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ROE is a 73.6 m Motor Yacht, built in Turkey by Turquoise Yachts and delivered in 2022.

Her top speed is 17.0 kn, her cruising speed is 15.0 kn, and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 7000.0 nm at 12.0 kn, with power coming from two Caterpillar diesel engines. She can accommodate up to 14 guests in 7 staterooms, with 17 crew members. She has a gross tonnage of 1558.0 GT and a 14.2 m beam.

She was designed by Andrea Vallicelli , who has designed 32 other superyachts in the BOAT Pro database.

The naval architecture was developed by Turquoise Yachts , who has architected 17 other superyachts in the BOAT Pro database, and the interior of the yacht was designed by Ken Freivokh , who has 136 other superyacht interiors designed in the BOAT Pro database - she is built with a Teak deck, a Steel hull, and Aluminium superstructure.

ROE is in the top 5% by LOA in the world. She is one of 117 motor yachts in the 70-80m size range, and, compared to similarly sized motor yachts, her cruising speed is 0.27 kn above the average.

ROE is currently sailing under the Cayman Islands flag, the 2nd most popular flag state for superyachts with a total of 1401 yachts registered. She is currently located at the superyacht marina Portosole, in Italy, where she has been located for 3 weeks. For more information regarding ROE's movements, find out more about BOAT Pro AIS .

Specifications

  • Yacht Type: Motor Yacht
  • Yacht Subtype: Displacement
  • Builder: Turquoise Yachts
  • Naval Architect: Turquoise Yachts
  • Exterior Designer: Andrea Vallicelli
  • Interior Designer: Ken Freivokh
  • Refits: 2023

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MAIN SPECIFICATIONS

  • LOA: 73.6m/239. 5 ft
  • BEAM OVERALL: 14.2m/46.6 ft
  • DRAFT: 4.05m/13.3 ft
  • GROSS TONAGE: 1630
  • MAX SPEED: 17 Knots Approx.
  • MATERIAL: Steel Hull & Aluminium Superstructure
  • CLASS: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping; +100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6, + LMC, UMS
  • EXTERIOR DESIGN: A. Valicelli Yacht Design
  • INTERIOR DESIGN: Ken Freivokh Design
  • NAVAL ARCHITECTURE: Turquoise Yachts
  • MAIN ENGINES: Caterpillar 3516C, A-rating, 2448 BHP (1825 kW)
  • GENERATORS: Caterpillar, 3 x 200 ekW C9 DITA
  • STABILIZERS: Quantum, Zero Speed
  • FLAG: Cayman Islands

ACCOMMODATIONS

  • TENDERS & TOYS: 1 Limousine Tender 10M/32.8FT 1 Guest Tender 8M/20FT 1 Rescue/Crew Tender Jet Ski & Wave Runners Owner's Supply
  • GUEST ACCOMMODATION: 1 Owner's Suite with Private Deck and Jacuzzi, 6 Guest Cabins, Main Saloon, Dining Room, Full Beam Upper Sky Lounge and Bar, Beach Club, Massage Rooms, Steam Room, Indoor/Outdoor Gym, 7M Poll, Elevator From Garage to Sundeck.
  • CREW ACCOMMODATION: 1 Captain Cabin, 6 Double Crew Cabins, 4 Single Crew Cabins.

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74.6m  /  244'9 | turquoise yachts | 2021.

Owner & Guests

Cabin Configuration

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Special Features:

  • Master cabin with study
  • State-of-the-art cinema
  • Swimming pool
  • Two VIP cabins
  • Lloyds Register ✠ 100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6, ✠ LMC, UMS classification

The 74.6m/244'9" motor yacht 'Roe' (ex. Project Vallicelli) was built by Turquoise Yachts in Turkey at their Istanbul shipyard. Her interior is styled by British designer design house Ken Freivokh and she was delivered to her owner in October 2021. This luxury vessel's exterior design is the work of Andrea Vallicelli.

Guest Accommodation

Roe has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 suites comprising two VIP cabins. Additionally, there are 11 staff cabins aboard. She is also capable of carrying up to 19 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

Onboard Comfort & Entertainment

Her features include steam room, movie theatre, beauty salon, satellite communications, beach club, gym, WiFi and air conditioning.

