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| Lurssen | 71.00M | "V2V"/"THE ONE"/"Carinthia VI" | 1973/03/ |

Discussion in 'Lurssen Yacht' started by archnav.de, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. DBowman78

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  2. Yacht News

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    She is now called "V2V" according to AIS data.
  3. pierberio

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    Works should have been done in Turkey.
    The layout is quite similar.
    The most visible differences are in the tender accomodation that seems not be in the previous site, and the longitudinal stripes in the large portholes of the upper superstructure and in the fore part of the superstructure no more existing ( at least for the moment.
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    In the forewords of the artiche the journalist stated:
    "Launched by Lurssen i 1973 this extraordinary 73metre motor yacht was Jon Bannenberg first yacht".

    Most of the followers do know that she was not the first one!

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  5. Ocean

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    Thanks a lot for these wonderful and rare scans.
    Actually she was the 5-th yacht designed by Jon Bannenberg and represented the stretched variant of "Carinthia V" which was really the very First yacht designed by JB and built by L├╝rssen in 1971 .
    BTW, I'm cherishing the idea to open the individual thread dedicated to "Carinthia V". Think she is worth of it.