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7 superyachts that have ventured to Scotland

7 superyachts that have ventured to Scotland

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While Scotland may not seem like the most obvious summer destination for superyachts a surprising number have recently been charmed by its dramatic landscapes and picturesque villages. Find out which superyachts have made the effort to venture north and discover Scotland’s natural beauty.

1. Amaryllis

In July 2017, 78.4 metre superyacht Amaryllis was spotted moored up at James Watt Dock Marina in Greenock. Delivered in 2011 by Abeking & Rasmussen, she can accommodate up to 12 guests in six elegant cabins. She boasts a large superyacht pool with coloured lighting alongside numerous lounge areas on deck as well as a piano lounge, circular dining room, private study, sauna and a gymnasium.

Amaryllis has also been spotted in recent years cruising off the Isle of Wight, Formentera, Miami, the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

The 65 metre superyacht Lady M has also been spotted cruising in Scotland in May, stopping in Inverary, Loch Fyne, Greenock and Glasgow.

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