After Prince Sultan bin Abdul Azziz’s death, the yacht was put for sale for US$ 280 million.
Later the Al Salamah was de-listed and was gifted to Prince Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince of Bahrain.
At the time of its construction, it was the third largest motor yacht in the world.The Yacht is strictly for private use.
Amongst the largest luxury yachts in the world, AL SALAMAH superyacht was launched in 1999 by the prestigious Lurssen shipyard in Germany featuring impressive eight decks in total. Constructed under the project name Mipos , standing for Mission Possible, mega yacht Al Salamah measures 139 metres in LOA. Her naval architecture was created by Lurssen with exterior and interior design by the respected Terence Disdale Design studio. She was refitted by Lurssen in 2006.
Al Salamah’s elegant and luxurious interior by Terence Disdale Design accommodates up to 40 guests in 22 cabins. The accommodation layout includes four Owner staterooms, ten VIP staterooms and eight guest cabins. The Owners’ staterooms are situated on the 7th deck together with the Owner’s hospital, office, gymnasium, hairdressing, lounge, secretary office and two staff rooms. The VIP dining and lounge, the VIP suites and the guests cabins can all be found on the 6th deck.
Guests and the yacht are services by a crew of 94 highly skilled professionals with accommodation in 37 crew cabins. Furthermore, the staff includes 59 people accommodated in 23 cabins. With a length of 139.30 metres, the vessel also features an amazing beam of 23.50 metres and a draft of 5 metres.
Al Salamah yacht is a displacement motor yacht, powered by two 8770 hp MTU diesel engines capable of reaching a top speed of 21.5 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots. She was constructed with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure to the Germanischer Lloyd AG standards.
To keep her guests entertained, relaxed and comfortable, mega yacht AL SALAMAH features a cinema, a library, a business centre, a fully equipped onboard hospital, two full-time beauticians, a gymnasium as well as a spa. She also boasts four tenders and one rescue boat.
Her large main saloon welcomes her guests with beautiful cream coloured and comfortable sofas, as well as large windows providing for an airy, light feeling. There is also a large conference room suitable for business meetings and special gatherings. She has an excellent set up for al fresco dining and outdoor entertainment. Amongst additional important features belong her helipad situated on the eighth deck, together with a sun-deck and a tent area.
Al Salamah accommodates up to 40 guests in 22 cabins.