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| OceAnco | 55.63M | "QUEEN MAVIA" ex. "Lady Christine" | 2001 |

Discussion in 'Oceanco Yacht' started by christo303, Jan 12, 2004.

  1. CaptainDean

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    Lady Christine makes a visit to Monhegan Is, Maine.

    We were privileged to see her briefly anchor off Monhegan whilst her crew visited a local store.

    Beautiful.

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  2. willsag

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    Hey guys, i was taking a cruise into Marblehead harbor (Massachusetts) yesterday afternoon 8/14/09 and got a great close up view of the Lady Christine. What an amazing vessel.
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    With all the post I have seen, I surprised not to have seen the 45 knot 35 meter jet
    boat tagging along". you might say it's in the family.:)
  4. Yacht News

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    She looks strange without the heli onboard...
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    "Lady Christine" price reduction

    The oceAnco "Lady Christine" has been for sale for a while now and just saw a price reduction. She is now up for sale for 35 million Euros according to Edmiston down from 39 million Euros. Lady Christine is a 55.63-meter yacht built by oceAnco in 2001.
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    What's the story behind this one..?!

    Seen in vanLent shipyard

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    Welcome to YF.com Arubananne, thanks for the photo as well, if you have more photos that you took you are welcome to post them of this new yacht! If so post them in the link-thread suggested by K1W1.
  9. imichelena

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    I´ve saw her in Venece this July

    Hi everyone!

    I´m new at the forum and i wanted to salute you!

    This July i was on vacation with my girldfriend arround europe. On 21th i saw Lady Christine and she impacts me.

    Here are somo photos:

    In Venece:
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    Hope you like it!

    Bye,

    Ignacio
  10. Angelus

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    Lady Christine

    Thanks for the info ! I was rather suprised that she was back in Europe when I saw the thread by email.. I am afraid to say, Well, Nice yacht ! There is no doubt ! But, Alas.. The wrong Lady Christine ! Could be her twin sister there is no mistake. This is a much later yacht. Lady Christine in question on this thread being launched 2000. Still. Nice Pics and glad you posted them.
  11. K1W1

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    Hi,

    The one pictured above is the current yacht to bear that name.

    This one came out of Van Lent and the previous smaller one was an Oceanco one.
  12. Angelus

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    Lady Christine verses Lady Christine

    Which begs the question. 'Why did Feadship almost clone the original and just stretch it and then still call it Lady Christine..' Same buyer? Having been the Lead Mechanical designer for the Oceanc Lady Christine I have always held her above all. She was My baby and spent 70+ hours a week while in design. Spent over 100 hours onboard. Then Feadship turn out this. No love lost between mer and Feadship at all having been a senior designer there too. This is probably the best MY they ever built. She is a lovely example,,,, BUT hardly original ! ! But seeing as this is a thread dedicated to Ocenaco Lady Christine and NOT Feadship I will just let that one slip..
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    Hi,

    To the best of my knowledge it is the same Owner for both.
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    Name change for this vessel, she is now known as "Queen Mavia".

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