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Showing posts with label Super Yacht. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Super Yacht. Show all posts

Wednesday 31 May 2023


Super yacht Rocinante at James Watt Dock Greenock.

Rocinante is a 78.5 m / 257′7″ luxury motor yacht. She was built by Lurssen in 2008. With a beam of 13.97 m and a draft of 3.75 m, she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 2334 tons. She is powered by Caterpillar engines of 2717 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots. Rocinante's maximum range is estimated at 6000 nautical miles. The motor yacht can accommodate 18 guests in 9 cabins with an interior design by Albert Pinto and an exterior design by Espen Oeino.

Game Changer

 Game Changer supply ship for super yachts built by Damen, seen here at JWD Greenock.

Thursday 25 May 2023


Built for a true scuba dive aficionado, this customised Yacht Support features a very well kitted-out dive centre and large professional decompression chamber for extra safety off the beaten track. The interiors by designer Mark Berryman were created in tandem with his design for the mother yacht.

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Thursday 28 October 2021

Spirit of Fortitude

 The Spirit of Fortitude is a thirty-three metre tri-deck luxury superyacht with a gross tonnage of 199 tonnes brimming with character. She has a hand crafted interior, designed with a classic Scottish contemporary twist.

Seen here passing Gourock on way to James Watt Dock.

Tuesday 10 December 2019


Built by J and K Smits Scheepswerven in The Netherlands as an ocean-going salvage tug, formerly THAMES III, she is one of three sisterships built with only ITASCA still in existence. ITASCA was in commercial service until 1979, before being converted to a yacht where she has since earned her place in exploration yachting history having circumnavigated the world three times, including being one of the first yachts to pass through the Northwest Passage when owned by the former US Secretary of the Treasury, William E Simon.

Friday 6 December 2019


The 66.25m Hampshire yacht (ex: Vanish) was built in 2016 by Feadship. She features an exterior design by Harrison Eidsgaard and an interior by Harrison Eidsgaard. She cruises at 12.0 kn and reaches a top speed of 18.5 kn. She can sleep up to 12 guests taken care of by a crew of 17.