Yacht, IMO 1009613

  • VesselFinder
  • Miscellaneous

The current position of ECLIPSE is at Aegean Sea reported 21 hours ago by AIS. The vessel ECLIPSE (IMO 1009613, MMSI 310593000) is a Yacht built in 2010 (14 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Bermuda .

ECLIPSE photo

Position & Voyage Data

Predicted ETA-
Distance / Time-
Course / Speed 
Current draught6.2 m
Navigation Status -
Position received
IMO / MMSI1009613 / 310593000
CallsignZCDX4
FlagBermuda
Length / Beam163 / 22 m

Map position & Weather

Recent port calls, vessel particulars.

IMO number1009613
Vessel NameECLIPSE
Ship typeYacht
FlagBermuda
Homeport
Gross Tonnage13564
Summer Deadweight (t)1480
Length Overall (m)162
Beam (m)22
Draught (m)
Year of Build2010
Builder
Place of Build
Yard
TEU-
Crude Oil (bbl)-
Gas (m3)-
Grain-
Bale-
Classification Society
Registered Owner
Owner Address
Owner Website-
Owner Email-
Manager
Manager Address
Manager Website-
Manager Email-

ECLIPSE current position and history of port calls are received by AIS. Technical specifications, tonnages and management details are derived from VesselFinder database. The data is for informational purposes only and VesselFinder is not responsible for the accuracy and reliability of ECLIPSE data.

Boat logo

The global authority in superyachting

  • NEWSLETTERS
  • Yachts Home
  • The Superyacht Directory
  • Yacht Reports
  • Brokerage News
  • The largest yachts in the world
  • The Register
  • Yacht Advice
  • Yacht Design
  • 12m to 24m yachts
  • Monaco Yacht Show
  • Builder Directory
  • Designer Directory
  • Interior Design Directory
  • Naval Architect Directory
  • Yachts for sale home
  • Motor yachts
  • Sailing yachts
  • Explorer yachts
  • Classic yachts
  • Sale Broker Directory
  • Charter Home
  • Yachts for Charter
  • Charter Destinations
  • Charter Broker Directory
  • Destinations Home
  • Mediterranean
  • South Pacific
  • Rest of the World
  • Boat Life Home
  • Owners' Experiences
  • Interiors Suppliers
  • Owners' Club
  • Captains' Club
  • BOAT Showcase
  • Boat Presents
  • Events Home
  • World Superyacht Awards
  • Superyacht Design Festival
  • Design and Innovation Awards
  • Young Designer of the Year Award
  • Artistry and Craft Awards
  • Explorer Yachts Summit
  • Ocean Talks
  • The Ocean Awards
  • BOAT Connect
  • Between the bays
  • Golf Invitational
  • Boat Pro Home
  • Superyacht Insight
  • Global Order Book
  • Premium Content
  • Product Features
  • Testimonials
  • Pricing Plan
  • Tenders & Equipment

At 162.5 metres, Eclipse is the second largest superyacht in the world and was dethroned from the top spot three years after its launch by megayacht Azzam.

Step on board the 162.5m Eclipse - the second largest superyacht in the world

Designer Terry Disdale talks us through the four and a half years, nine decks and 162.5 metres of the world’s second largest superyacht.

Terry Disdale didn’t set out to design the biggest superyacht in the world. “No one ever said to me, ‘I want a 160 metre boat’,” he says over breakfast near his office in Richmond, London. “When the yacht was still on the drawing board, there was a rumour going round that someone was building an even bigger boat, and the owner was asked if he knew about it. He said he didn’t, and that he didn’t care. Breaking records was the farthest thing from his mind.”

What he did care about was helicopters – he wanted to carry more than one; and the pool – it had to be big. There were also some early discussions about low bulwarks and big windows, and that was the totality of the brief for what would become Eclipse . “To be given free rein is actually a dreadful thing,” says Disdale.  “I asked myself what I wanted: something timeless. How do you design something timeless that’s still going to look good and not be anaemic? It’s so easy to get carried away, but you’ve got to be able to look at it in 20 years and decide it still looks OK.” But that’s the trick, isn’t it? And the measure of a designer.

