Discussion in 'Oceanco Yacht' started by Yacht News, Sep 7, 2007.
This last part took a while, it became dark very fast
After a very long day, about 5.00 o'clock in the morning the yard is quiet again. On the right side also Vibrant Curiosity is back on it's spot
Excellent work Basbas! Thanks for your work.
Fabulous photo (I'm very jealous, it looks perfect, wish I made it! Congratulations to the owner, looks very impressive and esthetically pleasing) of Vibrant Curiosity:
Basbas. Good sequence. Always a bit of tension when seeing project segments being assembled. When it's done correctly and all works out it's such a relief.
Of course we know that project Y-706 is now called "7 Seas". Seems like she started trials. Seen a few pics with her headed out to trials.
A glimpse at "Seven Seas" tenders.
Limo and sports shuttle
There are some pics onboard "Seven Seas" unfortunately I cannot post the link
More on that Limo to "Seven Seas"..its by Hodgdon Yachts...
She once was available for charter but I do not see her listed anymore. Does anyone know if she still is? If she remains on the charter market, hopefully more interior photos will follow.
Searched at the importanst brokers wbesites and didn't find her,
maybe the owner wants that he's the only who can enjoy
I think I had sent you the particular link to the interior photos I found a while back in a private message? It was you?
Can I have them please too, Yachtnews?
I'm looking for it but I am not seeing them anymore apparently like Germanyachting suggested she might have been pulled from charter? maybe the photos vanished with that?
missed the pics like months ago by Eclipse..
I could understand why "Eclipse's" photos can't be leaked because she is a totally private yacht -even though she had been advertized for select charter to those whom may afford-. Seven Seas was put on the wider charter market. Hence why we saw pics initially. But if the owner decided to take her back I can understand why the pics vanished
Yea his Money , his yacht , his decision
Yes you sent the link to me. That site pulled them shortly after you gave me the link. Luckily I saved all the photos and the corresponding .PDF file.