Photos: Ships Visiting St. George’s Harbour

May 19, 2019 | 1 Comment

St. George’s Harbour has been playing host to a number of different vessels in recent days with Friday seeing the Seven Seas Navigator docked at Penno’s Wharf, the superyacht Sealyon berthed at Bermuda Yacht Services at Ordnance Island and the RCGS Resolute ship anchored in the harbour.

The cruise ship Seven Seas Navigator is 565 foot long and carries an estimated 480 passengers and 325 crew members. This was the ship’s second of five scheduled visits to St. George’s this year.

According to YachtCharterFleet, superyacht Sealyon is a 202.76ft /61.8m custom motor yacht built in 2009 by Viareggio SuperYachts. Sealyon is currently available for charter at a rate of approximately $365,500 per week plus expenses.

Sealyon’s interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 rooms, including a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 16 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

RCGS Resolute is being utilised for the Ocean Plastics Leadership Summit whose website says, “The first annual Ocean Plastics Leadership Summit gathers leaders from across the plastic value chain to viscerally experience the reality of the ocean plastics crisis.

“More than 100 global change makers will attend the Ocean Plastics Leadership Summit. Participants will share best practices, highlight existing solutions and explore new innovations by confronting one of the most challenging issues on the planet.

“For four days, through solutions-based programming, an onboard microplastics lab, an innovation hub, trawling for plastic in the open ocean and a beach cleanup, we’ll deep dive into the marine debris crisis.

“We’ll explore new ways to engage the entire value chain and address challenges related to infrastructure, financing and industry collaboration.”

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  1. Holy Moly says:

    As always, great shots, Bernews!

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