Range & Performance

Roe is built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. Powered by twin diesel Caterpillar (3516C) 2,575hp engines, she comfortably cruises at 14 knots, reaches a maximum speed of 17 knots. Roe features at-anchor stabilizers providing exceptional comfort levels. She was built to Lloyds Register ✠ 100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6, ✠ LMC, UMS classification society rules.

Length 74.6m / 244'9
Beam 14.2m / 46'7
Draft 4.05m / 13'3
Gross Tonnage 1,630 GT
Cruising Speed 14 Knots
Built
Builder Turquoise Yachts
Model Custom
Exterior Designer Andrea Vallicelli
Interior Design Ken Freivokh

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Specification

M/Y Roe

Length 74.6m / 244'9
Builder
Exterior Designer Andrea Vallicelli
Interior Design Ken Freivokh
Built | Refit 2021
Model
Beam 14.2m / 46'7
Gross Tonnage 1,630 GT
Draft 4.05m / 13'3
Cruising Speed 14 Knots
Top Speed 17 Knots

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The stately 73.6m/239.5ft superyacht ROE was built by Turkish shipyard Turquoise Yachts under the hull name NB66 and launched in 2021. Her naval architecture was the work of the shipyard, with Andrea Vallicelli producing the exterior styling and the interiors by Ken Freivokh. The styling is designed to be harmonious and balanced in its colours, creating a warm and inviting environment filled with an abundance of natural light. The accommodation sleeps a total of 14 guests over 7 en-suite cabins, with a professional crew of 11 for impeccable service.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF ROE: ~Two Jacuzzis ~Swimming pool ~Foredeck helipad ~Beach club ~Owner's private suite with office ~Versatile guest accommodation ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi

The lower deck comes with a large swim platform with direct access to the beach club for relaxing close to the water. Stairs lead to the main deck aft, where there is a large swimming pool and sun loungers placed along the sides. An alfresco lounge/casual dining area is placed in the shade beneath the upper deck overhang, and a starboard stairway along the starboard side leads to the deck above.

The upper deck aft comes with two aft-facing corner sofas, drinks tables and two large circular sofa beds near the stern. The elegant alfresco dining area is placed under the overhang for dining at any time of the day. The upper deck forward is the Owner's private terrace and has sunbathing, lounging and casual dining facilities along with a Jacuzzi and direct access to the helipad.

The bridge deck aft has a Jacuzzi for all guests near the stern, a sunbed, sun loungers and a sofa to the port and starboard sides. Another large sunbed can be found on the sundeck forward, and the C-shaped sofas grants guests a place to relax with cocktails and a commanding view of the surroundings.

The lower deck hosts the crew accommodation, with the tender garage amidships and a large beach club in the stern that has a fold-down terrace on both sides.

The main deck hosts the guest accommodation forward, with the galley and main foyer amidships and the formal dining area and main salon aft.

ROE Specifications

Type/Year:Turquoise Yachts/2021 
Refit: 
Beam:12.5m (41') 
L.O.A.:73.6m (239'5'') 
Crew:21 
Guests:14 
Max Speed:17 knots 
Cabins:7 
Engines: 
Cruise Speed: 
Builder/Designer: , ,  
Locations:  

The upper deck is also the Owner's deck, and has a spacious 100m2/1,076ft2 Owner's suite with large windows for extensive views and an abundance of natural light. The bedroom is also attached to a private office and has direct access to the foredeck as a private outdoor terrace. There is also a skylounge on this level which can be shared with the other guests or dedicated to private use.

The engines provide a top speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots and an extensive cruising range of 7,000 nautical miles at an economical 12 knots.

Yacht Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps a total of 14 guests across 7 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 6 further guest cabins that can be converted into salons for the adjoining cabins. ~ The expert crew of 10 are accommodated on the lower deck, with the Captain's cabin on the bridge deck.

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We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 73.6m (239'5'') yacht ROE, so please enquire for more information.

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This exciting revised 47m New Build has been updated by H2 Design LTD. with fresh clean sharper lines the design is both modern and yet graceful and timeless.

