Seen here at Logo Island in Dubai, UAE, is the 90.6-metre superyacht Dubawi and the 56-metre support vessel Quattroelle Shadow. Both vessels form part of the Dubai Royal fleet and spend much of their time here in their home port. Dubawi was built in Italy in 1989 and operated as a small cruise ship until she was converted into the luxury yacht we see today in 2007 and was re-launched in 2009 as Dubawi. The 56-metre Quattroelle Shadow provides support to the 86-metre Lürssen motor yacht Quattroelle, and first joined her mother ship in Dubai in early 2016. She previously used to cruise together with the 50-metre Trinity superyacht, Sapphire.
Photo by Yury Golubinsky
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