  • The 25 largest yachts in the world

At least Disdale had some hooks on which to hang the design. “Part of what creates the yacht looking like that is you’ve got to land this huge helicopter on the front, so the superstructure is pushed back. The formation of the boat is built around helicopter usage. And we didn’t want the boat to look unbalanced when the helicopter is on the foredeck. Some boats have a foredeck that looks wrong whenever a helicopter sits there.”

The lines of the boat were dictated by another prerequisite: the two significant lifeboats demanded by Solas. The sheerline runs straight aft from the bow and steps up amidships, the high freeboard created giving visual support to the lifeboats. “If you’d had a different sheerline, the lifeboats wouldn’t have looked comfortable,” the designer says. This, plus the addition of a 15 metre pool aft on the main deck, meant that the overall length of Eclipse – 162.5 metres – was defined not by ego but by practicality.

“Everyone thinks that a boat starts with a sketch, some glamorous visual of the outside of the boat. But that’s not how things work in my office – we start with a plan, a general arrangement.” The project, from this first design stage to the boat’s launch at Blohm+Voss ’s Hamburg yard in 2009, took four and a half years – a remarkable achievement given the scale of the yacht, which was only overtaken as the world’s biggest in 2013 with the launch of 180 metre Azzam . 

Up to 20 engineers from Blue Ocean Yacht Management were present on site throughout the build, whipping it along to meet the aggressive delivery schedule. Disdale doesn’t recall any sleepless nights – “at least, no more than usual!” he laughs. The pressure of designing what was then the world’s top yacht – both inside and out – did obviously register, though. “It’s a huge responsibility building something of that magnitude, which is going to be under everyone’s magnifying glass. It’s not just ‘doing a job’, this thing is going to be scrutinised and analysed by everyone. There’s a responsibility to yourself as a designer.”

A decade from delivery, and more than 15 years from the moment Disdale first put pen to paper, he says he wouldn’t change a thing – and nor has the owner, who has kept Disdale’s designs largely unchanged. “For me, it’s more a clean piece of architecture than it is a piece of styling. The fact that you have a helipad on the front creates the superstructure to bow dimension, which is beautiful. If it wasn’t there, you wouldn’t have that length. And then when you get to the back of the boat, the swimming pool is dictating another piece of the story. I don’t know what I would change now. I don’t sit around saying, ‘I wish I did this or that’. Maybe I’d make the rear end look a bit more inviting, the way the staircases lead into the boat, but anti-piracy was a concern, plus there are a load of services and facilities back there. There’s a full-size pantry to serve the beach club, which very few boats have, and gull-wing doors with a pullout barbecue and pizza oven. There’s a lot you don’t see.”

Disdale’s long experience in the business means he is able to resist the temptation to force designs, or slavishly follow trends that flare and fade, leaving boats looking old before their time. “ Eclipse is a handsome boat, and it looks like a boat. It doesn’t make any pretence,” he says. “The key word is elegance. Very few boats can make that claim any more. Modern boats are purposeful, aggressive, macho, which has led to them all having snub noses. They look angry. You could paint them grey and stick a cannon on the front and it wouldn’t upset their stance at all. Eclipse is not like that.” It’s a familiar sermon from Disdale, who famously posts his 10 “design commandments” up round his office. “One of  the most important tools in your box is restraint. I can have complete freedom when designing a superstructure, but restraint is actually the most important thing – knowing when to stop gilding the lily. Don’t gild it! Use silver leaf.”

  • Inside the Surrey home of legendary superyacht designer Terence Disdale  

The obvious benefit of a single designer being responsible for the interior and exterior of a yacht is a seamless flow between the two, and that is absolutely true of Eclipse , whose interior conforms to another one of Disdale’s mantras: “ beach house not penthouse ”. “If you’ve got a dining room with satin on the chairs and gold braid around them, but you live in a T-shirt and shorts, then you’re not comfortable,” he says. 

