Mega Yacht

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  1. Thank you for sharing this tour, it was a nice trip down memory lane. I was lucky enough to work on this beautiful yacht when I was with Delta, I still have the shirt from the launch party! I was an electrician working in every area but the engine room. I got to wire everything from that BBQ to the art glass lighting in the stair case (Mary Van Klein was..interesting), I spent a lot of my time in the A/V room, my favorite. Even the crew areas are amazing. She's definitely one of a kind.

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  2. Who calls their boat yanny?

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  3. THATS NICE

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  4. its yanni

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  5. thank you very much it is masterpiece!!

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  6. Wow, the audio on this is for shit.

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  7. I thought the name was Laurel, not Yanny?

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  8. So nice to see a yacht tour video that features her crew. I do think a white uniform would be better for them, they must be hot in black. I wonder if their skirts could be a little longer and if they have any choice in the matter. A fine yacht though, with a typical Starkey interior, luxurious but not too brash. Used to want to be a yacht designer but in the days before CAD etc, physics was not my strong point.

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  9. give me that champagne holding girl, rest is yours ))

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  10. They can this yacht to any kids in china in less than a min. .

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  11. Do the attendants wear skirts that look like large belts? Oops I dropped my pencil

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  12. I'd Like a free BJ from this closeted guy James – how bout you since you go by james?

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  13. Audio is absolutely garbage!

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  14. Very beautiful Yacht, and perfect amazing crew members, thx for a wonderful video

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  15. Absolutely beautiful,,,,what a life that would be,,,,

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  16. invest in a decent camera

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  17. How much is it to charter ? I'm thinking for my 65th birthday…….I can go up to about £100 a day…..

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  18. I wish

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  19. Wicked smart magnetic spice racking

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  20. Outstanding!

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  21. The sound is really, really low.

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  22. Really interesting. Now how would I go about organising a free 14-16 day tour for myself, for journalistic purposes only of course?

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  23. So glad to see this, thank you for the tour!!! I am proud to have helped to build this boat at Delta Marine installing woodwork components for Belina Interiors of Tacoma, Wa building the staterooms. We all took so much pride in what we did while building her! I am going to share this with my friends who also helped to build this wonderful piece of floating art. Thank you Graham Berwind (first owner) (1928-2010) and all else who continue to take care of the Laurel! I wish I could afford to come on board again someday! I was fortunate enough to also have used some of the Laurel's leftover pieces, teak and hardware as reminders of this job on my own 40' boat. Good memories!

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