Custom Legacy Superyacht US$14,895,000
- VAT Type: VAT Excluded
- Year: 2022
- Location: South Korea
- Length: 135 ft (41 m)
- Beam: 25 ft (8 m)
- Draft: 7 ft (2 m)
- Berths: 0
- Engines hp: 3560
- Boat type: motor
- Cabins: 5
- Internal Reference: 8039979
The L135’ (41m) from US based Legacy Super Yachts is designed and engineered by leading American designers Joe Lazzara and Ian Ombres. Drawing on generations of innovation, this MTU powered aluminum yacht has an impressive top speed of 29 knots. Currently in build with 12 months till launch, she offers exceptional quality and world class design.
The interior has been created by Superyacht interior designer Alexandre Thiriat. Decorated with warm, rich tones using dark Indian rosewood, light and reconstituted oak and chenille with a hint of industrial design and Art Deco styling, an elegant and casual ambiance will run throughout all her guest areas. At this stage of construction the interior can be customized to fit the owners selections.
Key features include the walk-around top deck, a spacious flybridge deck with a Jacuzzi, a large beach club area or garage for tender, davit for 2 wave-runners on the bow, shallow draft of just under 6’ and built to built to ABS A1 Commercial class. At 318 gross tons, considerable volume is offered throughout her spacious interior and open plan exterior decks with floor to ceiling glass in the main salon.
The L135’ has a large main deck salon and formal dining area boast headroom at almost nine feet. A full size American galley with a large settee is ideal for entertaining family and guests. The spacious feel is further enhanced by three large glass sliding doors, which allow for panoramic views with a day head located off the galley. Legacy also offers a full-beam master stateroom forward on the main deck, which includes an office area with sea views, a king-size bed, a dressing room and a his-and-hers bathroom. Further accommodation is located on the lower deck comprising four VIP staterooms. The luxury yacht is also set up to carry 7 crew on board, located in the bow of the yacht.
Powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 M93L 3460 HP diesel engines, she will be propelled to a cruising speed of 25 knots and a maximum speed of 29 knots. The Hull has been tank tested and developed by naval architects Bill Prince & Ian Ombres to ensure exceptional seakeeping characteristics and efficiency. Almost all premium equipment and machinery systems suppliers are American for ease of service and maintenance.
Listed and managed exclusively through Denison Yachting and relying on decades of experience and expertise. Denison caters the management approach to the needs of each individual client. Delivering real- time solutions for the various challenges typically associated with operating a yacht, from financial management and crew administration to technical support and compliance. The mission is to be a key strategic partner between the owner and crew on board, enabling expectations to be exceeded at every level.
A complete 129 page builders spec & construction progress photos upon request.
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