Sea Ranger, previously named Lone Ranger, is not a typical superyacht. She isn’t large and white and shiny, she doesn’t have an infinity pool that turns into a disco, and she doesn’t drip with Lalique or Swarovski. At first glance Sea Ranger seems positively utilitarian. Her lines are far from sleek and curvaceous, she has a huge crane on the aft deck, and a superstructure that Brunel would have been proud of. Sea Ranger really is no ordinary superyacht.
Originally built by Germany’s Schichau Unterwasser in 1973 as a tug for towing massive oil platforms across the oceans, and salvaging distressed tankers, she was converted into a luxurious private yacht by Claus Kusch for a French owner in 1994, and named Simson S. A few years later she was sold to an American businessman and renamed Lone Ranger.
sea ranger ex. Lone Ranger, the 255-foot expedition superyacht owned by Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, was sold in April 2013 at the first-ever Auction at the Antibes Yacht Show.
According to multiple reports, Lone Ranger originally was listed for sale on the brokerage market at $20 миллион, and then had a price reduction to $14 миллион. Estimates for bids prior to the Antibes auction ranged from $10 million to $3 миллион. The final sale price was not released
"Одинокий рейнджер" был назван самым успешным ЭКСПЕДИЦИЯ Моторная яхта В МИРЕ
И это вполне объяснимо. Эта лодка МОЖЕТ кругосветное без остановки
ТОПЛИВА и все что угодно!