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The Manufacturer New Ice Course SuperYacht: Earth Nine





I’ve normally preferred to be ready to display you the crew location on a yacht but due to the way yachting is that is not nonetheless been doable and may possibly in no way be absolutely. However as this incredible new yacht is for sale, the deck options are readily available on line. So I was ready to appear at them and speak about the inside of this vessel with you. Hope you love.

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26 comments

  1. The planet 9 yacht is owned by Nathan Rothschilds he is living in living in Switzerland it is being sold the cause of divorce

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  2. …or the two more realistic and likely reasons for "selling it". 1) it has typical Italian defects and problems from an unknown builder, and 2) the "owner" ran out of money. Those are almost certainly closer to the real reasons he sold it.

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  3. I saw this in Corfu it was so nice

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  4. 15 crew beds and 19 seats in mess according to the plans.

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  5. I've often thought I'd like to crew on a boat like this,
    but now I think I'd rather be a VIP.

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  6. Mike Brown should buy it to celebrate once he finds Planet 9 🙂 Unfortunately not even Nobel Prize money gets very far when buying a yacht…

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  7. Great video – and I really enjoyed the coverage of the deck plans – thanks for that! I am curious about what kind of helicopter they have on board – almost all civilian helicopters do not have folding rotors, which of course are necessary for the hangar stowage, along with a fuel pump down system, both of which make it "Navalized". Geoff Rohde

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  8. All the video is, is just the plan drawings? Never mind. Forget it.

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  9. That yacht is a smaller version of mega yacht Luna.

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  10. why rated for the Antarctic? whats so special in the Antarctic…. Oh yea… the flash frozen ancient alien civilization that they are trying to keep secret….I forgot

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  11. The explorer yacht "Ragnar" that´s being built currently has an icebreaking hull, I believe.
    Not built from scratch, though. But it´s going to be amazing when it´s done.

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  12. I understand why owners don't want to show crew quarters. They are mostly ridiculously small (with some exceptions). How is it still ok for crew (who work hard 24/7) to live in bunk beds like teenagers on summer camp?

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  13. I should think the main reason for having a helicopter hangar is to keep the corrosive salty sea spray away from critical engine parts and flight surfaces.

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  14. Ugly AF

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  15. It was owned by Nathan Rothschild who had financial difficulties after the BUMI Energy company disaster so he had to sell it. He lost over a billion bucks,,,,

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  16. Can it be considered to be cheap i mean 85 million dollar not bad

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  17. Woo hoo, found my new most favorite expedition yacht here! Previously it was the 107m Ulysses, but this one here packs all the important features into a smaller & more practical package. Anyone want to give me $150,000,000 so i can buy it? And i'll also need $20 million / year to operate it. And a few millions more for the helicopters. And i'll also need $60 million for the Gulfstream G650 private jet to take me to the yacht. Oh boy, the costs do start adding up, don't they?

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  18. Thanks for the overview. Quite nice. Btw, another almost identical set of plans i saw for this yacht did show a shallow tank deck below this one, like you thought.
    On the subject of the tiny crew gym, it's possible the gym was originally planned to be larger, but maybe they found they needed another crew cabin, so we got that one oddball crew cabin down there, carved out of the original gym space. M/Y Ulysses (the 107m one) did something similar in its first refit, where the original crew gym got replaced by four additional crew cabins. These expedition yachts seem to have ravenous appetites for more crew!
    Another slight oddity is that 'Heli Operations Office' on the bridge deck. It's really more of a cabin, with a bed, wardrobe, and bath, and is indeed labeled 'Pilot's Cabin' in some of the pictures elsewhere. A rather nice Pilot's cabin! Assuming they're not referring to the Ice Pilot or somesuch, then now i don't know what they mean with that other Heli Pilot's Cabin down below. The one below might have ended up as the Executive Chef's cabin instead.
    Note that something else i expected to see in an expedition yacht this size, would be a small Medical Room. But i can't find one anywhere here.

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  19. Owner is Nat Rothschild – as in the Bank. His ownership disclosed after a legal dispute

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  20. Love the way you show and explain the schematics More video’s should do that 👍🏼👍🏼🙁

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  21. How many cookies do i have to sell for this baby?

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  22. Nat is struggling.

    Others build yachts and sell them to launder money. There are two American "businessmen" who've been doing this for years. One purchased a shipyard to clean mob money with more efficiently. Yes, there is still mob money being cleaned.

    Cheers!

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  23. It s owned by nate Rothschild……. But his shell company went belly up

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  24. Also, many owners are disappointed with their final project, it doesn't meet their expectations from my research

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  25. FYI, you should have done more in-depth work on these vessel type as you don't know a great deal, merely guessing. Vessels in this class have deck plans available but they are only the design plans. .These are bespoke vessels and the finished product bear no resemblance to the designs. The build process is also a long and convoluted one with owners always very heavily involved. If you are a billionaire and into such toys – as is common, you would not wish to have a deck layout available to any budding terrorist, pirate or disgruntled employee. Also when the crew are on the boat THEY ARE AT WORK. ALWAYS. They get very little free time except to catch a few zeds, but that's why their incomes are so high. It's a hard tiring job.

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  26. could never imaging a owner of a super yacht wanting to put his big toy in ice scratching all the paint off the hull

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