About Paminusch

The 45.80m Paminusch, delivered to a Prince in 1982, showed how several heads could often be as good as one. Naval Architect Arthur de Fever developed the design while the owner also made an immense personal contribution to the project. Along with interior designer Pierre Tanter and staff from De Vries, all the personnel involved with Paminusch met for an unforgettable series of meetings in the Prince's fairy-tale castle in the South of Germany. In 1986, the second Paminusch was delivered, this time designed by De Voogt.


General info
  • Launch name Paminusch
  • Current name Strangelove
  • Previous names Paminusch, Paris
  • Build year 1982
  • Hull number 624
  • Yard Koninklijke de Vries
  • Length 45.90m / 150'7"
  • Beam 8.33m / 27'4"
  • Draught 2.75m / 9'0"
  • Speed 15 knots

  • Fuel Capacity 72,000 l / 19,000 US Gall
  • Water Capacity 30,000 l / 7,900 US Gall

  • Naval Architect Arthur de Fever Naval Architect
  • Interior Design Pierre Tanter

  • Main Engines 2x Caterpillar D 398 TA, 850 bhp at 1225 rpm each

  • Guests 12