Luxurious Maltese Falcon superyacht goes on sale for $138 million
There has been an incessant increase in the count and fame of large private luxury yachts over the last two decades. If you are in the market to get yourself a luxurious, big yacht this summer, global online luxury marketplace JamesList is offering the 289-ft. Maltese Falcon for a cool €99 million (US $138 million). Built by Italian Perini Navi Yachts for American millionaire Tom Perkins in 2006, the Maltese Falcon is the world’s largest and fastest personal sailboat controlled by its three gigantic 57-meter-tall free-standing masts. The credit for its record shattering speeds goes to the DynaRig under its hood. The Maltese Falcon is the epitome of technological advancement and design. The yacht is equipped with a fiber-optic sensor system to keep track of wind speed and force for impeccable sailing. The stunning yacht, which is a perfect blend of design and technology, has earlier had an “Atlantic crossings in 10 days” offer.
The interior is simply luxurious with a rich contemporary décor. Offering all the lavish amenities of a large luxury motor yacht, the Maltese Falcon has five ultra opulent staterooms that can entertain 12 guests. The open main deck has a main saloon, a cockpit, a nice dining area and two separate studio areas. The owner’s cabin is on the upper deck and features a private cockpit, a protected sunbathing area and direct access to the magnificent wheelhouse.
The master suite on the lower deck has a bedroom, sitting area and two bathrooms, one with a huge shower and the other with a Jacuzzi tub. The main saloon and the master suite are equipped with a 50-inch plasma TV. All the four guest suites feature 42-inch plasma screens. There is a full beam Master with King berth, a separate full beam dressing room and private gym on the lower deck.
The luxurious Maltese Falcon superyacht was listed at €115 million last year, so it’s comparatively being offered for a very reasonable price this time. Considering the fact that the yacht cost $100 million to build, the asking price of $138 million seems really logical.