The 77.73 metre Lone Ranger has been sold at the Yacht Auction Antibes. This spectacular vessel started her life in 1973 as an ocean going tug. For her first twenty years she worked towing oil platforms, floating docks and other ships around the world as well as salvaging casualties, including tankers, freighters and bulk carriers. She was one of the largest and most powerful tugs of that time, often spending up to one hundred days straight on station in the North Atlantic.
In 1994 she was purchased by a knowledgeable yachtsman and under the guidance of Kusch Yachts in Hamburg, Germany, she underwent a thorough conversion into a private yacht. In 1997 she was sold and gain underwent several refits in Miami that included the engine room, bridge area, deck and interior accommodation areas. This refit was extensive and was designed to give the owner years of comfortable world cruising.
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