Mega Yacht Returns to Blohm + Voss

Monday, October 13, 2003
The LADY MOURA returned to Blohm + Voss on October 8 for maintenance and conservation work. The 344-ft. (105 m) long white mega yacht will undergo a facelift in its roofed-over floating dock. The LADY MOURA, built at Blohm + Voss in 1990, will be returning to her yard for the third time, following visits in 1992 and 1997. The owner and captain of the LADY MOURA The LADY MOURA has sufficient tank capacity to undertake transatlantic voyages. The crew quarters, fitted to top hotel standard, can accommodate as many as 61 crew members. And, of course, a high-tech yacht of this type has an exquisitely designed owner and guest area.
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