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The explorer yacht Dr No arriving in London

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Charl van Rooy

Dr No yacht in LondonPhoto: Andrew ChristyFirst launched in 1995 as the Japanese Fisheries training ship Wakachiba, the explorer yacht Dr No underwent major changes under her first yacht owner, Tom Perkins, who acquired the vessel in 2011 as known as Blue Hunter at the time. HYS Yachts in the Philippines converted the vessel into a functional luxury yacht while keeping all the qualities that made her such a competent ocean cruiser. Accommodation for up to eight guests was created as well as a fully-equipped diving room and storage all around the yacht for longer voyages. Now operating under new ownership, here she is seen arriving in London on the River Thames last week.

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