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Iconic 99m Christina O is now on the market

Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

The iconic 99m Christina O has been newly listed on the brokerage market asking €90,000,000. Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy are some of the names that have walked on her decks. Would you like to add your name to the list? 

Christina O once belonged to billionaire Greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis. Originally, she served as the Canadian anti-submarine River-class frigate HMCS Stormont, launched in 1943. Stormont was active as a convoy escort during the Battle of the Atlantic and was present at the Normandy landings. After World War II, Onassis purchased the vessel as naval surplus for $34,000 and spent $4 million converting her into a luxury yacht, naming her after his daughter Christina. This conversion marked the creation of the first postwar superyacht.

Twenty-five years ago, the yacht Christina O underwent a significant restoration to revive her former splendor. Greek businessman John "Big John" Papanicolaou and naval architect Costas Carabelas spearheaded this extensive project, which revealed new details about Aristotle Onassis, the yacht's original owner. Initiated in 1999, the restoration was so taxing that Carabelas suffered a heart attack from the pressure.


Originally acquired by Onassis, who rose from a refugee to a shipping magnate, Christina O was designed by German architect Caesar Pinnau and served as a symbol of luxury. The yacht hosted numerous distinguished guests, including Winston Churchill and the Kennedys. After Onassis's death, the yacht fell into disrepair until Papanicolaou found and decided to restore her.

The restoration process was arduous. Big John aimed to increase the yacht's guest capacity from 24 to 34 and add more suites, which required innovative solutions due to the yacht’s narrow hull designed for speed. Structural issues, including the replacement of 65% of the hull, extended the project from an expected 60 days to 345 days and necessitated 630 tonnes of new steel.


Maintaining the yacht’s historical authenticity while modernizing her was challenging. Big John insisted on replicating Onassis's original interiors, despite limited photographic evidence and the need for modern updates such as a new dining room. This required creative architectural modifications, including lowering the dining room floor to fit new engines while preserving the yacht’s external appearance.

Numerous obstacles were encountered during the restoration, from looters stripping valuable materials to difficulties in updating outdated systems. The project cost exceeded $40 million, a substantial increase from the $25 million (the inflation-adjusted amount) Onassis initially spent.

Despite these challenges, the restoration of Christina O was successful, preserving her historical significance and luxurious features. The yacht, with her storied past and modern enhancements, is now listed for sale at €90 million.

Christina O is renowned for unique features such as a mosaic-tiled, saltwater swimming pool that converts to a dance floor and bar stools upholstered in whale foreskin surrounding the rope-covered bar, known as Ari’s Bar. The bar's footrests are made from whale teeth, which also circle the bar to hold handbags.

The yacht accommodates 34 guests in 17 cabins, refurbished in a style reminiscent of Jackie Onassis's, Aristotle's wife, original décor. Her interior includes the Steinway piano once played by Frank Sinatra and Maria Callas, an onyx fireplace, and Baccarat crystal lighting in the Onassis suite. The circular staircase features a vintage onyx and silver handrail.

Christina O has quarters for up to 39 crew members and can carry up to 157 guests for coastal cruises. 

Currently located in Nice, France, Christina O is on the market for €90 million.

Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

Photos: Stef Bravin, Carlo Bavagnoli, FPG/Getty Images

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Iconic 99m Christina O is now on the market

Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

The iconic 99m Christina O has been newly listed on the brokerage market asking €90,000,000. Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy are some of the names that have walked on her decks. Would you like to add your name to the list? 

Christina O once belonged to billionaire Greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis. Originally, she served as the Canadian anti-submarine River-class frigate HMCS Stormont, launched in 1943. Stormont was active as a convoy escort during the Battle of the Atlantic and was present at the Normandy landings. After World War II, Onassis purchased the vessel as naval surplus for $34,000 and spent $4 million converting her into a luxury yacht, naming her after his daughter Christina. This conversion marked the creation of the first postwar superyacht.

Twenty-five years ago, the yacht Christina O underwent a significant restoration to revive her former splendor. Greek businessman John "Big John" Papanicolaou and naval architect Costas Carabelas spearheaded this extensive project, which revealed new details about Aristotle Onassis, the yacht's original owner. Initiated in 1999, the restoration was so taxing that Carabelas suffered a heart attack from the pressure.


