Yacht: Clelia II

June 19, 2009 by yachtlover
Clelia II
Builder: Ferrari
Material: steel
LOA: 88.4 m (290.0')
Draft: 3.65 m (11.98')
Beam: 15 m (50')
Cruise Speed: 3.65 knots
Year: 1991
Guests: 100
Crew: 55
Country Built: Italy
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: Bahamas

Image: Clelia II – Photo Credit Travel Dynamics International.

Motor Yacht Clelia II

Motor Yacht Clelia II (photo above) was launched in by Ferrari in the year 1991 and the luxury yacht is approximately 88.39m (290 feet) LOA. The yacht was built in Italy. She was formerly Renaissance Class – Renaissance Iv. The material steel was employed to fabricate the superyacht hull. Her boat’s hull has a beam at the widest point in metres at 15.3 (50.2 feet) in length as well as the draft which in metres which is 3.65 (11.98 ft). The structure above deck utilised is mostly steel.

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Clelia II Accommodation
Clelia II has accommodation for a maximum number of 100 guests. The yacht is actually capable of carrying up to 55 crewmembers onboard to ensure a peaceful luxury yacht vacation feel.

Further Information On This Motor Yacht
She is flagged in Bahamas. Clelia II could be described as a boutique luxury cruise ship.

Clelia II Yacht Charter
Contact a recommended reputable yacht charter broker for details with respect to having a charter holiday on Clelia II, or for ascertaining whether she is offered for yacht charters. Similarly, request a yacht sales broker to see if Clelia II is currently for sale to purchase and her price.

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