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|HDW-Nobiskrug Yachts | 92.40M | " Tatoosh" | 2000/15/21 |

Discussion in 'Nobiskrug Yacht' started by archnav.de, Nov 24, 2003.

  1. archnav.de

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    Tatoosh in Antibes

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    The interior pictures were taken from:

    http://www.tcachille.com

    Achille Associates International

    M/Y Tatoosh
    The Main Entrance and Elevator Lobby on the Main Deck of the motor yacht Tatoosh.

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    A room-sized antique Oushak area carpet and French limestone fireplace mantel warm the Main Salon, also on the Main Deck.

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    Sisal area carpet and silk wall upholstery add texture and warmth to the Dining Room on the Main Deck.

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    The Ladies’ Powder Room on the Main Deck with its faux-tortoise finished cabinetry and mirror, limestone floors and countertop and cream grass cloth wallcovering.

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    The swimming pool outside the Main Salon on the Main Deck.

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    Poolside dining on the Main Deck.

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    The Boat Deck Observation Lounge with its Seagrass lounge chairs and tropical prints blend with bamboo chairs and limestone table for a cool view of the ocean ahead.

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    The Boat Deck Lounge mixes the textures of sisal, seagrass, wicker and rattan with custom dyed indigo cotton and cotton prints for a very cool retreat from the tropical heat.

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    A view from the aft deck into the Boat Deck Lounge allows the tropical breezes to flow inside.

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    On the Cabin Deck one of the Guest Staterooms offers a calm and comfortable resting place for the fortunate guest

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    Another Guest Stateroom on the Cabin Deck

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    One of the Cabin Deck Guest Bathrooms typical of all the Guest Staterooms, offers all the amenities including limestone floors, marble countertops and marble showers.

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    the new owner of Tatoosh has two other big boats.Of course the 126m explorer Octopus and the 60,60 M long Feadship Meduse.
    Tatoosh was built for Craig McCaw, a business man in the USA.McCaw´s brother John McCaw was the owner of the Explorer Le Grand Bleu (108,30 M).I think everybody knows who bought Le Grand Bleu.
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    Tatoosh For Sale

    Ahoy!

    I hear Tatoosh is for sale through Frasier Yachts for $125 million u.s..
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    Anybody know where Tatoosh is?
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