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.
Moon Sand and Here Comes The Sun in London
The 55.5m Lürssen superyacht Moon Sand is currently moored in the UK capital alongside the 89m Amels flagship Here Comes The Sun, which recently finished an extensive refit. Here Comes The Sun arrived in London on November 24 while Moon Sand has been in the capital since November 14 following delivery.
Solo in the Maldives
The 72m Tankoa Yachts superyacht Solo is currently anchored in the Maldives after arriving in the archipelago in October. The yacht, which was delivered by Tankoa in 2018, travelled to the Maldives from Turkey, navigating the Suez Canal, the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea in October, before arriving in the Maldives on October 27.
Hanse Explorer in the Atlantic
The 48m polar expedition yacht Hanse Explorer is currently underway in the Atlantic ocean, underway for Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands. It comes as the yacht prepares to welcome back charter guests after completing a. multi-month refit project.
La Datcha underway for Antarctica
The 77 metre SeaXplorer superyacht by Damen Yachting La Datcha is currently underway for Antarctica, where it will spend the winter charter season. Delivered in 2020, La Datcha is a go-anywhere explorer capable of visiting the most remote corners of the earth.
Legend in Antarctica
The 77m luxury explorer yacht Legend has already arrived in Antarctica and is currently anchored off King George Island. Originally delivered in 1974 as an icebreaking tug from Dutch yard IHC Verschure, Legend is now available for charter with Y.CO.
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