Flying Fox is the 14th biggest yacht in the world. She is now available for charter. The Italian media dubbed her the 'Jeff Bezos Yacht,' but Amazon issued a statement denying his participation. Jeff Bezos is in the process of building a huge sailing boat.
FLYING FOX, a 136m luxury superyacht for charter, has been tasked with becoming the new definition of a tailor-made and one-of-a-kind charter adventure. She is currently only available through Imperial, who is serving as Charter's Central Agent.
Her curvy and extraordinary exterior design, combined with her dove grey hull designed by award-winning Espen Øino, combine to create a spectacular and one-of-a-kind vessel. Her 136-metre length and PYC compliance, as well as her 22.5m broad beam, offer a pleasant living area and a distinctive design on both the outside and inside. FLYING FOX can accommodate up to 25 people: her elegant, modern interior design by Mark Berryman includes 11 staterooms for 25 guests in night mode, all with private sea-view terraces.
The 12-metre swimming pool that runs transversely on the Main deck is a first for a superyacht of this scale and a technological challenge unlocked. For those wishing to escape the outer world, FLYING FOX is designed with a never-previously-seen 400sqm 2-floor Spa with the greatest assets and treatments that only a palace can give.
Lurssen Yachts just delivered the boat. She was dubbed "Project SHU." On AIS data, her name was changed to Flying Fox. Her first stopover was in Norway. She has since spent time in the Mediterranean, visiting Cannes, Capri, and Sardinia. She spent the winter of 2019/2020 in the Maldives and conducted several charters. She will return to the Mediterranean in June 2020.
One of the World's Largest Yachts
The Flying Fox is one of the world's biggest yachts. She is the world's 14th biggest yacht in terms of length. A location shared with the well-known boat Savarona. Which is the exact same length.
However, she is a significantly larger yacht than Savarona. Because she has a lot of loudness. She is 136 meters (446 feet) long and has a beam of 20.5 meters (67ft). Her draught measures 5 meters.
Espen Øino designed the boat. Its hull is made of steel, while her superstructure is made of aluminum. She's propelled by two MTU engines. According to AIS data, the vessel has a peak speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots. However, we believe she is capable of faster speeds.
A big pool on the main deck aft is one of the yacht's attractions. There's also a cinema, an elevator, and two helipads. She has the capacity to transport the biggest helicopters on the market.
She features a wide beach area as well as a number of swim platforms. The boat offers a two-deck spa that includes a gym, sauna, hammam, and massage room. The boat is equipped with a hospital and a decompression chamber.
Yacht Purchase Price
We anticipate that the superyacht will cost (at least) $300 million. She takes the place of a 73-meter Nobiskrug yacht. She was sold and is now named Dytan.
Imperial Yachts can arrange for the Flying Fox yacht to be chartered. The yacht is not available for purchase.
The boat is equipped with an Airbus H155 helicopter. With VP-CFF registration. The unit cost of an Airbus H155 is $10 million.
Owner of a Flying Fox
According to reports in Italy and Turkey, the boat is owned by US billionaire Jeff Bezos. However, we do not believe Flying Fox is Jeff Bezos' yacht. Amazon's Chairman, CEO, and President is Jeff Bezos. His net worth is estimated to be $ 165 billion. As a result, he can afford such a boat. Amazon.com issued a statement denying his participation.
Dmitry Vladimirovich Kamenshchik, according to some reports, is the owner of the Lürssen superyacht Flying Fox.
Dmitry Vladimirovich Kamenshchik is the chairman and owner of Moscow Domodedovo Airport in Russia. According to Forbes, he is the 27th richest Russian businessman, with a net worth of $3.8 billion as of April 2015.