Length 33m (108ft)
Builder Vosper Thornycroft
Built 1998
Guests 12 in 6 cabins

MV BRIGITTE BARDOT (formerly MV Gojira, Rat Race Media Adventurer, Ocean 7 Adventurer, and Cable and Wireless Adventurer) is a unique high-tech, stabilized monohull, twin diesel engine powered vessel designed by Nigel Irens.

She was built for speed with the purpose of circumnavigating the world in less than 80 days. This was successfully accomplished in July 1998 in 74 days, 20 hours, 58 minutes, traveling more than 22,600 nautical miles (41,855 km).

This achievement set a new Guinness World Record for a powered vessel. She also set the record for traveling further south than any other multi-hull yacht in the world.

This vessel's accommodations are suitable for up to 12  in 6 commercial-style cabins.

Upon mechanical and exterior work, leaving her better and stronger than ever before, MV BRIGITTE BARDOT is a perfect option for an Owner looking to stand out from the crowd, with the opportunity to truly make her your own. 

Special features

  • World’s fastest vessel to travel around world in 74 days
  • New engines installed in 2018
  • Top-of-the-line navigation equipment
  • Ready to go on its new adventure around the world
  • Highly motivated seller



Guests 12
Staterooms 6

Construction & Design

Built 1998
Builder Vosper Thornycroft
Exterior Designer Nigel Irens

Dimensions & Materials

Length 33.17m (108'10")
Beam 14.07m (46'02")
Draft 2.21m (7'03")
Gross Tonnage 95 GT
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP

Performance & Engines

Cruising speed 18 Knots
Max speed 22 Knots
Cruise range 3,500 nm
Engines 2 x Cummins (500 hp)

1 x Onan (14kW)
1 x Kohler (16kW)

Class & Flag

Flag Dominica
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