Built in 1980 at the Cleland yard in England, LODESTONE was a Degaussing ship which served in the British Navy until 1997. In 2000 her new Owner, a very experienced yachtsman, began her conversion into a luxury motor yacht. She was re launched in 2005 as BLEU DE NIMES. The extension of the refit was so vast that Lloyds classified her as a new construction. Only the ice class strong hull remains from the original ship. Carrying four large tenders plus various toys, along with a heli-pad really does make BLEU DE NIMES a ‘go-anywhere’ superyacht
All cabins are located on the lower deck. The master cabin is 50m2 and the guest’s staterooms are about 25m2.
Asia-Style interior decoration.
Master cabin with en suite his and hers bathroom, small study and wardrobes along the private corridor.
There are 4 x King cabins, 1 x Twin cabin and 3 x Double cabins with Pullman berths. All cabins have walk-in closets and en suite bathrooms with showers.