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Big Mak is a custom motor yacht launched in 1998 by Heesen Yachts in Oss, Netherlands and most recently refitted in 2008.

From day one, Heesen has pursued a consistent mission: to create yachts with exceptional standards of engineering and meticulous attention to detail.

Big Mak measures 46.85 metres in length, with a max draft of 1.85 metres and a beam of 8.50 metres. She has a gross tonnage of 466 tonnes.

Big Mak has an aluminium hull with an aluminium superstructure.

Mulder Design, a Netherland-based studio founded by Frank Mulder in 1979, is an independent company specializing in the design, naval architecture and engineering of luxury motor yachts.

Her interior design is by Gregotti Associati International.

Big Mak also features naval architecture by Mulder Design.

Performance and Capabilities

Big Mak has a top speed of 24.00 knots and a cruising speed of 18.00 knots. She is powered by a twin waterjet propulsion system.

Big Mak has a fuel capacity of 56,724 litres, and a water capacity of 10,300 litres.

She also has a range of 3,200 nautical miles.


Big Mak accommodates up to 10 guests . She also houses room for up to 9 crew members.

Other Specifications

Big Mak has a hull NB of 10346.

Big Mak is an ABS class yacht. She flies the flag of the Cayman Islands.

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The 25 Largest Yachts in the World Right Now

The 2023 newcomers to our annual list hail from german yard lürssen, dutch builder oceanco and turkish refit yard karmarine..

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Lürssen Yachts "Rising Sun" superyacht

As we round 2023, the size of the global superyacht fleet keeps on growing. The top 25 largest yachts in the world now total a combined 11,849 feet, with the smallest yacht on the list, Koru , measuring a whopping 417 feet. Built by shipyards all over the world—from the Netherlands to the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Turkey, Greece and the United Kingdom—new launches and refits are delivered each year. The latest newcomers to make the list hail from Lürssen, Oceanco and Karmarine. With many new gigayacht builds in the pipeline, the list promises to be even more competitive in the coming years. Here are the world’s top 25 yachts by size, from Koru to Azzam.

Azzam (592 feet, 6 inches), Lürssen

Lürssen Azzam

It’s not surprising that the world’s longest yacht hails from a shipyard with 13 out of the 25 top builds in the superyacht arena. Unfortunately, Lürssen could never really boast about Azzam after its launch in 2013 because of the owner’s penchant for privacy, though it did describe the interior by Christophe Leoni, which features a 95-foot-long main salon, as “inspired by the Empire style of the early 19th century.” The owner Mubarak Saad al Ahbabi directed a team of designers and engineers who started with the bare concept, worked through the technical challenges of what might be the most complex superyacht ever and finished with an unusually large vessel that can top the 30-knot mark. Nauta Yacht’s exterior features a long, sleek forward area, with well-proportioned tiers moving up to the skydeck. Lürssen describes the interior by Christophe Leoni as “sophisticated, with luxurious decor inspired by the Empire style of the early 19th century.” Its gas turbines, connected to water jets, push Azzam to more than 30 knots—as fast as a Navy frigate—giving it the ability to operate at high speed in shallow waters. It also boasts an impressive build time for a yacht of its size, with construction taking only three years after one year of engineering. Azzam  accommodates up to 36 guests, and a crew of 80.

Fulk Al Salamah (538 feet, 1 inch), Mariotti Yachts

"Fulk Al Salamah," Mariotti Yachts

Little information has been released about the world’s second-longest superyacht, custom-built Fulk Al Salamah , and it has been shrouded in mystery since first announced in 2014. Even the overall length of 538.1 feet has been estimated from AIS data. However, built and delivered by Italian builder Mariotti Yachts in their Genoa shipyard in 2016, the imposing vessel is believed to be owned by Sultan Haitham bin Tariq of Oman. Last refit in 2021, exterior design is by Studio de Jorio, and it is considered by some to resemble more of a support vessel than a superyacht. Nonetheless, aerial photography shows an impressively large helideck, raked masts and a bathing platform.

Eclipse (533 feet, 1 inch), Blohm+Voss

Superyacht Eclipse

The 533.1-foot stately  Eclipse , the second yacht on this list owned by sanctioned billionaire Roman Abramovich, took five years to design and build. When it left the Blohm+Voss shipyard in Hamburg in 2010, it was the world’s largest yacht. The interior has 17 staterooms and a palatial master suite, with the capacity to carry 85 crew. Both the interior and exterior are designed by Terence Disdale. A proportional profile is defined by tiered decks that sweep upward and bend ever so slightly at the aft ends. Eclipse  has a 185-foot-long owner’s deck, the capacity to hold three helicopters, a sophisticated stabilization system, six tenders and an enormous spa, gym and beach club, not to mention one of the largest swimming pools on any superyacht. Other features reflecting its stature: Hybrid diesel-electric engines are connected to Azipod drives that give Eclipse a top-end speed of 21 knots, with a range of 6,000 nautical miles.

Dubai (531 feet, 5 inches), Platinum Yachts

DUBAI UAE - DEC 16: Dubai - yacht of the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum the ruler of the Emirate of Dubai. December 16 2014 in Dubai UAE

Even at 531.5-feet, Dubai ’s all-white Winch-designed exterior belies the dramatic and vibrant interior within. Colorful mosaic floors, a spiraling glass staircase, 70-foot-wide atrium and bursts of red, blue and green create a carnival of scene. Originally commissioned for Prince Jefri Bolkiah of Brunei as a joint project between Blohm+Voss and Lürssen, the project was halted in 1998 with just a bare hull and skeletal superstructure. The hull was sold to the government of Dubai, and, under the direction of the country’s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, work on the 531.5-footer began again, though this time by Platinum Yachts. Dubai delivered in 2006 and is now the sheikh’s royal yacht, with accommodations for 24 guests and quarters for 88 crew. The seven-decked yacht has a landing pad for a Black Hawk helicopter, submarine garage, disco and cinema, and can reach a top speed of 26 knots.

Blue (518 feet, 3 inches), Lürssen Yachts

Lürssen Superyacht Blue

Lürssen’s newest entry on the list, Blue , which delivered to its Middle Eastern owner in July 2022, may rank at number five out of the world’s largest yachts, but it’s diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system goes a long way to minimize emissions. The yacht also features an electric Azimuth pod drive that can be used independently or in conjunction with the twin propeller shafts. There is a waste-water treatment system and an advanced exhaust treatment system to help reduce NOx levels, as well as cut down on vibration and noise pollution. Interior and exterior design is by Terence Disdale, Blue is defined in profile by a raked bow with a helipad, an aft deck pool and twin balconies forward either side of the owner’s full-beam suite. There is a second, smaller helipad aft. The British designer has reportedly penned a feminine and elegant interior, though no images have yet been released.

