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ILONA

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2003

Top Speed 19kts
Cruise Speed 15kts
Range 6000nm
Beam 12.1m
Guests 20
Crew 28
Built for Australian businessman Frank Lowy, an experienced yachtsman who has circumnavigated the world four times, Ilona set new standards for elegance, technology and innovation when launched in 2003. Within her stylish mahogany-lined interior, designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon, a lift connects her five decks, which incorporate a large owner’s suite, accommodation for up to 18 guests in six cabins, and a 14-seat cinema.

The yacht has four active-fin stabilisers and a battery of 65 underwater lights, but perhaps her most notable feature is the full support that she can provide for her permanently embarked helicopter. Stowed within the protection of a fully enclosed hangar located beneath her aft deck, the aircraft is raised to the aft deck helicopter pad by a lift. Lloyd’s classified and fully MCA compliant, Ilona is manned by 28 crew and staff.

Overview

  • Name: ILONA
  • Previous Names: ILONA
  • Yacht Type: Motor Yacht
  • Yacht Subtype: Displacement
  • Builder: Amels
  • Naval Architect: Amels
  • Exterior Designer: RWD
  • Interior Designer: RWD
  • Refits: 2014, 2016, 2018

Few men who come to the islands leave them; they grow grey where they alighted; the palm shades and the trade-wind fans them till they die, perhaps cherishing to the last the fancy of a visit home, which is rarely made, more rarely enjoyed, and yet more rarely repeated.

No part of the world exerts the same attractive power upon the visitor, and the task before me is to communicate to fireside travellers some sense of its seduction.

The first experience can never be repeated. The first love, the first sunrise, the first South Sea island, are memories apart and touched a virginity of sense.

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