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Russian Billionaire’s 371-Foot Yacht ‘Le Grand Bleu’ Docks In Miami

Le Grand Bleu is one of the world’s biggest yachts, and it is currently docked at Museum Park.

Russian billionaire Eugene Shvidler is the owner. It was once owned by Roman Abramovich, who then gave it to business partner Shvidler in a bet.

A helicopter landing pad is on top, although no chopper was on board this weekend. There are also two additional yachts carried on board, including 73-foot sailboat and a 68-foot powerboat, with cranes fitted to offload them.

A crew of 35 staff is carried onboard.

 

(photos: larry shane/larry shane photography)

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Is the mega-yacht at Island Gardens closed? Did they turn over the keys as the Miami Commission asked?

Anonymous
Anonymous

i visited the Island Gardens trailer park a couple weeks ago. the restaurant/club/douche palace is closed for the time being while that carpetbagger attempts to sue his way back into business. Meanwhile over the weekend whilst i was taking photo’s of the above referenced beast i noticed some vessels parked up at Island Gardens.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wow.. 35 person crew.. incredible.

Anonymous
Anonymous

ill gotten gains stashed under deck….

Polo
Polo

Russian mafia in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It appears they have their own navy.

1Ronald
1Ronald

A new take on monetary loss. Remember when “gave it to business partner Shvidler in a bet” used to be lost to business partner in a bet? Not too many people are giving away a yacht especially one as colossal as this. Be great to know what type of bet causes you to put up your yacht thinking it’s going no where. But it did. The good news is someone else gets to enjoy it. Hate to see these things just lying around.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Too many toys taking up deck space. That’s what tender yachts are for.

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