Photo: Rob StarlingBuilt as Dilbar and launched in 2005 at the Oceanco shipyard in Holland, the 66-metre Luna B cruised under the name Ona for a short period after her original owner took delivery of his 110-metre replacement, now known as Raya. Before having been acquired by her current owner in 2017, Luna B was sold for the first time since launch and renamed Natita; a name under which she operated for over seven years. On board, Luna B accommodates up to 12 guests across six ensuite cabins, comprising a full-beam master and two VIP suites, two twin suites and a double-bunked cabin for children or staff. Here she is captured recently arriving in Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale by photographer Rob Starling.
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