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Yacht Name: Ester
Yacht Length: 77 m (253 ft)
Guests: 14 in 7 cabins
Crew: 20 in 9 cabins
Yacht Value: US$ 100 million
Owners Name: Georgy Bedzhamov
Bedzhamov Net Worth: US$ 1 billion
Owners Company: Vneshprom Bank
Owners Country: Russia
In 2016 luxury yacht Ester III was sold by court order and is now named Iroquois
The yacht Ester was built at Lurssen Yachts and delivered to her owner in 2014.
The 66 meter (217ft) yacht is designed by Espen Oeino while Reymond Langton Design is responsible for her interior. Ester III accommodates 12 guests in 6 staterooms The yacht features a helipad, a gym, a fully equipped spa including a massage room, a sauna and steam room.
The yacht main deck hosts a large infinity swimming pool with a waterfall running down to the bathing platform. Photos of the yacht Ester III by Ship-
In 2016 his yacht was sold following an order of the Supreme Court of Gibraltar in a claim between BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA and Bedzhamov. The buyer was billionaire John Henry who named the yacht Iroquois. In 2017 she was apparantly sold again as she is now named Elysian.
SuperYachtFan was informed that the yacht Ester III is owned by Russian entrepreneur Georgy Bedzhamov.
Bedzhamov is linked to several companies. He is Chairman of the Board at the Sakhalin Shipping Company, which is one of the largest shipping companies in Russia. He is shareholder at the Vneshprombank, one of the largest banks in Moscow and he is President of the Glass Production Group, based near Moscow.
He previously owned (or still owns) a 51 meter (167ft) Codecasa yacht named Ester II. She is currently for sale with an asking price of USD 15.8 million. And he owned the 35 meter Falcon yacht Ester, which was built in 2007. The yacht is named after the owners’ daughter.
In 2016 Russia’s Central Bank deprived Vneshprombank of its license after a shortfall of 210 billion rubles ($3.2 billion) was discovered at the bank. Bedzhamov was put on the international wanted list in March 2016. He was arrest in Monaco and spent two months in prison. In December 2015, Moscow police arrested his sister Larisa Markus — the head and co-