The pool is a vast entertaining space, with 3.2 metre overheads and a retracting glass sunroof. “The ambience of the pool is as important as how it looks. You’ve got to want to sit by it.” Or dance on it: the blue granite bottom of the pool rises up to sit flush with the deck. It can also be lowered a touch to create a paddling pool.

The interior of any boat should be about “pure relaxation”, says Disdale. “People are on vacation, people are chilled.” He relates one story of an Arab client in the 1980s, who he dissuaded from fitting gold taps to his superyacht. “I told him he already had a 65 metre on the quay – he had already made his statement. It was a process of trying to quieten his ostentation.” You get the feeling no such effort was needed with the owner of Eclipse . “He had already owned three yachts to our design, so consequently was very familiar with my way of working and the habitat I create.” It’s impossible to miss the very deliberate warmth of that habitat and a design miracle that, despite using broadly the same colour palette throughout, nowhere do you tire of the ochre-like shades. 

This uniformity wasn’t applied to the lobbies between decks: different artists were tasked with creating unique works to give each lobby a flavour, so there is no confusion about what deck you’re on – a problem when you have nine. One of these pieces is a wooden sculpture made up of seven pieces, the design for which was hand drawn by Disdale and sent to Japan for manufacture. It’s a stunning work and symptomatic of the detail shown throughout – even in more mundane pieces, like the sideboards in the cabins that were designed in Europe and crafted in Chile.

With no clear-cut brief on the yacht’s layout, Disdale was forced to second-guess, “but that’s my job”, he says. “You have to work out how people will move around the boat.” The benefit of an LOA like Eclipse ’s is the owner can swallow serious acreage without impacting the guest experience. It’s not about avoiding guests, but being able to operate independently of them.

It would be easy to mistake the guest suites for the owner’s own quarters, such is their footprint. There are 18 guest cabins in total, served by 100 crew. From the moment the guests arrive by chopper, mainly on the top helideck, they’re absorbed in the comfort of the boat and have access to the main stairwell and elevator. It’s a transition of which Disdale is particularly proud. “It came from understanding how a boat is used. When you get out of the helicopter, you’re blown to pieces, and then where do you go?” The answer is an intimate lounge, where you can freshen up before entering the interior proper. It also gives pilots somewhere to conduct safety briefings, he points out. Eclipse is able to travel with multiple helicopters on board because one can be housed in the forward hangar, one above it on the retractable platform and another on the sundeck.

At the other extremity of the boat, the convenience continues with a huge bathing platform and staircases that fold down into the water for easy boarding – even for those wearing full dive gear. The beach club wasn’t maxed out, with a comfortable lounge along the centreline preferred to a big open area that is harder to secure. Beyond, though, the lower deck opens up into a huge 77 square metre gym and spa area, complete with massage room, beauty salon, sauna, shower areas and the yacht’s second plunge pool. Visual interest is added by banks of portholes with views into the swimming pool, which dapple light across this whole space. Choosing somewhere to relax on deck is slightly harder – where do you start? The options are endless but special mention has to be made of the wood-burning fire pit on the upper deck – perfect for nights on deck under the stars.

Disdale and his team were present in June 2009 when the boat appeared from the giant drydock in Hamburg. No butterflies – he claims to have been pretty zen about seeing her free of scaffolding and plastic. “Although you design every part of it and you see it being built, nothing prepares you for the feeling you get when you actually see it in the flesh. The tug pulled it out and there was the thickness of a mattress between the wing stations and the shed walls. Literally – they tied mattresses to the stations. When it appeared I was gobsmacked.” As was the owner, pleasingly for the man who’d dedicated nearly five years to the project.

