Pacific has a striking low profile exterior design by German Frers. She has a unique color, which seems to change in the sun. Her interior is designed by Bannenberg & Rowell Design. She has an extremely beautiful interior, pictures can be found here.
The yacht can accommodate two helicopters. The last years Pacific has been circumnavigating the world: she was seen in Australia, Indonesia, in Florida and in the South of France and Italy. In January 2015 she was spotted near Costa Rica. Most of the pictures on this page were made by Ship-
Pacific is built of steel, with an aluminum superstructure. Her MTU diesel engines give her a top speed of more than 20 knots. Pacific can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabin and a crew of 28.
The yacht Pacific is not available for charter
SuperYachtFan was informed that Leonid Mikhelson is the owner of the luxury yacht Pacific.
Mikhelson is Chairman and major shareholder of Novatek, Russia’s largest natural gas producer.
The basis of Novatek started with the privatization of Kuybyshevtruboprovodstroy, one of the largest state-
Leonid Mikhelson also owns more than 50% of the shares in Sibur, a gas processing and petrochemicals company. Sibur has 26 production sites and more than 25,000 employees.
Leonid Mikhelson is known as an art collector. He is the founder and president of the VAC Foundation (Viktoria – the Art of Being Contemporary), dedicated to the international presentation, production and development of Russian contemporary art. The collection is named after his daughter Viktoria Mikhelson.
Mikhelson owns a Gulfstream G650 private jet, with registration N650GL. A Gulfstream G650 has list price of US$ 70 million. More Russian and other private jet owners here.
We found some online evidence that Leonid and his wife bought a US 15 million house in Miami Beach, although we were not able to find an address or pictures. Do you know more about Leonid Mikhelson’s house? Please do send us a message.
Leonid Mikhelson was mentioned in the Paradise Papers -
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