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Posted by Yachtspotter | 11/18/2006 @ 13:00 | Reply
Interesting news from willawake, Al Riyadh could be on way to a refit. The highly damaged superstructure is removed now. You can discover some recent pictures on Will's website :
Posted by Yachtspotter | 01/20/2006 @ 13:45 | Reply
According to an old article about her refit, it seems that the new length of Al Riyadh is 67m.
Posted by Marc | 01/20/2006 @ 12:35 | Reply
The steel hull of Al Riyadh was build in 1975 as hullnb. 732 at Eltink Shipyard in Katwijk NB, Holland.
Principal dimensions :
- LOA : 64.64 mtrs
- LWL : 59.70 mtrs
- Beam : 9.70 mtrs
- Draft : 3.00 mtrs
Posted by Scope | 01/19/2006 @ 18:45 | Reply
Thank you Tansy, Yachtspotter and willawake! Hope that she will be brought back to her former glory!
Posted by Yachtspotter | 01/09/2006 @ 18:27 | Reply

Thanks to willawake, we have a picture of Al Riyadh. Hard to imagine her future. Note that she was lengthened before the fire : her stern is different with a bathing-platform.

Some more words about the yard. The yacht Henriette is in the background of this picture. It seems that she's under refit. Issham al Baher was also in the yard when this picture was taken, ten days ago.
Posted by Scope | 12/23/2005 @ 13:15 | Reply
Thanks. Do you have any pictures to post? It would be interesting to see what she looks like.
Posted by Tansy | 12/22/2005 @ 22:00 | Reply
About Al Riyadh, she is at a shipyard in Elfsis Lamda Shipyards to be precise (where she burnt). She is still there untouched and uncovered (she's been covered for a while so that she wasn't visible to media) and will remain there until all insurance parties will finalize on what to do with her. So far there has been no agreement on the cause of the fire.
Posted by Scope | 12/16/2005 @ 15:00 | Reply
I remember reading that the beautiful 65m Feadship Al Riyadh suffered from a severe fire and was a total loss. What has happened to the yacht since? Scrap? Rebuilt? Pictures anyone?
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