This famous classic yacht was delivered from the Camper and Nicholsons shipyard to yachtsman William Lawrence Stephenson in 1937, earlier this year MALAHNE completed an extensive, 30-month restoration process at Pendennis Shipyard to return to her former glory, with all the added benefits of the latest technology.
Once globally renowned for hosting the world’s elite under the ownership of producer of Sam Spiegel, since the 1930’s she has also proved her world cruising capability and has even served in Dunkirk.
An authentic Art Deco style runs throughout her 50 metres, with original touches such as her 1930’s custom phone and special lighting features ensuring MALAHNE provides a timeless glamour to any charter vacation. Her Oliver Laws (Claridges, London) interior remains faithful to her history, with bespoke furniture and antique silver combining with light woods and traditional artworks to create a welcoming ambiance on board.
Zero Speed Stabilizers ensure the utmost comfort whilst travelling at anchor for all guests on board motor yacht MALAHNE, with accommodation for 9 guests in five cabins in a spacious layout of a master suite, two double staterooms, a twin cabin and a single cabin.
Able to reach a top speed of 15 knots, she travels at a cruising speed of 12.5 knots.
Highlights from her vast selection of water toys includes water-skis, wakeboards, a kneeboard and inflatable paddleboards. Her tenders include a particularly impressive 7.5m custom Cockwells high speed tender, carefully crafted in varnished mahogany.
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...proved her world cruising capability and has even served in Dunkirk.