Offshore doesn't mean off limits from the law
The 124-meter (406-foot) Savarona often turns heads with her classic lines and bowspirit. Built by Blohm & Voss and launched in 1931, she has had quite an illustrious past: commissioned by the architect of the Brooklyn Bridge and owned by the founder of modern Turkey.
Unfortunately that gleaming past has gotten a bit tarnished in recent months. It seems the charter yacht had become something of a floating brothel in recent years. According to the Associated Press, ten individuals had been on trial since December for "facilitating" and "encouraging" an onboard prostitution ring. Of the ten, six were acquitted and four were convicted but later given suspended sentences due to good behavior.