Yacht Name: Alwaeli -
The yacht Alwaeli (formerly Awal) is a 68m (223.10ft) motor yacht, custom built in 1991 by CRN Shipyard in Ancona (Italy). Terence Disdale is responsible for her beautiful exterior and interior design.
Superyacht Alwaeli has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with a beam of 11.50m (37.73ft) and a 3.50m (11.48ft) draft. Performance + Capabilities. Alwaeli is capable of 19.5 knots flat out, with a range of 6000nm.
The yacht Alwaeli offers accommodation for up to 24 guests in 12 suites. She is also capable of carrying up to 19 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
The Bahrain royal family also owns the yacht Al Salamah, one of the largest yachts in the world measured by volume.
Al Salamah was built for the late Prince Sultan bin Abdul Azziz of Saudi Arabia. After his death Al Salamah was put for sale for EUR 280 million. Later she was de-
The yacht Alwaeli is not available for charter.
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, is the King of Bahrain, having previously been its Emir (from 1999). He is the son of Isa ibn Salman Al Khalifah, the previous emir.
His net worth is estimated at US$ 5 billion. Al Khalifah has great interest in preserving heritage and continues to indulge in a number of sports activities and hobbies including falconry, golf, fishing, tennis and football.
His keen interest in Arabian horses caused him to establish the Amiri stables in June 1977 which was registered in the World Arabian Horses Organization in September 1978.
The King travels in two private Boeing 747 jet, with registration A9C-
Its customized interior cost more than USD 100 million. Later the jet was sold to the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi. Since 2007 the private jet is owned by the King of Bahrain. The A9C-
Saudi Arabia lies to the west and is connected to Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway, which was officially opened on 25 November 1986. Qatar is to the southeast across the Gulf of Bahrain.
The King lives in a large palace in Bahrain named Al-
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