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133′ Conrad VIATORIS [Superyacht Review]

Linda Brockman | April 29, 2021



Top 3 Features on Conrad’s 133-foot VIATORIS

While cruising on board Conrad’s 133-foot yacht (40-metre) VIATORIS 2018, you will understand how she got her name. “Viator” means traveler in Latin, but more specifically, VIATORIS is a journey toward fulfillment. The winner of the 2019 World Superyacht Award, this majestic beauty lives up to her name. 

Based in Sibenik, Croatia, VIATORIS has mastered three elements in the superyacht category: craftsmanship, engineering, and capturing the spirit of the vessel, says Denison yacht broker Alex G. Clarke. “The original owner and builder had a very particular vision, which makes it so much more than just another production boat, but rather a life project for the owner.” Part of that vision was creating a homebase at sea, including a turntable for vinyl records and a fitness center. VIATORIS has an intimate feel meant to be enjoyed with family and friends.

Viatoris superyacht master bedroom

The award-winning VIATORIS can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins. Here are three qualities that make her special:

Her history

VIATORIS was built in Gdansk, a city in Poland known for its history in shipbuilding. (Conrad Shipyard specializes in building high-quality, luxury yachts ranging in size from 49 feet to 300 feet.) “It is the perfect combination of modern amenities and old-world charm,” says Clarke.

Gdansk, Poland has a rich shipbuilding history.

She’s energy-efficient

Caterpillar C18 engines give VIATORIS a top speed of 13 knots and a massive range of more than 10,000 nautical miles, at an economical speed of 8-10 knots. At 8 knots, the engines are operating at only 15 percent load and burning a total of 50 liters between her main engines and generators, says Clarke. That converts to about 12 gallons an hour.

Her materials

VIATORIS’ interior features a custom combination of marble and onyx, paired with four different kinds of wood — rosewood, makassar ebony, mahogany, and oak. Reymond Langton designed her exterior, while Diana Yacht Design was the architect. An aluminum superstructure with a full displacement steel hull, was built according to, and under survey of, Lloyd’s Register.


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