The yacht Grand Rusalina is a 59 meter Trinity built as Ulysses for billionaire Graeme Hart.
Grand Rusalina is an expedition yacht with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. She is powered by two Caterpillar 3512B engines. And has range of 6,000 nm at 12.5 knots. Her top speed is 14.5 knots.
Grand Rusalina has accommodations for 16 guests: a large owners suite with private office and lounge, and 5 double cabins. Her interior is designed by Ricky Smith Designs from Australia. She can accommodate 9 crew members.
In 2010 she was sold by Graeme Hart to Russian real estate investor and banker Rustem Teregulov. The asking price was US$ 50 million. She is now based in Cannes.
The boat is not available for yacht charter. And she is not listed for sale.
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The Moscow based banker and real estate investor Rustem Teregulov is the owner of the yacht Grand Rusalina.
Development Capital is based in Moscow and provides banking and financial services in Russia. Together with his daughter Tatyana, Rustem Tereguylov holds 60% of the shares of the bank.
Rustem Teregulov is an active real estate developer. He owns more than 30,000 hectares of land in the Moscow region.
He developed several business centers. Some of the land is used for agriculture.
Teregulov is a race driver and founder and owner of the Moscow Raceway. The Moscow Raceway Moscow Raceway is designed to be categorized FIA 1T and FIM A., Which would allow motor sport competition at any level. From national championships in auto and motorcycle racing, to Formula 1 and MotoGP.
Forbes Russia estimates his net worth of between US$ 600 and US$ 800 million.
Teregulov owns a 2009 Boeing 737 Business Jet with registration M-
He also owns a smaller Moonen yacht named Rusalina. The 25 meter yacht is permanently based in Moscow.
The Moonen 83 was launched in 1992 as Xanadu. She was refitted at Moonen Shipyard in 2012.