Designed by Terence Disdale, she was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Amels to Lloyds class. She was delivered in 1999 and most recently refitted in 2019. Up to 20 guests are accommodated in 10 cabins, with an interior in Italian leather and raw silk bulkheads.
The master suite is located on the owners deck with its own private terrace offering a 180-degree panoramic view, salon and office. Also on this deck is a new VIP cabin. On the main deck is located a large VIP double-length suite and below, six doubles and a twin. All cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and ensuite marble bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for 24 crew.
The interior living areas are numerous including two saloons, an observation lounge, two formal dining areas and a breakfast bar gallery for informal snacks. Each area is cleverly divided up into cosy rooms, creating an intimate, welcoming atmosphere.
Al fresco dining areas are situated on the sun deck, bridge and upper decks, meaning that guests can dine in a different place outdoors every day of the week.
Extra features include a guest elevator, spa with hydromassage, gymnasium a brand new beach club with bar and a very large sundeck with pool and touch and go helipad.
Twin Caterpillar diesel engines give her a range of 7,000 nautical miles at 10.5 knots and she is fitted with 4 Quantum stabilisers.
Boadicea is now asking €38,500,000.
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