New features include a beach club with access onto an extended swim platform, extra large hull windows that give tremendous feeling of light into the owners suite and a revised foredeck arrangement for all the tenders and toys required. Care was taken to keep the view clear from the yacht so all Fashion plates on both main and upper decks have been removed to provide an open linear appearance. The sun deck also takes on a new arrangement with the addition of a Jacuzzi centrally located and plenty of seating as well as a bar. The allure of the 47m is that it skillfully offers the owner a flexible and functional layout typically found on a larger yacht. Whilst the main deck boasts an elegant main saloon and dining area, there is also the option to relax and entertain in the full beam upper deck lounge, a generous multi-functional space for all the family. The full height hull windows in the owner’s cabin and upper deck saloon offer extraordinary vistas, again more typically associated with a larger vessel.

The lower deck has been completely reconsidered providing two spacious VIP’s and two Guest Cabins, all of which offer pullman bunks for extra accommodation. An extra cabin has been positioned behind the bridge to provide extra guest accommodation when required.

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Who Owns Which Superyacht? (A Complete Guide)

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Have you ever wondered who owns the most luxurious, extravagant, and expensive superyachts? Or how much these lavish vessels are worth? In this complete guide, we’ll explore who owns these magnificent vessels, what amenities they hold, and the cost of these incredible yachts.

We’ll also take a look at some of the most expensive superyachts in the world and the notable people behind them.

Get ready to explore the world of superyachts and the people who own them!

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Short Answer

The ownership of superyachts is generally private, so the exact answer to who owns which superyacht is not always publicly available.

However, there are some notable superyacht owners that are known.

For example, Larry Ellison, the co-founder of Oracle, owns the Rising Sun, which is the 11th largest superyacht in the world.

Other notable owners include Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.

Overview of Superyachts

The term superyacht refers to a large, expensive recreational boat that is typically owned by the worlds wealthy elite.

These vessels are designed for luxury cruising and typically range in size from 24 meters to over 150 meters, with some even larger.

Superyachts usually feature extensive amenities and creature comforts, such as swimming pools, outdoor bars, movie theaters, helipads, and spas.

Superyachts can range in price from $30 million to an astonishingly high $400 million.

Like most luxury items, the ownership of a superyacht is a status symbol for those who can afford it.

The list of superyacht owners reads like a whos who of billionaires, with names like Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

The most expensive superyacht in the world is owned by the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.

While some superyacht owners prefer to keep their vessels out of the public eye, others have made headlines with their extravagant amenities.

Some of the most famous superyachts feature swimming pools, private beaches, helicopter pads, on-board cinemas, and luxurious spas.

In conclusion, owning a superyacht is an exclusive status symbol for the world’s wealthy elite.

These vessels come with hefty price tags that can range from $30 million to over $400 million, and feature some of the most luxurious amenities imaginable.

Notable owners include the Emir of Qatar, Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

Who are the Owners of Superyachts?

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From Hollywood celebrities to tech billionaires, superyacht owners come from all walks of life.

Many of the most well-known owners are billionaires, including Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

Other notable owners include Hollywood stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Johnny Depp.

However, not all superyacht owners are wealthy.

Many are everyday people who have worked hard and saved up to purchase their dream vessel.

Other notable billionaire owners include Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, and former US President Donald Trump.

These luxurious vessels come with hefty price tags that can range from $30 million to over $400 million.

For many superyacht owners, their vessels serve as a status symbol of wealth and luxury.

Some owners prefer to keep their yachts out of the public eye, while others have made headlines with their extensive amenities – from swimming pools and helicopter pads to on-board cinemas and spas.

Many of these yachts are designed to the owner’s exact specifications, ensuring that each one is totally unique and reflects the owner’s individual tastes and personality.

Owning a superyacht is an exclusive club, reserved for those with the means and the desire to experience the ultimate in luxury.

Whether they are billionaires or everyday people, superyacht owners are all united in their love of the sea and their appreciation for the finer things in life.

The Most Expensive Superyacht in the World

When it comes to superyachts, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar, certainly knows how to make a statement.

His luxury vessel, the 463-foot Al Mirqab, holds the title of the world’s most expensive superyacht.

Built in 2008 by German shipbuilder Peters Werft, this impressive yacht is complete with 10 luxurious cabins, a conference room, cinema, and all the amenities one would expect from a vessel of this magnitude.