“It’s like cars,” explains the car fanatic. “I was talking about Lamborghinis the other day. They used to have the Miura, a beautiful car. But they replaced it with the Countach, which looks like it was carved from cheese. One is ageless and one looks stuck in time. Elegance is the most important thing. The Miura is elegant, the Jaguar E-Type is elegant.” He’s too modest to say but Eclipse belongs in that league – beautiful for ever.

First published in the April 2016 edition of BOAT International. Get this magazine sent straight to your door, or subscribe and never miss an issue.

More about this yacht

More stories, most recent, from our partners, sponsored listings.

Type
IMO 1009613
MMSI 310593000
Flag
Call Sign ZCDX4
Size 163 x 22 m
GT 13,564
DWT 1,480
Build 2010
Status Active
Owner

Current Trip

Flag

Trip Time ---
Trip Distance ---
AVG Speed ---
MAX Speed ---
Draught ---
AVG Wind ---
MAX Wind ---
MIN Temp ---
MAX Temp ---
Position Received 2024-03-25 07:43

Current Position

Longitude 28.28561°
Latitude 36.84209°
Status Moored
Speed 0.1 Knots
Course 215°
Area Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin
Station T-AIS
Position Received 2024-03-25 07:43

Information

The current position of ECLIPSE is in Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin with coordinates 36.84209° / 28.28561° as reported on 2024-03-25 07:43 by AIS to our vessel tracker app. The vessel's current speed is 0.1 Knots and is currently inside the port of MARMARIS .

The vessel ECLIPSE (IMO: 1009613, MMSI: 310593000) is a Yacht that was built in 2010 ( 14 years old ) . It's sailing under the flag of [BM] Bermuda .

In this page you can find informations about the vessels current position, last detected port calls, and current voyage information. If the vessels is not in coverage by AIS you will find the latest position.

The current position of ECLIPSE is detected by our AIS receivers and we are not responsible for the reliability of the data. The last position was recorded while the vessel was in Coverage by the Ais receivers of our vessel tracking app.

The current draught of ECLIPSE as reported by AIS is 6.2 meters

Temperature 13.9°C / 57.02°F
Wind Speed 1 knots
Direction 223° SW
Pressure 1011.5 hPa
Humidity 78.9 %
Cloud Coverage 100 %

Featured Company

Last port calls.

Port Arrival Departure Time In Port

Most Visited Ports (Last year)

Port Arrivals
Origin Departure Destination Arrival Distance
Time Event Details Position / Dest Info

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

Most frequent ports a vessels calls at ECLIPSE (310593000):

Eclipse (310593000) last ports (portcalls and passsages), --> write to us, we will be happy to advise and answer all your questions., find ship location on the map, vessel routs, position and coordinates, news and articles shipinfo.net.

2 superyachts owned by the Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich and worth more than $1 billion combined head east after he's sanctioned

  • Abramovich's two superyachts are moving eastward after he was sanctioned.
  • It's unclear where Solaris and Eclipse, worth a total of more than $1 billion, are sailing.
  • Abramovich's assets were frozen on Thursday as a part of UK sanctions.

Insider Today

Two superyachts belonging to Roman Abramovich are heading east after the UK hit the billionaire Russian oligarch with sanctions on Thursday.

Among the sanctions imposed on Abramovich, the UK government said, was the freezing of his assets, meaning his yachts and private jets are at risk of seizure.

Abramovich's 460-foot vessel, Solaris, was just off the east coast of Italy on Friday, according to the ship-tracking site MarineTraffic . It had left a shipyard in Barcelona , Spain, on Tuesday, where it had been docked since late 2021 for repairs, Reuters reported.

Related stories

It's unclear where Solaris is sailing. MarineTraffic says the destination of its port isn't recognized. Solaris has a price tag of $600 million, according to SuperYacht Fan .

Meanwhile, Abramovich's 533-foot yacht, Eclipse, has been cruising eastward from St. Martin in the Caribbean since February 21, MarineTraffic data shows. The boat, which costs $700 million according to SuperYacht Fan , was near the west coast of Africa on Friday, MarineTraffic said.

