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Zenobia by Abeking & Rasmussen Yachts

Discussion in 'Abeking & Rasmussen Yacht' started by christo303, Nov 22, 2003.

  1. christo303

    christo303 Senior Member

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    The newest delivered yacht by the German yard of Abeking & Rasmussen if this ZENOBIA. Another in the same series with the name of KWIKUMAT had been launched but so far she has not been delivered to her owners.

    Zenobia is seen her at Cap d'Ail near Monaco in June 2003.

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  2. christo303

    christo303 Senior Member

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    Zenobia

    stern view

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  3. christo303

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    Zenobia

    another angle

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  4. christo303

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    Zenobia

    midships...

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  5. YachtForums

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    A very fine looking yacht! I especially like the "brows" or "overhangs" that extend forward from the bridge/pilothouse. So many new yachts have favored sleek swept back lines, but Zenobia achieves this look while incorporating classic design elements such as forward brows.

    A magnificent yacht and an excellent photographer.... thanks Christo!
  6. barno

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    zenobia is in maldives

    I have just returned from a holiday in the Maldives 05-04-04,and was sat on the beach one morning to to be surprised by the yacht that had stopped and anchored of the island of Bandos ,as im not one bit into yachts , i was fascinated by this magnificent vessel ,so on returning I decided to do a liitle research into this yacht and this is how i came to find this forum . the zenobia then was loaded with supplies , from shore ,and was stil anchored there the day i left to return home
  7. barno

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    Zenobia in Maldives

    photo of Zenobia in Maldives on 03-04-04

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  8. YachtForums

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    Hi Barno!

    Welcome aboard. Glad to see Zenobia made a yachting enthusiast out of you. Sometimes, there's greater pleasure in looking at them than owning them!

    For many of us, we may never own vessels of this magnitude, but we can still dream and aspire, or at the very least... work toward a small version of the same.

    I hope you don't mind, but I edited the picture you supplied of Zenobia to fit better and allow faster downloads for viewers on dial up.

    If you have any more pictures or information (on any vessel), please feel free to post. Again, welcome to YachtForums. We'll look forward to seeing you online.

    Carl
  9. kootenay67

    kootenay67 Senior Member

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    Zenobia

    In the photo #4 of Zenobia titled " midships " what are the openings just forward of the running lights - docking platforms or ? .
  10. DBowman78

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    The openings forward of the running lights most likely conceal the life-rafts. In an emergency they would open and the rafts would deploy.
  11. kootenay67

    kootenay67 Senior Member

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    Zenobia

    Thanks DBowman78 for the information. I appreciate you answering my question.
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    Zenobia

    Zenobia was in the Maldives for 10 days. It was on it's way back from the Seychelles where it spent Christmas with it's owners. It is about to leave from Cap d'Ail it's berth place to go and spend the month of June on the costs of Turkey.
  13. snorro

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    Zenobia

    Two pictures last oktober in Monaco from the Zenobia
    Last picture shows the Lady Moura behind the Zenobia

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    Zenobia II

    Same day same spot
    Zenobia from above (the most left boat)

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    You take some great pics when you're not sleeping Snorro! ;)

    Welcome aboard!!!
  16. Lifecrystal

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    Lady Maura

    I am most facinated with Lady Maura. Could anyone direct me to a website where I could find more info on her or is she restricted property so to speak.
  17. Lifecrystal

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    Hi Christo

    I have seen so many pics and interesting bits and pieces posted by you in forums and on Webshots. You must be an avid "Yacht Spotter" who has had gained a good deal of knowledge of the comings and goings of these yachts. Any idea where I could go for more info on Lady Maura?
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    Zenobia Monaco Aug 04

    I have no idea if I should be posting these so apologies in advance to admin/mods. :eek:

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    Hi PPO2,

    Your pics and participation are welcome! We're happy to have you onboard. :)

    Carl

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