Images of Sailing Yacht ‘Wind Star’ in the Port of Piraeus

 

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Images of Superyacht ‘Al Mirqab’ at Marina Zeas, Piraeus

Motor Yacht ‘Al Mirqab’                                                                                                133 meters lenght overall, 19.5 m beam, 4.9 m draft

‘Al Mirqab’ is a 133m motor yacht built in 2008 by Peters Schiffbau in Wewelsfleth. The yacht’s stunning exterior was designed by Tim Heywood, whilst her interior design is the work of Andrew Winch Designs.

Kusch Yachts was the naval architect involved in the professional superyacht design work for ‘Al Mirquab’. Her interior design was realized by Andrew Winch. Kusch Yachts and Tim Heywood is also associated with the yacht general design work for this boat. Germany is the country that Kusch Yachts completed their new build motor yacht in. After the formal launch in 2008 in Wewelsfleth, she was afterwards delivered on to the proud  owner following sea trials.

Built for Qatar’s Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, Al Mirqab is one of the largest and most beautiful yachts on the water. The yacht won the coveted ‘Motor Yacht of the Year’ award at The World Superyacht Awards 2009 and won ‘Best Interior Design’ in the motor yacht category for her Andrew Winch-designed interior.

Her main hull was constructed with steel. The motor yacht superstructure is made largely with aluminium. With a beam of 19.5 m / 63.98 ft, ‘Al Mirqab’ has massive size. A reasonably deep draught of 5m (16.4ft) affects the list of certain harbours she can berth in, contingent on their specific depth at low tide. ‘Al Mirqab’ has an aluminium superstructure and a steel hull with a generous beam of 19.5m and a 4.9m draft. She can accommodate 24 guests in 10 guest suites with two VIP suites for the yacht owner. The suites are large; each with their own bathroom, living room and double bedroom. The yacht has a crew of 55  and is capable of carrying up to 60 crew members onboard.

The 133m displacement yacht is capable of an impressive 23 knots, with a cruising speed of 21 knots. She also features ‘at anchor stabilisers’ which work at zero speed, increasing onboard comfort at anchor and on rough waters. Some of the amenities on board include: a cinema, outside bars, inside swimming pool and outside jacuzzi, sunbathing places, and a helicopter pad.

Max/Min Speed & Main Engines: Coupled to the M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ engines are twin screw propellers. Her total HP is 13400 HP and her total Kilowatts are 10000. For bow thrusters she utilizes X2.

The newbuilding cost of the M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ was reported at US$ 300 million.


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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Bulbous bow detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Portside bow detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Portside bow detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Happy campers on the bulbous bow. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Portside bow detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Portside stern detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Portside stern detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Ported in George Town, Cayman Islandsl. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

 

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Portside stern detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Portside stern detail. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Viewed from across Marina Zeas. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Viewed from across Marina Zeas. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Viewed from across Marina Zeas. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Viewed from across Marina Zeas. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Viewed from across Marina Zeas. Image Credit: Karatzas Images

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Al Mirqab’ moored at Marina Zeas, Piraeus. Viewed from across Marina Zeas. Image Credit: Karatzas Images


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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’

Images of Supeyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’

‘Length 483.10ft /147.25m
Builder Lurssen
Exterior Designer Tim Heywood Design
Interior Design Terence Disdale
Built | Refit 2012
Model Custom
Beam 70.54ft /21.5m
Gross Tonnage 12532 Tonnes
Draft 18.70ft /5.7m
Cruising Speed 19.5 Knots
Top Speed 22.9 Knots

Estimated Cost of Delivery: € 400 million


 

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At €400 million delivery cost and 148 m length, superyacht ‘Topaz’ was built as the world’s fifth largest yacht in 2012 for the pleasure of up to 64 guests. http://www.karatzas.com

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At €400 million delivery cost and 148 m length, superyacht ‘Topaz’ was built as the world’s fifth largest yacht in 2012 for the pleasure of up to 64 guests. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. Passing ferry cannot stand the glory! http://www.karatzas.com

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Taking a closer look at the superstructure at night. Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. How € 400 million of luxury stand out in the night! http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com

