Queen Miri ex.Delma is a luxury charter yacht built by the Neorion Shipyard based in Greece launched in 2004 as Annaliesse. Naval architecture and exterior styling is by Alpha Marine Ltd/Lally Poulias with an amazing interior by Lally Poulias and Studio Massari. In 2016, she went to an extensive refit/conversion done in the Italian Genoa based shipyard Amico & Co where she was extended to 91.50m from 85.30m as follows: new foundation, main engines replaced, props and shafts, aux generators, electric and electronic systems i.e complete power management replaced, new Jacuzzi on the sun deck, new flood able tender garage on the aft deck that is convertible into a heated seawater swimming pool, exterior and the interior re-designed, implemented new state of the art audio-visual systems throughout the vessel. Queen Miri is in pristine condition and ready to accept new charter guests wherever she is.
Queen Miri boasts an amazing teak laid sun deck offering a Jacuzzi with over sized sun pads, a bar, karaoke, AV gear and the dance floor and sun loungers in the aft. Bridge deck offers an Al-fresco dining area in the aft and BBQ’s, a luxurious bridge deck salon with lounging areas, gaming table and a bar. Queen Miri sleeps up to thirty-six charter guests in eighteen staterooms. The master suite situated on the upper deck level forward features a king-sized bed, a large marble laid bath, his and hers walk-in wardrobes, outdoor deck terrace, an amazing panoramic view of her cruising destination directly from the bed, a study and adjacent twin cabin with two single beds and shower en-suite. Upper deck also houses two twin staterooms each with two single beds and two double staterooms each with a king-sized bed of course with en-suite facilities. VIP stateroom is based on the bridge deck level forward of salon and features a king-sized bed, a study, private lounge and study, spacious marble laid en-suite. Next to the VIP stateroom there is one twin stateroom with two single beds and shower en-suite.
Main deck houses large salon with lounging areas, baby grand piano, a bar and two formal dining tables for her guests. Forward of main salon there are five double staterooms each with king-sized beds and three twin staterooms with two single beds in each and shower en-suites, while her lower deck offers a Spa with Jacuzzi, saunas, a GYM with commercial grade exercise gear, beauty salon, massage room, two beach clubs in the aft on the port and starboard side and flood able tender garage which is convertible into a large a heated seawater swimming pool and Jetstream.
Queen Miri a Det Norske Veritas DNV classed vessel is powered with two MTU 20V4000 M93L diesels developing in total 5848 BHP push her full displacement blue hull of 3420 GT up to 17.0 Knots while she cruises at 15.0 Knots with max range of 7.000 Nautical Miles @ 14.0 Knots supported with the underway stabilizers and while at anchor. She is manned by a professional maritime crew of thirty-six which will make your yachting vacation aboard this breathtaking super yacht unique and unforgettable.
Queen Miri luxury charter yacht is available for chartering in the following Mediterranean destinations: South of France, Italy, Naples, Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Spain and Balearic islands, Turkey, Greece, Montenegro and Croatia.
LOA: 91.50m (300’02 ft)
Beam: 14.00m (45’93 ft)
Draft: 4.20m (13’78 ft)
Flag: Marshall Islands
Shipyard/Builder: Neorion New Syros SA
Naval architect: Alpha Marine Ltd
Exterior design: Alpha Marine Ltd/Lally Poulias
Interior design: Lally Poulias/Studio Massari
Classification society: Det Norske Veritas – DNV
MCA compliant: Yes
Type: Displacement motor yacht
GT: 3420 T
Hull material: Steel
Engine: 2 x MTU 20V4000 M93L – total 5848 BHP
Generators: 3 x MTU 12V 200 M41A 526 kW
Fuel consumption: 650 liters/hr
Fuel capacity: 234.455 liters
Fresh-water capacity: 110.213 liters + RO Water makers
Bow thruster: Rolls-Royce
Air condition: Entire yacht with individual cabins controls
Stabilization: Yes @ Anchor & Underway
Top speed: 17.0 Knots
Cruise speed: 15.0 Knots
Range: 7.000 (@ 14.0 Knots of cruise speed) Nautical Miles
Cabins: 18 (10 x double cabins + 8 x twin cabins)
WiFi – VSAT
Elevator x 2
Tenders and sea toys:
1 x Custom tender Wajer 38 11.30m with diesel engines
2 x Castoldi tenders
6 x Sea Doo jet skis
2 x Stand-up paddle boards
4 x Sea bobs
1 x Fly board
1 x Inflatable slide
Diving gear (RDV diving ONLY)
Selection of inflatable tow-able toys
2 x Beach clubs
Large swimming platform
Large swimming pool
Extensive GYM gear
Play Room with PlayStation and various games
Spa Wellness with saunas
Baby Grand Piano
Charter price per week
Charter price per week
Yacht details are displayed in good faith and believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Details to be confirmed by our Yacht Charter Specialists during booking process.
All information are subject to change without notice. Yacht charter prices are for a one-week charter or per day. Exact pricing and/ or any other detail will be confirmed in charter contract.
Any applicable taxes are extra.
We use MYBA ( The Worldwide Yachting Association) agreement that is produced to standardize charter terms and protect the Charterer ( You) , the Owner, and the Agent/Broker.
It has standard protections and escalation clauses in case any problems arise.
Once you have signed a MYBA charter contract, you are obligated to pay the entire charter regardless you actually board the yacht.
In exceptional cases, you may be able to cancel, but monies will be refunded only if the yacht can be chartered to another client, therefore many we suggest purchase of insurance against cancellation.
Charter fee is paid in two rates ; 50% of charter fee when the charter contract is signed and 50 % 4 weeks before charter commencement. Extra expenses are charged with Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA). APA is usually 25 % to 30 % of total charter fee and also depending on your itinerary, food, beverages etc. Captain will keep accurate records of funds spent during your charter and at the end of the charter, you will be refunded the difference, or you will be asked to pay more during the cruise if further running costs are incurred.