Russian-owned superyacht docks in Hamilton
A luxury superyacht owned by a multimillionaire Russian banker has found a vacation berth in Bermuda.
Amaryllis, a 257 foot-long superyacht, was seen tied up alongside at the Hamilton Princess yesterday.
The luxury vessel was earlier docked in St George’s.
Amaryllis is owned by Andrey Borodin, a banker who was the president of the Bank of Moscow until 2011.
He was axed from the post after a police investigation and now lives near London in the UK.
The Amaryllis was built in 2011 by German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen and designed by Reymond Langton Design.
The yacht has a maximum speed of 16 knots, has a crew of 23 crew and can carry 12 passengers.
The Yacht Charter Fleet website said that Amaryllis included a “spacious glass elevator, large jacuzzi pool with recessed lighting” and “multiple alfresco dining options”.
The website added the boat was “timelessly sophisticated”, and that it “brings together the best of Belle Époque, Art Deco and Art Nouveau in order to set the scene for entirely memorable charter vacations”.
Amaryllis has three sister ships – C2, Eminence and Titan.