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The Yacht Thread

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by WoodyStylee, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

    Sep 10, 2010
    I remember Donald trump once said that it cost $250k to fill up his yacht, which was why he sold it.
  2. ethanm

    ethanm Senior member

    Oct 22, 2011
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    All of those boats burn fuel at an obscene rate. Your average 50ish foot mcyacht will burn a gallon every 30 seconds underway. On the really big ones the tanks are so big and contribute so much ballast that they need to be filled with water as they empty or the boat would sit too high and roll.
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2014
  3. SomethingWitty

    SomethingWitty Senior member

    Aug 30, 2013
    Just wiki'd it and Trump's yacht originally cost $100MM (he bought it used for $29MM; that hurts), so it would cost about $10MM to keep it fueled and crewed... Based on a $250k fill-up, that sounds about right.
  4. themexconnect

    themexconnect Member

    Jul 10, 2014
    Totally for different purposes, Living on the coast that would be a nice offshore fishing boat, however yes for 200k is much you can find similar or used for much better price
  5. EgliComet

    EgliComet Senior member

    Dec 4, 2011
    The 95' Inace that I lived on before my employer soldit held 9000 gallons of diesel. It's burn rate was minuscule 20 gallons/hour at about 12 knots with twin Cat 3208s.
    By comparison, his 57' Derektor built commuter has twin V12 MANs with 2700hp and it drinks 120 gallons/hour. It can cruise at 50 knots on a smooth day on the Sound.
    His 57' commuter has

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