With the impressive super yacht Grace E still in West India Dock, we welcome another super yacht with the arrival of Jamaica Bay. Jamaica Bay is a 59.85m yacht which was custom-built for its owner in 2010 by Nobiskrug in Germany.
The interior and exterior design of the yacht is by acclaimed Dutch designer Felix Buytendijk and is the third yacht under the same name for its owner.
The yacht can accommodate 12 guests and 15 crew and features a VIP Suite and a Master Suite.
It has all the accessories that usually come with these yachts such as deck Jacuzzi and the latest technological equipment.
In the often ultra secretive world of super yachts, the information about the ship and owner can be very limited. This is certainly the case with the Jamaica Bay which is not used for charter and therefore little detail is known.
On a more public visit is the large Royal Navy Amphibious Flagship HMS Bulwark which made its way overnight up the Thames to be moored off Greenwich and will begin a 4 day visit to London.
The HMS Bulwark recently joined other Royal Navy ships in the Orkney Islands to take part in the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Jutland.
On Tuesday evening, HMS Bulwark will host the annual Peregrine Trophy awards ceremony, the showcase of the work of Royal Navy photographers who deploy with warships and Commando units worldwide.
Following the visit to London, HMS Bulwark will return to Plymouth for a short period of maintenance before leading the Royal Navy’s Joint Expeditionary Force (Maritime) deployment to the Mediterranean and beyond later in the year.