Posts Tagged With 'Greece'
By Merijn de WaardSuperyacht Lullaby II in Marina Zeas, Piraeaus GreeceThe 34.50 metre superyacht Lullaby II seen at her home berth at Marinas Zeas in Piraeus, Greece. Lullaby II was built by the Italian shipyard Benetti Sail Division in 1992 as Genca and has been based in Greece for over 10 years. Twin 510hp Caterpillar engines propel this private motor yacht to a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.... Read More
Photo by Maarten JanssenSuperyacht Pollux in PorosPollux is an Akhir 110 built in 2000 by Cantieri di Pisa. Her interior designed by Don Starkey provides space and comfort through a fusion of Japanese and art deco themes. The yacht can accommodate 8-10 guests in 4 spacious cabins all located on the lower deck. She is a popular charter yacht, and is available for charter through... Read More
Photo by Maarten JanssenEliki in GreecePerhaps not the prettiest superyacht by today’s standards, or the largest, but when she was launched back in 1960, the 39.60 metre Eliki (then called Triaina) was considered a very large superyacht. I took this photo of her in Greece last summer, where she seems to spend most of her days. She was built in The Netherlands by Botje Ensing & Co, a shipyard that launched only one other superyacht, the larger Zurga, measuring 48.51 metres. Even though there is a considerable size difference, the yachts look very much... Read More
Photo by Maarten JanssenFleurtje?in PorosFleurtje was built in 1960 in Amsterdam, and has been constantly updated by?owners. As a result?she is in excellent condition today. Gerard Dijkstra, the acclaimed naval architect, was brought in a few years ago to optimize sailing performance of this three masted schooner. She is seen here this summer anchored off the Greek Island... Read More
Photo by Maarten Janssen Superyacht Iraklis L in GreeceThe 35.5 metre superyacht Iraklis L was built in 2009 at the Onar yard in Perama, Greece. She can accommodate up to 14 guests in 6 cabins, and inside features beautiful rich red-tone woods throughout, in an interior designed by Lally Poulias. The yacht is available for... Read More
Photo and text by Maarten JanssenThe 28 metre classic Feadship Najade in?Greece The 28 metre?Najade?was built by Feadship Royal Van Lent in The Netherlands in 1965.?Najade, which is currently for sale asking?€ 3,500,000, offers?accommodation for up to 9 guests in 5 cabins.?Twin 235 hp Gardner engines give a gentle cruising speed of 10 knots. She is seen here this summer at anchor off Poros town in... Read More
Photo and text by Maarten JanssenSuperyacht Obsession in?Greece The 30,7 metre Obsession (ex; Marymar Ven; RoVA D was built by Falcon Yachts in 2000, in the Falcon 100 series. Obsession cruises at 29 knots, and offers accommodation for up to 10 guests. She is available for charter through Aris Drivar Yachts in Greece. She is seen here this spring at anchor off the West coast of Poros in... Read More