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Sheikh Hamdan's luxury yachts seen in France

Sheikh Hamdan's luxury yachts seen in France

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Editor: Talar Bilemjian


Image: Super Yacht Times

This weekend, France played host to the crown prince of Dubai’s two mega-yachts which were docked in Britanny

People walking along the Saint-Malo harbour in Britanny, surely had a sight to see as Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum's yachts were moored there over the weekend.

The luxury yachts which were seen resting among the historical French harbour were Dubawi and The Smeralda. The 88 metre long Dubawi features a gigantic master suite, eight VIP suites, 12 guest cabins and berths for 71 crewmembers, while being able to travel at a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,400 nm.

The Smeralda is the smaller, sleeker yacht out of the two, with a length of 77 metres it can travel up to 30 knots, and can hold up to 16 crew members and 20 guests. 

Sheikh Hamdan's luxury yacht

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