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Currently docked at downtown Miami’s Museum Park is one of the world’s largest superyachts, the 370-foot Le Grande Bleu.
To illustrate just how large this vessel is, it has a 65-member crew and is equipped with FOUR tenders, per Boat International, including a 72-foot sailing yacht and a 68-foot yacht motor yacht. There also are two 36-foot, 60-knot Buzzi sports boats and a landing craft that’s used to carry a 4x4 Land Rover to shore and a helipad of course.
Le Grande Bleu is the 31st largest superyacht in the world.
The mammoth superyacht has an interesting backstory. It used to be owned by Roman Abramovich, a billionaire Russian businessman who also owns Chelsea F.C. In 2006, Abramovich lost Le Grande Bleu in a wager to a billionaire buddy, Eugene Shvidler, according to Wikipedia.
Details of the interiors, which were designed by Terence Disdale, are tight-lipped.