There is also no destination port for Eclipse listed on MarineTraffic's website, so it's unclear where the superyacht is going to dock next.

After the invasion of Ukraine, sanctioned Russian oligarchs such as Abramovich have sought to move their yachts  and  private jets across the world in an attempt to protect their assets.

Abramovich, who Bloomberg estimates has a net worth of $13.7 billion , is the owner of Chelsea FC. He had announced last week that he was selling the club, but the UK's sanctions mean he can't go ahead with the sale.

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

  • Main content

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

MARINE VESSEL TRAFFIC

CORONAVIRUS SHIPS

PLANS & PRICES

FLEET ANALYSES Coming soon

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

ECLIPSE Yacht, IMO 9406594

Where is the current position of eclipse presently vessel eclipse is a yacht ship sailing under the flag of unspecified . her imo number is 9406594 and mmsi number is 1. main ship particulars are length of 35 m and beam of 6 m. maps show the following voyage data - present location, next port, estimated (eta) and predicted time of arrival (pta), speed, course, draught, photos, videos, local time, utc time..

Royal Caribbean Fleet Live Map

20 emails/day

Send 0 emails out of 20 today

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

Full Screen

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

Add to Fleet

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

Open this map on your mobile by scanning a QR code

Open this map on your mobile by scanning the QR code image with your camera

eclipse yacht marinetraffic

ECLIPSE current position is received by AIS. Ship info reports, fleet analysis, company analyses, address analyses, technical specifications, tonnages, management details, addresses, classification society data and all other relevant statistics are derived from Marine Vessel Traffic database. The data is for informational purposes only and Marine Vessel Traffic is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness and reliability of data reported above herein.

Important note: for the migration of FleetMon products into MarineTraffic platform, we are discontinuing all account logins here by 25.02.2024 . Please ensure, that you have saved or migrated all data from FleetMon platform and that your MarineTraffic account is ready for your future use.

If you are interested in general access please check here and for Global AIS data & intelligence to power your projects please go here .

  • Latest Event ●●●●●● All Events
  • AIS Name ECLIPSE
  • IMO —
  • MMSI 367766510
  • Callsign WDJ3283
  • Year Built —
  • Length 33 m
  • Draught 2.1 m / 2.0 m / 22.3 m Avg/Min/Max
  • Speed 10.8 kn / 13.1 kn Avg/Max
  • Deadweight ●●●●●●
  • Gross Tonnage ●●●●●●
  • AIS Class —

Current Voyage & ETA Changes

Current location, position received, navigation status, eta sent by vessel ais, eta calculated by fleetmon, vessel and fleetmon eta difference, actual time of arrival.

Destination Nautical miles left sent by Vessel Calculated by FleetMon Report received by Vessel
For current voyage data, .
  • Vessel Datasheet
  • ETA Reports Log
  • Port Call Log
  • Historical Track
  • CO2 Emission Log

Do you know more about the ECLIPSE?

Share your knowledge with the community. Information will be published after a short review.

Generic Vessel data

Capacities Tonnage and cargo facilities

Historical Data

Contacts ship communication

Wiki Further interesting facts, incidents, history and more

ECLIPSE

  • Pricing & Plans
  • Vessel Database
  • Chartering Position List
  • Vessel Photos
  • Vessel Fleets
  • Port Database
  • Port Coverage
  • Business Register
  • Live Tracking

Tracking & Monitoring

  • Fleet Management
  • Event Alerting
  • CO2 Emission
  • Vessel Schedules
  • Port Calls Log
  • Vessel Events
  • SAP Freigth Monitor
  • FleetMon Explorer
  • Zone Monitoring
  • GPS Satellite Trackers
  • Historical Tracks
  • Route & ETA by FleetMon
  • Planned Arrivals

API & Developers

  • FleetMon API

Business Intelligence

  • Maritime News

Be Part of FleetMon

  • Community Dashboard
  • AIS Partner

Help & Support

More fleetmon.

