The Queen Miri in Palma.

05-08-2016Gabriel Alomar

This summer not a day goes by without one of the largest 100 super yachts in the world putting into Palma. The forty-third largest private yacht afloat, the Queen Miri, today moored up in the Club de Mar.

The 301.84ft /92m custom motor yacht was built in 2004 by Neorion and last refitted this year. It was reviously named Delma.

Queen Miri’s interior sleeps up to 36 guests in 18 rooms, including a master suite and two VIP staterooms. It is capable of carrying up to 34 crew to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

Amenities include a gym, spa, jacuzzi (on deck), sauna, steam and beauty rooms, lift, helicopter landing pad, cinema, conference facilities, children’s playroom, medical suite, library and swimming-pool. During peak season it is available for charter from 90,000 euros per day.


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daver / Hace over 5 years

Isn't that strange Andrew. The people that struggle to save for their annual holidays are hit with another bill on arrival. Those that sail in on multi million pound yachts are given a pat on the back, hand shake and a very big " Welcome to Mallorca our rich friends ".


Andrew Ede / Hace over 5 years

It doesn't conform with any bracket, Dave. Strangely enough, recreational and private yachts are not subject to the tourist tax.


daver / Hace over 5 years

Which bracket of the tourist tax does this conform too. Money talks, 2 or 3 star?