Former Spanish royal superyacht Foners for sale with Arrival Yachts
by Malcolm MacLean
Formerly called Fortuna and known the world over as the King of Spain's royal yacht, the 41.5m motor yacht Foners is now for sale with Nigel Wales at Arrival Yachts.
Built by Spain's Astilleros Bazan yard to DNV class and designed to achieve speeds in excess of 65 knots, she was launched in 2000. Her machinery space is divided into three compartments separated by two water tight bulkheads and contains two 1,280hp MAN engines and three Rolls Royce 6,700hp gas turbines driving three KaMeWa water jets. Her top speed is 68 knots and she has a range of 1,800 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Her interior is in gloss sycamore wood throughout with stitched tan leather detailing. The main saloon is extensive and has settees, occasional chairs and tables, a 46 inch television/entertainment centre and a formal dining area. Accommodation is for eight guests in a four stateroom layout including a lavish master suite, VIP stateroom and two twins. All staterooms have en suite bathroom facilities. A noteworthy fact is that the superstructure is lined with Aramid fibre for the express purpose of making it bullet proof.
Lying in Port Adriano, Mallorca, Spain, Foners' price is available on application. For more information contact: