The best of the best in luxury yacht purchases are here.
RTE Sport has compiled a list of the top 25 mega yacht buys of the year in the US, and it’s a very different world to the one that the owners of the Wellington Yacht Week Club are in.
A year ago the club’s CEO, Jim O’Neill, and the club was at the forefront of the global yacht boom.
It had its own private yacht, the Wellington Princess, and was the most successful of the new breed of luxury yacht operators.
The Wellington Princess was launched in January and went on to win the 2014 YachtWeek Classic yacht race in Florida, becoming the first new yacht to win that race since the Queen Elizabeth class was introduced in 2002.
Since then, the club has expanded its operations and, in November, it announced plans to build a £1bn luxury yacht.
This year, the new owners are looking to extend the club, with plans to double the club membership to over 30,000.
In the first week of May, the Club received its first call of charter interest from the owners and the invitation was sent out to the top members of the yacht club, the members of which are the most influential people in the world.
The invitation said that, “We have received a very special invitation to be guests of honor at the Wellington Club, an exclusive private club for the very best in the luxury yacht market.
Our membership is exclusive to our members and we will be attending the meeting to choose a nominee.”
The Wellington Club is an organisation that was founded in the 1960s and has been an integral part of the world’s yacht market since that time.
It’s been around since the mid-1970s, and has remained the largest yacht club in the country, with over 1,200 members.
The yacht club has its own website, and a Facebook page, where it updates members about its latest developments.
It also has a twitter account, and an Instagram account.
With the addition of the first yacht club charter to the list of potential charter applicants, the potential for further expansion and expansion of the club could very well be on the cards.
When we spoke to O’Connell in September, the yacht owner and the Wellington club had been working on a deal, and were looking to get the yacht in the club.
O’Neill told us that the club had a good track record with charter applications, but he added that the charter would have to be a genuine offer and not a bait and switch.
“If you are looking at a boat that’s a bit younger than the other three and you think it’s the same boat as the Wellington, you are going to find out the Wellington has been a little bit more of a latecomer,” he said.
If the Wellington charter was indeed the best of these three yacht applicants, it would be the first time that the Wellington yacht club had ever been the sole bidder.
This is one of the reasons why it is so important that the yacht is a real offer.
We’ve already seen the list from last year, when the Wellington Charter yacht took home the Yachtweek Classic yacht.
The yacht had been bought by two other clubs, the Brighton Yacht Club and the Royal Yacht Association.
However, it took a year to put together the list.
At the time, the owners were still looking for an offer that was not a one-off, and had already been offered the previous two years.
It is very rare for yacht owners to make charter applications and this was the first year that they had a serious bid from another yacht club.
O’Sullivan told us in September that he and the owner of the boat were working on the list together.
“I was going through the whole list, and when I came to the last one, I thought it would never get made, and I thought, ‘well, I think we have this one.’
So I got to the bottom of it, and what I saw was, it was a real, serious bid, so I think it went through all the hoops, and that was why it went on the market.”
This is the second year that the owner has had to look at a yacht that is a serious contender.
In 2012, the Yachts of the Year award was announced, and both the Brighton and Royal Yachters were among the nominees.
The Yachtmaker of the World, a website that aggregates yacht listings, gave the Wellington a 9 out of 10 on its rating scale, saying that “the Wellington is the most prestigious yacht in our club and one of only a handful of yachts that have earned a top ranking of ‘Top 100’.” So, the chances are that if the Wellington gets a charter and joins the club at some point in the future, it will be the very first yacht in New Zealand to win an award for the yacht market and will have an extremely