This is the world’s largest wooden (or nearly so) superyacht, and it is for sale (50 m)


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This 50-meter superyacht is all wood Credit- Bush & Noble

In the nautical world, wood is certainly not an unknown material and, indeed, has been the cornerstone of shipbuilding for the vast and greater part of its existence. Still, a 50-meter wooden superyacht is definitely more unique than rare. Fifty meters long, 10.56 wide at maximum beam and displacing over 300 tons, this superyacht is built of GRP-coated teak and, of course, does not disdain luxury, with six fine cabins, a cinema area and Made in Italy designer furnishings.

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The 50-meter wooden superyacht

Designed and engineered by Henderson Marine International, this 50-meter, as yet unnamed, entered construction in 2020 and is now for sale in Dubai, UAE, on behalf of Bush & Noble. But looking at the boat itself, first of all the exterior impresses, where the teak is left entirely exposed, protected by a high-gloss finish that emphasizes its workmanship. The interior, however, also wants its share, with huge spaces and sleeping accommodations for 17 people total.

world's largest wooden superyacht stern
Credit- Bush & Noble


As for the creation of the interior spaces, the strictly Italian-designed furnishings aim to create a comfortable and relaxed environment, bolstered by an extremely generous beam (10.6 m), which promotes freedom of movement and comfort. To welcome guests, a huge hall immediately offers decidedly high standards, offering several convivial areas, two screening areas, a dedicated bar area, and, of course, an extremely formal dining area. The style is then echoed throughout the boat, with a huge furnished aft cockpit and several decks dedicated to all kinds of activities.

world's largest wooden superyacht
Credit- Bush & Noble

As for sleeping areas, two master cabins and four guest cabins. each with a private bathroom, accommodate up to 12 people–of course, excluding the crew, who can count on three separate cabins, sleeping five in total.

Credit- Bush & Noble

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Motorization and performance

As for propulsion, the task is entrusted to a pair of Caterpillar 3512s of 1678 horsepower each, for enough power to reach a top speed of 18 knots. In terms of range, on the other hand, the fuel tanks accommodate up to 127,850 liters .

To see the sale announcement, visit the website of
Bush & Noble

Data Sheet

Length Over All 50 m
Baglio Massimo 10.56 m
Fishing 2.02 m
Displacement 363,369 kg
Motorization 2x Caterpillar 3512 with 1678 horsepower
Fuel Tank 127,850 liters
Maximum Speed 18 kn
Beds 12
Cabins 6
Services 11
Crew Cabins 3 (5 people)
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