€88,000 per week
|Length overall||34.7 m|
|Engines||2 x Diesel MTU 12V 2000 M60|
|Maximum speed (at half load)||13.0 kn|
|Cruising speed (at half load)||10.0 kn|
|Gross Tonnage||313.0 GRT|
|Exterior styling & concept||Rene Van Der Velden|
BELUGA is a custom built Moonen explorer-style motor yacht built in 2006 and last refitted in 2011. She was built as a go-anywhere yacht with 4,000 nm range, a robust elegant style, a wide beam, and therefore unusually large volume for her length.
BELUGA’s interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 5 staterooms, including a master suite, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins and 2 pullman beds.
On the main deck aft, a spacious area is ideal for al fresco dining and cocktails. The main salon table accommodates formal dining evenings in an elegant atmosphere. A powder room in the main foyer leads to the full beam Master Cabin and its private office.
On the sundeck, a 4-pax Jacuzzi, wet bar, exercise area, dining table for 6 to 8 guests, and sun lounging pads create the ultimate relaxing space. Climb up the monkey island or “grand crow’s nest”: the ideal place for whale watching, reef spotting, or enjoying a champagne sunset
BELUGA carries up to 6 crew onboard, led by experienced Captain Bob Nabal. Bob is originally from South Africa. He grew up in a surfing and fishing town, always trying to squeeze in a paddle whenever possible. Bob has cruised extensively in the Mediterranean and Caribbean before joining BELUGA in Italy. His previous yachts include 93ft Benetti ZEHAVA and 92ft Sunseeker BALTAZAR (Genoa Show 2013 - 2015). Bob sailed BELUGA all way around the world finishing in Port Douglas, Australia.
Timeless styling, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating feature throughout her living areas to create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere. BELUGA comprises of four impressive decks, providing privacy and numerous dining and lounging options.
BELUGA offers expedition style charters, private live-aboard charters, mother shipping in Far North Queensland for the annual heavy tackle marlin season, and joint fishing/diving/leisure trips.
MAIN DECK: Spacious aft deck for dining/ cocktails; main salon leads off the aft deck; dining table for 12 guests is midship; powder room on the main deck foyer; Forward on the main deck is the master’s suite with private office. The suite spreads full beam to ensure privacy. There is plentiful wardrobe space and a large bathroom with bathtub, double shower and underfloor heating.
LOWER DECK: Four guest staterooms, 2 double and 2 twins each with pullman. All cabins have plentiful storage space and bathrooms with underfloor heating.
BRIDGE DECK: The sky lounge connects through a sliding glass door to the glass-enclosable upperdeck with overhead heaters. The wheelhouse includes a settee for viewing the great outdoors.
SUNDECK: Jacuzzi, wet bar, exercise equipment, dining table, sun lounging pads
Monkey Island or “grand crow’s nest”: Ideal place for whale watching, reef spotting, or enjoying a champagne sunset.