KAISER

  • ASKING PRICE
    €49,500,000 EUR
  • YEAR
    2011
  • STATEROOMS
    6
  • LOCATION
  • ENGINES
    Caterpillar 3616B DITA 1901hp
  • ENGINE HOURS
    5271
  • CRUISING SPEED
    14 Knots
  • MAX DRAFT
    3.5 M
  • BEAM
    11 M

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SPECIFICATIONS

PRICE
€49,500,000 EUR
BUILT/REFIT
2011
GT
1091
CRUSING/MAX SPEED
14 Knots / 16 Knots
ENGINES
Caterpillar 3616B DITA 1901hp 5271hrs
BUILDER
ABEKING & RASMUSSEN
TYPE
Motor Yacht
FLAG
Italy
CRUISE RANGE
3800
LENGTH
196' 11" (60m)
RANGE
3800
BEAM
11M
EXTERIOR DESIGNER
Donald Starkey Designs
DRAFT
3.5M
INTERIOR DESIGNER
Bannenberg & Rowell Design
CLASSIFICATION
Lloyd's
HULL
Steel

KAISER

DESCRIPTION

The 60-metre Kaiser was delivered in 2011 from Germany at their Lemwerder shipyard. She features a contemporary interior styled by English design house Bannenberg & Rowell who have penned her with rich materials and a just as rich color palette. Kaiser’s exterior design is the work of Donald Starkey Designs, a perfect example of yet another successful cooperation between the two highly accomplished teams. Kaiser has a warm and welcoming saloon with plenty of seating to comfortably accommodate her guests. Kaiser’s furniture and carpets have been designed in a palette of saturated colors, which is surprisingly balanced and an indispensable element of the vessel’s interior design. These are surrounded by a backdrop of indigenous West African Ovangkol hardwood paneling and a solid coffee table in the center. The forward end of the main saloon of Kaiser, is able to comfortably seat a group of 12 guests for a dining experience around a circular table. The designers have used a variety of different luxury materials, textures and patterns that give her interior and unique yet regal quality, she is able to comfortably sleep up to 12 guests across six luxurious staterooms. The master suite follows the signature style that can be seen throughout the yacht and includes an ensuite bathroom. Kaiser’s sky lounge offers a delightfully fresh take on the vessel’s Germanic style, offering space for private dining, watching TV and sitting at the indoor bar. As with every room onboard, integral comfort is key.

Kaiser features a grand sun deck that has been divided into several different areas. The forward is home to a private Jacuzzi, sunbathing pad and a large bar. Through a dumbwaiter directly connecting the sun deck and the galley, guests are easily tended upon by the crew. The aft area can be shaded by removable awning, providing shade to an enormous sun deck, where various sun loungers can be found.

The 60-metre Kaiser was delivered in 2011 from Germany at their Lemwerder shipyard. She features a contemporary interior styled by English design house Bannenberg & Rowell who have penned her with rich materials and a just as rich color palette. Kaiser’s exterior design is the work of Donald Starkey Designs, a perfect example of yet another successful cooperation between the two highly accomplished teams. Kaiser has a warm and welcoming saloon with plenty of seating to comfortably accommodate her guests. Kaiser’s furniture and carpets have been designed in a palette of saturated colors, which is surprisingly balanced and an indispensable element of the vessel’s interior design. These are surrounded by a backdrop of indigenous West African Ovangkol hardwood paneling and a solid coffee table in the center. The forward end of the main saloon of Kaiser, is able to comfortably seat a group of 12 guests for a dining experience around a circular table. The designers have used a variety of different luxury materials, textures and patterns that give her interior and unique yet regal quality, she is able to comfortably sleep up to 12 guests across six luxurious staterooms. The master suite follows the signature style that can be seen throughout the yacht and includes an ensuite bathroom. Kaiser’s sky lounge offers a delightfully fresh take on the vessel’s Germanic style, offering space for private dining, watching TV and sitting at the indoor bar. As with every room onboard, integral comfort is key.

Kaiser features a grand sun deck that has been divided into several different areas. The forward is home to a private Jacuzzi, sunbathing pad and a large bar. Through a dumbwaiter directly connecting the sun deck and the galley, guests are easily tended upon by the crew. The aft area can be shaded by removable awning, providing shade to an enormous sun deck, where various sun loungers can be found.