Smooth Sailing: 6 Superyachts that Made ONE°15 Marina Its Home in 2019
Marina upgrades and capacity to house superyachts of up to 200ft makes ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove a favourite berthing spot for their owners and captains. Here are 6 superyachts that recently made their way into our marina.
Captain Mark of luxury yacht Batavia and his crew share fond memories of ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove from their last trip here. So when the 120-ft Sovereign NZ luxury yacht ran into engine trouble, they sailed for four days from Kota Kinabalu to berth here while getting the repairs done in Singapore.
The 171-foot Latitude, built by Benetti in 2008 found a new owner in 2018 after being listed for sale with Fraser’s Antoine Larricq at a whopping US$17,000,000 ($25.6 million). She berthed at the marina for a full three months in 2019.
Captain Robert “Johnno” Johnston of 184-foot Perini Navi mega-yacht Fidelis came here upon the recommendation of a peer. “I am happy to say I agree with him. The dock is great and the facilities are wonderful. I would happily return many times.”
Launched by Perini Navi in 1997 to much acclaim, the 171-foot Luna, a twin-screw bermudian ketch made the marina its home for 17 days last year.
The stunning 189-ft Superyacht Twizzle (Model: Royal Huisman Fast Cruising Ketch) has berthed at ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove not just once, but twice. Its second visit to the marina in 2019 was part of its round-the-world excursion.
The 187-ft Halo was comissioned by the owner to be custom-built by Feadship. The interior of the vessel was designed so that the main guest suites and the owner’s stateroom are on the main deck. This meant panaromic views of the marina when it berthed here in 2019.