Introducing LA NUMERO UNO  

La Numero Uno is Burma Boating’s most luxurious yacht. She was built under the name “La Numero Uno” and was the first yacht to be constructed at the Italian high-class shipyard Perini Navi, which became world-famous for its élite superyachts such as The Maltese Falcon

When she was launched, SY La Numero Uno was also the first fully automated superyacht ever fitted with a ballasted swing keel that retracts into a shallow fixed keel and is raised by an hydraulic winch. True to form, she has circumnavigated the globe and merges innovative design, cutting-edge technology and graceful lines to provide a world-class sailing experience. After a complete refit in 2017/2018, La Numero Uno has been restored to immaculate, stylish elegance.


Cabins & Quarters 

The Yacht's interior has the finest woodwork finishing and classic, beautiful furnishings. Advanced sailing technology has been incorporated and impressive leisure and entertainment facilities were added to make her the ideal charter yacht for socialising and entertaining with family and friends.

La Numero Uno can accommodate up to 10 guests. A full-beam master cabin located aft has private access from the main deck, a walk-in closet and en-suite toilet and shower facilities. The two guest suites with queen-size beds can be connected to a very large family suite. Further midships, there are 2 guest suites featuring twin beds. 

 

Life on Board


Accommodation & Water Toys

  • One Owner’s suite

  • Two queen bed size cabins

  • Two double or twin cabin (convertible cabins)

  • + two pullman bed

  • Large Panasonic TV with surround sound in saloon

  • Each cabin have Bose entertainer with 27 inch toshiba tv and android box

  • Wake board

  • Scuba diving (on request)

  • Water Skiing

  • Snorkeling

  • SUP

  • Sea kayaks

  • 5.8m dinghy (115 HP)

  • 4.2m dinghy (60 HP)

Yacht Specifications

  • Length: 40.01m / 131’

  • Beam: 7.59m / 24’

  • Draft: 2.60m / 8’6 - 6.05m / 20’

  • Shipyard: Perini Navi, Italy

  • Designer: Dick Carter

  • Interior design: Studio Sforzi

  • Year built: 1983 / Last refit: 2018

  • Guests: 10

  • Crew: 6

  • Cruising speed: 10.5 knots

  • Maximum speed: 12.5 knots

  • Hull: Steel

  • Fuel capacity: 21,000 l

  • Fresh water: 4,000 l

  • Engines: 2 x Deutz