The yacht Natita is a 66m motor yacht with a steel displacement hull.
Natita was built as Dilbar, for Alisher Usmanov, later renamed Ona, before being sold in 2010 to William Kallop and named Natita. She was built by Kusch Yachts in Germany and then outfitted with a aluminum superstructure by Dutch yacht builder Oceanco.
Motor yacht Natita holds a stunning interior from designer Alberto Pinto. She offers accommodation for 12 guests in six staterooms. Natita features a large pool, a cinema and a fully equipment fitness area.
In August 2017 it was reported that the yacht Natita was seized by US officials, after her owner failed to service his loans to US bank Goldman Sachs. It was rumored that we would be auctioned to pay off the banks loan. In December 2017 Natita was sold.
William Kallop was the owner of the motor yacht Natita. She was sold in 2017.
William Kallop is the founder of Offshore International Group Inc. Offshore International Group is active in oil exploration and oil drilling in the US and Peru. The main asset of Offshore International Group is Petro-
It began to operate in January 1994 in the North coast of Peru, in block Z2B, and its crude average production is close to 12,000 barrels per day, with estimated reserves of over 100 million barrels. In recent years, this company has strongly positioned itself in offshore hydrocarbon exploration and production in Peru.
In 2008 Offshore International Group realized revenues of USD 350 million with a net profit of USD 134 million. In 2009 the Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) and Ecopetrol S.A. (Colombia's largest integrated oil company) have acquire Offshore International Group Inc., for an amount of USD 1.2 billion.
In 2010 William Kallop acquired a 7% stake in Quicksilver, the multinational apparel and accessory company.
Kallop resides in a large mansion in Palm Beach, Florida or in his house in Houston. Kallop also owns the yacht Honey Fitz, the presidential yacht of John F Kennedy. And he owns the charter yacht Bad Girl.
The net worth of William Kallop is estimated at USD 1.2 billion.