luxury yacht CARINTHIA VI displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.
"I once had a client who told me, “I will put your name on the side of my boat if it’s good, but if the boat is not good, your name will appear three times as big.” We were brought up with the sense that it is a very personal obligation for the family when we sign a contract to deliver a yacht that the client expects. I cannot go to a client and say “One of my guys made a mistake.” He would say “Is he Mr. Lürssen, or are you Mr. Lürssen?” But a successful delivery is also a great reward. I take the relationships of my clients very personally." - Peter Lürssen of Lürssen Yachts (courtesy SuperYachtTimes)