Beluga C

The BELUGA C yacht was built in Tokyo, Japan by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Ind. in 1968 and is 45.65 metres long. It is part of a three unique yacht family consisting of ANEMOS, the twin yacht, and PALOMA, the older brother measuring 60.25 metres long. Like its twin, the interior of Beluga C was designed by the late Jon Bannenber, one of the greatest yacht designers in the world. After it was built in 1968 it underwent refurbishment mostly to make it more comfortable, sophisticated and modern. The end result is a yacht with a classical look which has kept intact all the charm and elegance of its past, renovated by a truly sophisticated setting. Each cabin has its own private bathroom, air conditioning, television, audio and network systems. When sailing you can sunbathe or relax in the shade on the upper deck and enjoy all the comforts a mega luxury yacht has to offer. The yacht is fitted out to give maximum comfort and enjoyment: 2 water scooters, 2 tenders, 1 inflatable dinghy, water skiing, complete snorkelling equipment, television, computer, internet and sky connections/systems, Bose audio and Ipod systems, inflatable water games, kayaks, videogames (play station, xbox…).

Length: 45,64 mt
Breadth: 8 mt
Flag: Maltese
Builder: Tokio – Ishikawajima / harima Heavy Ind. 1968
Engines:2 General Motors mod. 12v 71n
Cruising speed: 12 nodi
Guests: 10
Crew: Skipper, chef, mechanic, barman, sailors and hostess
Marine basePorto Cervo
Internet connection: free