Boadicea 5

The Boadicea, a 76.6 metre, 8-cabin superyacht on sale for €38.5 million is the latest regal addition to the already illustrious line-up of boats at Vittoriosa Marina.

Spotted casting anchor, the vessel, which can be chartered for €525,000 a week, houses such amenities as a master suite with a private terrace offering a 180-degree panoramic view, a salon and an office.

Additionally, the interior living area features two saloons, an observational lounge, two formal dining areas and a breakfast bar gallery for informal snacks. 

Boadicea interior/ Image by Boat International

Extra features include a guest elevator, spa gymnasium, beach club (with bar, pool and sundeck), and a helipad. 

Boadicea at sea/ Image by Boat International

Built in 1999 by Amels, the yacht was owned by late Australian media mogul Reg Grundy who was perhaps best known for his company’s production of popular soap opera Neighbours. 

Mr Grundy, who passed in 2016, left behind nearly $900 million (€767 million) in assets, according to media reports at the time. 

The presence of the luxury vessel in Malta is unsurprising when considering the strength of Malta’s maritime registry. While this particular vessel is registered in the Caymans, Malta continues to attract super yachts on the strength of its thriving eco-system.

As of 2020, the Malta Shipping Registry ranked first worldwide for the number of superyachts registered, with over 850 vessels qualifying for that category.

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