In addition, the Al Mirqab features a helipad, swimming pool, and even an outdoor Jacuzzi.

With a price tag of over $400 million, the Al Mirqab is one of the most expensive yachts in the world.

In addition to the Emir of Qatar, there are several other notable owners of superyachts.

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos all own luxurious vessels.

Bezos yacht, the aptly named The Flying Fox, is one of the longest superyachts in the world at a staggering 414 feet in length.

The Flying Fox also comes with a host of amenities, such as a helipad, swimming pool, spa, and multiple outdoor entertaining areas.

Bezos also reportedly spent over $400 million on the vessel.

Other notable owners of superyachts include Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who owns the $200 million Kingdom 5KR, and Oracle founder Larry Ellison, who owns the $200 million Rising Sun.

There are also many lesser-known owners, such as hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin, who owns the $150 million Aviva, and investor Sir Philip Green, who owns the $100 million Lionheart.

No matter who owns them, superyachts are sure to turn heads.

With their impressive size, luxurious amenities, and hefty price tags, these vessels have become a symbol of wealth and prestige.

Whether its the Emir of Qatar or a lesser-known owner, the worlds superyacht owners are sure to make a statement.

Notable Superyacht Owners

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When it comes to the wealthiest and most luxurious owners of superyachts, the list reads like a whos who of the worlds billionaires.

At the top of the list is the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who holds the distinction of owning the most expensive superyacht in the world.

Aside from the Emir, other notable owners include Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

All of these owners have made headlines with their extravagant vessels, which are typically priced between $30 million and $400 million.

The amenities that come with these vessels vary greatly from owner to owner, but they almost always include luxurious swimming pools, helicopter pads, on-board cinemas, and spas.

Some owners opt for more extravagant features, such as submarines, personal submarines, and even their own personal submarines! Other owners prefer to keep their vessels out of the public eye, but for those who prefer a more showy approach, they can certainly make a statement with a superyacht.

No matter who owns the vessel, it’s no surprise that these superyachts are a status symbol among the world’s wealthiest.

Whether you’re trying to impress your peers or just looking to enjoy a luxurious outing, owning a superyacht is the ultimate way to show off your wealth.

What Amenities are Included on Superyachts?

Owning a superyacht is a sign of wealth and prestige, and many of the worlds most prominent billionaires have their own vessels.

The most expensive superyacht in the world is owned by the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, while other notable owners include Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

The cost of a superyacht can range from $30 million to over $400 million, but the price tag doesnt quite capture the sheer extravagance and amenities of these vessels.

Superyachts come with all the comforts of home, and then some.

Many owners will equip their vessels with swimming pools, helicopter pads, on-board cinemas, spas, and other luxury amenities.

The interior of a superyacht can be custom-designed to the owners specifications.

Some owners opt for modern, sleek designs, while others prefer a more traditional look.

Many of the most luxurious yachts feature marble floors, walk-in closets, and custom-made furniture.

Some vessels even come with a full-service gym, complete with exercise equipment and trained professionals.

Other amenities may include a library, casino, media room, and private bar.

When it comes to outdoor amenities, superyachts have some of the most impressive features in the world.

Many yachts come with outdoor entertainment areas, complete with full kitchens, dining rooms, and lounge areas.

Some owners even opt for hot tubs or jacuzzis for relaxing afternoons in the sun.

And, of course, there are the jet skis, water slides, and other exciting water activities that come with many of these vessels.

No matter what amenities a superyacht has, it is sure to be an experience like no other.

From the sleek interiors to the luxurious outdoor features, these vessels provide a unique, luxurious experience that is unrivaled on land.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing escape or an exciting adventure, a superyacht is sure to provide.

How Much Do Superyachts Cost?

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When it comes to superyachts, the sky is the limit when it comes to cost.

These luxury vessels come with hefty price tags that can range from anywhere between $30 million to over $400 million.

So, if youre in the market for a superyacht, youre looking at an investment that could easily break the bank.

The cost of a superyacht is driven by a variety of factors, including size, amenities, and customization.

Generally, the larger the yacht, the more expensive it will be.

Superyachts typically range in size from 100 feet to over 200 feet, and they can be as wide as 40 feet.

