Capri was built in steel and aluminium by Germany's Lürssen yard to a design by Glade Johnson and delivered in 2003. Glade Johnson also designed the interior and executed a concept of sleek, curved features both inside and out. This is a superyacht of voluminous proportions, yet she still maintains strikingly elegant lines.
With five decks and an abundance of technical features, Capri is state-of-the-art luxury with practical go-to-sea standards. Built to Lloyd's class and MCA compliant, she accommodates 12 guests in six cabins, including a full-beam master suite and VIP cabin on the main deck along with three doubles and a twin below deck, all with 42-inch plasma television screens and full en-suite bathroom facilities,
An elegant interior has vast main saloons on the main and bridge decks and there is a fully equipped gym on the sun deck. iPads operating a Crestron app offer individual local control in each cabin and entertainment area. Each area has its own satellite receiver for Sky television in addition to movies and music on-demand through a Kaleidescape audio/visual server.
Capri completed her Lloyd's Class 10-year survey during a maintenance period in 2013. She has also benefited from the addition of a completely new fully integrated bridge/navigational system installed in 2012. Twin 1,950hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 6,000 nautical miles and she is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers.
Capri was asking €24,950,000.