World's 100 Largest Yachts 2009 Page 2

27.) Asean Lady | 289'0" (23)
Y: 2003; B: Yantai Raffles Shipyard, China; N: Ian Mitchell; H: steel; E: 1/2,000-hp Caterpillar

28.) Arctic P | 288'7" (24)
Y: 1969/1995; B: Schichau-Unterwasser A.G., Germany; N: Claus Kusch (conversion); H: steel; E: 2/4,400-hp Deutz-MWMs

29.) Ecstasea | 282'0" (25)
Y: 2004; B: Feadship/Royal Van Lent Shipyard, Holland; N: De Voogt International; H: steel; E: 4/3,100-hp MTUs and 1/33,000-hp GE turbine

30.) Kingdom 5KR | 281'9" (26)
Y: 1980; B: M&B Benetti, Italy; N: builder/JonBannenberg; H: steel; E: 2/3,000-hp Nohab Polars

31.) Vibrant Curiosity | 280'4"
Y: 2009; B: Oceanco, Holland; N: builder/Azure N.A.; H: steel; E: 2/4,680-hp MTUs

32.) Alysia | 279'8" (27)
Y: 2005; B: Neorion Syros Shipyards, Greece; N: unknown; H: steel; E: 2/2,750-hp Caterpillars

32.) Delma | 279'8" (28)
Y: 2004; B: Neorion Syros Shipyards, Greece; N: unknown; H: steel; E: 2/2,722-hp Caterpillars

34.) O’Mega | 270'7" (29)
Y: 1985/2004; B: Mitsubishi, Japan; N: builder/ Giorgio Vafiadis; H: steel; E: 2/2,000-hp Yanmars

35.) Alfa Nero | 269'0" (30) (tie)
Y: 2007; B: Oceanco, South Africa/Holland; N: builder/Nuvolari & Lenard; H: steel; E: 2/4,680-hp MTUs

35.) Sarafsa | 269'0" (31) (tie)
Y: 2008; B: Devonport Shipyard, England; N: Burness Corlet – Three Quays/Andrew Winch Designs; H: steel; E: unknown

37.) Golden Odyssey | 265'7" (32)
Y: 1990; B: Blohm & Voss, Germany; N: Platou; H: steel; E: 2/2,992-hp Deutz-MWMs

38.) Bart Roberts | 265'0" (33)
Y: 1963/1986/2002; B: Canadian Vickers, Canada; N: builder (original construction), Lennart Edstrm (conversion); H: steel; E: 2/2,000-hp Rustons

39.) Amevi | 262'5" (34) (tie)
Y: 2006; B: Oceanco, Holland; N: builder/Alberto Pinto/Nuvolari & Lenard; H: steel; E: 2/4,680-hp MTUs

39.) Constellation | 262'5" (tie)
Y: 1999; B: Oceanco, Holland; N: builder; H: steel; E: 2/8,160-hp MTUs

39.) Stargate | 262'5" (tie)
Y:2001; B: Oceanco, Holland; N: builder; H: steel; E: 2/8,160-hp MTUs

42.) Dubai Shadow | 259'2"
Y: 1973/2006; B: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan/Platinum Yachts, UAE; N: builder; H: steel; E: 2/3,200-hp Daihatsus

43.) Al Diriyah | 257'9" (35)
Y: 1960; B: National Bulk Carriers, Japan; N: builder; H: steel; E: 2/1,800-hp Fairbanks Morses

44.) Delphine | 257'8" (36)
Y: 1921/2003; B: Great Lakes Engineering Works, USA; N: Henry J. Gielow; H: steel; E: 2/750-hp Babcoq & Wilcox steam engines

45.) C2 | 257'3"
Y: 2008; B: Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany; N: builder; H: steel; E: 2/2,00-hp Caterpillars

46.) Madsummer | 257'2" (tie)
Y:2008; B: Lrssen, Germany; N: Espen ino N.A.; H: steel; E: 2/2,682-hp Caterpillars

46.) Eminence | 257'2" (37) (tie)
Y: 2008; B: Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany; N: builder/Reymond Langton Design; H: steel; E: 2/2,000-hp Caterpillars

48.) Montkaj | 256'0" (38)
Y: 1995; B: Amels, Holland; N: Terence Disdale; H: steel; E: 2/2,500-hp Caterpillars

49.) Lone Ranger | 255'0" (39)
Y: 1973/1994; B: Schichau-Unterwesser, Germany; N: Klaus Kusch (conversion); H: steel; E: 2/4,400-hp Deutz-MWMs

50.) Tueq | 254'6" (40)
Y: 2002; B: GNS Shipyard, Holland; N: De Voogt International; H: steel; E: 2/3,600-hp Wartsillas

51.) Samar | 252'6" (41)
Y: 2006; B: Devonport, England; N: Laurent Giles N.A.; H: steel; E: unknown

52.) Princess Mariana | 252'3" (42)
Y: 2003; B: Royal Denship, Denmark; N: Espen ino N.A.; H: steel; E: 2/2,570-hp Deutz-MWMs

53.) Lady Sarya | 250'4" (43)
Y: 1972/1974; B: Cantieri Navale Apuania, Italy; N: Rinaldo Gastaldi; H: steel; E: 2/3,340-hp MTUs

54.) Ocean Victory | 248'6"
Y:2008; B: Feadship; N:De Voogt N.A.; H: steel; E: 2/2,682-hp Caterpillars

55.) Anastasia | 247'7" (44)
Y: 2008; B: Oceanco, Holland; N: builder/Sam Sorgiovanni; H: steel; E: 2/3,648-hp MTUs

56.) Talitha G | 247'4" (45)
Y: 1929/1994; B: Krupps Kiel, Germany; N: Cox & Stevens; H: steel; E: 2/1,400-hp Caterpillars

57.) Giant | 247'0" (46)
Y: 2004 (refit); B: IHC Holland, Holland/refit at various yards; N: Amels, ME Consulting; H: steel; E: 2/3,400-hp Smith Bolnes

58.) Leander | 245'3" (47)
Y: 1992; B: Peenewerft Shipyard, Germany; N: builder; H: steel; E: 2/3,600-hp Deutz-MWMs

59.) Enigma | 244'4" (48)
Y: 1991; B: Blohm & Voss, Germany; N: Martin Francis; H: steel; E: 2/5,000-hp Deutz-MWMs with 1/18,500-hp GE turbine

60.) Ilona | 241'8" (49)
Y: 2003; B: Amels, Holland; N: builder/RedmanWhiteley Dixon; H: steel; E: 2/2,500-hp Caterpillars

61.) Salem | 241'0" (50)
Y: 1963/1998 (conversion); B: Devonport Yachts, England (conversion); N: Devonport (conversion); H: steel; E: 1/3,996-hp MAN B&W Alpha

62) Silver | 240'5" (51)
Y: 2007; B: Hanseatic Marine, Australia; N: Espen ino N.A.; H: aluminum; E: 2/4,000-hp MTUs

63.) Laurel | 240'0" (52)
Y: 2006; B: Delta Marine, USA; N: Delta Design Group; H: steel; E: 2/2,500-hp Caterpillars

64.) Siren | 239'8" (53)
Y: 2008; B: Nobiskrug, Germany; N: Newcruise; H: steel; E: unknown

65.) Predator | 238'8" (54)
Y: 2008; B: Feadship/Royal De Vries, Holland; N: De Voogt N.A.; H: steel; E: 4/5,793-hp MTUs

This article originally appeared in the July 2009 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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