Spotted this weekend moored at the port in Malaga, Spain, was the 300 foot (92m) long Superyacht the Mayan Queen.
Designed by multi award winning yacht designer Tim Heywood and custom built in 2008 by Blohm & Voss shipyards in Hamburg, Germany, the yacht can accommodate 16 guests and 24 crew members and has a cruising speed of 20 knots with a top speed of 22 knots.
It had set sail from the port of Porec in Croatia on the 10th of July and spent 9 days at sea before docking in Antibes, France. There it spent 3 weeks at anchor before setting sail on the 9th of this month for Malaga via a brief stop at Gibraltar.
The Mayan Queen is currently owned by Alberto Bailleres, owner of one the largest mining companies in the world and whose net worth is estimated to be $18 Billion.
Unfortunately the Mayan Queen is currently not available for charter.
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