Dilbar (511 feet, 8 inches), Lürssen

Espen Øino Dilbar yacht

The 2016 launch of Dilbar gave Lürssen the distinction of not only building the longest yacht ever ( Azzam ), but also the largest in terms of volume. Espen Øino designed the exterior, creating a full-bodied superstructure of long, flowing decks, along with two helicopter pads. Dilbar also has an 82-foot swimming pool that can hold an incredible 6,357-cubic-feet of water and according to Lürssen, is the world’s longest on a yacht. The interior by  Winch Design  is defined by its “rare and exclusive luxury materials,” says the builder, declining to go into detail. Despite  Dilbar ’s volume, the designers did a masterful job making the yacht look relatively svelte, In June 2020, Dilbar returned to Lürssen for a significant refit, where the yacht remains following US sanctions placed on the owner, Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov, in 2022.

Al Saïd (508 feet, 5 inches), Lürssen

Al Said measures 508'5" and was built by Lurssen Yachts

Another 500-plus-foot yacht from Lürssen, the original Project Sunflower gained its official name of Al Saïd following its launch in 2016. Espen Øino’s exterior is akin to a classic cruise liner, complete with the twin-exhaust stacks in the center of the superstructure. Owned by the Sultan of Oman, the yacht was listed for the sale for the first time in April 2022 for an undisclosed sum. The six-decked  Al Saïd  can carry 154 crew and an estimated 70 guests across 26 suites. Lürssen reports a top speed of 22 knots. The London-based Redman Whiteley Dixon studio designed the interior, which includes a concert hall that can hold a 50-piece orchestra, a private cinema for 50 people, plus a medical room and dental care on board.

A+ (483 feet, 1 inch), Lürssen

Lürssen Topaz largest yachts in the world

Very little is known about A+ (formerly Topaz) , which was launched by Lürssen in 2012, other than it is the fourth-largest yacht ever built by the German shipyard. Tim Heywood Designs did the exterior, which features helipads on the foredeck and amidships on an upper deck. A lower aft deck includes a swimming pool. The German yard has not released any images of the Terence Disdale interior. Reported to be owned by Manchester City Football Club owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al Nahyan—Emirati royalty and deputy prime minister of the UAE— A+ has a top speed of 22 knots and can carry 62 guests and up to 79 crew. It was last refit in 2022.

Prince Abdulaziz (482 feet, 3 inches), Helsingør Værft

Prince Abdulaziz

This custom yacht, launched by Helsingør Værft in Denmark in 1984, is reportedly undergoing a refit in 2023. The 5,200-tonne Prince Abdulaziz is one of the Saudi Royal family’s yachts, its first owner being King Fahd. Designed by Maierform, the yacht was the longest and tallest in the world at the time of its launch, a title the 482.3-foot  Prince Abdulaziz  held for 22 years until  Dubai  launched in 2006. The late David Nightingale Hicks, known for his use of bright colors, was the interior designer. The lobby is said to be a replica of the Titanic . The yacht is also rumored to be carrying surface-to-air missiles, though that may be an urban legend.

OK (479 feet), Oshima Shipbuilding

Ohima Shipbuilding's OK

Originally built by Japan’s Oshima Shipbuilding in 1982, the semisubmersible heavy lift ship was used for decades by DYT Yacht Transport as float-on yacht carrier. In 2022, the vessel underwent a private conversion at Karmarine shipyard in Turkey, turning it into a luxury, though highly unusual, yacht named OK . Modifications include a matte-black paint job, gold-tinted glazing and teak decking. The vessel’s 328-foot submersible aft deck—a feature that first attracted her new owner, who uses OK to transport their 150-foot ketch—is now covered in a carpet of artificial grass. A 40-tonne crane allows for the safe and easy launch and retrieval of a vast range of toys, including a seaplane. The interior by Bozca Design is reported to include accommodation for 20 guests, a botanical garden and a crazy Willy Wonka-inspired glass elevator that operates outside of the yacht’s superstructure.

El Mahrousa (478 feet, 1 inch), Samuda Brothers

"El Mahrousa" Yacht, Samuda Brothers

El Mahrousa , which means “The Protected” in Arabic, is currently Egypt’s presidential yacht, though the 478.1-footer has a separate history as that country’s royal yacht. The London-based Samuda Brothers began the build in 1863, and it was launched in 1865. The world’s oldest superyacht—and formerly the world’s biggest—was originally built for the Ottoman governor of Egypt, Khedive Ismail, and later carried three Egyptian kings into exile. The yacht was also at the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869. It features external design by the British naval architect Sir Oliver Lang, and has had multiple modifications over the years, including a lengthening by 40 feet in 1872 and another 17 feet in 1905. During the second refit, the owners replaced its paddle-wheel engines with turbine-driven propellers. The yacht, in care of the Egyptian Navy, occasionally goes to sea for a day or two. In 2015, it was used to inaugurate the new Suez Canal.

A (468 feet, 5 inches), Nobiskrug

Nobiskrug sailing yacht A.

Undoubtedly one of the most visionary projects ever delivered by German shipyard Nobiskrug, the Philippe Starck-designed A is a wild fantasy of the future. Delivered in 2017, the futuristic look of  sailing yacht  A includes smooth, silver-metallic surfaces and windows that look nearly invisible, three composite masts that bend slightly, and a deck hidden by high bulwarks. The Philippe Starck-design is a wild fantasy yacht of the future. The 468-foot sailing yacht is a technical victory for Nobiskrug , which developed composite fashion plates to create the unusual shapes without compromising any strength or fluidity. It has the tallest freestanding composite masts on any sailing vessel, a diesel-electric propulsion system and state-of-the-art navigation systems. The boat also reportedly has an underwater viewing platform in the keel. Starck’s traditional interior features dark wood, copper accents and cozy patterned carpets. The split-deck main salon is divided into zoned seating areas with integrated bookshelves. She remains today the world’s largest sailing yacht six years after her launch, though many argue she is better defined as a sail-assisted yacht.

Nord (466 feet), Lürssen

Lürssen OPUS Launch

Nord (Project Opus) has been a long time coming. She was announced in 2015 but didn’t hit the water until November 2020 when she conducted sea trials in the Baltic Sea. The 466-foot yacht features interior design by Italian studio Nuvolari Lenard and is Lürssen’s first yacht launched from its newly upgraded floating shed at its facility in Vegasack. Boasting many top-tier amenities, the yacht includes a sports and diving center on the lower deck, multiple tenders ranging in size up to 50-feet and a large swimming pool. The two helipads support the yacht’s long-range cruising capabilities for autonomous exploration, and a retractable hangar means a helicopter can slide neatly into the superstructure for storage when not in use. A generous 20 staterooms accommodate 36 guests across six decks, while a sleek aft-sloping superstructure gives Nord an individual profile on the water.

