The 50 metre Couach motor yacht La Pellegrina, named after one of the largest pearls in the world, is one of the newest additions to the brokerage market.
Built in carbon-reinforced Kevlar by French yard Chantier Naval Couach, she was delivered in 2012 as a Couach 5000 Fly model, powered by twin 5,240hp MTU engines for a top speed of 28 knots.
Accommodating 12 guests in total, her exquisite interior was designed by Jean-Pierre Fantini with a six-cabin layout, comprised of a master suite on the upper deck, a VIP suite on the main deck and three doubles with queen beds and a twin cabin below.
Entertainment and luxury come hand in hand on board La Pellegrina - each cabin benefits from its own entertainment centre as well as marble en suite bathroom facilities. In the main saloon, a large lounge area welcomes guests with port and starboard sofas, low-slung tables for morning coffees and a shared entertainment set-up with a low credenza separating it from a formal dining area forward. Meanwhile, floor to ceiling windows flooding the space with natural light.
Sitting adjacent, through sliding glass doors, a sheltered aft deck features built in seating and an al fresco dining option. Up above on the sun deck, there’s even more room for relaxation with a trio of sun pads and a central spa pool.
- NameLa Pellegrina
- Length overall49.9 m
- Beam9.3 m
- Max draught2.6 m
- Gross tonnage498 t
- Year of build2012
Performance & Capacities
- Max speed25 kn
- Cruising speed22 kn
- Passenger rooms6