  • Research & Development
  • Press & Media
  • Jobs & Careers

Share Vessel ECLIPSE

Vessels see all 0 vessels.

Name IMO MMSI Callsign Length Location Signal Age
No Vessel found
Name Vessels moored Country LOCODE Port Size
No Port found

My last visited Vessels

My last visited ports, top visited vessels.

Dear valued user,

As you are aware of our migration project of FleetMon into MarineTraffic, we have almost finalized all necessary steps. The discontinuation of all FleetMon product offerings is imminent.

Therefore, we are terminating our product offering here and a login is no more possible.

If you have not yet accepted our offering for an assisted migration and you need help to set up your account on MarineTraffic, please reach out to us:

  • either via this request form
  • or by email

If you need any last-minute transfer of your MyFleet or MyAreas please contact us, and we will assist you in a smooth transfer and minimise any disruptions for you.

We are excited to inform you about the merger between FleetMon and MarineTraffic, which will give you more services and tools in your online account. To make sure you have a seamless and effortless transition, our FleetMon Support Team will be taking care of the process for you.

We will create a new MarineTraffic account using the information from your FleetMon account. This includes your username, name, email address, address, telephone and mobile number, as well as your company name and affiliation (if applicable). After you log in to your new MarineTraffic account, we kindly ask you to reset your password for added security. Of course, you will continue to be able to use your FleetMon account for the time being (we will let you know the next steps about this at a later date).

Rest assured, all your subscriptions, whether monthly or yearly, will be matched accordingly. Your My Fleets and Tags, along with your Credit Points, will also be transferred to your new MarineTraffic account. Additionally, we will assist you in smoothly transferring your My Zones.

With your new MarineTraffic account, you will have access to all its features and services during the remaining duration of your FleetMon subscription. If your contract with FleetMon has already expired, there's no need to worry. We are offering a free trial period of two months, allowing you to experience and explore all the fantastic features MarineTraffic has to offer before deciding on a suitable subscription plan. If you encounter any issues or have any questions, contact our support team directly. They will be more than happy to assist you with your new MarineTraffic account.

We would also like to express our appreciation to the photo community for the incredible photos you have contributed over the past few years. Your contributions are invaluable, and we want to ensure that your efforts are preserved. Therefore, we kindly ask you not to transfer the photos manually. Rest assured, we are actively working on a technical solution that will automatically match and include your uploaded photos in your new MarineTraffic account.

We understand that this merger may bring some changes to the online services you are accustomed to. However, we are confident that once you start using your new MarineTraffic account, you will be delighted with the enhanced services and capabilities it provides, making it a seamless continuation of your previous experience.

For additional information, we recommend reviewing the Terms of Service , User Agreement and Photo Copyrights provided by MarineTraffic to familiarize yourself with the details of the new services.

Your browser is out of date!

It is great that you want to track the seven seas! Unfortunatly your browser is out of date. To view our website correctly you need an up to date browser. It is a security risk for you to use an old browser by the way. Update your Browser now

IMAGES

  1. Picture of ECLIPSE

    eclipse yacht marinetraffic

  2. Some of the world’s most expensive yachts mapped and tracked

    eclipse yacht marinetraffic

  3. ECLIPSE (MMSI: 310593000) Ship Photos

    eclipse yacht marinetraffic

  4. ECLIPSE Ship Photos

    eclipse yacht marinetraffic

  5. ECLIPSE Ship Photos

    eclipse yacht marinetraffic

  6. ECLIPSE Ship Photos

    eclipse yacht marinetraffic

VIDEO

  1. Yacht ECLIPSE

  2. Yacht ECLIPSE

  3. Yacht Eclipse

  4. 3 cruise ship departures from Sydney Harbour in an hour 21.04.24

  5. Eclipse Yacht for $1.5B

  6. Inside the Award-Winning Eclipse Superyacht

COMMENTS

  1. Ship ECLIPSE (Yacht) Registered in Bermuda

    Vessel ECLIPSE is a Yacht, Registered in Bermuda. Discover the vessel's particulars, including capacity, machinery, photos and ownership. Get the details of the current Voyage of ECLIPSE including Position, Port Calls, Destination, ETA and Distance travelled - IMO 1009613, MMSI 310593000, Call sign ZCDX4

