The yacht was built by Hakvoort in 2021 as Project YN251. The superyacht is designed by Sinot Yacht Design.
She is powered by Caterpillar engines, which bring a top speed of 16 knots.
Top Five II can accommodate 12 guests and has a crew of 18.
Photo by Dutch Yachting.
The yacht’s owner is Terry Pegula. He named the yacht after his 5 children.
He used to own 48 meter Christensen with the same name. She was sold and is now named Mi Amore. Mi Amore was built by Christensen Shipyards in 2005.
It was built as Liquidity for Henry Luken. He is the founder of Luken Communications. In that period Luken also owned Christensen Shipyards.
Later she was purchased by John Rosatti. Who named her Nice N Easy. In 2010 Rosatti sold her to Pegula who named her Top Five. The luxury yacht can accommodate 12 guests and a crew of nine.
The Top Five yacht is powered by two MTU engines. Which bring her a top speed of 17.5 knots. The interior of the superyacht Top Five is designed by Carol Williamson & Associates Ltd.
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The boat is not available for yacht charter. But she is listed for sale, asking US$ 18 million. Pegula is building a new yacht in the Netherlands. Do you know more about this project? Please do send us a message.
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SuperYacht Top Five Interior Photos
These are interior photos of Terry Pegula’s previous yacht Top Five, now named Mi Amore. The yacht’s interior is designed by Carol Williamson & Associates Ltd.