Yas (462 feet, 6 inches), Abu Dhabi Mar

Superyacht Yas in Barcelona

As a converted yacht, Yas is one of the most interesting vessels on this list. The dolphin-like exterior was originally a former Dutch Navy frigate that launched in 1978 and eventually sold to the navy of the United Arab Emirates, where it was renamed Al Emirat . The yacht underwent its dramatic conversion in a facility in Abu Dhabi’s main port, emerging as a gleaming superyacht in 2011, with one of the most interesting profiles on the water. It was eventually delivered four years later. Reportedly owned by Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed al Nahyan, half-brother of the president of the UAE, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the design by Paris-based Pierrejean Vision is defined by massive glass surfaces. Yas can accommodate 60 guests and 58 crew members. Mated to a steel hull, the superstructure is the largest composite edifice ever built.

Solaris (459 feet, 3 inches), Lloyd Werft

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Owned by Russian businessman Roman Abramovich, the 476-foot  Solaris  was one of the largest yachts to deliver in 2021. Last refit in 2022 at MB92 in Barcelona, the vast, highly private explorer is built by German shipyard Lloyd Werft, and features a displacement steel hull with bulbous bow and steel superstructure with teak decks. The eight-deck exterior by Australian designer Marc Newson houses a large helipad, sundeck, spacious beach club aft and 21,527 sq. ft. of glass, the largest panes to ever be built into a yacht. Lloyd Werft also built the Russian billionaire’s previous explorer yacht Luna , which he reportedly sold for $360 million to his close friend Farkhad Akhmedov in 2014.

Ocean Victory (459 feet, 3 inches), Fincantieri

Fincantieri Yachts’ 459-foot Ocean Victory Photo by Trevor Coppock /

The largest motoryacht ever built in Italy, Fincantieri’s Ocean Victory was delivered to its owner, Russian billionaire Viktor Rashnikov, in 2014. The seven-deck exterior by Espen Øino includes two helideck platforms and a hangar belowdecks, as well as exceptional outdoor social areas and a floodable tender dock. Ocean Victory has accommodations for 28 guests as well as quarters for 56 crew. Ocean Victory also has six pools, a 3,300-square-foot spa, and an underwater observation room. The interior by Alberto Pinto remains a secret, aside from the yacht’s six pools, a 3,300-square-foot spa and an underwater observation room.

Scheherazade (459 feet, 3 inches), Lürssen

Russian oligarchs yachts continued to be seized

The 459.3-foot, Lürssen-built Scheherazade (formerly known as Project Lightning) was delivered in June 2020. Two helipads, forward and aft, and a large beach club aft are visible from aerial photographs, but aside from the yacht’s reported seven-foot beam further details have not yet been released of the highly private vessel, including the names of designers or naval architects involved with the build. The reason may lie with the yacht’s unofficial owner, believed to be Russian president Vladimir Putin. In May 2022, Italian authorities froze Scheherazade in the port of Marina di Carrara following an investigation conducted by Italian financial police who found the ship’s beneficial owner had “significant economic and business ties” to high-ranking Russian government officials, though the results of the investigation to date remain inconclusive.

Al Salamah (456 feet), Lürssen

Lürssen Al Salamah gigayacht

When Lürssen launched Al Salamah in 1999, it was the third-largest yacht in the world. Its  number 18 ranking shows how much has changed in the last 20 years. Code-named MIPOS, or Mission Possible, the yacht was designed by Terence Disdale . Originally owned by Saudi Arabian Crown Prince, Sultan bin Abdulaziz, in 2013 the yacht was put up for sale for $280 million, before reportedly given to Bahraini Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa as a gift. The large imposing exterior is primarily protected space, with an upper deck exposed to the elements. Al Salamah has staterooms for 40 guests, including two owner suites, 11 VIP staterooms and eight twin cabins. The yacht can carry up to 96 crew and has a top speed of 22 knots. Al Salamah was last refitted in 2009.

Rising Sun (454 feet, 1 inch), Lürssen

Lürssen Rising Sun superyacht

Designed by the original guru of yacht designers, Jon Bannenberg, Rising Sun was built by Lürssen for Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and is currently owned by billionaire David Geffen, who reportedly paid $590 million for the yacht. The yacht comes with a gym, grand piano, multiple swimming pools, a beauty salon, and a spa with a sauna. Delivered in 2004, and last refit in 2011, the yacht’s exterior is defined by banks of windows across the superstructure. Rising Sun has 86,000 square feet of living space in 82 rooms. It can accommodate 18 guests in nine cabins, with the capacity to carry up to 46 crew. The interior by Seccombe Design includes a gym, cinema and wine cellar. The rear cockpit deck was designed as a basketball court. Geffen received global media backlash in 2020 for his “tone deaf” social-media posts that pictured himself on board his yacht during Covid-19 lockdown.

Flying Fox (446 feet, 2 inches), Lürssen

Lürssen's Flying Fox superyacht.

The 446.2-foot  Flying Fox is arguably the most high-profile yacht on this list, primarily for being the largest yacht available on the charter market, as well as being singled out as “blocked property” by US authorities in 2022 due to its reported ownership by sanctioned Russian oligarch Dmitry Kamenshchik. Delivered jointly by Imperial and Lürssen in 2019, 446.2-foot Flying Fox is the largest yacht available on the charter market. Key features of the Espen Øino-designed exterior are a curvaceous dove-gray hull and a 3.7-foot swimming pool that runs athwartship on the main aft deck, the largest ever found on board a yacht. A two-decked spa also gives guests access to a cryosauna, hammam and relaxation room with a fold-down balcony at sea level. Packed to the rafters with the latest amenities, the yacht holds a diving center, decompression chamber and two helipads. Flying Fox is PYC compliant and can accommodate 25 guests.

Savarona (446 feet, 2 inches), Blohm+Voss

Savarona superyacht 25 top yachgts

Launched in 1931, Savarona was built for American heiress Emily Roebling Cadwalader, and is easily identified by its two mustard-colored funnels. The yacht was eventually acquired by Turkey to be the presidential yacht of Kemal Atatürk, founder of modern Turkey. Jane’s Fighting Ships described the yacht in 1949 as “probably the most sumptuously fitted yacht afloat.”  Savarona was later converted to a training ship for the Turkish Navy and, in 1978, destroyed by fire. The yacht laid in tatters for 10 years. A Turkish businessman spent around $45 million refurbishing Savarona , commissioning Donald Starkey for the interior and replacing the original steam-turbine engines with modern Caterpillar diesels. Savarona became Turkey’s official presidential yacht again in 2014, accommodating up to 34 guests in 17 suits, and carrying up to 48 crew. Amenities include a swimming pool, Turkish bath, 280-foot grand staircase, a movie theater and a library dedicated to Atatürk.