  2. ECLIPSE Current Position IMO 1009613, Yacht

    Where is the current position of ECLIPSE presently? Vessel ECLIPSE is a yacht ship sailing under the flag of Bermuda.Her IMO number is 1009613 and MMSI number is 310593000. Main ship particulars are length of 162 m and beam of 22 m. Maps show the following voyage data - Present Location, Next port, Estimated (ETA) and Predicted Time of Arrival (PTA), Speed, Course, Draught, Photos, Videos ...

  3. MarineTraffic: Global Ship Tracking Intelligence

    MarineTraffic Live Ships Map. Discover information and vessel positions for vessels around the world. Search the MarineTraffic ships database of more than 550000 active and decommissioned vessels. Search for popular ships globally. Find locations of ports and ships using the near Real Time ships map. View vessel details and ship photos.

  4. ECLIPSE, Yacht

    ECLIPSE Yacht, IMO 1009613. VesselFinder. Vessels. Miscellaneous . ECLIPSE. The current position of ECLIPSE is at Aegean Sea reported 47 days ago by AIS. The vessel ECLIPSE (IMO 1009613, MMSI 310593000) is a Yacht built in 2010 (14 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Bermuda. Plans & Prices. Track on Map Add ...

  5. ECLIPSE Current Position (Yacht, MMSI: 310593000, IMO: 1009613

    Real-time and current position of ECLIPSE (Yacht, MMSI: 310593000, IMO: 1009613) on ais live map is in Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin with coordinates 36.84209° / 28.28561° and speed 0.1 knots as reported on 2024-03-25 07:43 by AIS live data.

  6. Ship KRILO ECLIPSE (High Speed Craft) Registered in Croatia

    Vessel KRILO ECLIPSE is a High Speed Craft, Registered in Croatia. Discover the vessel's particulars, including capacity, machinery, photos and ownership. Get the details of the current Voyage of KRILO ECLIPSE including Position, Port Calls, Destination, ETA and Distance travelled - IMO 9251767, MMSI 238318740, Call sign 9A4076

  7. Inside 162.5m Blohm+Voss megayacht Eclipse

    Step on board the 162.5m Eclipse - the second largest superyacht in the world. Designer Terry Disdale talks us through the four and a half years, nine decks and 162.5 metres of the world's second largest superyacht. Terry Disdale didn't set out to design the biggest superyacht in the world. "No one ever said to me, 'I want a 160 metre ...

  8. ECLIPSE

    The current position of ECLIPSE is in Mediterranean Sea - Eastern Basin with coordinates 36.84209° / 28.28561° as reported on 2024-03-25 07:43 by AIS to our vessel tracker app. The vessel's current speed is 0.1 Knots and is currently inside the port of MARMARIS.. The vessel ECLIPSE (IMO: 1009613, MMSI: 310593000) is a Yacht that was built in 2010 ( 14 years old ).

  9. Vessel ECLIPSE (Yacht) IMO 1009613, MMSI 310593000

    Get the latest live position for the ECLIPSE. You can also check the schedule, technical details and many more. ... Vessel position, logs and particulars for Yacht ECLIPSE at FleetMon.com, the global ship database. Important note: for the migration of FleetMon products into MarineTraffic platform, we are discontinuing all account logins here by ...

  10. ECLIPSE Current Position (

    SEA DISTANCE CALCULATOR. LIVE NAUTICAL CHART. SEA WEATHER MAP. Track current position of ECLIPSE on Live Map and find its IMO, MMSI, Call Sign, 1009613,310593000.

