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|Model||126 ft Ferry Conversion|
|Aangeboden door||Russell & Hahn|
Built by the BAE shipyard in Perth, Western Australia, in 1971, Temeraire II ran a passenger ferry service between Fremantle and the Island of Rottnest from 1971 until 1988, when she sailed to Hong Kong to ferry passengers between Tsim Sha Tsui and Wanchai, under the name Lady Star. In 1993, she was taken off ferry duties and refitted in the Leung Wan Kee shipyard, to start a new life as a leisure cruising superyacht. Well maintained by her full time crew and with only 2,500 hours on her twin Cummins engines (fitted in 2000), she is still used regularly for corporate events and board meetings. Pacific Princess still has many years of sailing ahead of her.
When Lady Star was relieved of ferry service in 1993, she was sent to Leung Wan Kee, the famous Tsing Yi shipyard, to start a new life as a corporate, leisure cruising yacht.
Upper deck: wheelhouse, day head and VIP saloon, aft deck with two sitting areas.
Main deck: board room, bar and lounge, covered terrace with dining table, sitting area al fresco, twin access to swim platform
Roof / top deck: two sitting areas
Lower deck: gentlemens' and ladies' changing rooms, three showers each, two toilets, large pantry, galley, forward and aft storage areas, engine room.
All accommodations are tastefully furnished with matching upholstery, carpets and exterior cushions; air-conditioning throughout, video and audio available in all interior spaces.
Pacific Princess continues to this day to be used by the company as a leisure yacht, hosting corporate hospitality events in Hong Kong waters.