Xanadu of London
Moonen 111".5"/34 m
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Port of Registry: London
|Summer Destinations: Thailand,Malaysia|
|Summer Rates: $70,000 to $75,000 per Week|
|Winter Destinations: Thailand,Myanmar,Malaysia|
|Winter Rates: $75,000 to $80,000 per Week|
|Summer Destinations: Thailand,Malaysia,Anambas Islands|
|Summer Rates: $75,000 to $75,000 per Week|
The 112-foot (34 m) XANADU OF LONDON has been fully refitted (2019-2020) to the highest of standards. Completely overhauled, resprayed, fitted with new teak decks and an upgrade of systems, she was relaunched the end of September 2020.
Her freshly updated interior and functional layout allow for sophisticated entertaining, socializing and dining.
XANADU OF LONDON showcases vibrant artwork, rich high-gloss woods and plush furnishings to create an elegant ambiance.
Uniquely, the yacht’s formal dining is located aft of the main salon, allowing diners fantastic views from the aft windows while enjoying dinner.
Welcoming eight guests, XANADU OF LONDON offers four luxurious staterooms. Her full-beam, main-deck master suite is fitted with a skylight to dazzle stargazers, and includes a king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with gold-plated fixtures, and a private office with an optional sofa bed for a 9th adult or child guest. The stately yacht’s VIP and additional two double staterooms, are located on the lower deck, and complete with their own en-suite bathrooms.
Motor yacht XANADU OF LONDON’s flybridge provides space for relaxing with family and friends. Complete with a bar, barbeque, sun pads, alfresco dining and sensational views of your cruising destination, everyone will enjoy time spent on deck.
To further unwind, XANADU OF LONDON features a sauna on the lower deck, providing leisurely relaxation.
Ensuring comfortable cruising, XANADU OF LONDON is equipped with Naiad Zero Speed stabilizers.
XANADU OF LONDON's cruising locations in SE Asia include Thailand, Malaysia and Myanmar.
LOA: 111' 6" (34.00 Meters)
Refit Year: 2020
Beam: 24' 11"
Draft Max: 7' 5"
Double Berths: 2
Queen Berths: 1
King Berths: 1
Full Beam Master: Yes
On Deck Master: Yes
Crew Cabins: 4
Crew Sleeps: 8
Crew Mess: 1
Maximum Speed: 13 Knots
Cruise Speed: 11 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Steel
Air Conditioning: Yes
Stabilizers: Zero Speed
Fuel Tank: 8717.68 Gallons (33000 Liters)
Fresh Water: 1584.91 Gallons (5999.53 Liters)
Gross Tonnage: 248
Displacement: 210 tonnes
Designer: F. Neubelt
Exterior Color: White
Max Passengers: 8
Northrop & Johnson’s Australian-born Sales Broker Jim Poulsen calls Phuket, Thailand, his home. He has been actively working in the international marine brokerage and dealership industry since 2004.
Jim spent his teens and early 20s racing yachts on the Australian east-coast circuit. He then decided to turn his passion for yachting and multihull racing into a career. He was fortunate enough to generate a portion of his sea time in the Whitsundays — part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park — which is a naturally beautiful, yet nautically challenging part of the world. Jim achieved his dream of becoming a commercial captain accredited with his USL Master Class 5 captain license in Australia, which led him to crew and command iconic maxi yachts.
Having a personal approach with his clients and their assets, Jim’s attention to detail and transparent, enjoyable buyer-seller experience garnered him an exemplary reputation among all types of clientele. Jim easily adopted technological advancements to utilize the latest in marketing tools, including video production, photography and 3D scanning, enabling his clients’ vessels achieve maximum exposure and excellence in presentation for their prospective new owners.
Now approaching 15 years as a senior yacht broker with Lee Marine, and now Northrop & Johnson, Jim’s experience with new and brokerage vessels, sale and purchase contracts, registration, insurance, logistics and creative coordination of advertising have taken him all over the world, creating an extensive client and industry network.
Jim’s undeniable passion for yachts and genuine interest in seeing his clients creating priceless life experiences give him enormous satisfaction; this greatly aids him in his role at Northrop & Johnson.