Originally acquired by Onassis, who rose from a refugee to a shipping magnate, Christina O was designed by German architect Caesar Pinnau and served as a symbol of luxury. The yacht hosted numerous distinguished guests, including Winston Churchill and the Kennedys. After Onassis's death, the yacht fell into disrepair until Papanicolaou found and decided to restore her.

The restoration process was arduous. Big John aimed to increase the yacht's guest capacity from 24 to 34 and add more suites, which required innovative solutions due to the yacht’s narrow hull designed for speed. Structural issues, including the replacement of 65% of the hull, extended the project from an expected 60 days to 345 days and necessitated 630 tonnes of new steel.


Maintaining the yacht’s historical authenticity while modernizing her was challenging. Big John insisted on replicating Onassis's original interiors, despite limited photographic evidence and the need for modern updates such as a new dining room. This required creative architectural modifications, including lowering the dining room floor to fit new engines while preserving the yacht’s external appearance.

Numerous obstacles were encountered during the restoration, from looters stripping valuable materials to difficulties in updating outdated systems. The project cost exceeded $40 million, a substantial increase from the $25 million (the inflation-adjusted amount) Onassis initially spent.

Despite these challenges, the restoration of Christina O was successful, preserving her historical significance and luxurious features. The yacht, with her storied past and modern enhancements, is now listed for sale at €90 million.

Christina O is renowned for unique features such as a mosaic-tiled, saltwater swimming pool that converts to a dance floor and bar stools upholstered in whale foreskin surrounding the rope-covered bar, known as Ari’s Bar. The bar's footrests are made from whale teeth, which also circle the bar to hold handbags.

The yacht accommodates 34 guests in 17 cabins, refurbished in a style reminiscent of Jackie Onassis's, Aristotle's wife, original décor. Her interior includes the Steinway piano once played by Frank Sinatra and Maria Callas, an onyx fireplace, and Baccarat crystal lighting in the Onassis suite. The circular staircase features a vintage onyx and silver handrail.

Christina O has quarters for up to 39 crew members and can carry up to 157 guests for coastal cruises. 

Currently located in Nice, France, Christina O is on the market for €90 million.

Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

Photos: Stef Bravin, Carlo Bavagnoli, FPG/Getty Images

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Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

The iconic 99m Christina O has been newly listed on the brokerage market asking €90,000,000. Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy are some of the names that have walked on her decks. Would you like to add your name to the list? 

Christina O once belonged to billionaire Greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis. Originally, she served as the Canadian anti-submarine River-class frigate HMCS Stormont, launched in 1943. Stormont was active as a convoy escort during the Battle of the Atlantic and was present at the Normandy landings. After World War II, Onassis purchased the vessel as naval surplus for $34,000 and spent $4 million converting her into a luxury yacht, naming her after his daughter Christina. This conversion marked the creation of the first postwar superyacht.

Twenty-five years ago, the yacht Christina O underwent a significant restoration to revive her former splendor. Greek businessman John "Big John" Papanicolaou and naval architect Costas Carabelas spearheaded this extensive project, which revealed new details about Aristotle Onassis, the yacht's original owner. Initiated in 1999, the restoration was so taxing that Carabelas suffered a heart attack from the pressure.


Originally acquired by Onassis, who rose from a refugee to a shipping magnate, Christina O was designed by German architect Caesar Pinnau and served as a symbol of luxury. The yacht hosted numerous distinguished guests, including Winston Churchill and the Kennedys. After Onassis's death, the yacht fell into disrepair until Papanicolaou found and decided to restore her.

The restoration process was arduous. Big John aimed to increase the yacht's guest capacity from 24 to 34 and add more suites, which required innovative solutions due to the yacht’s narrow hull designed for speed. Structural issues, including the replacement of 65% of the hull, extended the project from an expected 60 days to 345 days and necessitated 630 tonnes of new steel.


Maintaining the yacht’s historical authenticity while modernizing her was challenging. Big John insisted on replicating Onassis's original interiors, despite limited photographic evidence and the need for modern updates such as a new dining room. This required creative architectural modifications, including lowering the dining room floor to fit new engines while preserving the yacht’s external appearance.

Numerous obstacles were encountered during the restoration, from looters stripping valuable materials to difficulties in updating outdated systems. The project cost exceeded $40 million, a substantial increase from the $25 million (the inflation-adjusted amount) Onassis initially spent.

