Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by German Yachting, May 29, 2018.
"ANNA" has started her sea trials already... here she is operating under her own power.
Anna has been delivered and is on route to Gibraltar.
Yes she has been delivered.
Nice video and she is very well designed. Hopefully she will be a boat that travels and doesn’t sit in one position.
Initially I really did not like the mast, thought it was ridiculously tall and oversized but it really does look nice on her now that she is finished.
"ANNA" has completed her first Atlantic crossing and has arrived in Falmouth Marina in Antigua.
Drone footage of "ANNA's" arrival into Antigua last season.
"ANNA" left Antigua a week ago if I remember correctly and here she is now arriving in Gibraltar safely crossing the pond.
Clean, modern, and sleek. Too bad for that really tall antenna.
Honestly, I have gotten over the oversized deer antler mast...it has grown on me.
"Anna" arriving in Tahiti a couple months ago.
I'm surprised more yachts don't travel to the South Pacific. Anna looks great there.
What... they can't afford the diesel?
Andromeda, formerly Ulysses, was in San Diego a few months ago. I noticed that it was leaving the Coronado Roads anchorage without a destination in their AIS, so I followed it on Marinetraffic. It ended up in The Bora Bora area . Once it arrived there, I was astounded at the number of megayachts are in the area. Zoom in on Tahiti Here, and then look around the islands. As we watch the megayachts being churned out one-by-one, we lose sight of how many are out there. There must be a coconut shortage down that way by now
"Anna" is back in the water...well she has been in the water for a couple weeks now... but finally she left Gibraltar after being out of the water there for yard work.