Millennium 140


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.


Twin Paxman 18VP185 Diesels (5300 Hp) Driving Maneuverable Lipps Water Jets
Twin Lycoming Jet Turbines (TF40) (4700 Hp) Driving Fixed Lipps Water Jet Booster


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

Naval Architect: Frank Mulder: Holland

Principle Suppliers

Generators - Northern Lights
Air Conditioning - J.D. Knowles
Turbine Gear - Allen Gear
Turbines - Lycoming/Allen Industries
Electronics - Imtech
Sore Power Converter - Mastervolt
Entertainment System - Intellect Audio
Hydraulics & Stabilization - Quantum Engineering
Fixtures and Sanitary Ware - Serdaneli
Appliances - Sub-Zero, Miele, GE

Tri-Deck Layout

Helm Deck: Encompasses primary navigation bridge, Captain's cabin, Engineer's cabin, sky lounge with wet bar and entertainment center, and aft deck lounging area with retractable sun awning. Helm area includes Helm seat, two double wide observer seats, fully integrated helm station and electronics, Helm Dinette (seats 4-6)

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. Engine room

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.