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Yachting in class and cruising for the ‘cattle class’! Cruiseship ‘Costa Magica’ entering Port of Piraeus, dwarfing superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ http://www.karatzas.com

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Superyacht M/Y ‘Topaz’ at night at Port of Piraeus in November 2014. At 148 m length, the world’s fifth largest yacht. http://www.karatzas.com


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M/Y ‘TOP FIVE’

M/Y ‘Top Five’

M/Y ‘Top Five’ was built in 2005 by American shipyard Christensen Shipyards. A modern and luxurious full displacement yacht with a GRP hull and superstructure, she features exterior design and naval architecture by Christensen Shipyards and the interior work of Carol Williamson. This twin screw yacht measures 47.85 meters and can accommodate up to 12 guests.

M/Y ‘Top Five’ was previously known as Liquidity and was the third by that name to be built for telecommunications entrepreneur Henry Luken. A fishing enthusiast, Luken ensured his vessel was equipped to cater for his passion with a custom designed tackle locker on the aft deck.

Sophisticated stonework is a feature of the luxury yacht and chosen materials include malachite and Juparana persa granite. The interior theme is all about fine detail, with raised-panel joinery of American walnut with high gloss finish and expertly color-matched wood panels and veneers. Lighter tones are used for the furnishings. She is powered by two MTU 12V 4000 engines that allow her to reach a maximum speed of 17.5 knots. She can achieve a range of 4,500 nautical miles while cruising at a speed of 15 knots.

The Vessel was usually available for rent in the Caribbean with a US$200,000 per week rent. She’s presently reported available for sale with an asking price of US$ 22,000,000.

The images of M/Y ‘HARMONY’ were taken at North Cove in Lower Manhattan, in late July 2014. North Cove is within a minute’s stroll from the offices of Karatzas Marine Advisors at One World Financial Center, which building can be seen in the background in a couple of the pictures posted herewith.


 

OVERVIEW

Name: Top Five
Type: Motor Yacht
Model: Christensen 157
Sub Type:
Builder: Christensen
Naval Architect: Christensen
Exterior Designers: Christensen
Interior Designer: Carol Williamson & Associates
Year: 2005
Flag: Cayman Islands
MCA: Yes
Class: ABS
Hull NB: 027
Hull Colour:

DIMENSIONS

Length Overall: 47.85m  (156’11″ft)
Length at Waterline: 42.64m  (139’10″ft)
Beam: 9.02m  (29’7″ft)
Draft (min):
Draft (max): 2.44m  (8’0″ft)
Gross Tonnage: 499 tonnes

ACCOMMODATIONS

Guests: 12
Cabins Total: 6
Cabins: 1 Master / 1 VIP / 2 Double / 2 Twin / 2 Pullman /
Crew: 9

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Configuration: Displacement
Hull Material: GRP
Superstructure: GRP
Deck Material: Teak
Decks NB: 3

ENGINE(s)

Quantity: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Manufacturer: MTU
Model: 12V4000
Power: 1800hp / 1325kW
Total Power: 3600hp / 2650kW
Propulsion: Twin Screw

PERFORMANCE & CAPABILITIES

Max Speed: 17.50 kts
Cruising Speed: 16.00 kts
Range: 4500.00 miles at 15 kts
Fuel Capacity: 59.80 L / 13.15 USG
Water Capacity: 7.57 L / 1.67 USG

EQUIPMENT

Generator:
1 x Northern Lights
2 x Northern Lights   99 kW
Stabilizers: Naiad
Thrusters: Abt
Amenities: Jet-Ski
SATCOM

 

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005.  (Partial view of superyacht M/Y ‘Rasselas’ on the right)

 

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. North Cove, Manhattan (Partial view of superyacht M/Y ‘Harmony’, stardboard)

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. Reportedly available for sale with $22 mil asking price. North Cove, Manhattan

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. North Cove, Manhattan (Superyacht M/Y ‘Harmony’ on the left of the picture)

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. Reportedly available for sale with $22 mil asking price. North Cove, Manhattan

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. North Cove, Manhattan

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. Reportedly available for sale with $22 mil asking price. North Cove, Manhattan

