Photo: Marc Pether-LongmanBuilt in Pula, Croatia, the classic motor yacht Seagull II started life out in 1952 as the coastal passenger ship Noza, named after the well-known Croatian author Vladimir Noza. In its first 50 years, the 54-metre vessel connected the cities of Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Kotor and Split and was able to carry up to 700 passengers at a time. She was acquired by her current owner in 2004 who painstakingly refurbished the vessel and converted her into the luxury yacht we see today. A new Art Nouveau interior captures the style of Seagull II's original launch period of the 50s. Here she is seen in the city of Birgu on the island of Malta.
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