NAEMA Graafship

Beautiful illustration of a timeless yacht with modern amenities

NAEMA Graafship

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Sailing yacht NAEMA (ex. Noelani) is a 40.23m (131'12") superyacht built by GraafShip in 2006 with naval architecture by Olivier F. van Meer. She is a beautiful illustration of a timeless yacht, inside and out with traditional 1930s styling coexists with modern-day amenities and comfort, having been refitted extensively in 2014/15. Up to eight guests can be accommodated on board, looked after by a professional crew of seven.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF NAEMA (ex. Noelani): ~ Winner of the 2019 Classic Schooner Association Regatta ~ Elegant refit by Hodgdon Yachts in 2014-15 ~Beautifully maintained ~ Great entertaining areas ~Air conditioning ~WiFi

As guests board NAEMA from the stern passarelle and cross the teak stern deck, they will notice the helm is elevated to allow clear visibility of the entire horizon forward. The guest cockpit is forward with a large drop leaf varnished teak dining table and comfortably cushioned seating for up to 10 guests. There are a selection of sun pads and cushions on deck for guests to recline in the sun.

Her deck salon adjoins the guest cockpit forward, offering full protection and 360-degree unobstructed views. There is a serving area to starboard with refrigeration, a full sink, cabinetry and plenty of storage. Comfortable, elevated L-shaped settees are forward that offer guests excellent visibility when seated. Sizeable oval windows surround the space allowing a nice flow of natural light.

NAEMA Specifications

L.O.A.:40.23m (131'12") 
Crew:4.24m (13'11") 
Max Speed: 
Engines:MAN Diesel 298KW 400HP 
Cruise Speed:8 knots 

NAEMA’s interior styling is classic, warm and welcoming with bright varnished Anigre cabin soles and varnished, raised panel Mahogany. The navigation station is forward to port with a large opening port facing the mid-deck. NAEMA’s main salon and dining area are full-width with opening portlights and a large skylight at the centre for a steady flow of natural light. The dining area is elegant, with rolled and pleated leather upholstery on the U-shaped seating surrounding the large central dining table.

There is an additional designated desk/office area forward to starboard and a beautifully-detailed curved staircase forward that leads down to the accommodation area and showcases Mahogany with painted panels above accented by full-height, handcrafted leaded glass panels with scallop shells embedded in the design.

Yacht Accommodation

The sailing yacht sleeps up to eight guests in three staterooms, plus seven crewmembers in three cabins with an adjoining lounge. The master suite features a king-size berth, a large locker with a bureau below and a hanging locker for additional storage. The opening portlights and opening skylight above allow for ventilation. The master en-suite is detailed with a marble top vanity and offers plenty of space and privacy for guests. Her additional accommodation include a port guest stateroom with wide single berths and a Pullman and a guest cabin with a wide single lower berth and a Pullman, each with en-suites.

Amenities and Extras

We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 40.23m (131'12") yacht NAEMA, so please enquire for more information.

NAEMA Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht NAEMA 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.

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