Despite these challenges, the restoration of Christina O was successful, preserving her historical significance and luxurious features. The yacht, with her storied past and modern enhancements, is now listed for sale at €90 million.

Christina O is renowned for unique features such as a mosaic-tiled, saltwater swimming pool that converts to a dance floor and bar stools upholstered in whale foreskin surrounding the rope-covered bar, known as Ari’s Bar. The bar's footrests are made from whale teeth, which also circle the bar to hold handbags.

The yacht accommodates 34 guests in 17 cabins, refurbished in a style reminiscent of Jackie Onassis's, Aristotle's wife, original décor. Her interior includes the Steinway piano once played by Frank Sinatra and Maria Callas, an onyx fireplace, and Baccarat crystal lighting in the Onassis suite. The circular staircase features a vintage onyx and silver handrail.

Christina O has quarters for up to 39 crew members and can carry up to 157 guests for coastal cruises. 

Currently located in Nice, France, Christina O is on the market for €90 million.

Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

Photos: Stef Bravin, Carlo Bavagnoli, FPG/Getty Images

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Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

The iconic 99m Christina O has been newly listed on the brokerage market asking €90,000,000. Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy are some of the names that have walked on her decks. Would you like to add your name to the list? 

Christina O once belonged to billionaire Greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis. Originally, she served as the Canadian anti-submarine River-class frigate HMCS Stormont, launched in 1943. Stormont was active as a convoy escort during the Battle of the Atlantic and was present at the Normandy landings. After World War II, Onassis purchased the vessel as naval surplus for $34,000 and spent $4 million converting her into a luxury yacht, naming her after his daughter Christina. This conversion marked the creation of the first postwar superyacht.

Twenty-five years ago, the yacht Christina O underwent a significant restoration to revive her former splendor. Greek businessman John "Big John" Papanicolaou and naval architect Costas Carabelas spearheaded this extensive project, which revealed new details about Aristotle Onassis, the yacht's original owner. Initiated in 1999, the restoration was so taxing that Carabelas suffered a heart attack from the pressure.


Originally acquired by Onassis, who rose from a refugee to a shipping magnate, Christina O was designed by German architect Caesar Pinnau and served as a symbol of luxury. The yacht hosted numerous distinguished guests, including Winston Churchill and the Kennedys. After Onassis's death, the yacht fell into disrepair until Papanicolaou found and decided to restore her.

The restoration process was arduous. Big John aimed to increase the yacht's guest capacity from 24 to 34 and add more suites, which required innovative solutions due to the yacht’s narrow hull designed for speed. Structural issues, including the replacement of 65% of the hull, extended the project from an expected 60 days to 345 days and necessitated 630 tonnes of new steel.


Maintaining the yacht’s historical authenticity while modernizing her was challenging. Big John insisted on replicating Onassis's original interiors, despite limited photographic evidence and the need for modern updates such as a new dining room. This required creative architectural modifications, including lowering the dining room floor to fit new engines while preserving the yacht’s external appearance.

Numerous obstacles were encountered during the restoration, from looters stripping valuable materials to difficulties in updating outdated systems. The project cost exceeded $40 million, a substantial increase from the $25 million (the inflation-adjusted amount) Onassis initially spent.

Despite these challenges, the restoration of Christina O was successful, preserving her historical significance and luxurious features. The yacht, with her storied past and modern enhancements, is now listed for sale at €90 million.

Christina O is renowned for unique features such as a mosaic-tiled, saltwater swimming pool that converts to a dance floor and bar stools upholstered in whale foreskin surrounding the rope-covered bar, known as Ari’s Bar. The bar's footrests are made from whale teeth, which also circle the bar to hold handbags.

The yacht accommodates 34 guests in 17 cabins, refurbished in a style reminiscent of Jackie Onassis's, Aristotle's wife, original décor. Her interior includes the Steinway piano once played by Frank Sinatra and Maria Callas, an onyx fireplace, and Baccarat crystal lighting in the Onassis suite. The circular staircase features a vintage onyx and silver handrail.

Christina O has quarters for up to 39 crew members and can carry up to 157 guests for coastal cruises. 

Currently located in Nice, France, Christina O is on the market for €90 million.

Watch our  video review of the Christina O yacht

Photos: Stef Bravin, Carlo Bavagnoli, FPG/Getty Images

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