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Can you identify this yacht?

Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by psdo, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. Milow232

    Milow232 Senior Member

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    She was sold by Burgess in June 2012 and was renamed afterwards.. However I do not know her Asking price when she was sold

    She arrived at Fassmar in October 2013 and will stay there until late April. This is their first big refit contract in superyachting. Fassmar builds originally rescue boats for the general shipping industry with facilities in Germany, Poland and China.
    They are also responsible for those stylish rescue tenders to "Al Mirquab" and "Topaz".
    I think I read somewhere that the also want to become a active superyacht builder now..
  2. apprentices

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    I boarded this Yacht at the Little Rock Yacht Club awhile back. I can't remember what brand she is. I heard in passing that she is Detroit powered with a length of 100ft...

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  3. pierberio

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    Replying to post dated 1.26.212
    The yacht in the background is now called Kiara.
    She was built in 1967 in France by SECNI ( Societe et Commerciale Nouvelle Industrie)
  4. HIBANX

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    Looks like an older (mid 80's) Broward.
  5. YachtForums

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    My thoughts too, or maybe a Denison? Hmmm... probably not, cause it's still floating! ;)
  6. captholli

    captholli Senior Member

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    From the limited photos one thing stands out and that would be the fwd raked single mast in lieu of the normal " Broward Arch" I would venture to say that this yacht is the 98' Broward built as " Fortuna" as she was only one of two built with the fwd rake in the mast and the other was Mystique but none had the fwd deck house feature these photos show with the exception of
    Shona Boy and she went to the scrappers as can be seen in the Broward thread, Ex Safari but looking at the window and pilot house lines my educated guess would be Fortuna.
  7. HTMO9

    HTMO9 Senior Member

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    Had to attend business in Bremen near the Weser River today, where I found this beauty. Her name on the funnel says NEDEVA. Also this woody is a little bit behind on her maintenance and cosmetics schedule,
    she looks like a beauty.

    From her stile, I would not think, she German or even European built. Has any of our members some knowledge about her builder, year and history?

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  8. AffrayedKnot

    AffrayedKnot Senior Member

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    She was delivered in 1930 by the NY Yacht, Launch & Engine Company of Morris Heights NY (the Bronx).
    Her yard number is 230345, and originally christened as "Nedeva" at 70 gross tons.
    She was later named "Shorleave" and documented by the USCG as O.N. 58528 and surveyed at:
    Length: 73.0 ft
    Breadth: 15.6 ft
    Depth: 6.9 ft
    Net Tonnage(NRT): 48
    She has since been transferred under the Germany registry in her original and current name NEDEVA
  9. HTMO9

    HTMO9 Senior Member

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    Wow, thank you very much AffrayedKnot, I am plain stunned. That is what I call knowledge. With your obvious inside knowledge, might I ask you, do you know, where we could get hold of her plans or at least her GAP ?
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    Rene GER Senior Member

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  11. HTMO9

    HTMO9 Senior Member

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    What a great piece of American boating history we now have in northern Germany. Compared to her condition, when she came to Germany in 2010, she is in pretty good shape now.
  12. AffrayedKnot

    AffrayedKnot Senior Member

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    Sorry to bounce earlier, I signed-off directly following my earlier post.

    There seems to be quite a bit of current info posted to the web. It's good to see that she has fallen to a diligent custodian.
    As for the GA; I found this (below) on the web. I hope this helps.

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    Can anyone ID the yacht behind the Azimut?

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    This one is really bugging me, I can picture it parked up in Imperia.
  17. SeaEric

    SeaEric YF Historian

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    Reviving an older thread: Spotted this interesting yacht yesterday at a dock in Indian Creek Village, Miami. Anyone know who built her?
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  18. AMG

    AMG YF Moderator

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    This is Moon Goddess by Espen Oeino, built at Danish Yachts in Denmark.

  19. SeaEric

    SeaEric YF Historian

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    Thank you Lars!
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    Moon Goddess was the "offspring" to Princess Marianna. You can see the DNA in the bow... ;)

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