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America’s 200 Largest Yachts - 151-160
America’s 200 Largest Yachts

151-160: Sensei to Marlena

By Diane M. Byrne

   

153. Alta
Photo: Donna & Ken Chesler
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151. SENSEI 127'0" 1990/1996
Sensei was refitted more than five years ago to house two Harley-Davidsons in individual aft garages. The yacht was put up for sale last year after the owners died suddenly, and while we've heard a buyer did emerge, we've been unable to determine if the name has changed. B: Mitsubishi Industries, Japan/Admiral Marine, USA; N: Builder/Glade Johnson; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/1,000-hp Mitsubishis

152. STAR OF AMERICA 127'0" 1991
This charter yacht is a familiar sight in New York Harbor. B: Freeport Shipbuilding, USA; N: David Carambat; H: Aluminum; E: 2/375-hp Caterpillars

153. ALTA 127'0" 1987
Previously known as Talon, an active charter yacht for many years, Alta is also a charter yacht. We expect her current owner was undoubtedly impressed by the fact that the yacht had made several transatlantic crossings over the past decade. B: Picchiotti, Italy; N: Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/625-hp Caterpillars

154. SWEET PEA 126'6" 1985
This lady once belonged to famed talk-show host Merv Griffin. B: Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany; N: Tom Fexas/Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/1,960-hp MTUs

155. ACANIA 126'0" 1929
Acania, a classic fantail motoryacht, once belonged to silent film actress Constance Bennett. The U.S. government used her for a variety of things in World War II and during the early years of the space program. She's now a West Coast-based private cruiser. B: Pusey & Jones, USA; N: J. H. Wells; H: Steel; E: unknown

156. BIG EASY 126'0" 2001
Felix Sabates, co-owner of Trinity Yachts, and his wife Carolyn named their yacht in honor of the town where she was built. B: Trinity Yachts, USA; N: Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/1,350-hp Caterpillars

157. EMERALD ISLE 126'0" 1992
This yacht is reknown for having emerald tones throughout her interior (hence her name). She charters for $60,000 per week in the Caribbean. B: Christensen Shipyards, USA; N: Builder; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/1,080-hp Detroit Diesels

158. LADY ALLISON 126'0" 1978
Leonard Stern, chief executive of pet-food company Hartz Mountain Corp. and a major developer of the Meadowlands Sports Complex in New Jersey, named this yacht after his wife. B: Feadship/De Vries Scheepsbouw, Holland; N: H. De Voogt Naval Architects; H: Steel; E: 2/650-hp Caterpillars

159. LA MONTRACHET 126'0" 1986
A casino operator commissioned this yacht and sold her a few years later. Her interior is marked by an amidships staircase on the main deck that leads to the guest staterooms below--a departure from the more traditional placement to one side of the yacht. B: Broward Marine, USA; N: Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/1,350-hp Caterpillars

160. MARLENA 126'0" 1998
Sam Gershowitz, the New Yorker who owns the Star Island Yacht Club in Montauk, named his huge yachtfisherman for his wife. B: Trinity Yachts, USA; N: Builder/Doug Sharp; H: Aluminum; E: 2/3,500-hp Alsthom Paxmans

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This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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