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  1. Gibdan

    Gibdan Senior Member

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    Hi all, my name is Daniel and I am from sunny Gibraltar. I love anything that moves through the water and i especailly love the beautiful yachts that arrive in Gib every year. Although an amateur regarding types and characteristics about the different yachts i hope you at least enjoy my pics of yachts in Gibraltar.

    The following pics are of the following yachts:

    AL SALAMAH leaving Gib on the 23rd May 2005.
    ARIA in Gib on the 10th October 2004.
    AUSSIE RULES in Gib on the 27th February 2004.
    ELANYMOR leaving Gib on the 18th November 2003.
    LADY HALIMA in Gib on the 27th February 2004.



    Regards, Daniel.

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  2. Gibdan

    Gibdan Senior Member

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    Just a couple more.

    LONE RANGER in Gib on the 3rd December 2004.
    AMEVI SURPRISE in Gib on the 14th May 2005.
    LADY VISTA in Gib on the 14th April 2005.

    Regards, Daniel.

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  3. Gibdan

    Gibdan Senior Member

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    Last three for tonight:

    TICKLED PINK leaving Gib on the 24th September 2004.
    RONIN in Gib on the 28th October 2004.
    SUMMERWIND in Gib on the 10th October 2004.

    Regards, Daniel.

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  4. kootenay67

    kootenay67 Senior Member

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    Daniel : Great photos especially Elanymor which I dont see that often. Thanks for posting them.

    Regards Ken
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    Gibdan Senior Member

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    Thanks Ken, here's another of the ELANYMOR. Also included in this batch is the yacht LEANDER.

    Regards, Daniel.

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  6. YachtForums

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    Hi Daniel,

    Welcome aboard! Thanks for sharing pictures of yachts you've spotted in Gibraltar. :)
  7. Gibdan

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    Today in Gibraltar

    These two beautiful yachts arrived in Gibraltar this morning. The first one is the LADY MOURA with S 76 helicopter included.

    Daniel.

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    Here's the second one....INTUITION II. Can anyone supply me with details for this yacht?

    Daniel.

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  9. kootenay67

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    The Intuition II is a 1974 195 ft 59m Amels .She is the former Dutch pilot ship Spica converted in 1999. I believe her sister ship is elanymor

    Regards Ken
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    Many thanks Ken, I thought her hull looked familiar. Daniel.
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    OK, but who's the sub behind al salamah....?
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    Good Eye Tantetruus! Looks like Al Salamah has the ultimate "shadow" boat.
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    tantetruus New Member

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    mwa

    At least Octopus has the decency to keep his toys inside :)))
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    So true! I've got a PDF file on Octopus with interior pictures showing it's "little yellow submarine" in the hangar. When I received the file, I questioned the legitimacy of publishing it or sharing it with our members, so I contacted Joe Purtell and Vanessa Stuart at the Superyacht Society (who published the file) and was told this was not something that could be shared. Sorry!
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    mmm, strange, as you can see it in so many pictures circulating which are made simply when the hangar at the back is open.
    They are not that hush,hush about it either (no quick opening and quick closing or shouting crewmembers ones someone shows up while the back is open.
  16. YachtForums

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    Yes, I have seen these. But the PDF file made by the Superyacht Society had extensive interior pics, including the wheelhouse, engine room, media room, board room, etc. The only picture missing was the master stateroom. No loss, there are many more beautiful and unique yachts to discuss... :)
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    i must say that im amazed by the interiour pics i see on this forum.
    The extensive coverage of the millenium TWINE was unbelievable.
    Where do you get picture like these?
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    Thank Tantetruus! The pics on the M-140 were a combination of my digital camera and the professional images Millennium supplied to us for the review. The irony is... I have more pics of the bottom of the M-140's hull, than the rest of the yacht! But, that's another story...
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  20. Gibdan

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    Will do Bernd. For now here's a couple of yachts that were in Gibraltar yesterday.

    Top pic is the KAROCO.

    Bottom pics I couldn't get her name but she is a Lurssen boat and had a greek flag. :confused:

    Daniel.

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