Virginian and Leander G
Two classic yachts, Virginian and Leander G, are seen entering and leaving the International Yacht Club Antibes. Virginian (in the foreground) is designed by De Voogt Naval Architects, and was built in 1990 by the Dutch yard Royal Van Lent. At the time of her construction, she was one of the largest Feadships ever built, and the only one to have three full decks above the lower deck. She has a classic English interior, with one of the most beautiful bars ever seen on a yacht. Leander G, at 75m almost 13m larger than Virginian, was built in Germany, as the replacement for a 65m yacht. She was sold to a British gentleman prior to her delivery in 1992.