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The Al Salamah Yacht is often referred to as Mipos, the code name used during the construction of this most secret of yachts. Mipos was short for ‘Mission Possible’, a statement proved correct by her delivery in 1999.

She has a length of 139.29 metres, a massive beam of 23.50 metres, and is reported to have a top speed of 21.5 knots. Both the interior design and the exterior styling are by the London-based Terence Disdale Design. Al Salamah Yacht was owned by the late Sultan bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, who also owned 147 metre Prince Abdulaziz. She was refitted by Lürssen in 2007 and is rumoured to carry a hospital room with an underwater treadmill for physical therapyon board.

Al Salamah Yacht can accommodate 40 guests in 22 cabins and has a crew of 94. And can accommodate an additional staff of 56, totalling the total crew at 150

he has a total of 12,000 sqm (130,000 sq ft)  of floor space. She is powered by MTU engines. Her top speed is 21 knots. Her cruising speed is 17 knots. Her range is more than 5.000nm


Al Salamah yacht

yacht Al Salamah

Al Salamah Yacht

Yacht Al Salamah interior

Al Salamah Yacht

Full Specifications

Name: Al Salamah
Length: 139 m (457 ft)
Guests: 40 in 22 cabins
Crew: 134 in 60 cabins
Builder: Lurssen
Designer: Terence Disdale
Interior Designer: Terence Disdale
Year: 1999
Speed: 21 knots
Engines: MTU
Volume: 12,234 ton
IMO: 1007043
Price: US$ 280 million
Annual Running Cost: US$ 15 – 28 million
Owner: Crown Prince of Bahrain

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