The Motor Yacht Bleu de Nîmes is a fabulous expedition superyacht offering her guests all the luxury and finesse you would expect from a megayacht. Beautifully finished and splendidly decorated, she radiates the ultimate in comfort combined with that rare quality of a welcoming personality.

Superyacht Bleu de Nimes Specifications

Bleu de Nimes, former Lodestone, is a magnificent motor yacht, with a superstructure and hull made of steel, of over 72 meters. She was built in the UK by Clelands shipyard. She was originally built as a warship and after several refit work and a 16m extension added, the ship Bleu de Nimes was turned into a proper Superyacht. The style and the exterior lines were preserved during the transformation. For the interior, they called upon the original designer to ensure that the traditional aesthetic of the Bleu de Nimes was preserved.

The architecture was developed by Admiralty and Penta Ned. The magnificent interiors were designed by Vittorio Cerruti.

The final result is a magnificent superyacht with luxurious woodwork and parquet floors, and cream-colored furniture for a soothing atmosphere.

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The Bleu de Nimes ship rebuild

As listed above, she has a wide range of luxurious amenities, including an elevator that provides easy access to all 6 decks. A helipad also allows you to arrive in style on the upper deck and directly access the outdoor bar and lounge.

Bleu de Nimes can accommodate up to 18 guests with 21 experienced crew members and all amenities for a luxurious experience. She is equipped with satellite communication, a sauna, a massage room, a fitness room, a cinema, 2 jacuzzis and a large number of water toys.

In many refits, you’ve probably heard stories of rusty steel and hidden damage. Bleu de Nimes is the exception, her hull and superstructure were in fantastic condition. Their steel is of the best quality in the world.

Bleu de Nimes is not a passing passion project, for its owner it is a love story that has lasted 20 years. Thanks to its last renovation, the ship was transformed into a Superyacht, able to offer luxurious services in the most remote corners of the world.

Bleu de Nimes is available for charter and for sale

Bleu de Nimes is currently for charter at 430 000€ per week + expenses, and for sale for sale at 47 000 000€.

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