Discussion in 'Boat Shows & Yacht Watching' started by German Yachting, Apr 3, 2011.
Luna in San Diego.
Meduse in San Diego at the Embarcadero.
Oberon and another sailing yacht that I do not know the name of at the Embarcadero.
Many thanks for these great photos Ken, they are really appreciated!!
"Luna" is looking really good on photos. Wait "Oberon" is also part of RA's fleet?
That is the beautiful 179ft schooner designed by Andre Hoek and built by Vitters shipyard in 2005! Again thank you.
Well, if I was allowed to edit my post, I would call her Adèle then. She didn't have her AIS on when I went there. I thought Oberon was but she has been sitting in San Diego for months and months now (maybe a year), for sale as well I believe, and Luna has been in town for several months as well.
Oberon and Vibrant Curiosity at the Embarcadero on April 26, 2013.
Vibrant Curiosity at the Embarcadero on April 26, 2013.
Vibrant Curiosity at the Embarcadero on April 26, 2013 part 3.
That explains where VC vanished to! Umm the Sea Axe is "Oberon"? The shadow for the A&R "Titan"?
Here are some night shots of Vibrant Curiosity. She didn't have the underwater lights going on much. Sorry if the photos are a tad out of focus/blurry. I need to get a lens with a lower f-stop.
The photos are nice Ken Anyone could answer my question about the 50-meter Sea Axe?
The sea axe is Oberon but I'm not sure who she shadows. She has been here for about 6 months I believe.
I honestly get mixed up between "Umbra" and "Oberon"... I do know one is for "TITAN" and the other, "Eclipse", it's probably Umbra that is for the former largest yacht.
I snapped this photo of Luna, while being in San Diego December.
I've been told by someone on good authority that the axe is owned by a well known Russian that likes to use it just for himself fishing in Alaska. Its been in San Diego for the past few years during the winter.
It has been a good summer for spotting. Here are some photos of Lady Christine at the Embarcadero on May 24, 2013.
And here are Athena and Vibrant Curiosity part one.