Liguria Nautica’s hunt for megayachts never stops, and after our exclusive gallery dedicated to the Ariadna, photographed at the Nuova Darsena in Genova, now it’s the megayacht, Tanusha’s turn. Walking in Portofino we saw, by chance, this beauty of the seas, a true giant overshadowing the little square in the Ligurian seaside town. How could we not share this beauty with our readers?

Megayacht Tanusha in Portofino

The megayacht Tanusha is 65 metres long and over 12 metres wide. It was completely built in Holland in the Feadship shipyards and was launched in 2009. The architect, De Voogt, personally worked on the creating of this marvel. Denn Clifford, instead, created the exterior design, while the French company, Zuretti, designed the interior, curating every detail.

In the last month, the Tanusha has been travelling between Liguria and the Cote d’Azur, touring the most important marinas of the area. On 24 March, the vessel was seen in Cannes, where it docked for nearly a month. Then, a few days ago, it left for Saint- Tropez, a brief stopover there, then back to sea for Monaco. The Tanusha has been in Portofino for two days – who knows how long it will stay along the Ligurian coast?  In the meantime, let’s look at its technical specifications.

Megayacht Tanusha: Technical Specifications

Shipyard: FeadShip Royal Dutch Shipyards

Flag: Cayman Islands

Year Launched: 2009

Number of Cabins: 8

Guests: 12

Crew: 24

Length: 65 meters

Width: 12.3 meters

Maximum Depth: 3.65 meters

Fuel Storage Capacity: 160000 liters

Water Storage Capacity: 47500 liters

Engines: MTU – 16V 4000 M60

Number of Engines: 2

Cruising Speed: 12 knots

Maximum Speed: 16 knots

Material: Aluminium and steel

naval Architect: De Voogt

Exterior Designer: Denn Cliffor Design

Interior Designer: Zuretti Interior Design

 

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Paolo Bellosta

 

10 May 2016