Samar - IMO 1008190
|Photographer:||Chris Hunsicker [View profile]||Title:||Samar||Added:||Sep 05, 2006|
|Leaving Portsmouth harbour./08/06
On deck there’s a swimming pool, plunge pool, gymnasium, Internet café and clay pigeon shoot built into the design.
Inside, there’s a hi-tech stereo touch screen weighing nearly six tons.
|Gross tonnage:||2,159 tons|
|Summer DWT:||317 tons|
|Last known position:|
|35°54’17.22” N, 14°31’47.71” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|13.2kts, 214° (216°)|
|Arrival:||6th Oct 2017|
|1 month 16 days ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 October 6th, 07:30:15 UTC||Valletta|
|2017 October 3rd, 06:30:18 UTC||Bizerte|
|2017 September 30th, 05:30:31 UTC||Genoa|
|2017 September 22nd, 08:30:09 UTC||St Tropez|
|2017 September 13th, 08:30:34 UTC||Marina Di Carrara|
|2017 September 9th, 12:30:12 UTC||Cannes|
|2017 August 31st, 14:30:43 UTC||St Tropez|
|2017 August 29th, 16:30:52 UTC||Palma De Mallorca|
|2017 August 19th, 05:00:12 UTC||Vallettas|
|2017 July 21st, 07:30:03 UTC||Valletta||
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Hi Phil I know she was originally called Lana there is a story I have heard regarding this but I cannot print it.
The hull was actually built at the old Appledore Shipbuilders facility in Devon, which is now owned by Devonport Yachts. She was originally to be called Lana until purchased by said millionaire..... |
Hi Den, I have quoted £70 million that is the top of the range quotes being banded about. At the lower end it was £40 million. Whatever it is it is still a lot of cash.
Taken from the Western Morning News:
…the yacht, built at Devonport Management Limited’s yacht building arm Devonport Yachts, was built for a Kuwait-based millionaire businessman who is a senior figure in a company which specialises in the engineering and financial sectors...
…the yacht is called ‘Samar’, after the owner’s daughter.
At nearly 77 metres (253ft), it is the biggest yacht to be built in the UK since the 125 metre Royal Yacht Britannia more than 50 years ago.
Boasting five decks, accommodation for 12 passengers, 20 crew and four staff, a glass staircase running through the centre of the vessel, a fully-fitted gymnasium, a steam room and hot and cold pools on the upper deck, the boat is the epitome of luxury.
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Nice yacht! Any idea who built her?
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