Currently listed for sale with Burgess, the yacht will be on display at anchor as the show gets underway in Port Hercules later this week.
Delivered in 2002, Carinthia VII was commissioned by Heidi Horten, the widow of department store owner Helmut Horten, and was the seventh yacht in a line of superyachts named Carinthia.
Designed inside and out by Tim Heywood, Carinthia VII features an eye-catching deep blue hull colour, which the makers Awlgrip later began marketing as “Carinthia Blue”.
Spread across six decks, the superyacht is powered by four 10,060hp MTU diesel engines for a top speed of over 25 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 22 knots.
The large 18.8 metre beam allows for huge living areas in the 3,643GT interior with accommodation for 14 guests in eight cabins. Elsewhere, the yacht features a lower deck spa with a gym, sauna, steam room and plunge pool.
Carinthia VII is listed for sale with Burgess with the price on application.