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SUPERYACHTS SPOTTED IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

Perini Natali Maltese Falcon

Maltese Falcon

The 88 meters Perini Navi superyacht Maltese Falcon was built for the late American venture capitalist Tom Perkins, and is now owned by Elena Ambrosiadou.
The iconic three-masted schooner is one of the largest sailing yachts in the world.

Interiors are by Ken Freivokh: a mix of industrial chic and high tech. They feature leather, glass, wood and steel as well as a modern art collection and includes spa facilities, a fully-equipped superyacht gym and an al fresco cinema.
She has accommodation for 12 guests and is available for charter.

Adastra

ADASTRA is a 42.5 m luxury yacht, designed by John Shuttleworth and Jepsen Designs and built by McConaghy Boats.
This 42.5 metre multihull yacht has a spacious and contemporary interior with plenty of natural light. Her compact and elegant exterior deck opens straight out to the water and features an al fresco dining table and a large comfy sofa.
She can accommodate up to 9 guests.

Sailing Yacht A

Sailing Yacht A has been one of the most talked about superyacht. She is Andrey Melnichenko’s new toy and is designed by Philippe Stark and built by Nobiskrug.
She is famous for her distinctive design and extraordinary sails, and much of her interior remains hidden in secrecy. She has been spotted in Ibiza, Spain, La Spezia, Formentera and a number of other popular Mediterranean hotspots.

Al Lusail

The 123 meters Al Lusail luxury yacht was built in Germany by Lurssen.
She was designed by H2 Yacht Design, and the interior design was created by March & White.
She boasts March & White interiors and naval architecture and exteriors are designed by H2 Yacht Design.

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