Cruise the Crystal Waters of Biscayne Bay on the $40 Million MegaYacht

Here is your chance to cruise the crystal waters of Biscayne Bay on the $40 million MegaYacht. SeaFair will launch of Miami’s first luxury daily scheduled Dinner and Weekend Brunch Cruises, beginning on April 17th.
SeaFair Miami to Offer Dinner & Weekend Brunch Cruises Aboard $40 Million MegaYacht What better way to enjoy the Miami sunset than with cocktails on the Sky Deck followed by a gourmet dinner after dark watching the City Lights in the VIP restaurant? While cruising browse the unique offerings of 18 art galleries and luxury boutiques. Local and internationally renowned artists, receptions, art performances and more. Enjoy family celebrations for Saturday and Sunday brunch on Miami’s only MegaYacht. All on the MegaYacht Grand Luxe SeaFair. The Sunset & City Lights Cruises will run Tues.-Thurs. and the price is $79, while Fri.-Sat. is $89, add $49 for a gourmet dinner. The Weekend Brunch & Bay Cruises will run Sat./Sun. and will cost you $89, also add $39 for a full buffet brunch. SeaFair Miami to Offer Dinner & Weekend Brunch Cruises Aboard $40 Million MegaYacht SeaFair Miami to Offer Dinner & Weekend Brunch Cruises Aboard $40 Million MegaYacht

The Nereids’ Azteca II Luxury Superyacht For Sale

Nereids’ Azteca II Luxury Superyacht Nereids’ Azteca II Luxury Superyacht Luxury superyacht Azteca II, built by the Turkey shipyard Nereids Yachts in 2005, is on sale at Fort Lauderdale, Florida at a price of $20 million. Conspicuously elegant yacht built into a welded-steel hull of 50 meters features a beautiful interior designed by Michael Leach Design. Every space aboard the Azteca II has been designed to provide absolute comfort in a relaxed atmosphere. Azteca II offers accommodation for 12 guests in six luxury and spacious staterooms including a full width Master Suite on the main deck and on the lower deck, a full width VIP cabin, 2 double cabins and two twin cabins, all with private ensuite facilities. Mega yacht features a huge sun bathing area, and shaded area plus a new 6-person Jacuzzi on the sundeck. Motor yacht Azteca II also has a spacious aft deck and a large upper deck with al fresco dining facilities. Both the Upper deck and Main deck are fitted with day heads for guest use.

World’s Largest Yacht Eclipse Delivered to Abramovich

Eclipse - The World’s Largest Yacht Eclipse – The World’s Largest Yacht After spending an extended amount of time in Hamburg to undergo further sea trials, tests and adjustments, the 162.5m superyacht Eclipse left the world respected Blohm + Voss shipyard on December 9th and has now been successfully delivered to Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. The construction of motor yacht Eclipse started in 2006 and she underwent sea trials in May 2010 after years of design, development and construction. The massive yacht is believed to have sufficient space for 30 guests and a crew of 75. The luxury mega yacht also features a 16m swimming pool that converts into a dance floor, a personal submarine, two helipads and interior design by famous architect, Terrence Disdale. The Blohm & Voss built mega yacht reportedly has intruder detection alarms installed as well as an advanced missile defence system.

David Geffen Buys Out Larry Ellison to Seize Control of Rising Sun, World’s Sixth Largest Yacht

David Geffen's Rising Sun Yacht David Geffen’s Rising Sun Yacht Music mogul David Geffen is now the sole owner of Rising Sun, the world’s sixth largest yacht, having seized control from co-owner Larry Ellison. In 2004 the German Lurssen shipyard launched one of the largest superyachts in the world, the 456 ft. Jon Bannenberg designed Rising Sun. She was commissioned by well known yachtsman Larry Ellison and nearly 4 years ago David Geffen joined Larry Ellison as co-owner of Rising Sun. Considerably bigger than other billionaire boats like Paul Allen’s Octopus, the Rising Sun has in excess of 8,000m² of living space with 82 rooms across five decks. Onyx countertops, a gymnasium, spa, sauna, wine cellar, private cinema, and basketball court that converts to a helipad are some of the fancy touches. Cost about $250 million to build, mega yacht Rising Sun are powered with four MTU 20V 8000 M90 diesel engines with a combined output of 50,000 hp that move the massive yacht along at up to 28 knots.