Timmerman superyacht Beluga gets €1M price reduction
by Malcolm MacLean
Built in steel and aluminium by Russian yard Timmerman to DNV class, Beluga was launched in 2013 with naval architecture by Vripack.
MCA compliant, she has an Art Deco interior by Frangulyan Studio incorporating fine Italian leathers, exotic woods and onyx stone surfaces. Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins including two spacious VIP suites and all have entertainment centres and full en suite bathroom facilities. Further features include bullet-proof windows and a full sauna with easy access to the swim platform.
Lovers of the outdoors will find her spacious deck spaces particularly attractive, especially the sun deck with two large sofas, a Jacuzzi, full bar and grill for al fresco dining plus canvas awnings providing shade over the bar and Jacuzzi areas when required. Other dining areas include a formal area in the main saloon and an aft deck giving privacy via sliding windows and blinds.
Twin 1,440hp Caterpillar engines give Beluga a cruising range of 4,000 nautical miles and she is now asking €12.9 million.