Crescent (443 feet), Lürssen

Lürssen Crescent superyacht Larry Ellison

Last refit in 2021, Espen Øino’s dark hull and tiered superstructure was one of the most exciting launches of 2018. Called Project Thunder internally at Lürssen, the custom-built yacht features cutouts along the hull sides that allow full ocean views from the saloon on the primary deck, as part of Crescent ’s distinctive curved superstructure. Its most noteworthy feature is the jaw-dropping bank of three-deck-high windows in the center of the yacht. This architectural feature serves as the centerpiece of a very compelling design. The yacht has accommodations for 18 guests in nine staterooms. Little is known about the François Zuretti-designed interior, other than Lürssen describes it as being “traditionally styled.” If it lives up to Crescent ’s brash exterior, the complete yacht promises to be an entirely groundbreaking design. In March 2022, Crescent was detained by Spain as property of Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin, who is sanctioned in connection with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Serene (439 feet, 3 inches), Fincantieri

Fincantieri Serene superyacht

Serene  is the yacht that launched Fincantieri into the superyacht segment, and what a debut it was. The largest yacht ever launched in Italy when it was delivered in 2011 (surpassed three years later by Ocean Victory ), the Espen Øino seven-deck design features a long, sleek blue hull crowned by a white superstructure. Pascale Reymond of Reymond Langton Design created the 43,056-square-foot interior for the Russian owner, which includes a double height atrium with a piano lounge at the top and a vast open-plan main salon below. Sunken LEDs and bright pink and purple neon lights create a modern party vibe in the social areas, which contrast with the elaborate yet more traditional guest suites. A spiral staircase with intricate metal banisters soars through the heart of the yacht. The open stern area has a winter garden (enclosed glasshouse) that allows dining in all seasons. Serene also has two helipads and a hangar, a big swimming pool and a tender garage large enough for a submarine. Pascale Reymond of Reymond Langton Design created the 43,056-square-foot interior for the Russian owner, though its details have remained closely guarded.

Al Mirqab (436 feet, 4 inches), Kusch Yachts

Al Mirqab

Al Mirqab was a yacht before its time. Launched in 2008, the yacht’s diesel-electric propulsion involves an azimuth pod drive and gives the 436.4-footer a top end of 21 knots. With 36 staterooms, and crew quarters for 45, it was built for Qatar’s former prime minister under the supervision of Kusch Yachts in the Peters Werft shipyard in Wewelsfleth, Germany. The Tim Heywood exterior includes a long, navy-blue hull with a white superstructure. The yacht’s diesel-electric propulsion involves an azimuth pod drive and gives the 436.4-footer a top end of 21 knots. Its interior by Andrew Winch won several awards, with images showing Arabic-influenced motifs on the marble floors of large social areas. The yacht’s centerpiece is a stunning, complicated floating staircase encircled by custom-made glass panels. Al Mirqab has staterooms for 36, and crew quarters for 45.

Koru (417 Feet), Oceanco

Oceanco's Koru.

Only just making the cut on this list, Jeff Bezos’ new 417-foot sailing yacht, Koru , was the subject of worldwide controversy even before its 2023 delivery. Built by Dutch shipyard Oceanco and reportedly costing $450 million, the Amazon founder’s first vessel is the tallest sailing yacht in the world with masts that measure over 230 feet tall, the same height as the Great Pyramid of Giza. It’s so tall, in fact, that Bezos petitioned the Dutch city of Rotterdam to temporarily dismantle the Koningshaven Bridge, a 95-year-old landmark, to allow his yacht to pass under. His request was denied, and the yacht was instead partially towed through Rotterdam without its mast. The towering design also makes it unsafe to land a helicopter onboard, prompting Bezos to commission his second yacht, the 246-foot custom support yacht Wingman . Delivered in early 2023, and featuring a helipad, Wingman is Damen’s largest support vessel to date. No details have yet been released about Koru ’s interior or exterior design, including who penned the design.

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Builder: NOR-TECH Category: Cruiser Model Year: 1996 Year Built: 1996 Country: United States

LOA: 50' 0" (15.24m) Beam: 9' 0" (2.74m) Max Draft: 3' 6" (1.07m)

Speed, Capacities and Weight

Cruise Speed: 48 Kts. (55 MPH) Displacement: 15500 Pounds Water Capacity: 20 Gallons Holding Tank: 20 Gallons Fuel Capacity: 225 Gallons


Total Berths: 4 Sleeps: 6 Total Heads: 1

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Hull Material: Fiberglass

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Engines: 3 Manufacturer: Volvo Penta Model: DPX 600 - GM 540ci/8.8L by Innovation Marine Engine Type: I/O Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol

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Luxury Sport Cruiser with Triple 540 cubic inch / 8.8L GM Motors Hand Built and Blueprinted by Innovation Marine of Sarasota, FL. Under 15 hours on Rebuilds , Mercury Racing Outdrives with 4 Blade Props, Equipped with Generator, A/C, Galley, Head, and Sleeps 6 Comfortably. Cruises at 55mph at 4000 rpm.

This vessel is the flagship of the Nor-Tech Deep V fleet. This stepped hull is still made today. The extra deep cockpit gives you added security at any speed. The interior is designed well with a 6’4” head room at the entry and head, to 6’ headroom in the bow. Two 7ft sofas give plenty of room for entertainment inside with a stateroom fore and aft.

This vessel was repowered at Innovation Marine of Sarasota with Volvo DPX 600 engines in 2003. Innovation is the direct dealer and service center for these Volvo performance packages. Hand Built using Blueprinted parts on GM 540cu in/8.8L 8V Engine with Factory Volvo Performance marinisation delivering 560hp at the prop shaft. Mated to Mercury Racing Outdrives to deliver speeds above 70mph. Modern Engine with Multiport Fuel Injection and Safety Systems.

Nor-Tech has shown this hull can perform just north of 100mph with a 3000hp engine package, while providing a great handling ride. This 600 DPX engine package delivers reliability and peace of mind.

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  • Triple GM 540 cu. in. 8.8L Engines Marinized with Volvo Systems by Innovation Marine of Sarasota, FL
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  • Triple Mercury Racing Outdrives with Stainless Steel Tie Bars, (4) Blade Stainless Steel Propellers Refreshed in April 2017
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  • 3 kW Westerbeke Generator Rebuilt April 2017

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  • Garmin GPSmap 5208 GPS/Chart
  • Boss Stereo with AM/FM/Bluetooth
  • Flush Mounted Light Compass
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  • Caffrig Liquid Filled Speedometer
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A look at the most expensive superyachts at the Palm Beach yacht show and their insane features, from basketball courts on deck to ice baths and saunas

  • The Palm Beach International Boat Show kicks off later this week.
  • Eight megayachts are expected to be on display for would-be buyers and charter customers.
  • These are the show's biggest yachts — and how many millions of dollars they are going for.

