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Princess Mariana - 258' Royal Denship 2003

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  1. techmati

    techmati Senior Member

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    Basic Particulars
    PRINCESS MARIANA
    IMO 1007794
    Flag : Cayman Islands
    Call Sign : ZCND3
    MMSI : 319 961000
    Owner : North Star Marine, Isle of Man

    Construction
    Built : Dec/2003
    Builder : Royal Denship / Danyard A/S Frederikshavn, Denmark
    Classification : LR
    Class Notations : +100A1 SSC, +LMC, UMS
    Hull : Steel/Aluminium
    Superstructure : Composite

    Dimensions
    LOA : 76.90 m
    Beam : 12.90 m
    Draft : 3.75 m

    Propulsion
    Main Engines : 2 x Deutz V12M SB 628
    Speed : 17/18 Knots

    Helicopter
    Eurocopter EC 130B4

    Design
    Naval Architect : Espen Oeino
    Interior Designer : Francois Zuretti

    Subcontractors

    Project Management - Jonathan McDonnel http://www.jmdconsultants.com/
    Interiors, Deck 900m2 x 30mm thickness & Caprail 130 running meters - Scandinavian Yacht Interiors http://www.syi.dk
    Testing and Design Consulting - Force Technology http://www.force.dk

    Contact

    Royal Denship A/S
    Dalgas Avenue 42
    8000 Aarhus C
    Denmark
    Tel.: + 45 86 11 73 53
    Fax: + 45 86 11 74 53
    Web : http://www.royaldenship.com/
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    a pic - number 1

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    another pic - number 2

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    doesnt look like an expedition yacht, looks like bling bling bling, there is a LOT of money in communications.

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    another pic - number 4

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    i might be able to afford the tender

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    another pic - number 6

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    big......very big

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    welcome aboard...or maybe not.....

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    last one......nice? i saw that mast as i came round the road and thought jeez that is pretty high. anyway she is very nice Espen Oeino is doing a very good job. but i am not doing such a good job cos still learning this new camera....anyway open the discussions. large pics on my site tomorrow afternoon.

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  11. YachtForums

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    That tender is somewhat unique... it's unusual to see a sport deck boat with an island center console (atleast in America!). Sport decks generally have the helm mounted to the dash. Interesting config...
  12. techmati

    techmati Senior Member

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    i have seen many in RIBs here in Greece. RIBs are selling like crazy here these days. dont know about tenders though. maybe they have forward luggage compartment or something
  13. AMG

    AMG YF Moderator

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    The tender is a Monte Carlo Offshorer 32. They came out in the mid 70:s as 27-footers and the 30´ is the most common, especially around Monaco.

    It was the first twin stepped deep-V I can remember, goes well in the choppy afternoon sea between Monaco and St Tropez... :cool:

    Edit; It is actually the older 30´, maybe the extended 32 with it´s softer shaped transom was too long for the storage?
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    Great Post!

    Before this thread gets too far along in discussion, I just want to say THANK YOU Techmati! Good stats, great pics. :)
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    techmati Senior Member

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    thanks Carl. i am thinking that this summer is going to be great for spotting. lots of charter, some interesting big visitors in the med. so get your cameras ready guys.

    anyway, nothing would please me more than seeing some lurkers post on this thread. cmon guys dont be afraid. please post, this thread is open.
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  16. LanaLane

    LanaLane New Member

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    Princess Mariana is owned Carlos Peralta. He named his yacht after his
    lovely wife Mariana. Carlos owned one of the largest telecom companies
    in Mexico, IUSACELL. Because I built cellular towers in Latin America,
    Mexico and the Caribbean, we came to know each other through business
    and have remained friends. I joined him for dinner aboard Mariana in the BVI's a couple of months ago. Royal Denships work is impressive. I'm looking closely at the yards for my next build. Thanks for the pictures. Keep up the good work!
  17. AMG

    AMG YF Moderator

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    Royal Denship is a sales and marketing company in cooperation with six shipyards around Denmark. Princess Mariana was built at Danyard in Aalborg A/S and the most interesting to me is the combination of steel and aluminium in the hull and GRP composite in the superstructure.
  18. techmati

    techmati Senior Member

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    thanks LanaLane, i hope your next build is a great success.
  19. Nielubie

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    I have been looking at all the yacht photos on this site and i think this is my favorite. I found it on google and it took me to this site.

    Does anyone know what the sale price was on this baby? Also is the Mexican CEO still the owner? I read somewhere on another site that an Arab owns this beauty these days.

    Does anyone have any other photos and views of this yacht? I saw all of techmati's photos are they were great, just can't get enough of this one.
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    Greetings all,
    I remember seeing this fantastic yaught when I was in Venice a few years back, just a week or so before the film festival. What an amazing sight she is.

    This is the only photo I have to hand, I'll see if I can find the others to post later.


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