Yacht Name: Alfa Nero -
The yacht Alfa Nero is an 82 meter motor yacht, built at Oceanco and delivered to her original owner Theodore Angelopoulos in 2007. She shares her hull platform with the yacht Amevi.
The Alfa Nero yacht is designed by Nuvolari-
The yacht has an amazing interior, with the upper deck dedicated to her owner. She won the Boat International Yacht of the Year award. Her features include an elevator, private office and custom build tenders.
Alfa Nero was reportedly owned by US based real estate developer Peter Breton. However this info seems incorrect, as several sources mention Russian billionaire Andrey Guryev as the owner of the yacht Alfa Nero. Andrey Guryev is the owner of Phosagro.
The yacht Alfa Nero is available for charter.
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He is a director of PhosAgros. Formally he is a non-
PhosAgros is one of the world’s leading producers of phosphate-
Also his wife Evgenia Guryeva holds 4.82% of the shares, so the Guryev family is the ultimate controlling party of PhosAgro.
In 2014 Guryev received USD 15 million dollar in dividends. Phosagros realizes annual sales of approx. USD 2 billion. Andrey Guryev’s net worth is estimated at USD 4 billion.
He owns an Airbus A319 private jet with registration OE-
Guryev owns a large mansion in London named Witanhurst. The house was built aournd 1920 as was for a time owned by Syrian president Bashar al Assad. In 2008 the house was purchased by Andrey Guryev for GBP 50 million. Witanhurst is currently being redeveloped by Guryev and will become the second largest private residence in London, after Buckingham Palace, when finished.
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Alfa Nero was built for Theodore Angelopoulos, who at that moment owned the yacht’s builder Oceanco. Angelopoulos is a Greek businessman, a shipping magnate and a steel magnate. Angelopoulos lived in Switzerland for many years where he received his BSc in Business Administration from Zurich University.
His family were pioneers in the Greek steel industry and began dealing in the dry cargo sector of the shipping industry in the early 1950s. He built an internationally based group of companies with interests in shipping and steel, and with investments in real estate and private equities, as well as other financial entities world wide.
In 1996, he established Metrostar Management Corp. in Athens, Greece and he entered the oil tanker market in the same year and his company would go on to become one of the world's leading oil tanker operators. In 2002, he took control of the Dutch shipbuilding company OceAnco and he re-
Alfa Sea was sold and in 2014 he had his new yacht Okto delivered. Okto is a 66 meter (218ft) yacht built by ISA Yachts with an Alberto Pinto Design interior.
Mohammed Al Barwani is the owner and founder of the Oman based MB Holding Company. In 1982 Mohammed al Barwani founded MB Petroleum Services, which became one of the fastest growing and largest oilfield services companies in the Middle East with operations in over 20 countries.
Today MB Holding is active in drilling and integrated oilfield services, exploration and production of oil and gas, investments, engineering, manufacturing & trading, and mining and processing of minerals. The group operated in more than 20 countries with 6,000 employees. MB Holding company owns the superyacht builder Oceanco, through its Willemstad, Curacao based holding company Jupiter International N.V. In December 2014, Al Barwani also acquired the Turkish yacht builder Proteksan Turquoise.
Oceanco’s project Y718, a 109 meter motor yacht designed by Nuvolari Lenard and to be deliveredd in 2018, was built for Mr. Al Barwani. But he sold the project while still under construction. In an interview with SuperYachtTimes, mr Al Barwani said that he owns a 32 meter Hatteras named Shafira, al though we were not able to find any information about that yacht.
Forbes estimates the net worth of Mohammed al Barwani at US$ 1.3 billion.