If you look at this yacht’s specifications below, you’re not seeing a typo with her engine package: She really only has one powerplant. Few other details are known about her, other than the fact that she was originally built to hold a hot-air balloon on her foredeck.
Y: 1986/1994; B: Fr. Schweers, Germany; N: Gerhard
Even though this yacht changed hands several months ago, Mystique still remains in American hands and still bears the same name. Over the summer whe it was spotted along he East Coast, specifically in Newport, Rhode Island.
Lady Michelle spent part of the spring in the Seychelles before heading to Greece, Croatia, and Sardinia, among other Med ports, for the summer. An Intrepid powerboat is among the variety of tenders and toys onboard.
Te Manu was chartered by at least one high-profile person this year: Peter Munk, a Canadian property developer, who was interviewed aboard while cruising in Montenegro. It was fitting, since he’s one of several investors in a megayacht marina being built in that country. As for the yacht, she has six staterooms, including a king
In keeping with her seemingly nonstop cruising schedule during the past several years, this 24-year-old has been seen on both sides of the pond this year. She departed the Med in midwinter for our side of the globe, stopping in New York, Boston, and then a few spots in Canada.
Featuring a Glade Johnson interior design, a first for Trinity, Anjilis was expected to be delivered around presstime. She’s owned by repeat clients of the yard (their previous yacht was a 124-footer) and features a swim platform big enough for all eight guests to gather aboard and a circular skylounge with views out to a
Talk about a major step: The owner of this yacht bought his first boat, a 126-footer, about a year before he purchased this one, which was already under construction at Trinity Yachts (the person who commissioned her, Rick Hendricks of NASCAR fame, decided to sign a contract for a bigger yacht instead). A series of large oval ports
Like Anjilis (see no 90), this lady has a 14-foot-deep swim platform. Imagine what it would be like to dine there, in a quiet anchorage-yes, dine there, possible thanks to sunshades that can be installed in holders in the deck.
We’ve mentioned it a few times over the years, but it bears repeating that this boat was the largest fiberglass yacht ever built in the USA throughout the 1990’s. She’s been cruising stateside for nearly two years.
Y: 1993; B: Admiral Marine Works USA; N: Bill Garden/Donald Starkey; H: fiberglass; E: 3/2,480-hp
Fishing and scuba diving are among the watersports the owner of Teleost enjoys-and you can, too, for a weekly charter rate of $225,000. Even her name evokes passion for the sea: It’s a type of prehistoric fish.
Y: 1998; B: Feadship/Royal Van Lent Shipyard, Holland; N: De Voogt Naval Architects; H: steel; E: 2/905-hp
A refit in 2007 saw this yacht gain a day head on the flying bridge and a wine "cellar" in the saloon. If the owners and guests prefer dining outside, there’s a 12- to 14-person table on the main aft deck and a ten- to 12-person table on the bridge deck-and both are in sight of 32-inch TVs.