Upon her launch over 28 years ago, she was surrounded by rumours and secrecy, as was the ninth largest yacht. Back in the days a 100+ luxury yacht created an enormous amount of discussions. A while after her launch some official informaiton had been released, which created another buzz. At 105 metres LADY MOURA has a beam of 18.5 metres, which allows accommodating 30 guests and 61 crew. Another wow feature unveiled that time was her logos and name plates being plated with 24 karat gold and her owner being Nasser Al-Rashid, a businessman from Saudi Arabia.
LADY MOURA was refitted in 2007 and has since been maintained to the highest standard, which allows her to retain her status of being one of the most expensive yachts in the world. Her estimated net worth is currently US $250 million.
Nowadays, LADY MOURA is one of the highly admired yachts in the industry and is a real celebrity on the Social Media. Spotted in the finest cruising grounds of the Mediterranean together with other luxury superyachts, LADY MOURA always attracted attention and a large number of yachting enthusiasts dreaming of stepping onboard this privately owned yacht. Unfortunately, very little information is available regarding the interior styling and the exact layout of the yacht.
Her classic white exterior design was created by Luigi Sturchio, who also designed the interior spaces. The naval architecture is by the Blohm & Voss in-house team. The automated gates and locks, which allows lowering of her tenders and boats and access way for the guests and crew members. Guests can arrive by helicopter, which lands on a helipad specifically designed by easy take-offs and arrivals in style.
The yacht is equipped with a nightclub, casino, spa centre and vast lounges. The upper deck is dedicated to the enormous swimming pool with the slide-open roof.
Lady Moura is powered by two 6,868 hp Deutz-MWM TBD510BV12 Diesel engines, which allows her to reach a top speed of 22 knots.