Gorgeous and Powerful Sycara V Luxury Motor Yacht
Massive, luxurious and extremely powerful, the Sycara V Luxury Motor Yacht might just be one of the most extraordinary superyachts in the world. This extraordinary vessel was built in 2010 by a shipyard called Nobiskrug, whose experts designed almost all aspects from the exterior layout to the powertrain, while the interior arrangements were sketched out by a firm called Pure Design & Craig Beale. The Sycara V measures 223 feet from bow to stern, which means it can accommodate a multitude of guests in its various multi-cabins, 5 staterooms and lavish owner’s cabin.
Because of its gigantic size and generous living arrangements, the yacht’s decks had to be connected via an elevator in order to ensure fast and easy access to all facilities and accommodation options. Those fortunate enough to spend some time on this luxurious vessel would benefit from great relaxation and entertainment opportunities. For example, one could enjoy a cool drink and a refreshing massage on the sun deck before visiting the gym and burning some extra calories. The sun deck also flaunts a Jacuzzi, while the main deck features a cozy dining area and a library. The lower deck includes 5 cabins, some featuring extra Pullmans, providing great accommodation facilities for families and children.
Power-wise, the Sycara V comes equipped with two Caterpillar 3516 diesel engines that are able to dish out 2,200 horsepower each, propelling the yacht to a top speed of 17 knots, while the cruising speed is 14 knots. Moreover, the vessel boasts a range of 7,000 nautical miles at 10 knots thanks to its massive fuel capacity of 49,994 gallons. With a sturdy, steel hull and aluminum superstructure, this majestic superyacht is just as impressive on the outside as it is on the inside. Thanks to its extensive array of luxurious amenities and generous size, it is no wonder that the Sycara V Luxury Motor Yacht won the Boat International Media’s World Superyacht Award in 2011.
If you are thinking about chartering or renting this vessel, you can do so from Monaco, France or Italy for $740,000 a week. You can also purchase this incredible superyacht for yourself, provided you can come up with the $98 million asking price.