The yacht Lady Lara is a 92 meter (299ft) motor yacht delivered in 2015 by Lurssen. She was built as Project Orchid.
Lady Lara is designed by Reymond Langton Design, who are responsible for both interior and exterior. Some of her features include VIP suites with fold down balconies and a large beach club. Lady Lara can accommodate 18 guests and has a crew of 40.
Her owner Alexander Machkevitch sold his previous yacht, also named Lady Lara: a 59 meter (194ft) Benetti built in 2009, which had an asking price of EUR 35 million (November 2015). The Benetti is now named Lady Luck. We are not sure if Machkevitch also owns the 44 meter Heesen Lady Lara.
The cost price of the Lurssen Lady Lara is probably more than USD 150 million. In November 2015 Lady Lara visited Amsterdam. At new years eve 2016, she was near the Caribbean island of Saint Martin.
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Alexander Machkevitch is the owner of the yacht Lady Lara. Machkevitch is a Kazakh billionaire, with both Israeli and Kazakhstan citizenship.
Alexander Machkevitch is co-
The company is one of the worlds largest ferrochrome producers. Ferro chrome is an alloy of iron and chromium and is used in the production of stainless steel. The company also owns large iron ore, copper and cobalt mines and ENRC produces almost 20% of Kazakhstan’s electricity needs. The company is stock listed.
In 2013 ENRC realized a revenue of US$ 6.4 billion, with 79,000 employees. Machkevitch owns 15% of the shares. This represents approx. 188.000.000 shares with a total value of around US$ 600 million.
Forbes estimates the net worth of Alexander Machkevitch at US$ 2 billion.
Machkevitch owns a Bombardier Global Express BD 700 private jet, with registration M-
Machkevitch and his family own several houses. He owns a large penthouse in Tel Aviv, and a sea-
The family are active philanthropists through their Machkevitch foundation.