The luxury yacht Hampshire II was built by Royal van Lent. She was delivered to her owner in 2012. The 78-meter Feadship was designed by Redman Whitely Dixon. Hampshire features a classic, mahogany-paneled interior. In 2018 her hull was painted Dark Blue.
The luxury yacht is powered by 2 MTU engines. The engines bring her a max speed of 16 knots. Her cruising speed is 12 knots.
A company controlled by Ratcliffe paid EUR 130.707.252 for the Feadship yacht. The original contract price was EUR 121 million. With EUR 10 million in design fees and costs. The company later sold the yacht to Ratcliffe for EUR 122.740.718.
She has a beach club, and a helicopter de. The deck can be converted to a playing field for ball games. Guests can zip wire from the crow’s nest down to the sea.
The Hampshire II also boasts a plush bar on the upper deck. While a wine cellar below has an underwater sea viewing area.
She can accommodate 14 guests and a crew of 23.
Where does the name Hampshire refer to?
The yacht was named after Hampshire. It is the largest county in South East England. And the third largest shire county in the United Kingdom.
Hampshire’s county town is Winchester. A historic city that was once the capital of the ancient kingdom of Wessex and of England.
In June 2016 she visited Belfast, the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland.
Her owner is billionaire Jim Ratcliffe. He also owns the yacht Sherpa.
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