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The Palm Beach International Boat Show — the yacht world's flashiest event stateside — is returning this year with over 800 boats for both deep-pocketed potential owners and window shoppers to peruse.

While it's impossible to know what exactly will be on display until the show begins on Thursday, it's expected that eight megayachts — generally defined as ships over 60 meters long — will be docked at the show and at nearby marinas like the Rybovich Marina in the ritzy Florida town.

Some of these are for sale at eye-popping prices, but others are available to charter in case you fancy living like a billionaire for a week or two this summer (and if you have six figures to spare on a vacation).

These are the eight biggest yachts that will be at the Palm Beach International Boat Show and nearby marinas, in size order.

Nero: 90.1 meters

Price: From $497,000 a week (charter) Standout features: Pizza ovens, beauty salon, massage room, resistance pool

Reportedly owned by Irish billionaire Denis O'Brien, Nero is modeled after J.P. Morgan's 1930s ship , and was built in 2007 and updated in 2021.

She now boasts a gym on her sundeck with multiple cardio machines and a beauty salon, and has an on-board beautician for manicure, pedicure, hair, and massage needs. There's also an upgraded movie theater, two new pizza ovens, and both a pool and a jacuzzi.

For those who want to go overboard, she has more than a dozen toys, including a waterslide, Jet Ski, and flyboard.

Victorious: 85 meters

Price: From $876,600 a week in the summer and $950,000 a week in the winter Standout features: Hammam (Turkish bath), wine cellar, wood-burning fireplace, children's playroom

Victorious brings a party vibe to the yacht show. With a beach club on board, a wine cellar, a cigar clubroom , multiple bars, and a lounge with a piano, the vessel is made for entertaining. Plus, there's a playroom and movie theater to entertain the kids.

For tamer charter clients, Victorious has a suite of wellness features such as a gym, massage room, beauty salon and hammam — perhaps a custom request of her owner, Turkish businessman Vural Ak.

She also boasts a treasure trove of water toys, including Jet Skis, jetsurfs, inflatable kayaks, and scuba equipment.

Casino Royale: 72 meters

Price: TBD Special Features: Infinity pool, helipad, private jacuzzi

Purchased and refitted by car dealer magnate John Staluppi last year, Casino Royale is the latest of his James Bond-inspired yachts (he's also owned an Octopussy and a Skyfall, among others).

Casino Royale has a helipad that turns into a dancefloor, an infinity pool, and a wellness center with a gym and sauna. The owner's cabin has its own deck, which features a private bar and jacuzzi.

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However, the boat's price isn't listed, and while she's not necessarily officially for sale, that might change depending on who's prepared to buy, Mr. Bond.

Talisman C: 70.6 meters

Price: $60 million (or from $567,000 a week to charter) Special features: Massage and beauty room, private library

Likely the largest yacht for sale (not just charter) at the show, the Talisman C is a 2011 six-bedroom boat. The owner's cabin comes with an en suite bathroom, dressing room, private library, and crystal chandeliers.

Amenities include a gym, a beauty room, oversized jacuzzi, and a fully equipped bar. Her crew of 19 includes a trained masseuse, and the toy room comes equipped with a wakeboard, eFoil , and WaveRunners.

Joy: 70 meters

Price: From $650,000 a week Special features: Disco club, basketball court, onboard fitness instructor

Superyacht Joy testifies to the fact that owners want as many on-board experiences as they can get.

There's an expansive suite of fitness features, including a basketball court (don't shoot that hoop too hard!), a personal trainer on staff, boxing equipment, and a handful of machines. For post-workout winddowns, there's a spa with a steam room and onboard masseuse. And for entertainment, there's both an outdoor and indoor cinema, and a disco club.

Triumph: 65.4 meters

Price: From $707,600 a week in the summer and $650,000 a week in the winter Special features: Sauna, helipad, banana boat

This 2021 superyacht is named after Triumph motorcycles — a reported favorite of her rumored owner, British businessman Chris Dawson — and even has one on display as an art piece in the upper deck's lounge. The primary suite is 1,400 square feet and has its own study , and there's a sauna, an indoor-outdoor gym, a helipad, and a massage room spread among her six decks.

She boasts an "armada of water toys," including two kinds of Jet Skis, electric water bikes, and a banana boat.

Seanna: 64.5 meters

Price: $54,000,000 (or from $462,000 a week to charter) Special features: marble foyer, movie room, sundeck pool

The recently refurbished Seanna is available for sale and charter.

Her indoor-outdoor gym is on sea level so that passengers can take a dip after a session with the onboard personal trainer. There's also a sundeck pool, a helipad, a two-room massage facility, and, for the more cerebral guests, a library with an electric fireplace.

There are a number of toys on board, including a popular water trampoline and two WaveRunners.

Come Together: 60 meters

Price: $65,000,000 Special Features: DJ and videographer on board, ice bath, sauna

Next-to-new yacht Come Together is looking for a new owner after doing charters during the 2023 season.

The Beatles' influence is evident beyond the yacht's name, with guitars dotting the sky lounge and a crewmember who doubles as a DJ. There's also an outdoor cinema and bar for entertainment and an ice bath and sauna for the day after the party. The owner's suite has a private study and lounge, and each guest cabin has its own ensuite.

The sale includes a number of toys, like Jet Skis, kayaks, and Seabobs.

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How to make the best Big Mac copycat at home. This week we go head to head to head against the one and only Big Mac sandwich. This episode was our pilot episode of the new channel Throwdown Kitchen and we had a blast making it. Following the Big Mac recipe: Two all beef, patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles onions on a sesame seed bun was easy. Making the best Big Mac at home , the hard part.

We decide to follow almost all the rules but changed it up just a little bit. Larger burgers, tweaking the grilled buns and adding a few extra pickles is all it took to be a winning Big Mac copy cat recipe.

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Watch how to make big macs at home, ingredients for the best big mac at home, what is the best ground beef for burgers, how to make the best big mac at home, start with the big mac special sauce, the three layer big mac bun, big mac order of toppings.

To make a Big Mac at home you will need all the ingredients from the popular jingle. Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles onions and sesame seed hamburger buns. However the devil is in the detail, so let’s start digging through our pantry before we head off to the grocery store.

You are all familiar with the basics. So it’s fairly easy to source the ground beef, iceberg lettuce, white onion, hamburger pickles and american cheese. Meanwhile, for the burger buns we have found that Arnold’s sesame seed buns seem to be the best for this recipe. Arnold’s burger buns do not come sliced in threes, so we will have to “hack the buns” to come up with a triple decker sandwich.

