World’s Largest Single-Masted Yacht Spotted in Caribbean

World’s Largest Single-Masted Yacht Spotted in Caribbean

The Mirabella V was spotted off the coast of St. George in the Caribbean earlier this week. The town was abuzz as locals and tourists gathered around to catch a glimpse of the world’s largest single-masted yacht, measuring 247 feet long. The mast of the ship reaches 292 feet above water level. Mirabella V was launched in November 2003 and sold for $50 million. She was part of a fleet owned by the CEO of Avis car rental company, Joe Vittoria. Mirabella V was formerly used as a luxury yacht charter that cost $250,000 per week. Today she is privately owned and operated.

The ship features a 20-person Jacuzzi, spacious dining room, surround sound theater, gym with sauna and TVs, and a garage holding jet skis, ski boats, kayaks and other sea toys. The six guest cabins can hold up to twelve people, plus a full width master suite on the main deck.

The Mirabella V has spent the last eight months cruising Antigua and St. Martin in the Caribbean with the owners and approximately 15 crew members on board. They are planning on staying in St. George for the next week or two.

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