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. North Cove, Manhattan

 

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. North Cove, Manhattan

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. Reportedly available for sale with $22 mil asking price. North Cove, Manhattan

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Portside bow of M/Y ‘Top Five’ (right) – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. In the background, superyacht M/Y ‘Rasselas’ North Cove, Manhattan

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M/Y ‘Top Five’ – 48m superyacht built at Christensen in 2005. North Cove, Manhattan (Partial view of superyacht M/Y ‘Harmony’ on the right)

 


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Access to this blog signifies the reader’s irrevocable acceptance of this disclaimer. No part of this blog can be reproduced by any means and under any circumstances, whatsoever, in whole or in part, without proper attribution or the consent of the copyright and trademark holders of this website.Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that information herewithin has been received from sources believed to be reliable and such information is believed to be accurate at the time of publishing, no warranties or assurances whatsoever are made in reference to accuracy or completeness of said information, and no liability whatsoever will be accepted for taking or failing to take any action upon any information contained in any part of this website.  Thank you for the consideration.

M/Y ‘HARMONY’

M/Y ‘HARMONY’

Harmony is a 50m motor yacht delivered by Westport in 2010. She’s a typical ‘Westport 164’ (50 meters) tri-deck design, the top of the line in the Westport Series.

She can accommodate up to twelve guests in six staterooms including an on deck master suite, a bridge deck VIP suite, two king bedded cabins below aft, a twin bedded cabin forward to port and a convertible gym forward to starboard with a Pullman berth. Crew accommodation is for up to twelve with the captain’s cabin on the bridge deck and five double cabins below deck.

She features an elevator that services all decks, while propulsion is delivered by two modern four stroke, 16 cylinder diesel engines providing 3650hp each.

M/Y ‘Harmony’ is presently listed for sale with an asking price of US$ 33,750,000 (€25,000,000).

'Westport 164' Layout (Image source: courtesy of Westport Shipyards)

‘Westport 164’ Layout (Image source: courtesy of Westport Shipyards)

WESTPORT 164 | 50 METERS

An Exceptional Achievement In Large Yacht Design

Westport’s new flagship, the 164 tri-deck accommodates twelve guests in unsurpassed luxury. A vessel as prized for the artistry of its contours as for the substance of its construction, the Westport 164 represents an exceptional landmark achievement in large yacht design.

Developed using leading-edge three-dimensional modeling and structural software applications also used in the aviation industry, this new yacht has met every objective for speed, ride, maneuverability, integrity, quality and classing capability. As with every Westport yacht, the 164 delivers the uncommon luxuries of predictable performance, on-time delivery and a full complement of equipment and features for immediate enjoyment.

Westport’s design and engineering teams have collaborated with world-renowned designer Donald Starkey and prominent naval architect William Garden to develop a refined hull form for exceptional ocean-going performance, an innovative accommodation plan which balances interior and on-deck spaces for maximum enjoyment and versatility, and a contemporary styling that ensures lasting appeal.

The six-stateroom layout with on-deck full-beam master suite affords everyone a luxurious private retreat incorporating the finest fabrics, cabinetry, stone and leathers. An innovative arrangement includes a top-deck VIP suite with its own sun deck, a large formal dining room adjacent to the commercial-grade galley, and a garage aft for tenders and water toys. Designed for entertaining and relaxed socializing, the salon opens to a large covered aft deck with lounge, conversation areas and wet bar.

Twin MTU 16V4000 diesels drive the Westport 164 to mid-20 knot top speeds, and throttle back to deliver transoceanic range. ABS-classed and MCA-compliant, the 164 is equally well suited for private use or charter service.

