Alyssa Haak Blog
The 210-foot Baton Rouge was positively dwarfed when docked her the 344-foot Lady Moura in the Monaco harbor:
In Antibes, the following yachts were docked for the winter:
Kingdom 5KR, Twizzle, Polar Star, Gu, Kismet, Anastasia, Phoenix2, and Dilbar:
Last week was the Monaco Yacht Show followed by some in-depth reporting along the Cote d'Azur.
It was a yacht-spotter's dream.
At one port, at least five of the PMY Top 100 were tucked in for winter.
Over the next few days, I'll post my pictures. But here's Pelorus to start. She was anchored off Antibes.
The Pitcairn Islands Study Center has issued a call for stories of travels and visits to Pitcairn Island. It's time for their second editon of Pitcairn - Port of Call, a maritime history of the island that includes every vessel to call on the island.
If you've captained, crewed, or rode along on a visit, send the following information (or questions) to firstname.lastname@example.org:Read Post
Oceanco has just launched another 86-meter yacht, Hull Number 706, designed by Nuvolari-Lenard.
Her owner's suite includes a lounge and deck with a whirlpool, and she can also sleep 12 in her 6 VIP suites. Her exterior swimming pool can be raised into a helipad.The two 4,680-hp MTUs are capable of reaching 20 knots.Read Post
The Maritimo M64 is an enclosed-bridge motoryacht that’s built to manage Australia’s notorious seas in nearly any weather. From Australia to America, the M64 will be turning a lot of heads. See why here. ▶
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