Discussion in 'Popular Yacht Topics' started by superyachtie, Feb 27, 2006.
Name the yacht! (ignore the pretty shoulder)
Thats a real toughie, maybe easier to name the shoulder.
My guess is M/Y Evergreen.
Stbd or Port side shown?
C'mon K1W1, you can see the portside nav-light!
Al Salamah (ex Mipos) ???
That is not a private yacht but rather a commercial cruise yacht, it looks like one of the Seaborne yachts either, Seabourne Legend or " " Pride.
MYS 08 Trivia
Which yacht is taken to the cleaners here?
Looks like OceAnco "Lady Christine". BTW, did Kevin answer the reply just indeed if it is one of the Seabourne yachts?
Ok, Here is a beauty I came across. what is it?
65' Saint Custom Express, a Charlie Jannace design.
Correct! Her name is Miss OSB, and features a structural fiberglass & OSB hull. Word is that the owner is in the plywood industry. I snapped a detail pic of the hull with my phone after we saw it out of the water. has its own custom trailer for running up the highway to Canada. other pics as well. enjoy.
Your turn Eric!
Beautiful yacht, but what's the story with that swim platform (jets. surface piercing drives)?
According to the specs, She is powered by top-of-the-line CAT C32 ACERT power with custom Doen Waterjets, she cruises comfortably at 30 knots and tops-out about 40 knots.
Not my turn. I get criticized for mine being too tough. Someone else go.
When the Miss OSB was on the trailer, the big scoops for reverse were up inside the bumps on the platform
ok, here are a pair.
no guesses? one of them should be pretty easy for Ken.
I was on the Miss OSB when she was in the later stages of construction as a guest of Col Hugh Saint.
The workmanship and detail is outstanding, the engine room is fairly tight with those engines- working on them would not be easy to put it mildly.
Looks like Orion in the foreground haven't a clue on the one in the background
Sorry mast is wrong
That could be Hilarium in the distance
Hilarium is correct, built by NQEA (same as Rena) is why I figured you would get it.