The yacht Falcon Lair (formerly White Cloud and New Horizon L) is a 67.30m (220.80ft) superyacht, custom built in 1983 by Feadship (Royal Van Lent) in Kaag, the Netherlands.
She was built for Dutch millionaire Bram van Leeuwen, also known as Prince de Lignac. For long she was known as one of the most expensive yachts ever built. With most of the interior fittings in gold and bathtubs made of Lapiz Lazuli. The yacht was Bram van Leeuwen’s full time residence.
After his death the yacht was purchased by Craig McCaw, who sent her for a refit in 2004 to Peters Schiffbau in Germany. He named her White Cloud. She was lengthened and had a new deckhouse added. White Cloud was sold in 2014 to Michael Rogerson and is now named Falcon Lair.
The yacht Falcon Lair is not available for charter, but enquire for your ultimate charter experience on other yachts.
Michael Rogerson is the owner of the yacht Falcon Lair.
Michael Rogerson is the Chairman of the Rogerson Aircraft Corporation, a group of companies, active in the development of products and solutions for the aviation industry.
The Aircraft Equipment Group supplies qualified pneumatic and fuel valves to military and commercial aircraft manufacturers. Rogerson is the developer of the first successful aircraft vacuum toilet, we is the most experienced supplier of such units in the world. Rogerson Kratos is the world leader in helicopter cockpit displays. Clients include Bell Helicopters.
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Rogerson owns a Gulfstream G-
We estimated the net worth of Michael Rogerson at more than US$ 200 million.