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Where in the world: Top superyacht locations this week
The global superyacht fleet is always on the move. Using BOAT Pro’s pioneering AIS fleet tracker, we keep an eye on the furthest flung superyachts of the week.
Club M in Pula
The new Baglietto 39.75 metre Club M is currently nestled in Pula, on the tip of Croatia’s Istrian peninsula. Penned by Horacio Bozzo, the superyacht journeyed across the Adriatic after leaving from Sarande, Albania earlier in the week.
Al Raya in the Gulf of Eden
Lazy Z in Golfito Bay, Costa Rica
Oceano’s 51 metre superyacht Lazy Z is currently moored in Costa Rica's Golfito Bay after travelling to and from the Galapagos Islands over the last month. First delivered in 1997, the steel and aluminium hulled vessel underwent a $3 million refit in 2017 and was most recently sold in 2020.
Geco in Rineia, Greece
Delivered last year by Italian builder Admiral, the 55 metre Geco has been island-hopping in Greece and is currently moored in Rineia. Built in aluminium as one of the yard’s Admiral S-Force series, Geco features accommodation for 12 guests.
Octopus in Marseille
The 126 metre Lürssen superyacht Octopus is currently moored in Marseille after travelling up from Málaga, Spain on May 2. Originally commissioned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, Octopus is currently listed for sale with an asking price of €235m.
For access to BOAT Pro's pioneering AIS superyacht tracker, visit boatinternational.com/boat-pro.