Super rich Travelex Business Man Moors up floating Palace at the entrance to Cowes

super rich travelex business man moors up floating palace at the entrance to cowes

A floating 75 Million pound palace has Moore up in Cowes. The superyacht, Elandess, is owned by Sir Lloyd Dorfman. The Three week old Yacht moored up over the entrance to Cowes harbour on Friday.
It is 74.5 metre in length here are also a variety of interesting communal spaces, from the 8 x 2.5 metre superyacht swimming pool on the massive sun deck to the Nemo Lounge below the waterline and an observation lounge on the upper deck.

Guest accommodation is split across six staterooms, including an owner’s cabin on the main deck.
His incredible boat can accommodate 14 guests and 24 crew members.
Mr Dorfman is the founder of the London based currency exchange company, Travelex was spotted on the back of a rib this morning. The 65-year-old, who has three children, is believed to be worth more than £900million.

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