America’s 100 Largest Yachts 2003 Page 12

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THE YACHT SPOTTER
With so many yachts afloat, how can you remember which one is ranked where? To aid you in your yacht-watching, we created “The Yacht Spotter.” So the next time you spot a megayacht, simply scan this alphabetized list and turn to the appropriate ranking to get the scoop. —D.M.B.

Affity

86

 

Lady Linda

96

Amorazur II

100

 

Lady Lola

11

Anson Bell

63

 

Lazy Z

49

Apogee

10

 

Libertad

19

April Fool

75

 

Limitless

2

Aria

71

 

Liquidity

77

Aurora B

53

 

Lone Ranger

5

Barbara Jean

25

 

Méduse

14

Bart Roberts

4

 

Michaela Rose

62

Battered Bull

38

 

Mi Gaea

68

Beauport

44

 

Monitor

83

Big Eagle

35

 

Montigne

84

Big Roi

9

 

Mylin IV

13

Blue Moon

50

 

Mystere

94

Cakewalk

12

 

Mystic

97

Calixe

17

 

Mystique

59

Capri

18

 

Noa VII

69

Chantal Ma Vie

82

 

Noble House

98

Charade

79

 

Northen Light

93

Charisma

81

 

Octopus

1

Daybreak

80

 

Pangaea

27

Detroit Eagle

87

 

Paraffin

15

D’Natalin

88

 

Pegasus

21

D’Natalin II

74

 

Perfect Persuasion

89

Dolce Far Niente

76

 

Perfect Prescription

31

Dream

43

 

Platinum

29

Enterprise V

45

 

Potomac

52

Evviva

64

 

Princess Valentina

57

Excellence III

22

 

Princess Marla

60

Floridian

65

 

Rasselas

39

Fortunate Sun

95

 

Revelation

34

Francine

85

 

Ronin

20

Gallant Lady (172 ft.)

36

 

Roxana

78

Gallant Lady (160 ft.)

67

 

Sea Jewel

90

Haida

46

 

Seahawk

99

Huntress

28

 

Shandor

58

Ice Bear

33

 

Skat

7

Illusion

48

 

Solemates

40

Indigo Star

51

 

Sunrise

42

Inspiration

72

 

Sycara III

24

Intuition II

16

 

Taipan

37

Invader

56

 

Tatoosh

3

Iroquois

54

 

Te Manu

61

Jamaica Bay II

47

 

Teddy

55

Kanaloa

70

 

Teleost

66

Katana

6

 

Teraaka

8

Katharine

30

 

The Highlander

91

Kisses

32

 

Themis

73

Kiss the Sky

41

 

Turmoil

92

Lady J

26

 

Ultima III

23

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

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