|Close up of Seven Seas|
It is unreal that an 86 footer, which sells for six million dollars, looks so small. This town is for very high rollers and it is really interesting to see their yachts up close. Here is a photo essay. Note the crew getting ready to rappel off Seven Seas to clean the sides!
|Seven Seas Motor Yacht, 87 meters long|
|Side balconies curve out on the upper decks|
|Seven Seas Motor Yacht|
|The bow of Seven Seas motor yacht towering over the Hilton hotel|
|The Bow of Seven Seas and the 17th Street Lift Bridge, Fort Lauderdale|
|Notice the hotel and the balconies blocked by this enormous yacht!|
|Time to clean the yacht, notice the crew, this is nearly a football field long|
|The Bow of Seven Seas and the motor yacht Pegasus V|
|Look at the scale, look at the crew, they are washing and drying the sides|
|Notice the Crew, they are cleaning the sides, check next photo|
|The crew uses mountain climbing gear to hang from the sides and clean the boat|
|Across the harbor is Motor Yacht Pegasus V, check their interiors here|
|Motor Yacht Pegasus V|
|Yachts are more important than homes, here the bow hides this home|
|The tender to tow behind is on the inside with 600hp|
|This is an 86 foot Domino that sells for $6,000,000|
In Fort Lauderdale, it looks small compared to other yachts!
|86 Foot Domino by RIVA|
|65 Foot Motor Yacht at a home looks so ordinary! 65 FOOTER!!!|
Question: WHY ARE THE MEGA YACHTS HERE in Fort Lauderdale, FL?
Answer: 1. Deep Water 2. Yacht Service Yards 3. Short, Easy Ocean Inlet