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Luxury yacht Al Salamah was built for Prince Sultan Al Saud. Prince Sultan bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud was the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia at the time of his death. He served as the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Aviation. He was one of the Sudairi Seven. Sultan was first in the Saudi line of succession until his death. Al Salamah was ordered in 1998, by the German shipbuilding company HDW, in Kiel, Germany, but was finished at the Lürssen ship-yard in Bremen. The project carried the name Mipos " Mission possible". Al Salamah can accommodate 40 guests in 22 cabins and has a crew of 94, and can accommodate an additional staff of 56, totaling the total crew at 150. She has a total of 12,000 sqm (130,000 sq ft) of floor space. Some of her special features include a car garage, three hospitals (one of the the owner, one for guests and one for the crew), a hair dressing salon, a secretary office, five galleys (the main galley, a bakery, a crew galley, an owners diet galley and an Arab galley) and a dedicated dressing room for artists. In 2013 superyacht Al Salamah was put for sale with an asking price of USD 280 million. Later she was de-listed and transferred as a gift to the Crown Prince of Bahrain. The yacht Al Salamah is not available for charter.
Yacht Al Salamah, owned by the Crown Prince of Bahrain
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