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.
El Leon in Bali
El Leon, the first 54M Mangusta GranSport, is enjoying a long stay in Bali, Indonesia after arriving there in October 2020. In September 2020, El Leon set off from the Gold Coast of Australia after spending the summer months island hopping in the Pacific.
Cloudbreak in Cornwall
The 72 metre Abeking & Rasmussen explorer yacht Cloudbreak has been spotted moored in Cornwall after crossing over from The Netherlands. Designed by legendary superyacht designer Espen Øino, Cloudbreak owes her name to a wave in Fiji favoured by surfers and features a ski room, fireplace and commercially certified superyacht helideck for its custom Bell 429 Global Ranger.
Sea Eagle II in the mid pacific
The world’s largest aluminium sailing yacht Sea Eagle II is currently underway in the Pacific Ocean just south of the Cook Islands. According to BOAT Pro AIS, the 81 metre Royal Huisman-built yacht has been island hopping in French Polynesia since setting sail from Panama in January.
Ragnar in Egypt
In Egypt, the 68 metre converted explorer yacht Ragnar is on the move again after spending almost a week moored in Sharm El-Sheikh. It comes after the yacht began the year island hopping in The Maldives, before crossing the Red Sea last month. With the name of a Viking warrior, the strength of a tug, an ice-breaking hull and a fantasy-filled interior, Ragnar was redelivered last year after undergoing a two-year conversion.
Andromeda in The Maldives
Andromeda, (previously named Ulysses), began March in Singapore, before heading west to The Maldives where the yacht is now at anchor. The 107.4m Kleven-built explorer began the year in Papua New Guinea before stopping off on the north coast of Australia and Bali. First delivered in 2016, Andromeda was the first private superyacht to be built at the Norwegian yard.
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