The Queen Mavia was built by Oceanco in 2001. She is designed by Richard Hein / Oceanco. The yacht was built as Lady Christine for Lord Irvine Laidlaw.
The yacht is powered by Caterpillar engines. Her max speed is 16 knots. She has a range of more than 3000 nm.
The yacht can accommodate 10 guests and a crew of 10. The yacht’s interior combines fine mahogany, elm burl moldings and decorative panels. The sky lounge is finished in contrasting white-limed oak for a bright ambiance.
The master bathroom is fitted out with Pakistan onyx combined with glass backing. The guest bathrooms feature yellow Egyptian marble, Breccian Pernice and Fiore de Pesca.
The yacht’s owner is Saeed Bin Jabr al Suwaidi. The yacht was built for Lord Irvine Laidlaw.
Lord Irvine Laidlaw
Irvine Laidlaw or Baron Laidlaw is a Scottish businessman and a former member of the House of Lords.
Laidlaw Laidlaw turned a small US publishing company bought in 1973 into the Institute for International Research (IIR). The world’s largest conference organizer. It is known for organizing the Monaco Yacht Show. He sold his company in 2005 for approx USD 1 billion. He now owns the Feadship Lady Christine.
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The boat is not available for yacht charter. And the yacht is not listed for sale.
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