Christina O

325ft / 99.06m  |  Canadian Vickers  |  1943
34
Guests
17
Starerooms
38
Crew

Once owned by Aristotle Onassis, the 325-foot Yacht Christina O is one of the most legendary superyachts in the history of yachting. First built in 1943 by Canadian Vickers, this yacht was used as a surplus Canadian frigate in World War II. In 1954, Aristotle Onassis bought it for $4M, and later transformed it into a palace for him and his A-list friends: like Maria Callas, Eva Peron, the Kennedys and more.

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Tenders & Water Toys

  • 2 x passenger Hacker Craft Prestige
  • 2 x 60-man watercraft lifeboats
  • 1 x RIB tender “Black Mamba” 850
  • 1 x sports tender “Olympic Cruiser” 720
  • Various snorkeling equipment
  • 2 x Ringos
  • 1 x 6-man banana
  • 2 Seado Spark 900 HO 3 seats
  • 1 Seadoo GTI 120 CV
  • 1 Hoverboard
  • 1 Flyboard

Boat Specifications

BuilerCanadian Vickers
Year Built1943
Refit2018
Length325ft / 99.06m
Beam36.6ft / 11.16m
Draft13.5ft / 4.11m