Dorset harbour Superyachts: THREE posh superyachts worth a combined £150million have cruised into Dorset harbour to see out the Covid pandemic.
It’s believed the trio of luxury vessels are moored here because of a lack of spaces in upmarket hotspots like Monaco, Nice and Majorca.
‘Elandess’, worth £92m and a staggering 240ft in length, made its grand entrance in the south coast harbour last month.
Unsurprisingly, they’ve all been turning heads since arriving at the south coast harbour to wait out the pandemic.
The 165ft long Totally Nuts has just been built and has come to Poole straight from renowned boat builders Feadship in the Netherlands.
Totally Nuts is thought to be owned by billionaire investor Sarkis Izmirlian, who owns the high-end Baha Mar Resort and casino in the Bahamas.
The vessel accommodates 10 guests in five cabins and 10 crew who have their own accommodation on board.
It is thought to be one of the fastest superyachts in its class with a top speed of 28 knots.
Meanwhile the 115ft long ‘Out of the Blue’ was made by exclusive boat builders Sunseeker, whose premises are opposite the marina it is now berthed in.
The vessel was completed in 2020 and has also been designed to accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins.
There is a luxurious master suite, two double cabins and two twin cabins.
She has a British flag and is named after the Electric Light Orchestra album Out of the Blue. The vessel even has the ELO logo painted on its side.
‘Elandess’ is reportedly owned by the multi-millionaire Lloyd Dorfman, founder of the currency exchange company Travelex.
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