The Millennium 140 – The World Is Not Enough

 The Millennium 140 – The World Is Not Enough

the-millennium-140-the-world-is-not-enoughThe Millennium 140′ – “The World Is Not Enough” – designed by Dutch naval architect Frank Mulder and this luxury yachts built by Millennium Super Yachts in Holland. This sleek but powerful craft can achieve cruising speeds of 65 knots or higher under peak ocean conditions on her twin Paxman diesels and twin Lycoming turbines. The interior design of the yacht is nothing short of opulent, with spiral staircase connecting its three decks, gleaming marble and high-gloss burl walnut, custom Italian furniture with high-tech fabrics, Swarovski crystal embellishments, mirrored walls and ceilings, residential size galley, superbly equipped pilothouse, a skylounge with 42″ plasma TV, luxurious master suite with marble bath, and four additional staterooms.



Tri-Deck Luxury Hi- Speed Yacht

Principle Dimensions

Length Overall – 139’3″ (42.40m)
Length Waterline – 107’3″ (32.75m)
Beam – 27’1″ (8.250 m)
Draft – 6’2″ (1.88m)
Fuel – 15,000 gal (56,781 l)


Based on tank tests at the Wolfson Unit of the University of Southampton, and preliminary sea trials 70 Knots is expected with all propulsion systems operating and maximum speed of approximately 45 Knots on diesel propulsion alone.


Plating: Alustar Aluminum
Modified Full Planning Hull With Deep Vee Entry

Main Deck: Luxurious owners cabin forward with walk in closets, his and her baths, Jacuzzi Tub, and shower, galley with country kitchen ( seats 8 ) appliances include SubZero and Miele, dining room (seats 10), main saloon, entry foyer, and aft deck entertainment area with built in settees and tables and retractable sun awning.

Lower Deck: Crew quarters forward with two twin bunk rooms, and crew lounge. Guest quarters include two twin guest staterooms, one double guest stateroom with 3 large hull windows, and a luxurious king VIP stateroom with 3 large hull windows.

Interior Furnishings are built to full scale luxury standards with burl walnut and lacquer finishes utilizing techniques from the luxury aircraft industry, including nomex honeycomb core materials, marbles and granites bonded to aluminum honeycomb backing and other weight saving techniques and materials.

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