logging in or signing up octopus Venere Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 6337 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (7) Dislike it (0) Added: January 25, 2008 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript The Worlds Largest Privately Owned Yacht “Octopus” : The Worlds Largest Privately Owned Yacht “Octopus” In 2003, the launch of Paul Allen's 127m (416ft) "Octopus" secured its number one position as the world's largest yacht. Microsoft's "accidental billionaire" Paul Allen - worth US$20 billion according to Forbes, the third richest man in America and 7th in the world - owns two other monsters yachts such as Tatoosh ranked 3rd in the World in 2003. Octopus cost Allen over US$200 million and has Permanent crew of 60, including several former Navy Seals. It has two helicopters, seven boats, a 10 man submarine and a remote controlled vehicle for crawling on the Ocean floor. The submarine has the capacity to sleep eight for up to two weeks underwater. On average, owners must spend a minimum of 10 percent of the purchase price every year to keep these yachts in good working condition and cover crew salaries. Therefore “Octopus” which cost Allen US$200 million requires a US$20 million annual budget. Statistics: Statistics Launched: 01 Aug 2003, First Movement: 01 Jan 2004 Managed: Fraser Yachts, Fort Lauderdale Crew: 60 permanent crew Submarine: 40ft, 10 man Olympic - Submarine Technologies Seattle, WA. Main Tender: 63ft "Man of War" Vikal International - Perth, Western Australia Tenders: 7 x of various sizes Dimensions: LOA: 126.187m (414 feet) Beam: 21m (68.90ft) Draught: 5.85m (19.20ft) Breadth Mould: 21m Depth: 12.5 Net Tonnage: 2,979 mt Deadweight: 1570 mt Gross Registered Tonnage: 9,932 mt Fuel: 849,446 litres (224,400 gls) Water: 174,886 llitres (46,200 gls) Range: 8,000 nm Max speed: 20 knots Engines: Eight x 2,400 hp Mercedes-Benz diesels + Two x 6 MW ABB electric motors Design Details: Builder: Lurssen, Howaldtswerke - Deutsche Werft Kiel, Germany, Yard No : 370 Built: 2003 Construction: Steel Naval Architects: Espen Oeino, Antibes Interior Designers: Jonathan Quinn Barnett, Christian Grevstad Naval Architect: Lurssen Werft Flag: Cayman Islands (British), Georgetown Class: Lloyd's Register Slide3: AntibesDocking at Antibes: Docking at AntibesSlide5: Hangar & Basketball CourtBasketball Court: Basketball CourtBow Thrusters: Bow ThrustersForward Chopper: Forward ChopperBow Chopper Landing: Bow Chopper LandingChopper x 2 Hangar: Chopper x 2 HangarChopper x 2 Hangar: Chopper x 2 HangarAft Chopper Take off: Aft Chopper Take offAft Chopper Landing: Aft Chopper Landing At Anchor: At AnchorAft Chopper : Aft Chopper Choppers x 2 : Choppers x 2 Aerial View: Aerial View At Port in the Med: At Port in the MedMast Helm: Mast Helm Tender Storage: Tender StorageMan of War - Launching: Man of War - LaunchingMan of War - 63ft Tender: Man of War - 63ft TenderMan of War - Tender: Man of War - TenderNight View: Night ViewNight View: Night ViewNight View: Night ViewNight View: Night ViewPool at Night: Pool at NightTop View of Spa & Pool: Top View of Spa & PoolPool & Spa: Pool & SpaBow & Tender View: Bow & Tender ViewCruising: CruisingCruising: CruisingIn Port: In PortIn Port: In PortIn Port: In PortTenders at Anchor: Tenders at Anchor Aft Starboard Hatches: Aft Starboard HatchesCraft Dock, Spa & Bar : Craft Dock, Spa & Bar Starboard Bar & Spa: Starboard Bar & SpaCraft Dock, Spa & Bar: Craft Dock, Spa & BarStarboard Bridge: Starboard BridgeAft View: Aft View Aft View: Aft View Aft View : Aft View Sub: Sub Sub Storage : Sub Storage Sub in Docking Station: Sub in Docking Station Sub Approach : Sub Approach Port Tender Launching: Port Tender LaunchingTender Launching : Tender Launching Venice Harbour: Venice Harbour Spain : Spain Spain : Spain You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.