The James Bond Vehicle Library

Moonmaiden II

22/4-2007, updated 4/11-2011   by MS


Moonmaiden II

Moonmaiden II
The Living Daylights, 1987
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007 Relations

The Living Daylights - 1987
Allieds/friends vehicle
Vehicle Bond is passenger in

Notes

Bond visited this deck accidentaly - After very dramatical exercises break and not less dramatical save he landed safely on the board of Moonmaiden II and was warmly welcomed by very rich and very,very bored lady. Declaring a 2h break to the superriors surely he didn't have enough time to check all distraction offers of this classical yacht.

Quite old (built in 1972) but still fine-looking 39m long yacht. Still in service in the net of charter companies. Can be met on Mediterranean during summer and on Carribbean during winter.

For the interested - basic quotes (May 2006):

  • EUR 56,000 (High)
  • EUR 52,000 (Low)
  • off season - (winter) EUR 63,000

I didn't catch homeport of this ship. She runs under Maltesian flag and is (or was) serviced in known Bezzina Ship Repair Yard (HQ in city Marsa, Malta).



Technical Data

  • Name: Moonmaiden II
  • Built: 1972
  • Constructor: Custom, Turkey
  • Length: 128 ft (39 m)
  • Beam: 23 ft
  • Draft: 8 ft (2.6 m)
  • Engines: 2 x 12 cylinder 600 hp Deutz diesels
  • Speed: Max 15 knots, Cruise 12 knots
  • Range: 3,500 nm
  • Generators: 2 x Iveco AIFO + 1 x Perkins Harbour generator
  • Guests: 10
  • Crew: 9-10
  • Homeport: Malta? (not verified see note)

Gadgets

    Navigation:
  • Magnavox GPS
  • 2 radars
  • Communications:
  • Satellite system
  • HF SBB transceiver
  • Tenders:
  • Broom Capricorn 18 ft with Mercruiser 350 hp inboard engine
  • Broom Avant Garde 18 ft with Mercury 150 hp outboard engine
  • Novamarine 4.00 R.I.B inflatable with Yamaha 25 hp outboard engine
Leisure equipment:
  • Mini Moke car
  • 2 Honda scooters
  • 2 bicycles
  • 2 Windsurfing boards
  • Yamaha waverunner
  • Waterskis
  • 2 Doughnuts
  • Scuba diving equipment


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