All You Need to Know About Evangelos Marinakis and his Yacht Amore Mio -
The motor yacht Amore Mio is a 45 meter lightweight aluminum semi-
The yacht Amore Mio II, was built as Sea Jewel by Abeking & Rasmussen. She was delivered in 1997, as hull number #6410. She is designed by Espen Oeino while Luigi Sturchio is responsible for her interior. With a length of 52 meters, she can accommodate 12 guests in 6 staterooms and a crew of 21 in another 7 cabins.
In December 2013 the yacht was sold to Evangelos Marinakis, a Greek shipping tycoon. Early 2014 she underwent an interior refit at CPN shipyard Ancona. Amore Mio II has her home port in London.
The yacht Amore Mio is not available for charter.
Evangelos Marinakis is the owner of the yachta Amore Mio and Amore Mio II.
Marinakis is a Greek shipping tycoon and CEO of Capital Product Partners.
Capital Product Partners
Capital Product Partners L.P. (CPP) is an international shipping company and leader in the sea borne transportation of a wide range of cargoes, including oil, refined oil products and chemicals as well as dry cargo and containerized goods. In 2012 Capital Product Partners realized revenues of US$ 170 million and a net profit of US$ 99 million.
Marinakis and his family own 27% of Capital Product Partners, which represents a value of more than US$ 250 million. The company owns approximately 30 vessels with an average fleet age of 6 years. All vessels are chartered in bareboat charters to clients such as Hyundai Merchant Marine, BP Shipping and Maersk Line.
Marinakis’ yacht is named after a 274 meter oil tanker owned by CPP, which also carries the name Amore Mio II. Marinakis is the owner and president of the Greece soccer club Olympiakos FC. Marinakis is an active philanthropist, donating to mainly to Greek charity foundations.
Marinakis is the owner of Olympiacos FC, the most succesfull football club in Greece. Marinakis is actually chairman of the club, and owns the club through his company Abisso Holdings Ltd.
His net worth is estimated as US$ 650 million. Marinakis is included in Lloyd’s List of the Top 100 of Most Influential people in shipping.