Lady Moura is a private luxury yacht. It was the ninth largest private yacht when it was launched in 1990, but has moved down the list in 2011 to number 24. It is owned by Saudi Arabian businessman, Nasser Al-Rashid.
Both the hull and the superstructure are made of steel. The propulsion plant consists of two KHD-MWM diesel engines, each with a power of 5050 kW (over 6700 bhp), and controllable pitch propellers producing a speed of over 20 knots.
A crafty hydraulically-operated system of shell ports, doors, flaps, roofs, bath platforms, gangways and cranes provide the most possible ease of operation and comfort.
Even the boats, anchors, liferafts and navigation lanterns are hidden behind covers and do not disturb the aesthetics of the yacht. Both the name and the escutcheon that can be seen at port, starboard and at Stern are carved in 24 carat gold
- Length overall: 105.8 m (344 ft)
- Breadth: 18.5 m
- Draught: 5.5 m
- Speed: 20 kn
- Yacht name: Lady Moura
- Launch: 1990 last refitted in 2007
- Owner: Nasser Al-Rashid (ex-wife owns Phocea)
- Builder: Blohm + Voss, Germany
- Naval architect: Luigi Sturchio – Diana Yacht Design
- Hull: Steel
- Engines: 2 x 6,868 hp Deutz-MWM
- Tender: On board helicopter
- 10th largest “private yacht” in 2005
- Photo date: June 15, 2005 19:11:07
- Locations: Monaco, Palma de Mallorca, Porto Cervo
- Registered: Nassau