To make the special Big Mac sauce, you will assemble a few condiments, most of which are in your pantry. Mayonnaise, yellow mustard, dill pickle, white vinegar, garlic powder, onion powder, sugar and paprika are all needed for the special sauce. There is no ketchup in Big Mac sauce. Almost every burger chain and Chef has their own secret burger sauce and we hope to one day have tried them all. But today, it’s a Big Mac copycat sauce all the way.

McDonald’s restaurants use 100 percent ground beef in it’s burgers. That ground beef recipe contains trimmings from the chuck, round and sirloin. There are no fillers or additives in the final patty. That combination of meats does make for a nice burger with good beefy flavor. The round and the sirloin add a nice beefy flavor, while the chuck adds a well rounded amount of fat. After all, fat is flavor!

Unless your going to take the time to cut and trim, then grind or process these cuts of meat, the best choice for your burger is going to be Black Angus ground chuck with an 80 to 20 percent ratio of beef to fat.

Black Angus is the most common breed of beef cattle in the United States and is well know for its consistent marbling, subsequently making for a juicy, tender and flavorful copycat Big Mac.

You’ve gathered all the ingredients and now it’s time to actually make a home made Big Mac. The first thing to do is focus on the special sauce. It’s not secret sauce, it’s special sauce. There are several recipes floating around the internet for MCD’s special sauce (make that thousands) and many of them are just copies of each other. We think our special sauce is the closest tasting to the original recipe. So give it a try and taste test yourself. Without the special sauce the Big Mac is just another double decker club sandwich.

Go on the assumption that the creator of the sauce was using ingredients that were available in the store in 1967. Items that already appeared on the stores menu would make this sandwich easy to produce and cost efficient. This is long before the age of the internet and occurred during the heyday of the fast food wars. The Big Mac was born to compete directly with Bob’s Big Boy Sandwich and within a year the sandwich became so popular it was added to all the McDonald’s restaurant menus across the U.S.

  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup chopped dill pickles
  • 1 and 1/2 tablespoons prepared yellow mustard
  • 1 teaspoon white vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
  • Pinch of salt and pepper

Place all the ingredients for your Big Mac special sauce copycat into a bowl and whisk together. It’s important to cover and set in the refrigerator for at least an hour so that the flavors get happy and tighten up together.

Prep Your Big Mac Ingredients

While your sauce is setting up, it’s time to get the other condiments ready for plating up. Fresh iceberg lettuce is shredded and chopped. White onions are finely diced, dill pickles are sliced and burger patties are formed.

The Black Angus chuck patties are weighed into 2 ounce balls and then thinly pressed into 4 inch patties on parchment squares. They will be thin! We have found that once pressed out, the patties must go into the refrigerator until you are ready to cook. They can even go into the freezer for 5 minutes. This freezer time helps them hold their shape on the griddle.

The hardest part of this recipe is the creation of a three layer bun. True, the buns are not previously sliced into three sections. A heel, a club and a crown. But the burger bun does already have the bottom, named the heal, and the top, named the crown. All we need is the center, named the club. So the simple answer is too take one heal and shave off the crusted side. Simple right? Now we have our three layer burger buns.

Ready To Cook, Assemble and Eat Our Big Mac Clones

Finally we are ready to go. We have all of our ingredients, including our burgers, special sauce, and the three way sesame seed bun. Let’s get cooking. Start by preheating a pan to 350 degrees. We want a nice hot pan for our burgers. A hot pan will give a nice caramelized exterior crust to our burgers. Cook the burgers for two minutes each side, sprinkling the burgers with a little salt and pepper after flipping. Finally, begin to assemble the Best Big Macs At Home that you’ve ever had!

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There is a right way to assemble a Big Mac and we think it is one of the most important steps in creating a Big Mac copycat at home. So build this burger from the heel up.

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Big Mac At Home


Ingredients, big mac sauce.

  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup chopped dill pickle
  • 1 1/2 tbsp prepared yellow mustard
  • 1 tsp white vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp paprika
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • pinch salt and pepper

The Burgers

  • 1/2 pound Black Angus ground chuck beef
  • 4 sesame seed buns
  • 2 slices american yellow cheese
  • 1 medium white onion
  • 1 head iceberg lettuce
  • 4 dill pickles
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil


  • Make the burger sauce. Combine all the sauce ingredients in a bowl and whisk together. Refrigerate and let all the flavors combine and the sauce to set up.
  • Make the burger patties. Form 2 ounces of ground chuck into balls and press out into 4 inch circle. Place in freezer or refrigerator for 5 minutes.
  • Dice the onion, shred the lettuce and slice the pickles
  • Heat a large skillet to 350 degrees and toast the buns with a little butter. Remove the buns when they are slightly browned and golden.
  • Cook the burgers for 2 minutes per side. Sprinkle with salt and pepper after flipping.
  • Assemble the burgers from bottom to top in this order: Bun Heel, Special Sauce, Onion, Lettuce, 1 Cheese Slice, Beef Patty, Bun Club, Special Sauce, Onions, Lettuce, 2 Pickle Chips, Beef Patty, Bun Crown

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“One of the greatest sins in ‘burgerdom,’ I think, is making a burger that is difficult to eat. Where the bread-to-meat ratio is out of whack. Where it’s either too greasy or not greasy enough. Or the damn thing just doesn’t hold together the way God intended burgers to hold together.” Anthony Bourdain

There you have it. The iconic Big Mac sandwich prepared at home with fresh ingredients. There is something special about sharing your memories and tastes with your family and friends. We are so glad we could share ours with you.

Frequently Asked Questions About Making The Best Big Mac At Home

You can substitute aluminum foil that had been lightly oiled with cooking spray.

To get the real MacDonald’s copycat experience, you should use a pan to properly caramelize the burgers.

We can only assume that the accountants in corporate have considered every possibility and have decided that it’s not cost effective to serve more than one slice of cheese. If someone in corporate will get back to us on that it would be appreciated. One of the advantages of making a Big Mac at home is that you can have another slice of cheese!

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svgreatwhite said: I saw this boat yesterday tucked away in a small waterway on the Tokyo, Japan waterfront. Looks a bit rough.After a little research, found out that it represented Ireland at the 1979 Admirals Cup. Was it of the same family as Golden Appleand Silver Apple? View attachment 64375 Click to expand...

Big Apple was a '77 AdmCup contender. In '79 it was Golden Apple of the Sun and Silver Apple of the Moon. As far as I remember, she was a close sistership to Mandrake and Marionette (later Formidable), she was built by Joyce bros then the aluminum builders of choice in the UK. She was one of several "casualties" in the period towards the Cup that year, when she missed Guernsey port entry and had to be partly rebuilt, Channel Islands rocks being somehow unfriendly.  

