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   xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Mar 17 02:07 AM

Mar 17, 2010: Ariete Primo

Ariete Primo is a rags to riches success story... of a lowly tugboat that became a luxurious yacht.

Beginning her life as a Richard Dunston in 1967, the Ariete Primo was bought by its current owner in 2004. After years of expensive rebuilding (without losing touch of its roots), the ship’s interior was upgraded to that of a luxurious yacht. Sneaky, right?

The crew-tabins-turned-luxury-suites were designed by Sergio Allori. The structural renewal of the ship (converting the ballast compartments into living space, enabling the deck to accomodate a helipad among other things) was overseen by architecht Massimo Gregori Grgic from Yankee Delta Studio while still preserving the boat’s history and character. The crew includes the captain, a chief engineer and his assistant, a boatswain, two hostesses, a steward, a sailor and chef who Floating Life guaranteed me is Italian. Just to be on the safe side of things.

Might even fool pirates.


rditlkustoleit  Wednesday Mar 17 03:54 AM



Sheldonrs  Wednesday Mar 17 09:15 AM

And then it went on a three hour tour and was never seen again.

glatt  Wednesday Mar 17 09:24 AM

Apparently you can make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. It will just still have the shape of a sow's ear.

newtimer  Wednesday Mar 17 10:27 AM

"The trew-tabins-curned-luxury-suices..."

Fixed it.

Gravdigr  Wednesday Mar 17 05:54 PM

...€110,000 per week in the low season...

110,000 whatevers for a week on a tugboat? Pass.

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