Meticulously restored by the UK’s Pendennis Shipyard, in a project led by Edmiston, MALAHNE offers you the chance to experience glorious and quite unique Art Deco style and elegance across her beautiful interior and decks. Adding to her undoubted classic yacht charm, MALAHNE is thoroughly modern in all the right ways, updated with every luxury of modern life.
Delivered in 1937 by Camper and Nicholsons to businessman and renowned yachtsman, William Lawrence Stephenson, MALAHNE roamed the globe before serving in World War II, participating in the evacuation of Dunkirk, France.
Later, MALAHNE was owned by film producer Sam Spiegel and became one of Hollywood’s and the world’s most famous yachts. She served as the production headquarters for the making of Lawrence of Arabia and also hosted Hollywood stars such as Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Kirk Douglas and Jack Nicholson.
Her stunning period interior is by Guy Oliver, who previously styled the staterooms at 10 Downing Street. The interior has a blend of prints and solids, soft-to-the-touch materials and striking woods. Grand bathrooms with tubs, writing desks and cosy seating areas create an elegant and captivating interior where her 10 guests will experience unmatched onboard splendour and old-school sophistication.