The bigger the yacht, the more luxurious features and amenities it will have.

Amenities also play a significant role in the cost of a superyacht.

While some owners prefer to keep their yachts out of the public eye, others have made headlines with their extensive amenities.

From swimming pools and helicopter pads to on-board cinemas and spas, the sky is the limit when it comes to customizing a superyacht.

The more amenities a superyacht has, the more expensive it will be.

Finally, customization is another major factor that will drive up the cost of a superyacht.

Many luxury vessels have custom-designed interiors that are tailored to the owners tastes.

From custom furniture and artwork to lighting and audio systems, the cost of a superyacht can quickly escalate depending on the level of customization.

In short, the cost of a superyacht can vary widely depending on its size, amenities, and customization.

While some may be able to get away with spending a few million dollars, others may end up spending hundreds of millions of dollars on their dream yacht.

No matter what your budget is, its important to do your research and find out exactly what youre getting for your money before signing on the dotted line.

Keeping Superyachts Out of the Public Eye

When it comes to owning a superyacht, some owners prefer to keep their vessels out of the public eye.

Understandably, these individuals are concerned with privacy and discretion, and therefore tend to take measures to ensure their yachts are not visible to outsiders.

For instance, some superyacht owners opt to keep their vessels in private marinas, away from the public areas of larger ports.

Additionally, some yacht owners may choose to hire security guards to patrol and protect their vessels while they are moored or sailing.

In addition to physical security, some superyacht owners also use technology to keep their vessels out of the public eye.

For example, a yacht owner may choose to install a satellite-based communications system that allows them to keep their vessel completely off-radar.

This system works by bouncing signals off satellites rather than transmitting them, making it virtually impossible for anyone to track the yachts movements.

Finally, some superyacht owners also choose to limit the number of people who have access to their vessels.

For instance, the owner may only allow family members and close friends to board the yacht.

Additionally, the owner may choose to employ a limited number of staff to help maintain the vessel and keep it running smoothly.

These individuals may be required to sign non-disclosure agreements to ensure they do not disclose any information about the yacht or its owner.

Overall, while some superyacht owners may choose to keep their vessels out of the public eye, there are still plenty of other ways to show off the opulence associated with owning a superyacht.

From swimming pools and helicopter pads to on-board cinemas and spas, there are many luxurious amenities that can make a superyacht the envy of any jet setter.

Final Thoughts

Superyachts are a symbol of luxury and status, and the list of yacht owners reads like a who’s who of billionaires.

From the Emir of Qatar’s world-record breaking $400 million yacht to Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s vessel with a helicopter pad and on-board spa, the amenities of these luxury vessels are truly stunning.

With prices ranging from $30 million to over $400 million, owning a superyacht is an expensive endeavor.

Whether you’re looking to purchase one or just curious to learn more about the owners and their amenities, this guide will provide you with all the information you need to stay up to date with the superyacht scene.

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The human side of yacht ownership

How would you characterise the typical yacht owner? Whatever you may have been led to believe, the truth is simple: for most, it’s about using their yachts for precious family time, and for many it’s also about using their yachts for good.

There’s a theme that is repeated on countless yachts large and small the world over – superyachting, for most, is not about being seen but rather the opposite. It’s about yacht families and their friends enjoying precious, private moments away from the pressures of demanding business lives and the long hours running those businesses can entail.

“I have an extended family, and when our schedules allow we all like to gather on the yacht and spend some quality time as a family,” Douglas Barrowman , owner of the yacht Turquoise , told Superyacht Life back in 2017. “There is no place like a yacht for family togetherness.”

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Douglas Barrowman with family

A love of the sea, adventure and technology

Superyachts and yacht ownership are also a way to explore the world around us, and to interact with and grow to understand extraordinarily diverse communities from remote Pacific islands to the Scandinavian Arctic. It’s something that inspired tech entrepreneur Jasper Smith to combine his love of adventure and his love of the sea with an opportunity for owners to give back while indulging their passion.