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moody frog said: Big Apple was a '77 AdmCup contender. In '79 it was Golden Apple of the Sun and Silver Apple of the Moon. As far as I remember, she was a close sistership to Mandrake and Marionette (later Formidable), she was built by Joyce bros then the aluminum builders of choice in the UK. She was one of several "casualties" in the period towards the Cup that year, when she missed Guernsey port entry and had to be partly rebuilt, Channel Islands rocks being somehow unfriendly. Click to expand...
seadog14 said: Hey Moody,See your'e from Brittany. Was in Rennes in November and spent some time on the coast, doing the tourist runs, Brest, San Malo, Mont Saint-Michel, the tomb of Merlin, etc. While in San Malo, I took some photos of a black beauty Pen Duick lV... is that an Eric Tabarly yacht and what is her make? Do you know the boat? thanks SD ( [email protected] ) Click to expand...

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moody frog said: It being Saint-Malo, I guess you saw PenDuick VI Eric Tabarly's Whitbread racer.She was built in Brest Navy Shipyards on an André Mauric design (Mauric was the Baron Bich's designer and also designed the Bénéteau early First 30 on a similar hull concept to PD VI) See there PD IV was a trimaran which was lost with Alain Colas in the '78 RdR Click to expand...

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Asymptote said: And FYI, Silver Apple of the Moon is sitting on C dock at Shilshole in Seattle. Also looking pretty long miles and low maintenance. Here's hoping they bring her back. Click to expand...


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Tacking said: svgreatwhite said: I saw this boat yesterday tucked away in a small waterway on the Tokyo, Japan waterfront. Looks a bit rough. After a little research, found out that it represented Ireland at the 1979 Admirals Cup. Was it of the same family as Golden Appleand Silver Apple? DSCN0863.JPG Click to expand...


That boat won the "Prix de Elegance" at the AC back then - a shame to see it so faded. AFAIK it was a virtual twin of Marionette. I think that cabin is floating behind Big Apple - BA looks untouched (literally) since its glory days.  


seadog14 said: Asymptote said: And FYI, Silver Apple of the Moon is sitting on C dock at Shilshole in Seattle. Also looking pretty long miles and low maintenance. Here's hoping they bring her back. Click to expand...

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Does anyone know where she is today? Any news if she is sailed, under restoration etc...  

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Big Apple was still sitting in a canal near the fish markets in Toyko when I was there last Janurary. Golden Apple was converted into a cruising boat by yacht designer and builder Phil Attkinson and he and his wife Fay did a circumnavigation on her back in the mid 90's. Last I saw it was in Greece in '95. No idea where she is now.  

Anybody know what happened to Golden Apple of the Sun? Anybody know what happened to Golden Apple of the Sun?  

Big Apple was a syndicate of Hugh Coveney, Clayton Love, and Raymond Fielding. Coveney went on to own Golden Apple OTS, Clayton Silver Apple OTM. Clayton renamed Silver Apple as Rebel County- repainting her to a multicoloured Imp type striping.  

Bendy said: Anybody know what happened to Golden Apple of the Sun?Anybody know what happened to Golden Apple of the Sun? Click to expand...
Life Buoy 15 said: Big Apple was still sitting in a canal near the fish markets in Toyko when I was there last Janurary. Golden Apple was converted into a cruising boat by yacht designer and builder Phil Attkinson and he and his wife Fay did a circumnavigation on her back in the mid 90's. Last I saw it was in Greece in '95. No idea where she is now. Click to expand...

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50g hollandaise vinegar mix(pink peppercorns, tarragon, shallot) or alternatively you can use white vinegar, apple cider vinegar or lemon juice.

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Hollandaise is always something I get asked about and people are afraid to make. It's really no that complicated especially if you have a thermomix,stick or normal blender.

1. Melt butter on low or in microwave covered.

2. Place vinegar on medium to high heat then place egg yolks in a blender. Put blender on low to start emulsifying yolks.

3. Vinegar should now be ready. You will want it to boiling hot when you pour directly in yolks. Still blending on low, gradually turn higher till the mix goes a pale yellow. Bring back down to a low speed till next step.

4. Your butter should be ready and the white milk solids should have sunk to the bottom. Then start pouring butter in slowly till it thickens. You don't want to put the white stuff in the hollandaise so stop pouring when you get there.

5. If it's too thick you can add a bit of hot water to thin it out. Add salt and white pepper to taste and mix briefly. Then it's ready to go!

Hollandaise shouldn't be kept longer than a few hours. So use straight away, then throw out after you're finished.

Chefs Notes :

If you don't use the hollandaise straight away you can leave in a blender and mix briefly with hot water before serving. ​

I like to mix it up a bit and add truffle, pesto, herbs like tarragon or anything that takes your fancy.

Volvo Cork Week 2024

The Many Colours of Volvo Cork Week

Royal Cork YC, Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland (13 July) writes Louay Habib. The third day of  Volvo Cork Week incorporating the ICRA National Championships was blessed with sunshine and 8-10 knots of breeze from the north. The majority of the 192 teams competing were racing inside Cork Harbour today, forming a riot of colour from spinnakers in the picturesque harbour. The two Non-Spinnaker Classes and IRC One started their long race in Ringabella Bay. The Cape 31 Class and Dragons had windward leeward races off Roaches Point.

IRC Racing Classes and One-Design Race winners on 13 July at Volvo Cork Week: Cape 31 Antix, Cape 31 Shotgunn, Mills 39 Zero II, J/109 Joker 2, Quarter Tonner BLT, 1720 Rope Dock Atara, Ker40+ Signal 8.

Dragon and Echo Non-Spinnaker winners 13 July: Peter Bowring’s Dragon Phantom, Cameron Good’s Dragon Little Fella, Batt & Helen O’Leary’s Sweet Dreams, Clodagh O’Donovan’s Roaring Forties

Results from Volvo Cork Week: results/VolvoCorkWeek2022.htm#

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July C4 Jap Erin Photo Rick Tomlinson

Classic Class White Bay on the east side of Cork Harbour near Roches Point was the picture-perfect racing area for the Classic Class today. The elegant class includes boats that are over 100 years old, loving restored by their guardians.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Elsie Photo Rick Tomlinson

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Jap Photo Rick Tomlinson

The Cork Harbour One Design, Jap helmed by Harold Cudmore and Patrick Dorgan’s Elsie, are from the drawing board of William Fife, and the design dates back to 1895.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Erin Lady Min Photo Rick Tomlinson

Terry Birles’ Fred Shepherd sloop Erin dates back to 1912 and was built in Maine USA. The 30ft gaff cutter Lady Min was launched in Schull in 1902 and is raced at Volvo Cork Week by Simon O’Keeffe, the grandson of the original owner Maurice O’Keefe.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Persephone Jap Photo Rick Tomlinson