(Source: Westport Shipyards)


 

VESSEL OVERVIEW

Name: Harmony
Type: Motor Yacht
Model: Westport 164
Sub Type: Tri Deck
Builder: Westport Shipyard
Naval Architect: William Gardner
Exterior Designers:
Interior Designer: Glade Johnson Design
Year: 2010
Flag:
MCA:
Class:
Hull NB:
Hull Colour: White

DIMENSIONS

Length Overall: 50.00m  (164’0″ft)
Length at Waterline:
Beam: 9.30m  (30’6″ft)
Draft (min):
Draft (max): 2.40m  (7’10″ft)
Gross Tonnage: 490 tonnes

ACCOMMODATIONS

Guests: 12
Cabins Total: 6
Cabins:
Crew: 11

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Configuration: Semi-Displacement
Hull Material: GRP
Superstructure: GRP
Deck Material: Teak
Decks NB:

ENGINE(S)

Quantity: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Manufacturer: MTU
Model: 16V 4000
Power: 3650hp / 2722kW
Total Power: 7300hp / 5444kW
Propulsion:

PERFORMANCE & CAPABILITIES

Max Speed: 23.00 kts
Cruising Speed: 20.00 kts
Range:
Fuel Capacity: 75,700.00 L / 16,651.65 USG
Water Capacity: 8,460.00 L / 1,860.94 USG

EQUIPMENT

Generator:
Stabilizers:
Thrusters:
Amenities:

The images of M/Y ‘HARMONY’ were taken at North Cove in Lower Manhattan, in late July 2014. North Cove is within a minute’s stroll from the offices of Karatzas Marine Advisors at One World Financial Center, which building can be seen in the background in a couple of the pictures posted herewith.


 

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price

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M/Y ‘Harmony’ (Westport 164 Series, tri-deck) 2010 built – Reported for sale with US$ 33,750,00 asking price


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IMPORTANT DISCLAIMERS:  Vessel description is provided in good faith and is believed to be correct and accurate but no assurances, warranties or representations are made herewith. Vessel description is provided for entertainment  purposes only. We have no responsibility whatsoever for any errors / omissions in vessel description.

Access to this blog signifies the reader’s irrevocable acceptance of this disclaimer. No part of this blog can be reproduced by any means and under any circumstances, whatsoever, in whole or in part, without proper attribution or the consent of the copyright and trademark holders of this website.Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that information herewithin has been received from sources believed to be reliable and such information is believed to be accurate at the time of publishing, no warranties or assurances whatsoever are made in reference to accuracy or completeness of said information, and no liability whatsoever will be accepted for taking or failing to take any action upon any information contained in any part of this website.  Thank you for the consideration.

M/Y ‘RASSELAS’

Motor Yacht ‘RASSELAS’

M/Y ‘Rasselas’ is a 62m motor yacht, custom built in 2005 by Feadship in Aalsmeer (Netherlands). This classic superyacht can trace her ancestry to a number of iconic boats such as Paraffin and Gallant Lady, as well as her earlier namesake, also built for the same American owner. The vessel’s sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of De Voogt Naval Architects. Her designers, De Voogt, placed special emphasis on creating an extraordinary top deck and outer areas for the yacht. With a classic mahogany interior she is one of the last major yachts with an interior made from this tropical wood.
Rasselas yacht has a steel hull with a aluminum superstructure with a beam of 10.70m  (35’1″ft) and a 3.50m  (11’5″ft) draft .

Performance + Capabilities: MY ‘Rasselas’ has a cruising speed of 13.00 knots, max speed of 16.00 knots and a range of 5000.00 nm. from her 138,000.00l. fuel tanks. A powerful propulsion package of twin 2,000hp Caterpillar engines gives her a cruising speed of 14 knots and she tops out at 16 knots.

Accommodations: M/Y ‘Rasselas’ offers accommodation for up to 14 guests in 6 suits comprising 1 owner cabin, 3 double cabins, 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 19 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

M/Y ‘Rasselas’ was sold in June 2014 when she was in the market with an asking price $57.5 million; she’s to renamed M/Y ‘Positive Carry’ by her new owner, who intends to cruise her around the world. Both seller and buyer were US-based entrepreneurs.

The images of M/Y “Rasselas’ were taken at North Cove in Lower Manhattan, in late July 2014. North Cove is within a minute’s stroll from the offices of Karatzas Marine Advisors at One World Financial Center, which building can be seen in the background in a couple of the pictures posted herewith.


