The luxury yacht Mayan Queen is a 92-meter motor yacht. It was built by Blohm & Voss and delivered to her owner in 2008. She replaced a 49-meter yacht built by Feadship, with the same name.
She is designed by Tim Heywood, while her interior is designed by Terence Disdale Designs. She can accommodate 16 guests and 24 crew.
Mayan Queen is powered by MAN diesel engines. The yacht has a cruiseing speed of 20 knots with a top speed of 22 knots. Her range is more than 4,500nm.
Not much is known about her interior and there are no interior photos available. We do know the VIP suite has an ‘invisible’ balcony.
A balcony platform slides out from the superstructure when needed, preserving the yacht’s sleek lines.
Travels all Around the World
Mayan Queen has visited destinations like London (2009), Honduras (2009), Sidney (2011), Auckland (2012) and Tallinn (2013). In May 2015 she was spotted in the Aegean Sea, near Rhodes. The beautiful pictures on this page are made by Ship Dreams.
The yacht’s owner was Mexican billionaire Alberto Bailleres. He passed away in February 2022, aged 90.
In the summer of 2018, a 20-year-old Instagram model named Sinead McNamara was found in a critical condition on board the Mexican billionaire yacht Mayan Queen. She was working as a crew member on board.
Unfortunately, she died on her way to the hospital. Authorities have launched an investigation on the cause of her death. Sinead McNamara, originally from New South Wales, regularly posted pictures of her travels to her Instagram account.
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The boat is not available for yacht charter. And the yacht is not listed for sale.
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