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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Lesley Shaw

    Sil: If you are interested in Mirgab VI. According to reports, heading to Gibralter. ETA 23.00 local time 4 October. Accommodates 16 guests, 8 cabins, 9 crew and built in Holland in 2010. If you have not seen the interior go to Google images and put in the search for the yacht. Not for charter. Think owner has already been posted.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Lou

    Thank You Sil ! xxx
    Have a wonderful week ! xxx

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Sil

    Lou dear! xxx Thanks so much for the info about Mirgab VI. You know I´ve got curious about these "boats" (what na offense!) - these spectacular yachts, because of you! You´re so passioned about them that we end up feeling the same! Thanks. I´m fine, working a lot (quite normal for the time in here). Hope you´re fine as well. Have a nice week ahead! xxx

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Ruby

    I guess there is nothing in the harbour or bay as they've all swanned off to Monaco!

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Lesley Shaw

    Hi Ruby: In case you come to the Portofino harbour website first, left you a message on Cannone Bay. Lesley

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Lou

    Hi Sil, i hope you are well xx
    it seems Mohammed Alshaya is the owner of the yacht Mirgab VI. The Alshaya family are the founders of the Alshaya Group, based in Kuwait. They own hotels such as the Sheraton Kuwait and also restaurants. The net worth of Mohammed Alshaya is estimated at USD 6.5 billion. His yacht Mirgab VI was built in the Netherlands at Hakvoort, his previous yacht the 144ft Mirgab V was built by Burger Yachts in the USA.
    previous yacht ... http://www.burgerboat.com/custom/fleet/mirgabv
    current yacht ... http://www.hakvoort.com/the-hakvoort-fleet/yachts/mirgab-vi/

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Sil

    Hi Lou! Long time no talk! :-) Is that big yacht 'Mirgab VI'? Do u know who the owner is?
    xoxoxo

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Alison Marsden

    Is that a swimming competition in progress??

  • avatar
    • 4 weeks ago
    • Lou

    the 160 ft Hakvoort built 'Mirgab VI' is the large yacht in Port today.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Lesley Shaw

    Skyfall. Now appears to be heading for Monaco. Would have been nice to see her in the bay.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Lesley Shaw

    Skyfall seems to be doing a turnabout

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Lesley Shaw

    Ruby - Think we are kindred spirits. Totally with you with all you've posted. Know this website is supposed to be about what we are seeing on the webcams but can't help telling you I'm going with a friend on Friday to the theatre to 'Dirty Dancing Tribute Show'. Hope to love the dancing and the lighting. And - We've got Strictly and Saturday!

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Lesley Shaw

    Not sure whether to post this here or on the Cannone Bay webcam site. Skyfall 58m looks to be coming into Portofino. 11 p.m. UK time. Another of John and Jeanette Stauppe 'James Bond' themed yachts from Sunrise Yachts. Think it will be in the bay because of it's size. Search 'Skyfall Yacht' on google will give good pics of the interior. Lovely. Not too much marble and ostentation. More like comfort.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Lesley Shaw

    Ruby - It's still there that party girl even if it's memories. You love the lights. I do too. There's nothing wrong loving cats. I'm totally with you. Keep remembering the dancing. When you've commented on the lights that are around the harbour and on the yachts in the bay. Know where you are coming from. We loved all that and now we like to see all the interesting craft that come into one of the lovely places in the world. It always looks so gentle to me. French Riviera so amassed with craft. I love to "pop into Portofino" and see what's going on. I put up the bay web cam and can leave it on for a couple of hours and just leave it on my screen.