Yves Lambert’s 37ft Dick Carter sloop Persephone was launched in 1969 and is the sistership to the 1966 One Ton Cup winner Tina.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Bendigedig Photo Rick Tomlinson

Dafydd Hughes’ S&S 34 Bendigedig hales from Aberaeron, West Wales, and is a sistership to Ted Heath’s Morning Cloud. Dafydd intends to race Bendigedig, solo around the world in 2023.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Prince of Tides Photo Rick Tomlinson

Non-Spinnaker Echo One Teams from the Royal Cork Yacht Club occupied the podium for today’s race in Non-Spinnaker Echo One. Batt & Helen O’Leary’s Sweet Dreams won the race by 88 seconds after time correction from Ronan Twomey’s Rosmarina. Mike MacCarthy Jolastan was third. Frank Caul’s Prince of Tides was fourth today but still leads the class for the regatta but only by virtue of countback from Rosmarina and definitely in the mix is Paul O’Shea’s Elegance, which is just a point off the class lead.

Non-Spinnaker Echo Two Teams from the Royal Cork Yacht Club  also filled the podium for today’s race in Non-Spinnaker Echo Two. Clodagh O’Donovan’s Roaring Forties from the Royal Cork won today’s race by over five minutes from Kieran O’Brien’s Magnet. Frank McGrath’s Big Mac was just 12 seconds behind Magnet.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July J24 Cisco Photo Rick Tomlinson

A special award at today’s daily prize giving was to the all-women team racing on Kerri Ann Boylan’s Cisco from the Skerries Sailing Club. Cisco received a 500 Euro voucher from Volvo Cars. Kerri Ann is an experienced coach having taught in both Nantucket USA and Ireland. The team have grown up sailing against each other right through the early years in Optimists. “We literally got the team together for Cork Week and we are improving our performance with each race,” commented Kerri Ann. “Cork Week is a great regatta, very friendly with lots of people that love to race. We hope to encourage more women and girls to race in keelboats. It has been fantastic to get the girls back together because we come from all over Ireland.”

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Image courtesy of Bob Bateman

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Photo Rick Tomlinson

IRC One Nick Burn’s Royal Hong Kong YC had a great day on Mills 39 Zero II winning today’s race by over 10 minutes after IRC time correction. Class leader for the regatta, Louise Makin & Chris Jones’ J/111 Journeymaker 11 from the Royal Southern YC was second. Richard Fildes Corby 37 Impostor from Abersoch Wales was third into today’s race

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Joker Photo Rick Tomlinson

IRC Two John Maybury’s J/109 Joker 2 from the Royal Irish YC won today’s race by nearly three minutes from Pat Kelly’s J/109 Storm from Rush/Howth YC. The Evans Brothers racing J/99 Snapshot have broken the J/109 dominance in the class, finishing third today. The Snapshot team from Howth YC was just 23 seconds behind Storm.

“So far so good,” commented Joker’s John Maybury. “We often race against Storm, Chimaera and Artful Dodjer, which are all well-sailed J/109s. To be honest I think that the weather and Cork Week’s courses really suit the design, but we have to make sure we don’t get wrapped up in a personal battle as there are plenty of good teams racing other types of boats. Today as we finished in front of Cobh, the race officer let off the gun and then threw us the spent cartridge as we sailed back past them. It was a lovely gesture… It’s great to be back at Cork Week.”

IRC Three Sam Laidlaw’s Quarter Tonner BLT from the Royal Yacht Squadron won their fifth race in a row and have a big lead in IRC Three. Dorgan, Marshall & Losty’s Quarter Tonner Illegal from Cove Sailing Club was once again second and is five points behind BLT with two days of racing to go. Marcus Ryan’s Irish youth team racing J/24 HeadCase put in another great race to finish third, just a point behind Illegal.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Signal 8 Photo Rick Tomlinson

Coastal Class Jamie McWilliam’s Royal Hong Kong YC team racing Ker40+ Signal 8 was today’s winner. Tactician Andrew McLelland was also celebrating his birthday! “We were not sure which way to go on the first beat, so we hedged our bets and stayed in the middle of the course, which was a low risk strategy,” commented McLelland, a Chartered Surveyor, but also a J/24 World Champion. “Later in the race, we got a couple of shifts spot on and just accelerated away from the fleet, which we have to do as the scratch boat.”

Signal 8 won the race by over three minutes after IRC time correction from Steve Hayes’ Magic Touch from Greystones SC. Liam Madden’s Dexterity from Foynes YC was third. Signal 8 now leads the class for the regatta from Royal Cork’s Paul & Deirdre Tingle’s racing X4 Alpaca. Robert Rendell’s Grand Soleil 44 Samatom from Howth YC is third.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Cape 31 Katabtic Photo Rick Tomlinson

Cape 31 Irish Nationals The Cape 31 Class was once again racing on the national championship windward leeward course off Roaches Point. Anthony O’Leary’s Antix from the Royal Cork YC scored a 1-3-1 to take the lead in the series. Dan O’Grady’s Aja from Howth Yacht Club scored a 4-2-2 and drops to second. Michael Wilson’s Shotgunn scored a 5-1-4 to finish the day in third for the series.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Fleet Photo Rick Tomlinson

Beaufort Cup Fastnet Race The Beaufort Cup started their inshore racing today inside Cork Harbour. The Crosshaven RNLI team racing Grand Soleil 40 Nieulargo, owned by Annamarie Fagen & Denis Murphy, won today’s race by over four minutes after IRC time correction. The Royal Navy Team racing J/109 Jolly Jack Tar, skippered by David Warwick was second. Third was the Defence Forces Ireland team skippered by Tom Roche racing Solona 45 Meridian.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July 1720 Harbour Start Photo Rick Tomlinson

1720 Class The 1720 Class had a stand-alone Cork Harbour Race today. Rope Dock Atara with Ross McDonald on the stick, representing Royal Cork YC & Howth YC, scored a solid race win, leading the race from start to finish. Fionn Lyden’s Spiced Beef from Baltimore SC was second and Peter O’Leary’s Royal Cork team racing Ricochet was third.

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Flyover Photo Rick Tomlinson

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July B.L.T BLT Photo Rick Tomlinson

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Dragon Phantom Photo Rick Tomlinson

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July Indulgence Photo Rick Tomlinson

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Volvo Cork Week 2002 Wednesday 13 July 1720 Atara Harbour Race Photo Rick Tomlinson

Racing at Volvo Cork Week continues tomorrow with the penultimate day of racing for the regatta. Five race areas, in and outside Cork Harbour, will be organised by the Royal Cork Yacht Club.

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