The second superboat to be annexed by the Russian oligarchy Abramovich Dockyard in Turkey

ISTANBUL, March 22 (Reuters) – A super boat carrying Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich was docked in the Turkish tourist destination of Marmaris on Tuesday, port sources said.

According to maritime data, it is 162.5 meters (533 feet) long and is one of the largest planets in the world to travel under the Bermuda flag, arriving in Marmaris after traveling southeast of the Greek islands of Crete and Rhodes.

Data also show that the Solaris spacecraft was parked in the port about 80 km (50 miles) beyond the waters of the EU countries, which allowed the oligarchy to oppose the Russian occupation of Ukraine.

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There is no indication that Abramovich was on both ships. He was one of the many wealthy Russians added to the EU block list last week, and EU governments have been working in recent days to confiscate boats and other luxury goods from them. read more

The Eclipse is said to have two helipads, nine bases, a swimming pool and built-in missile defenses.

World governments are seeking to isolate President Vladimir Putin and his allies against Moscow’s occupation of Ukraine, which the Kremlin calls a “special military operation.” read more

Last week, Abramovich flew his private jet from Istanbul to Moscow. The second flight of the jet, which was connected to Abramovich, was between the Turkish city and the Russian capital in three days, according to air surveillance data. read more

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Abramovich’s spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The 140-meter (460-ft) boat Solaris sails under the Bermuda flag, according to Marine Traffic, and stopped at Podrum on Monday afternoon, a week after its departure from the Divat, an Adriatic resort in Montenegro, on March 13.

Both the Eclipse and the Solaris were built on German shipyards. According to reports from luxury goods releases SuperYachtFan, SuperYacht and Forbes, they are also included in the line of boats owned by Abramovich.

Several groups have been confirmed as bidders for the purchase of English football club Chelsea from Abramovich, who was hit by British government sanctions after the Russian invasion. read more

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Report by Darren Butler and Jesim Dickman; Editing by Kenneth Maxwell and Jonathan Spicer

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