History of boat. The Yacht Ecstasea was built at Feadship for Roman Abramovich. In 2009 Abramovich sold the yacht Ecstasea to the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi: HH Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He is the son of Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan, the Emir of Abu Dhabi. The yacht is now owned by Pakistani billionaire Alshair Fiyaz.Jul 10, 2018 Looks like a hatch was left open and hit the Guard outpost. Hope he was Ok.
If you find the FB video which I referenced above (Sorry, I can’t copy the URL using the FB iPhone app) you’ll see that he jumped out of the door, and is safe. If he had stayed at his post he would likely not have survived.
Re: Simpson Bay Bridge damaged but is working
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“We have taken the necessary measures to protect the equipment from rain. SLAC has not had contact with the mega yacht concerned, but government, police, Coast Guard and Shipping Inspectorate have been in touch and they are putting a report together which they will share with us to combine with our report.”
Ok, two take-aways....yes it is protected from rain. And YOU HAVEN'T BEEN IN TOUCH YET?! lol....I would've thought someone should have followed them to their berth right away. lol
There is a video from someone in a car on the bridge which plainly shows something was open on the yacht....and a crew member dashes inside but not quick enough to raise it. Another video shows Sam barely escaping and running down the stairs! Good thing he was paying attention!
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