The sales team at Y.CO gets in touch to say that the 77.73m expedition yacht Lone Ranger will be leaving the Bahamas this week bound for the South of France where she’ll remain until sold.
Now an iconic yacht, she started her life in 1973 as an ocean going tug. She was one of the largest and most powerful tugs of that time, often spending up to one hundred days straight on station in the North Atlantic.
In 1994 she was purchased by a knowledgeable yachtsman and, under the guidance of Kusch Yachts in Hamburg, Germany, she underwent a thorough conversion into a private yacht. In 1997 she was sold and again underwent several refits in Miami that included the engine room, bridge area, deck and interior accommodation areas. This refit was extensive and was designed to give the owner years of comfortable world cruising.
Lone Ranger has a 31,000 mile range at 12 knots, with Quantum stabilizers (installed in 2004) for greater comfort. In the last decade Lone Ranger has cruised the world several times, including a trip to Antarctica and the Arctic polar ice cap.
Her interior features a large master suite with private owner’s library/study and four spacious guest staterooms, all ensuite. The large open deck space, including a basketball court, swimming pool and helicopter pad, plus her ability to carry a 40’ cabin cruiser and numerous small boats, add to her many amenities.
Lone Ranger is asking $20 million. For more information contact:
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