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Luxury yacht Alexander is a converter passenger vessel. Her owner Spiro Latsis is one of the richest men in the world.
Yacht Alexander - Spiro Latsis
Dr. Spiro J. Latsis (born 1946 in Athens) is a Greek businessman. Who is Spiro Latsis? He is the son of the Greek shipping magnate, John Latsis, who died in 2003.
The Latsis family fortune includes more than 40% in EFG Eurobank Ergasias, the second largest bank in Greece, and more than 30% in Hellenic Petroleum, a major petroleum player in Southern Europe, through his ownership of Paneuropean Oil and Industrial Holdings S.A..
The Latsis group also controls Lamda Development, a real estate group based in Athens. Lamda Development projects include The Mall Athens, which opened in 2005, and Golden Hall Mall, also in Athens.
Spiro Latsis Net Worth
The net worth of Spiros Latsis is estimated at US$ 2.3 billion.
Spiro Latsis House
The Latsis family owns a large mansion in London, known as Bridgewater House.
Previously known as Regina Maris, the luxury yacht Alexander was built and designed by German company Lubecker Flender Werke in 1966, however converted from a passenger vessel to a superyacht by Hapaq-Lloyd.
With a steel hull and superstructure, the elegant yacht measures 122 meters and can accommodate up to 80 guests in 40 cabins.
The yacht Alexander is currently not available for charter.