Paris and his son John Dragnis own more than 10 superyachts, with 2 more under construction.
Golden Yachts Company
All yachts are commercially exploited through their Golden Yachts company. Golden Yachts was founded in 1995 with the mission of constructing luxury yachts.
Golden Yachts is affiliated with the Goldenport Ship Management group, also owned by the Dragnis family.
How Many Yachts Does He Own?
Dragnis can be considered as a serial yacht owner. Since 1995 Golden Yachts has constructed, rebuild of refitted many yachts: O’Pari, O’Rea, O’Asis, O‘Rama, O’Mega, O’Ceanos, O’Ptasia, O’Neiro, O’Pati, O’Rion, O’Mathilde.
The 72-meter Yacht O’Pari III was delivered in 2015. She was put for sale asking US$ 70 million and was sold in 2016. She is now named Natalina A.
In June 2020 a new O’Pari was delivered to her owner. It is the 95 meter (312 ft) Opari. The yacht can accommodate 24 guests and has a crew of 28. The yacht was built at Dragnis’ Golden Yachts in Perama Greece.
She was built in 2018. Its the largest yacht in the Golden fleet.
She can accommodate 12 guests and has a crew of 26. She is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines. Which bring her a top speed of 17 knots. She has a cruise speed of 14 knots. Her range is more than 4,500nm.
O’Mathilde was built in 2018. The project started as the Benetti FB261. But she was damaged in a fire. She was finished at Golden Ports Yachts. She is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines. She has a max speed of 17 knots. Her cruise speed is 15 knots.
The luxury yacht can accommodate 12 guests and has a crew of 12.
Dragnis’s yacht O’mega was converted from a small cruise ship. She has a length of 82 meters and can accommodate 32 guests (and 28 crew)
In 2013 Kim Kardashian and her family spent a holiday and filmed an episode of their reality TV show ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ on board the yacht O’ceanos. O’ceanos has a length of 49 meters and can accommodate 14 guests.
Projects Under Construction
There are currently two more projects under construction, GY 39 (a 39 meter yacht with 20,000 hp) and GY 97 (a 97 meter, 318ft which seems to be on hold).