“I have always had a deep passion for the ocean,” Smith says. “I grew up watching Jacques Cousteau movies and being enthralled at the idea of being challenged by an endeavour.” When he set out to find his own perfect explorer yacht, however, he realised it didn’t yet exist. His answer was to create Arksen. “My aim with Arksen was to create the perfect machines to enable adventure,” he enthuses. “I also wanted to build sustainable boats which considered full life cycles, from material sourcing to recycling.”

That’s not all – Arksen also asks owners of its yachts to sign up to a pledge it calls 10% for the Ocean, where they will donate 10% of their vessel’s time to philanthropic activities. “A lot of people who have the money feel a responsibility to try and make sure that the oceans are well looked after,” Smith explains. “The people that are attracted to Arksen are passionate about the ocean and want to go off on slightly more advanced expeditions and trips. With that audience, there is a tremendous buy-in to the boat being for more than just their own purposes.”

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Superyachts as a force for good

It speaks to the heart of the matter, which is that the superyacht industry and yacht owners in particular have a heart – they care about preserving the environment they enjoy, and they care about the communities they interact with who make them feel so welcome when they visit. It’s reflected in the smallest of gestures, such as donating materials and books to local schools, to the largest – helping with last-mile delivery of critical disaster relief. It’s about superyachts giving back.

It’s a positive-impact attitude toward humanity that is quietly typified by hundreds of superyacht owners, who often prefer to do their thing under the radar rather than take false glory for their philanthropic or humanitarian endeavours. For some it’s as straightforward as getting involved in projects with organisations like YachtAid Global . For others, their endeavours become a key reason for yachting.

American superyacht owner Carl Allen is a prime example of these philanthropic yacht owners. After selling his company, and having enjoyed chartering and owning yachts as a family for years, Allen set up Allen Explorations to deliver a full programme of projects, ranging from historical shipwreck searches and environmental research to disaster relief. Indeed, Allen’s support yacht Axis played a vital role in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian – one of the most powerful storms ever to hit the Bahamas.

“We had to drop everything and help after the hurricane,” says Allen. “ Axis delivered over £700,000 of supplies and made multiple trips to Little Grand island in the Bahamas. We’ve turned it into the epitome of how to organise hurricane relief.” The team helped get the local school back up and running, and organised for a group from Florida Power and Light to help restore power. “The island also lost their water tower,” he adds, “so we delivered four tanks on  Axis .”

The human side of yacht ownership

Jasper Smith

Celebrating the good in the superyachting good life

From family time to time spent embracing the global family, superyacht owners have a far greater positive impact than many assume from preconceived ideas about what a superyacht is and the sort of person who owns or charters one. It’s one of the reasons The Superyacht Life Foundation, in association with the Monaco Yacht Show , has unveiled The Honours, which is a way to celebrate the people of our industry rather than the yachts which so often get sole focus. It’s about recognising the extraordinary contributions that people make, the change they inspire, the opportunities they create, and the lives they change.

On 26 September, the eve of the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show, three honourees – nominated by people from across the superyacht industry, and selected from a shortlist by an expert panel of industry judges – will be feted for their work and contribution to superyachting. These are industry professionals and yacht owners who epitomise what superyachting can do. These are people who highlight the good in the superyachting good life.

Yacht owners, impactful journeys

All around the globe, yacht owners are enjoying precious time on their yachts with family and friends, and many are also realising that their yachts can be a force for good and for change, tying in with their philanthropic works and humanitarian endeavours.

“Our yacht is a platform for much of our life,” offers Joe Anderson , co-owner of the Benovia Winery in California with his wife, Mary Dewane. “For instance, we used it at a fundraiser for cystic fibrosis in Baltimore at the 200th anniversary of the Star-Spangled Banner event. The Blue Angels were flying overhead and used Bella Una [the couple’s yacht] as a GPS coordinate and performed flybys, tipping their wings at us. It was quite a thrill. Having a yacht is a way to keep the family intact, enjoy time with friends and have fun.”

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ROE Luxury Motor Yacht by Turquoise Yachts

Motor Yacht ROE

This exciting revised 47m new build has been updated by h2 design ltd. with fresh clean sharper lines the design is both modern and yet graceful and timeless..

