Many superyachts are referred to as “amazing”, “unimaginable” or “incredible”. But there is one 289-foot yacht that is difficult to describe even with such words.
This is an unusual yacht called Asean Lady! It has a distinctive asymmetrical body. And, believe me, this case attracts attention no less than the price of this miracle!
Asean Lady ideology
The yacht was designed by Ian Mitchell and built at the Chinese shipyard Pride Mega Yachts. It happened back in 2004.
Her unusual shape was inspired by the traditional multihull sailing vessel known as the proa. Made from bamboo, this multihull canoe has been used by the indigenous people of the South Pacific for centuries.
The Proa are renowned for their cruising range and stability. And these two qualities, apparently, were passed on to our today's guest.
The design, with all the external uncommonness, is very stable and reliable. Moreover, this yacht was able to survive the tsunami in Phuket (Thailand) in December 2004 with almost no damage.
The Asean Lady is not lacking in power. The yacht (it is impossible to call this creation a boat) is equipped with one Caterpillar diesel engine. This engine has a power output of 2000 hp. and powerful thrusters. Develops a maximum speed of 15 knots.
In addition, the vessel is equipped with a 600 hp retractable thruster. It can develop a speed of 7 more knots. In addition, the yacht can maneuver sideways. Moreover, both front and stern drives make it easy to dock.
What's inside the Asean Lady?
The Asean Lady was built specifically for tropical entertainment. The superyacht has a spacious, upscale interior with lots of windows.
The layout includes eight spacious cabins that can accommodate a total of 18 guests. The master suite is over 158 square meters and has a private balcony and study.
The yacht was previously owned by Vincent Tan. It is now listed for sale by the Raffles Yacht Group for € 30.5 million (approximately $ 34.4 million at current exchange rates).
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