74.65m (244í11î) | 1992 Owned through sir donald gosling, who made his fortune developing vehicle parks on london bomb sites, leander changed into built in a former east german naval shipyard under the supervision of claus kusch. She changed into at first commissioned as a replacement for the yacht katalina (now astarte ii), which was owned by way of the canadian commander of the sultan of omanís armed forces.
The agreement was given to peene werft, a backyard with robust military connections and, for this reason, get right of entry to to the cutting-edge technology, and signed days after east and west germany were reunified. Displacing some 2,000 tonnes, leander continues to be taken into consideration one of the maximum fashionable and seaworthy superyachts in lifestyles. Her indoors, designed by using pauline nunns after the style of an english u . S . A . House, offers a duplex ownerís suite with a wide ranging lounge, and 7 guest cabins. Named after a royal military frigate on which her proprietor served, she is featured in the superyachts, volume 7. Builder: peene werft naval structure: kusch yachts indoors layout: pauline nunns