Photo: Porto MontenegroThe 125-metre yacht Maryah, having sailed formerly under the names Dalmorgeologiya, Fortune and Czar, was converted into the superyacht she is today in 2015 by Greek shipyard Elefsis, located in the eponymous city close to Athens. Designed inside and out by the London-based H2 Yacht Design and featuring naval architecture by the Trieste-based studio Naos the yacht’s interiors were custom-made by the Fort Lauderdale-based Genesis Yachtline. The four-deck yacht has a volume of 5650 GT and was originally built in 1991 as a Russian research vessel by the Polish shipyard Szczecinska. Only a 60-metre section of the original Polish-built hull remains, with the rest of the hull being built in 2015. Maryah is currently among the 100 largest yachts in the world.
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