The motor yacht Harle is the second yacht in Feadship’s F45 series, delivered in 2007 by the Royal van Lent shipyard.
She has a length of 45 meter (147ft) and has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Harle can accommodate 10 guests, serviced by a crew of 9.
Her interior is designed by Sinot Design Associates. One of her features is a digital artwork database, with works from Monet, van Gogh and Picasso.
The boat is not available for yacht charter. And the yacht is not listed for sale.
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Michael Saylor founded Microstrategy in 1989. Microstrategy is a worldwide provider of enterprise software platforms.
The company develops software that enables organizations to analyze internal and external data in order to make business decisions and to develop mobile apps.
The company has approx. 3,000 employees and realizes annual revenues of US$ 580 million. Saylor owns approx. 20% of the company, but has a 68% voting power.
Usher is actually registered to AEROMAR MANAGEMENT COMPANY a holding company owned by Sailor. Harle is registered at Enchantress Yachts LLC, which is based at the same address as the Microstrategy headquarters.
The value of his shares gives Saylor a net worth of around US$ 300 million. Saylor is an active philanthropist through his Saylor Foundation, which aims to encourage companies and organizations to "aggressively pursue digital education" and make higher education available for free and distributable to all.
Saylor is the writer of the bestseller book ‘The Mobile Wave: How Mobile Intelligence Will Change Everything’. Michael Saylor has his own website.
Saylor lives in Mclean Virginia, and he owns a large house in the Hamptons, near New York
Michael Saylor owns a Bombardier Global Express Private Jet with registration N3877. The jet is registered to a company named 821 393 LLC, which based on the Micro Strategy headquarters.
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