Anchored in Monaco and put up for sale for the first time
The sublime yacht, owned by a Saudi billionaire close to the royal family, is being offered for sale for the first time. Built in 1990, she is the height of technical prowess and exudes luxury.
She is part of the landscape of the port of Hercules, her home port, and does not go unnoticed. Proud of her 105-metre length and her name "Lady Moura" written in gold, the ninth largest yacht in the world is being sold for the first time at Campers & Nicholsons. For the handsome sum of 125 million US dollars.
Her owner, Saudi businessman and billionaire Nasser al-Rashid, who built her in 1990 as his main holiday residence, spared no expense. Lady Moura was then the most expensive and innovative private yacht in the world. It has since been surpassed, but it remains a mythical boat.