Callisto christened

Camper and Nicholsons International christened Callisto, the 42.5-metre aluminium Feadship, at the DeVries Aalsmeer facility on 4 April.

13 April 2022


Following her official christening, 42.5-metre Callisto will carry out sea trials toward the end of the month and be delivered to her owners who are repeat, longstanding clients of senior Monaco-based broke Ales Lees-Buckley in June, perfectly timed to enjoy the Mediterranean season.

Callisto is a tri-deck motor yacht built fully from aluminium, with naval architecture and exterior styling by the in house Feadship team at De Voogt. The interior design is by Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design.

The luxury motor yacht has a total of five ensuite cabins for up to ten guests. With a full width owner’s suite on the main deck, two full width VIPs and two twins all ensuite below.

Crew accommodation is for a total of eight, with seven in three twins and one single below forward and a captain’s cabin on the bridge deck. A gym with all the latest equipment is also available, so you can keep up your fitness routine at sea.


On the deck, guests can retreat to the jacuzzi to unwind and enjoy uninterrupted views, or laze about on the extensive sun deck. Extensive indoor and outdoor seating areas, including dining and entertainment, mean guests will be comfortable inside and out.

Tenders, jet skis, Seabobs and kayaks are among the various water toys that can be stored on board, perfect for your ocean adventure.

She is powered by the twin MTUs and will have a top speed in excess of 20 knots along with transatlantic range at reduced speed. An advanced stabilisation system on board reduces the side-to-side roll of the yacht.

Built to Bureau Veritas classification and to commercial requirement, the yacht will operate privately, supported by Camper and Nicholsons Yacht Management Division under the watchful eye of Marianne Danissen, Head of the Yacht Management Division’s worldwide operations.



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