  11. Find vessel ECLIPSE, IMO: 1009613 MMSI: 310593000 live marine traffic

    Vessel ECLIPSE IMO: 1009613, Yacht. MMSI: 310593000 callsign: ZCDX4 size: 163x22. Find the position of the vessel ECLIPSE on the map. The latter are known coordinates and path. marine traffic ship tracker show on live map. The current position of vessel ECLIPSE is 36.8421 lat / 28.2856 lng. Updated: 2024-05-13 08:38:27 UTC.

  12. Sanctioned Oligarch's $700M Yacht Heads for His $600M Ship in the Med

    Abramovich's Eclipse is heading in the direction of his Solaris yacht, ship-tracking data shows. There was no destination port for either superyacht listed on MarineTraffic's website.

  13. Russian Oligarch's 2 Yachts Worth $1 Billion Head East After Sanctions

    Meanwhile, Abramovich's 533-foot yacht, Eclipse, has been cruising eastward from St. Martin in the Caribbean since February 21, MarineTraffic data shows. The boat, which costs $700 million ...

  14. Ship LORETTA (Yacht) Registered in Cayman Is

    Vessel LORETTA is a Yacht, Registered in Cayman Is. Discover the vessel's particulars, including capacity, machinery, photos and ownership. Get the details of the current Voyage of LORETTA including Position, Port Calls, Destination, ETA and Distance travelled - IMO 1003750, MMSI 319130000, Call sign ZCPQ5

  15. Roman Abramovich's 2nd superyacht 'Eclipse' docks in Turkey

    By AFP 22 March 2022, 12:10 pm. Luxury yacht 'Eclipse' belonging to Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, is docked at the Aegean coastal resort of Marmaris, district of Mugla, on March 22, 2022 ...

  16. ECLIPSE Yacht, IMO 9406594

    Where is the current position of ECLIPSE presently? Vessel ECLIPSE is a yacht ship sailing under the flag of Unspecified.Her IMO number is 9406594 and MMSI number is 1. Main ship particulars are length of 35 m and beam of 6 m. Maps show the following voyage data - Present Location, Next port, Estimated (ETA) and Predicted Time of Arrival (PTA), Speed, Course, Draught, Photos, Videos, Local ...

  17. Elektrostal Map

    Elektrostal is a city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, located 58 kilometers east of Moscow. Elektrostal has about 158,000 residents. Mapcarta, the open map.

  18. Elektrostal

    In 1938, it was granted town status. [citation needed]Administrative and municipal status. Within the framework of administrative divisions, it is incorporated as Elektrostal City Under Oblast Jurisdiction—an administrative unit with the status equal to that of the districts. As a municipal division, Elektrostal City Under Oblast Jurisdiction is incorporated as Elektrostal Urban Okrug.

  19. Vessel ECLIPSE (Yacht) IMO —, MMSI 367766510

    Vessel position, logs and particulars for Yacht ECLIPSE at FleetMon.com, the global ship database. We are excited to announce the inception of a new journey as Kpler acquired FleetMon and MarineTraffic .

  20. Ship SCENIC ECLIPSE II (Passenger Ship) Registered in ...

    Vessel SCENIC ECLIPSE II is a Passenger Ship, Registered in Bahamas. Discover the vessel's particulars, including capacity, machinery, photos and ownership. Get the details of the current Voyage of SCENIC ECLIPSE II including Position, Port Calls, Destination, ETA and Distance travelled - IMO 9850460, MMSI 311001061, Call sign C6FB5

  21. Moscow Oblast

    Moscow Oblast ( Russian: Моско́вская о́бласть, Moskovskaya oblast) is a federal subject of Russia. It is located in western Russia, and it completely surrounds Moscow. The oblast has no capital, and oblast officials reside in Moscow or in other cities within the oblast. [1] As of 2015, the oblast has a population of 7,231,068 ...

  22. Elektrostal

    Elektrostal , lit: Electric and Сталь , lit: Steel) is a city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, located 58 kilometers east of Moscow. Population: 155,196 ; 146,294 ...