Inside CREOLE Yacht • Camper & Nicholson • 1927 • Owners Alessandra and Allegra Gucci
The sailing yacht Creole was built by Camper & Nicholson in 1927. She is designed by Charles E. Nicholson.
Creole was built for Alexander Smith Cochran ( 1874 -1929), who named her ‘Vira’.
She was the largest yacht C&N had ever constructed. Cochran had inherited the Alexander Smith & Sons Carpet mills of Yonkers, which by 1929 was the largest carpet manufacturer in the world.
The sailing yacht is powered by MTU engines. Her max speed is 15 knots. Her cruising speed is 14 knots. She has a range of more than 3000 nm.
The luxury yacht can accommodate 11 guests and a crew of 15.
The yacht’s owners are Alessandra and Allegra Gucci. They are the daughters of Maurizio Gucci.
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The yacht’s interior is designed by Ing. Russo.