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Discussion in 'Unique, Custom or New Yachts' started by Yacht News, Dec 5, 2009.

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    You see how complexed the platform is!
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    Guess who's featured in a magazine? Downloading as I post
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    Nice interior. Wish layouts were given. There are not a lot of broad shots so it's hard to get a picture for the layouts.
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    Any thing that you can PM me Ken?
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    Spectacular bathing platform! And spectacular yacht. Is amazing to see the engereeing that goes into any hull openings, the cost must be spectacular too.
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    She has an interesting engine configuration.

    Also, now I know where are the two biggest tenders which were under construction at Vaudrey Miller when their website was turned off.
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    Her tender's are very nice. I just wish half the photos weren't in black and white. Still need to read the review. Really stunning yacht though. It seems that she has done more with the space she has than what Palladium has done (but Palladium's volume comes from her extra height in the decks).
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    What does this mean for Devonport's large yacht building? I seem to remember reading that Pendennis builds decent 40m-60m boats...of course, what is/was the quality of Devonport prior to Pendennis' acquisition of Devonport? Since Pendennis now owns Devonport (at least the yard) could Pendennis be trusted to build a quality well engineered/high quality 80m-90m yacht?? Just curious...

    Cheers,
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    I have not seen a review of her yet so it is the first time I am seeing her aft decks in detail and it is gorgeous... I thought I would share it with you though.

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    I'm pretty sure this is the one I saw under construction in Feb-Mar 2009 when I was in the UK on business. I was on a contract with Babcock Marine and the manager of the project indicated they had a commercial side doing yachts as well as Royal Navy work. He brought us into the facility and showed us the yacht. It was about the same size as the destroyer they had in the facility.
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    That would be nice...Luis! Welcome to Yacht Forums!! :)
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    Nice pics, I finally get to see the 'mystery' of the inner workings of the aft hatches.
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    Luis, great pictures! Finally get to see the transom door opened. That gorgeous beach club wasn´t even featured in that magazine article on the boat. Muchisimas gracias. You will be able to make lots of great pictures, Tarragona is getting a very important base for megayachts, since Qatar bought the port Tarraco.
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    Another website is reporting that Alamshar has been delivered after over a decade of work being done on her.