There have been a succession of beautiful super yachts harbouring in the marina’s of Lanzarote recently.
I couldn’t help but notice Mylin IV at Marina Rubicón yesterday, it was easily visible from the town beach in Playa Blanca.
Owned by Micky Arison this classic yacht won awards for her design when she was launched 18 years ago. The 61m Mylin IV has space for a crew of 16 and 8 guests in 5 cabins, has a top speed of 20 knots and cruising range of 4,000 miles, she was last refitted in 2009 by Blohm & Voss.
Quinta Essentia is moored at the marina in Puerto Calero, this photo is one of a collection on their Flickr album: Superyate Quinta Essentia. This 55m motor yacht has accommodation for 10 guests in 5 suites, a cruising speed of 22 knots, built in 2011 by Heesen Yachts the interior was designed by Ken Freivokh and exterior Omega Architects.
The Lady Georgina docked in Puerto Calero in November, this stunning image was captured by James Mitchell Photography. Previously called Klementine, this 48.20m motor yacht was built in 1982 by Amels and designed by Diana Yacht Design. She can accommodate up to 16 guests in 8 suites and 13 crew, her cruising speed is 12 knots.
The Hetairos docked in Puerto Calero in November, again this fabulous image was captured by James Mitchell Photography. This 42.84m sailing yacht was built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 1993 for world cruising and racing. She has 5 cabins accommodating 10 guests and 4 crew, a cruising speed of 12 knots, is still owned by the person who commissioned her for build and was refitted this year (2011) by Southampton Yacht Services. This stunning yacht won first place in the Supermaxi class in the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup 2010.
Having super yachts moored in Lanzarote makes a wander around the marinas at Puerto Calero and Marina Rubicón all the more interesting!