Yacht Name: Coral Ocean (ex Coral Island) -
Owners Name: Abdul Mohsen Abdulmalik Al-
The yacht Coral Ocean (ex Coral Island) is a 72 meter yacht built by Lurssen.
Her design is done by Bannenberg & Rowell Design. She underwent a refit in 2009, with interior works done by Metrica.
On the web the yacht is sometimes linked to a ‘Al Sheik Modhassan’, but Al Sheik Modhassan seems to be non existing. The yacht is owned by Sheikh Abdul Mohsen Al -
In 1999 a Picasso painting (“Buste de Femme”, a painting of Dora Maar) worth US$ 30 million was stolen from the yacht Coral Island. Early 2019 the painting was found at the home of a Dutch real estate developer, who acted in good faith and was not aware of the theft.
He returned the painting to her owner. Buste De Femme was painted by Pablo Picasso in 1938. Source: https://www.pablo-
The yacht was built as Coral Island, and kept that name for more than 20 years. In 2016 she went to Lurssen for an extensive refit.
Since then she was renamed Coral Ocean and was made available for charter through Burgess. We think her owner is building a new yacht, probably at Lurssen.
Do you know more about this project? Please do send us a message
The boat is available for yacht charter. And the yacht is not listed for sale.
Our yacht owners database has more info about yachts, the value of yachts, yacht owners, their source of wealth and net worth.
Update: We became aware of some (unconfirmed) rumors that Peter Lurssen (owner of the yacht builder Lurssen) is the new owner of Coral Ocean.
Scroll all the way down for more amazing content!
Not much is known about Sheikh Abdul Mohsen Abdulmalik Al-
He is owner of the Zeem Trading Company, a group of international companies. Through his European Hotels and Resorts Limited he is owner of the Plantation Club Resort at the Seychelles
Some equestrian websites do mention him as owner of several Arabian horses. Sheikh Adbul Mohsen Abdulmalik Al-
The Sheikh is the founder of the Save Our Seas Foundation, which funds and supports research, conservation and education projects worldwide, focusing primarily on charismatic threatened wildlife and their habitats.
The foundation has started over 200 projects in over 50 countries across the globe. Each project strives for deeper understanding and more innovative solutions in marine research, conservation and education
Sheikh Abdul Mohsen Abdulmalik Al-