New features include a beach club with access onto an extended swim platform, extra large hull windows that give tremendous feeling of light into the owners suite and a revised foredeck arrangement for all the tenders and toys required. Care was taken to keep the view clear from the yacht so all Fashion plates on both main and upper decks have been removed to provide an open linear appearance. The sun deck also takes on a new arrangement with the addition of a Jacuzzi centrally located and plenty of seating as well as a bar. The allure of the 47m is that it skillfully offers the owner a flexible and functional layout typically found on a larger yacht. Whilst the main deck boasts an elegant main saloon and dining area, there is also the option to relax and entertain in the full beam upper deck lounge, a generous multi-functional space for all the family. The full height hull windows in the owner’s cabin and upper deck saloon offer extraordinary vistas, again more typically associated with a larger vessel.

The lower deck has been completely reconsidered providing two spacious VIP’s and two Guest Cabins, all of which offer pullman bunks for extra accommodation. An extra cabin has been positioned behind the bridge to provide extra guest accommodation when required.

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Who Owns Superyachts In 2023 —And What Does That Mean For You As Crew?

Where once oligarchs, oil tycoons, royals and old money ruled the roost in the yachting world, tech billionaires have increasingly dominated the superyacht market. Who are these people — and more importantly — what does their different style of ‘yachting’ mean for you as crew?

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The list of tech billionaires (at least, the list we know of) is long and getting longer by the year. And as their wealth grows, so does the size of the boats they own!

Jeff Bezos, Larry Ellison (Musashi), Charles Simonyi (SKAT), Sergey Brin (Dragonfly), and Larry Page (Senses) are just some of the tech billionaires known to own a superyacht. Mark Zuckerberg, meanwhile, is rumoured to own Andromeda.

While we can only speculate on how these exact individuals use their yachts or what they are like onboard, some general traits might set the tech billionaire yacht owner out as using their yachts differently than generations of yacht owners before them.

Overall, tech billionaires are often younger, more adventurous and less hidebound regarding old rules and service styles. Here are a few general trends we can assume.

They want to eat well, but less fussily, and with a greater premium on health.

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Where silver service, ultra-decadent meals, and mountains of wasted food were — and often still are— preferred by old-money yacht owners and charterers, the modern tech billionaire is more likely to be health-conscious and eat food that is plated rather than buffet style or silver service. Yacht chefs now need to be more skilled in special diets, such as plant-based or keto, and offer a broader range of cuisines.

They want to WORK.

Superyachts used to be for holidays only. This was partly by necessity —the lack of connectivity meant that work went on the back burner for summer months as guests swanned around the Mediterranean. Now, the extraordinary technological strides on board allow yacht owners to have offices where they can work anywhere in the world.

They want to go far beyond the milk run.

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While anchoring off St Tropez or Cap Ferrat for weeks in August will always be in style, there has been an explosion in remote cruising, often fuelled by this younger, more adventurous set of yacht owners who can work from anywhere- Antarctica to Alaska and beyond.

This has fed into the next point…

A desire for adventure and exploration has changed yacht design.

As younger, more adventurous owners like tech billionaires have joined the superyacht market, the design of yachts and the toys they carry have changed markedly. New types of vessels have been created to meet this desire for off-the-beaten-track cruising, from support yachts to water toys to the massive growth in explorer yachts. Gone are the days when one yacht layout was almost identical to another. Now, we have winter gardens, submarines, ice rooms, ski rooms, large onboard offices, and helicopter hangars.

Not all of these changes have been driven by tech billionaires, granted. Still, their vision of what is possible has dramatically changed what yachts look like and how they operate as machines, with new types of propulsion, greater ranges, and a considerable amount more tech onboard.

Some things never change.

One thing hasn’t changed, though—a wealthy person’s desire for privacy. Discretion remains perhaps the most essential trait in any crew member, which you must keep in mind when working on yachts —even in the day of constant social media and shows like Below Deck.

A wealthy person’s desire for privacy and discretion is a constant that crew forget at their peril. Are you ensuring that you are a trusted asset? You may have signed that NDA, but do you let stories slip now and then at the bar? Are you careful about not taking photos onboard that give away anything about the boat or the owners? Do you make sure you don’t share the yacht’s cruising plans?

In a world where stories about tech billionaires will fly around the globe at light speed, you must be the gatekeeper. Stories cannot leave the passerelle.

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