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230′ 7” / 70.26m • Lürssen2007/2016
IYC is thrilled to announce the sale of 230’ (70m) Lürssen SAINT NICOLAS in an in-house deal, with Head of Sales IYC UK Richard Gray representing the Seller, and IYC Sales Consultant of US Office Michael Rafferty, introducing the Buyer.A fully custom-built, she was the second hull in a mini-series of three 70-meter yachts designed by Espen Øino and built by Lürssen. With all the beauty and quality of her German engineering and finish, she is proven to perform under all weather conditions, radiating power and elegance. SAINT NICOLAS is a capacious yacht, offering ample interior and exterior space. Spanning six spacious decks, she epitomises indoor/outdoor living and is the perfect platform for relaxed family cruising and elegant entertaining. Standout features on board include her impressive 7’6″ (2.3m) minimum headroom throughout, an elevator from tank deck to pool deck, as well as a swimming pool with counter-current jets and a bar. The fundamental design of the interior embodies Zuretti’s signature style, showcasing the designer’s talent for understated yet intricate embellishments in elements like marquetry, engraved glass, and marble inlays. Zuretti also exhibits a strong preference for rare and distinctive materials, including parchment, palm, mother-of-pearl, shagreen, bamboo, and buffalo hide. The ambiance is opulent while maintaining a cozy atmosphere still, making the yacht perfect for voyages in both warm and cold climates.  SAINT NICOLAS redefines the concept of a family yacht. Featuring six double staterooms, two of which are equipped with bunk beds for children, along with a seventh stateroom for accommodating two staff members, she is a yacht designed to cater to year-round living and not solely for vacation getaways. With her impressive size and distinctive form, SAINT NICOLAS stands as a quintessential Lürssen classic.
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