13aug18--Lou will be thrilled. EnJoy EnJoy
Gene Machine - Superyacht by Amels Holland B.V. Motor yacht ⇔ 54.86m (179.99ft) ⇣ 3.5m (10'85 ") ⚖ 670tn ⚒ 2013.13/08/18 21.14
Thank you for coming back Portofino. Missed ya.13/08/18 20.14
6/26/2018 07:27The big one is the Wedge Too, owned by Issam Michael Fares a Lebanese businessman.
What's that giant yacht called?
So beautiful seeing all the yachts lined up and lights on the shoreline.
the 4 largest yachts in Port this evening are from right to left.... 'Siren', Elixir'(the largest here), 'Tatiana 1' & 'MY Cipitouba'. Elixir is only €325,000.00 a week plus expenses, if you have it spare ;-)
Morning all -- Impressive lineup today! This port is quite popular and very lovely. Coraline, I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me when I saw your price for chartering Air! Lou, cruising the Med sounds like a wonderful way to spend summers.
a full Port again today. from left to right as you look are....'Aroha', 'Zulu', 'Carson', 'Were Dreams' & 'Awatea'.
Air shares the same name as another larger yacht, which is currently in Malta.
6/8/2018 02:03From our right:AwateaHampshireAir (cost to charter for a week, $881,000.)Dyna R
hey Coraline, no i'm afraid i missed it. i've been enjoying the good weather here while it lasts x hey Janey, the order they park in is determined partly by their length, but also very importantly by their draft (how much hull sits under the waterline). you'll notice the really big yachts tend to moor in the same slip, this will be because its the deepest part of the Port. some yachts have no home port and spend all summer cruising the Med, and winter cruising the Caribbean with their owners or on charter. those that do own a mooring somewhere, will rent out their slip to other cruising yachts, while they themselves are travelling x
Moring Coraline, Lou -- Looks like a full house today. Is there any order in which they must park? I would think it's rather close quarters for the occupants of such luxury yachts, but maybe they like visiting back and forth :) And, I'm wondering if they are just cruising around and stopping off on their way to final destination. I assume most have a home port and just travel during the summer months, but I'm curious.
Hey Lou, did you by any chance see the 'Portofino Bandit' on Monday?