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Photo Details
Photographer:foggy [View profile]Title:OctopusAdded:Feb 04, 2005
Location:Fort Lauderdale, Port Everglades, United States
Photo Category: Motor Yachts
Octopus at Port Everglades, FL. USA
March 2004
Vessel Identification
Flag:Cayman Islands
Technical Data
Vessel type:Yacht
Gross tonnage:9,932 tons
Summer DWT:1,680 tons
Length:126 m
Beam:21 m
Draught:5.9 m

Additional Information
Home port:George Town
Class society:Lloyd's Shipping Register
Build year:2003
AIS Information
Last known position:
36°21’43.73” N, 2°50’41.65” W
Speed, course (heading):
11.6kts, 261° (260°)
Location:Offshore Faro
Arrival:23rd Aug 2016
10:00:05 UTC
Last update:
6 days 10 hours ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2015 October 9th, 05:00:24 UTCValleetta
2015 October 9th, 05:00:07 UTCUw Operation
2015 September 15th, 15:00:37 UTCValletta
2015 September 15th, 15:00:13 UTCMellieha
2015 September 6th, 15:00:27 UTCVenice
2015 August 21st, 08:00:38 UTCGibraltar
2015 August 4th, 07:30:50 UTCReykjavik
2015 July 21st, 13:00:30 UTCReykyavik
2015 July 14th, 13:00:26 UTCCascais
2015 July 10th, 10:00:41 UTCGibraltar
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immen on Jan 23, 2006 16:20 (10 years ago)
Octopus is currently the world's second largest private superyacht (the largest, Rising Sun, is owned by Larry Ellison, the CEO of Oracle. Octopus is measured at 414 feet (126.18 meters) and was delivered in 2003 to its owner, Paul G. Allen. Octopus sports two helicopters on the top deck, and a sixty-three foot tender docked in the transom (one of seven aboard) as well as an eight-person submarine. Side hatches at the water line form a dock for jet skis.

It was designed by Espen Øino Naval Architects and built by the German shipbuilder Lürssen. Its hull is made of steel.

Kindregards from Gotland / Immen
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