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Trafalgar / Moonmaiden II Yacht

The 39-metre Trafalgar / Moonmaiden II Yacht was featured briefly in The Living Daylights
The 39-metre Trafalgar / Moonmaiden II Yacht was featured briefly in The Living Daylights
photo © Ocean Independence
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM, United Artists
James Bond lands on the Moonmaiden II yacht in The Living Daylights.
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM, United Artists

photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM, United Artists
Linda (played by Belle Avery) is bored on the yacht before James Bond lands on the sunroof..
photo © Danjaq LLC, MGM, United Artists

photo © Ocean Independence
Trafalgar is currently offered for sale for €2.3m
photo © Ocean Independence

The yacht featured in the pre-title opening sequence of the James Bond film The Living Daylights (1987) is the Trafalgar Yacht, previously named the "Yildiz 10", "Moonmaiden II", and "Glorious".

James Bond (Timothy Dalton) lands with his parachute on the yacht after the thilling chase on Gibraltar. There he meets the beautiful Linda (played by Belle Avery).

The yacht is only visible briefly from above. Then we see only a part of one of the decks where Linda is lounging, with two smaller crafts in the background on the rear deck.

The scene was filmed in Tangier (Morocco) harbour where Timothy Dalton was guided onto the yacht by a crane.

Since the appearance in The Living Daylights the 39-metre superyacht has been through an extensive refit by Solent Refit in Southampton covering the interiors, exteriors and technical systems. In 2015 the yacht was relaunched during a rare solar eclipse.

The yacht is currently offered for sale since 2020 for €2,350,000 (approx. $2,480,000) at Ocean Independence (enquire here). That company also offered the yacht for sale in 2011 with an asking price of € 2,500,000, which was lowered over the course of a year to €1,495,000 and it was sold in 2012.

Overall length: 39.0m (127'11")
Beam: 6.95m (22'10")
Gross tonnage: 335
Builder: Beykoz Shipyard, Turkey
Year: 1975

Number of guests: 10
Guest cabins: 5
Number of crew: 9
Crew cabins: 5

 

With thanks to Andrew McNaughton for the alert

Product Code: 
au070

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