 

OVERVIEW

Name: Rasselas
Type: Motor Yacht
Model: Custom
Sub Type:
Builder: Feadship
Naval Architect: De Voogt Naval Architects
Exterior Designers: De Voogt Naval Architects
Interior Designer:
Year: 2005
Flag: Cayman Islands
MCA:
Class: LR
Hull NB: 670
Hull Colour:

DIMENSIONS

Length Overall: 62.00m  (203’4″ft)
Length at Waterline:
Beam: 10.70m  (35’1″ft)
Draft (min):
Draft (max): 3.50m  (11’5″ft)
Gross Tonnage: 1011 tonnes

ACCOMMODATIONS

Guests: 14
Cabins Total: 6
Cabins: 1 Master / 3 Double / 2 Twin /
Crew: 19
 

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Configuration: Displacement
Hull Material: Steel
Superstructure: Aluminium
Deck Material: Teak
Decks NB:

ENGINE(s)

Quantity: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Manufacturer: Caterpillar
Model:
Power: 2000hp / 1491kW
Total Power: 4000hp / 2982kW
Propulsion:

PERFORMANCE & CAPABILITIES

Max Speed: 16.00 kts
Cruising Speed: 13.00 kts
Range: 5000.00 miles at 14 kts
Fuel Capacity: 138,000.00 L / 30,355.72 USG
Water Capacity: 31,000.00 L / 6,819.04 USG

Equipment

Generator:
Stabilizers:
Thrusters:
Amenities:

 


 

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Superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014. One World Financial Center in background (glass building with green top)

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Beautiful lines! Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014.

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Stylish and classic superyacht ‘Rasselas’ (to be renamed ‘Positive Carry’) docked at North Cove in Lower Manhattan in July 2014. Hudson River traffic in the background!


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IMPORTANT DISCLAIMERS:  Vessel description is provided in good faith and is believed to be correct and accurate but no assurances, warranties or representations are made herewith. Vessel description is provided for entertainment  purposes only. We have no responsibility whatsoever for any errors / omissions in vessel description.

Access to this blog signifies the reader’s irrevocable acceptance of this disclaimer. No part of this blog can be reproduced by any means and under any circumstances, whatsoever, in whole or in part, without proper attribution or the consent of the copyright and trademark holders of this website.Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that information herewithin has been received from sources believed to be reliable and such information is believed to be accurate at the time of publishing, no warranties or assurances whatsoever are made in reference to accuracy or completeness of said information, and no liability whatsoever will be accepted for taking or failing to take any action upon any information contained in any part of this website.  Thank you for the consideration.

M/S ‘GALILEO’

Steel-hulled, Motor Sailing Vessel M/S ‘GALILEO’

Launched: 1992

Rebuilt: 2007

Length: 48.00 meters
Breadth: 10.00 meters
Draft: 2.80 meters
Crew: 16 – 18 persons
Cruising speed: 11.00 knots
Cabins: 25

Classification Society: RINA

Engines: Caterpillar 2 x 855 BHP

                                                                                                                                              OWNERS: Variety Cruises, Greece URL: http://www.varietycruises.com/                                                                                                                                                                               For Vessel Brochure, please click here (reproduced from Owners’ website).


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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014

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Motor Sailer ‘Galileo’ preparing for a private cruise to the Aegean Sea from Marina Zeas (Piraeus) in June 2014


© 2013-2014 Basil M Karatzas & Karatzas Marine Advisors & Co.  All Rights Reserved.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMERS:  Vessel description is provided in good faith and is believed to be correct and accurate but no assurances, warranties or representations are made herewith. Vessel description is provided for entertainment  purposes only. We have no responsibility whatsoever for any errors / omissions in vessel description.

Access to this blog signifies the reader’s irrevocable acceptance of this disclaimer. No part of this blog can be reproduced by any means and under any circumstances, whatsoever, in whole or in part, without proper attribution or the consent of the copyright and trademark holders of this website.Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that information herewithin has been received from sources believed to be reliable and such information is believed to be accurate at the time of publishing, no warranties or assurances whatsoever are made in reference to accuracy or completeness of said information, and no liability whatsoever will be accepted for taking or failing to take any action upon any information contained in any part of this website.  Thank you for the consideration.