75m 246 ft | 1992 / 2020 | 20 Guests | 10 Cabins | 26 Crew
Designed by Claus Kusch and built at Peene-Werft, LEANDER G was one of the largest and most impressive yachts in the world when launched. She quickly established a reputation for her unrivalled standards, so much so that she was used as a royal yacht by HM The Queen and HRH The Prince of Wales.
With a maintenance programme that has seen over €25million invested in her upkeep under her current ownership, she remains in pristine condition to this day.
Both the 25 year and intermediary Lloyd’s surveys were completed in 2019, along with a complete overhaul of the main engines. While considerable upgrades to guest, crew and mechanical systems and a full repaint were carried out in 2018.
The traditional interior, designed by Pauline Nunns, creates a relaxing and homely atmosphere, while appearing elegant and regal. Her endless space for entertaining, from the piano lounge and observation terrace, to the pool deck bar and magnificent dining salon, makes her ideal for intimate soirees or larger parties.
When privately used, LEANDER G can welcome up to 20 guests across 10 comfortable cabins, including two owner suites with adjoining office and lounge areas. While three double cabins and three twin cabins can be found on the lower deck. A further two “staff” cabins can also be found adjacent to the owner’s lounge.
For health and wellness enthusiasts, there is no need to forget about your fitness regime while on board. With a large swimming pool and fully-equipped gym, Leander G has all amenities to feel at home.
AT A GLANCE
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|Length||75m 246 ft|
|Beam||12.80m 42 ft|
|Draft||4.50m 15 ft|
|Exterior designer||Kusch Yachts|
|interior designers||Heinz Vollers, Katalin Landon, Pauline Nunns|
|Year||1992 | 2020 REFITTED|
|Engines||2 x Deutz|
|Cruising speed||15 Knots|
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