Yacht Name: Queen K -
Owners Name: Oleg Deripaska -
Oleg Deripaska is the owner of the yacht Queen K.
Deripaska is a Russian billionaire and founder of the Basic Element Group
Basic Element is the holding company for Oleg Deripaska. Basic Element has investments in energy, mining, metals and construction.
It is one of the largest industrial groups in Russia. Well known investments are Rusal, GAZ Group and En+ Group.
United Company RUSAL is the world's second largest aluminium producer. Rusal produces around 10% of the world’s aluminum.
Oleg Deripaska started as a commodities agent and broker at the Russian Commodities and Raw Materials Exchange .As a broker, Deripaska dealt in a wide range of commodities, including aluminium.
His work also included trading with major Russian aluminium smelters. In the early ‘90s Deripaska started investing in the shares of Sayanogorsk Aluminum Smelter (SAZ), one of the newest and most modern aluminum plants built in Soviet times.
The net worth of Oleg Deripaska is US$ 3.3 billion. He was once one of the richest Russians, but lost most after the 2008 financial crisis.
Deripaska owns several residences including a large mansion near Moscow, a home in Belgravia Square, London, a house in New York and a mansion in Washington DC.
The latter is known as the Haft Mansion and is owned through a company named Gracetown Inc.
Deripaska owns at least 3 Gulfstream G550 private jets, all built in 2012. The registration numbers are M-
The yacht Queen K was built at Queen M at Lurssen Yachts. She was delivered in 2004. Queen K is designed by Espen Oeino.
The yacht’s original interior (by Donald Starkey) has been replaced at a refit in 2007 and is now designed by Eidsgaard Design.
Queen K is powered by 2 MTU engines which bring her a top speed of 18 knots. The yacht has a support vessel named Sputnik.
Deripaska als owns a 50 meter yacht named Selenga. Selenga was built in Russia. The yacht is based on Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia. More here.
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