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330 Million Euro Super Yacht

Today, the largest superyacht to date, docked in the port of Funchal.

The yacht, named APHO, was recently sold for 330 million euros, is 115.1-metres in length, larger than the 112-metre Sea Wolf, and belonged to Jamaican billionaire Michael Lee-Chin. The yacht was designed in honour of Ferrari, a brand idolised by the now former owner.

It has eight cabins and designed to carry 16 passengers.  A further four cabins are for its captain and other staff members. The yacht also boasts a thematic spa with massage room, Himalayan salt sauna, Turkish bath, a cinema room, a winter garden, a heated swimming pool, a helipad, and a further two 12-metre yachts, in addition to other rescue vessels.

The yacht costs an estimated 30 million dollars in running costs per year.

Samantha Gannon

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The stopover in Funchal began at 14:30 p.m., where it arrives from Feeport, Grand Bahama. According to APRAM, it leaves port at 18:30 p.m. bound for Gibraltar.

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