Monday, June 6, 2011

Octopus

Octopus superyacht, Livotno“Octopus” is a 126 meter superyacht owned by Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft. The boat was built in 2003 by the German shipbuilders Lürssen in Bremen and HDW in Kiel.Octopus superyacht, Livotno“Octopus” carries two helicopters and two submarines. One of the submarines is an undersea luxury yacht, the other is a drone for studying the bottom of the ocean.Octopus superyacht, LivotnoThe yacht has seven tenders, the largest is a 19 meter boat. Paul Allen also own the more modest 92 meter “Tatoosh”.

See also: I Dynasty - Superyachts - I Dynasty, in Norway - Giorgio Armani's Yacht - Imagination & Illusion - Prince Abdulaziz - Bistango & Reborn - Bistango
External links: Octopus - Tatoosh (Wikipedia)

13 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

... and still, water will boil aboard with the same temperature as in me kitchen.
A safe journey ahead for him though.


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Luis Gomez said...

Really awesome! Thank you VP.

Randy said...

Wow that is impressive. Nice shots.

Gunn said...

She looks impressive, and I wonder if I will see it here in Stavanger. You never know, there have been some surprises from time to time.....
Interesting info. with your nice images. I liked that.

cieldequimper said...

Wow. Huge. Nice lines though.

Dina said...

This is all beyond my comprehension.

Doug Hickok said...

I've not seen this before. It's unbelievable! Such wealth! Wonderful presentation VP.

Kaori said...

Very smooth and slick ship! Very cool how it has so many gadgets on board :D

Arianna said...

Altro che yacht, questa è una villa galleggiante! Ciao, Arianna

Jack said...

That is amazing, VP. Of course, I cannot fathom why anyone would feel they need something like this.

JM said...

It carries two submarines?! Too much for me! :-) But I'm glad one of them is for research purposes.

Theanne and Baron said...

I'm happy to see my dollars spent on Microsoft products are going to good use :) Great photos!

Traveling Hawk said...

The impressive yacht, 2 helicopters and 2 submarines! I really cannot imagine such a wealth! But, may be, he donates too for good causes. let's hope!

We have a saying here which goes like this: "it is justice only in death"