$55 Million Superyacht Docks In St George’s

May 25, 2012

The 180 foot superyacht “Harbour Island” recently arrived in Bermuda, and is presently docked in St George’s. The superyacht was built by Newcastle Shipyard in Florida, and launched in 2011.

It is one the 10 largest private yachts built in the United States of America over the past 50 years. Presently listed for sale, the asking price for the superyacht is $55 million.

Charterworld said, “One of the very interesting features onboard superyacht ‘Harbour Island’ is her generous infinity pool which is positioned on the split level sundeck facing aft towards the water.

“She also boasts a raised “veranda” on her main aft deck and on her sky lounge aft deck is an expansive built in custom seating aft of the alfresco dining area.”

“Harbour Island” can accommodate 12 yacht guests overnight, in 6 staterooms, in a two king master suite format. The two king masters are located on the vessel’s main deck and she also has a sky lounge deck, to forward, as well as a VIP king guest suite situated on the lower deck. The crew accommodations cater for 12 people in 7 cabins.

The Main Deck has an expansive Main Salon and Dining area, the ships Galley, the first Master stateroom, and two crew cabins. The Upper Deck has a panoramic Sky Lounge area, a service pantry, the Captain’s Cabin and a second Master Stateroom, while the Bridge Deck has the wheelhouse and the ship’s office spaces.

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  1. Truth is killin' me... says:

    Chump change!

  2. Not Quite says:

    ummmm….in the yachting world this is peanuts. Now when Chelsea owner and billionaire Roman Abramovich shows up here with his 557ft Eclipse yacht 3 times the size of this, and 20 times the cost(1 billion euro), then jaws will drop. Google it….lol this thing could be used as a tender for his yacht….

  3. Cranberry says:

    I buy two – for my keeds…

  4. robert l says:

    i wonder if customs went on this yacht an searched their cabins and safes when no one was in the rooms. hmmmm…..

    • tricks are for kids says:

      @ robert……..I was thinking the same thing……….

  5. Mountbatten says:

    The pride of Trawe .

  6. Triangle Drifter says:

    The brokers heard that Brown is on the island & is looking to trade up on the one he already has. Maybe it is here for a test ride.

  7. Oh really says:

    I’m informed the Captain said
    “Sorry,we have no bones for your dog”" to the Sniffing Dog Guy

  8. Cindy Gunther says:

    Fabulous boat and a sight to see in Bermuda!

    The article did not mention that the international award winning firm, Claudette Bonville Associates out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida was the interior designer for the vessel and that it is up for three internatione design awards this year.