Russian yacht Standart
The Russian Imperial Yacht Standart, serving Emperor Nicholas II and his family, was in her time (late 19th/early 20th century) the largest Imperial Yacht afloat. After the Russian Revolution the ship...
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Presidential yacht
Presidential yacht may refer to a naval vessel of a country's navy that would be specially used for by the country's President. It is common for a vessel to be designated as the Presidential yacht dur...
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Nahlin (yacht)
Nahlin is a luxury yacht and one of the last of three large steam yachts constructed in the UK. She was built for Lady Annie Henrietta Yule, heiress of Sir David Yule, and was launched in 1930. She is...
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HMY Alexandra
HMY Alexandra was a steamship built as a British royal yacht, being completed in 1908. Normally transporting British royals to European ports, Alexandra served as a hospital ship during the First Worl...
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HHS Glasgow
His Highness' Ship Glasgow was a royal yacht belonging to the Sultan of Zanzibar. She was built in the style of the British frigate HMS Glasgow which had visited the Sultan in 1873. The Glasgow cost...
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MV Savarona
The MV Savarona (also sometimes M/Y, for motor yacht) is the Presidential yacht of the Republic of Turkey reserved for the use of the President of Turkey. She was the largest in the world when launche...
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Finnish escort Aura II
The location of the wreck.Aura II (formerly known as SS Halland, Bore II, SS Seagull and SS Aura) was a Finnish escort vessel, and a former presidential yacht, operated by the Finnish Navy between 193...
Kultaranta VIII
Kultaranta VIII is the presidential yacht of the Finnish president. It replaced the previous yacht Kultaranta VII in 2008. It is named after "Kultaranta", the president's summer residence. The yacht w...
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HMY Victoria and Albert III
HMY Victoria and Albert was a royal yacht of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. The yacht was designed by the Chief Constructor of the Royal Navy Sir William White, launched in 1899 and ready for s...
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HDMY Dannebrog (A540)
Her Danish Majesty's Yacht Dannebrog (A540) (Danish: KDM Dannebrog) was launched by Queen Alexandrine at Copenhagen in 1931, and commissioned on 26 May 1932. The yacht now serves as the official a...
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Russian yacht Livadia (1873)
Livadia was an imperial yacht of the House of Romanov built in 1869–1873 by Leopold Schwede in Nikolaev. She served on the Black Sea. The Livadia was the only Russian imperial yacht that has seen acti...
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HMY Bezan
HMY Bezan (or Bezaan) was a Royal Yacht of the Royal Navy of England. The Bezan was a Dutch pleasure yacht built in 1630 and presented to Charles II by the Dutch East India Company. The Bezan was abou...
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HMY Victoria and Albert (1899)
HMY Victoria and Albert was a royal yacht of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. The yacht was designed by the Chief Constructor of the Royal Navy Sir William White, launched in 1899 and ready for s...
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HNoMY Norge
HNoMY Norge (in Norwegian, KS or K/S Norge) is the Royal Yacht of the King of Norway. One of only three remaining Royal Yachts in Europe, the ship's name Norge is Norwegian for Norway.The Royal Yacht ...
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USS Sylph (PY-5)
USS Sylph (PY-5) was a steam yacht that served as a presidential yacht from the late 19th century through to the early 1920s. A converted yacht, she was purchased in June 1898 from her builder, the De...
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Derzhava (yacht)
The Derzhava (Russian: Держава, English translation: Orb) was a royal yacht of the House of Romanov. It was laid down in 1866 and launched in 1871. The Derzhava (Baltic Sea) and the Livadia (Black...
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HMY Victoria and Albert
HMY Victoria and Albert was a twin-paddle steamer launched 25 April 1843. It functioned as a royal yacht of the sovereign of the United Kingdom, owned and operated by the Royal Navy. She was laid down...
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USS Potomac (AG-25)
USS Potomac (AG-25), formerly USCGC Electra, was Franklin Delano Roosevelt's presidential yacht from 1936 until his death in 1945. It is one of only three still existing presidential yachts. On 3 Au...
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USS Yacona (SP-617)
USS Yacona (SP-617), built in 1898 in Scotland, started her life as a civilian steam yacht. She was called Cem and Amélia in her early years and only later renamed Yacona, the name she had when she wa...
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SMY Hohenzollern
SMY Hohenzollern (German: Seiner Majestät Yacht Hohenzollern) was the name of several Yachts used by the German Emperors between 1878 and 1918, named after their House of Hohenzollern.
The fir...
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USS Quest (AM-281)
USS Quest (AM-281) was an Admirable-class minesweeper built for the United States Navy during World War II. She was decommissioned in 1947 after wartime service and transferred to the Philippine Navy ...
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RPS Pag-asa (APO-21)
USS Quest (AM-281) was an Admirable-class minesweeper built for the United States Navy during World War II. She was decommissioned in 1947 after wartime service and transferred to the Philippine Navy ...
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USS Despatch (1873)
The third USS Despatch was a United States Navy steamer in commission from 1873 to 1891.
Despatch was the commercial steamer America when the U.S. Navy purchased her in November 1873 at New York C...
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HMY Alberta
HMY Alberta was a Royal Yacht of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. She was built by Pembroke Dock and launched in 1863.Built as a tender to the larger royal yacht HMY Victoria and Albert II, Alber...
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RMS Empress of Australia (1919)
RMS Empress of Australia was an ocean liner built in 1913-1919 by Vulcan AG shipyard in Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland) for the Hamburg America Line. She was refitted for Canadian Pacific Ste...
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SS Vyner Brooke
SS Vyner Brooke was a Scottish-built steamship that was both the royal yacht of Sarawak and a merchant ship frequently used between Singapore and Kuching. She was named after the 3rd Rajah of Sarawak,...