Who owns motor yacht incentive?

Who owns motor yacht incentive?

Palmer Johnson
Incentive is a motor yacht with a length of 43.3m. The yacht’s builder is Palmer Johnson from United States who delivered superyacht Incentive in 2004.

Who owns motor yacht Kaiser?

Inside KAISER Yacht • Abeking & Rasmussen • 2011 • Owner Oleksandr Yaroslavsky

Name: Kaiser
Designer: Donald Starkey Designs
Interior Designer: Bannenberg & Rowell Design
Year: 2011
Speed: 14

Where are Palmer Johnson Yachts made?

Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Located in America’s Great Lakes region in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, with showrooms in Fort Lauderdale and Monaco, luxury yacht builder Palmer Johnson constructs high performance superyachts up to 81.4 metres in length.

Who owns superyacht kisses?

Norman Braman
KISSES is one of the largest yachts in the world, built in Holland in 2000. Her owner, Norman Braman, is an American billionaire (having survived even the Bernie Madoff fiasco according to Wikipedia), the son of immigrant parents.

Who is the owner of the yacht A2?

The yacht A2 was built by Feadship in 1983. She was built as Circus II, for William Bennett. He was the founder of the gaming giant Circus Circus Enterprises. He died in 2002 at the age of 78. The net worth of Bill Bennett at the time of his death was $ 600 million. She was later sold to Les Wexner who named her Limitless.

Who is the designer of A2?

The multi-award winning 47m/154’2″ motor yacht ‘A2’ (ex. Circus II) was built by Feadship in the Netherlands at their Aalsmeer shipyard. Her interior is styled by design house Susan Peluo and she was completed in 1983. This luxury vessel’s exterior design is the work of De Voogt and she was last refitted in 2012.

Can I charter a motor yacht A2?

Motor yacht A2 is currently not believed to be available for private Charter. To view similar yachts for charter, or contact your Yacht Charter Broker for information about renting a luxury charter yacht.

Who owns the Lindemann A2?

In 2011 she was bought by George Lindemann, who named her A2 and sent her for a refit to Pendennis. She acts as a support vessel for the schooner Adela, which is also owned by the Lindemann family. The yacht is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines.

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