Photos: Super Yacht ‘T6′ Docks In St. George’s

August 27, 2015

The super-yacht T6 recently paid a visit to St. George’s, giving people both on shore and off a look at its size and features, which include a dedicated helicopter hangar.

Built in 2007, T6 measures in at 48.5 metres long, with five cabins able to house 10 guests.

An online description of the vessel says, “With an extraordinary range of 11,000 nautical miles, T6 has a dedicated helicopter hangar and is classed Lloyds 100 AI and is MCA compliant. Thanks to her impressive design T6 won the best displacement motoryacht in her class at the 2008 World Superyacht Awards.

“T6 was the dream of a highly experienced yachtsman who assembled his own design and construction team in order to ensure that the result should not only be attractive, but would also meet his stringent requirements of safety, seaworthiness and economic operation, together with his need for fully supported helicopter operations and a sizeable tender.

“The judges felt that this remarkable yacht, which took eight years in a New Zealand yard, met all of its owner’s requirements.”

T6 Motor Yacht Bermuda, August 26 2015-4

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T6 Motor Yacht Bermuda, August 26 2015-1

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  1. Jeremy Deacon says:

    Hope we see even more of these at St Gs.

  2. Commodore JB of BBIRYC says:

    I don’t mind having my yachts down in St George’s but only until I complete the dredging around my private island off of Darrell’s wharf.

  3. mixitup says:

    I don’t know.. you know after seeing The Eclipse and the Octopus here in Bermuda, every other yacht seems well you know, just ok…lol

  4. overboardhope says:

    All mega yachts are welcome.

  5. bluebird says:

    It is nice to see but very few Meggas travel on there own bottoms anymore as it is cheaper to be transported to various locations around the world.
    There are a few Bermudians that own meggas and they are not or don’t visit here.Maybe that would answer your question(s)as to why very few visit.