Motor Yacht Arctic P
Arctic P (formerly Arctic) is a 87.58m motor yacht, custom built in 1969 by Schichau Unterwesser in Bremerhaven ( Germany ). She was last refitted in 2015.
Arctic P yacht has a steel hull with a steel superstructure with a beam of 14.73m (48’3″ft) and a 7.30m (23’11″ft) draft .This custom yacht features bow thrusters to assist manoeuvrability at low speeds.
Performance + Capabilities
Arctic P has a cruising speed of 20.00 knots, max speed of 22.00 knots and a range of 20000.00 nm. from her 1,400,000.00l. fuel tanks.
Arctic P Accommodation
Arctic P offers accommodation for up to 12 guests . She is also capable of carrying up to 25 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
Arctic P is currently not available for Charter
The extensive seven-month 2015 refit of Arctic P has given the 88 metre explorer yacht some luxurious new amenities.
The most significant change is the redesigned beach club, where a swimming pool, Jacuzzi and dining table have been installed to make the area the yacht’s new entertainment hub.
Then at the touch of a button, the glass bottom of the swimming pool and the teak bottom of the Jacuzzi will lower into the deck and the empty spaces will be filled with water. Meanwhile, the dining table on the opposite side of the beach club rises from the deck. The entire transformation takes no more than five minutes.
The refit of Arctic P was carried out at the Navantia Shipyard in Cartagena, Spain, working with project managers MML.
”Working in partnership with Arctic P’s captain and crew over the years has enabled MML to fully understand their specific requirements for each refit or period in maintenance,” says Matt Liddell, MML technical manager.
While in for the refit, Arctic P also had a complete revamp of her bridge and engine control room. The galley of Arctic P was also updated.
Winning a Voyager’s Award during the World Superyacht Awards 2015.
Arctic P is the yacht to voyage the furthest south ever.