Yacht Name: Queen Mavia -
Owners Name: Saeed Bin Jabr -
Saeed Bin Jabr al Suwaidi is the owner of the yacht Queen Mavia. Who is Saeed Bin Jabr al Suwaidi? Saeed Bin Jabr is the Chairman of the Bin Jabr Group.
The Bin Jabr Group is one of the largest and most influential financial groups in the Middle East, active in manufacturing, construction, energy and technology.
Group companies include Advanced Industries of Arabia Company which specializes in the design and manufacture of the NIMR 4x4, an off road extreme utility military vehicle for the military and army and General Petroleum Services Est specializing in sales and services to oil and gas, petrochemical, power and water and other general industrial sector.
We estimate the net worth of Saeed bin Jabr at US$ 1 billion.
Saeed’s son Mansour bin Jabr is a professional rally car driver and COO of the Bin Jabr Group. In 2017 he has been voted the 37th most influential personality in the emirate by Arabian Business Dubai 100.
We think the Bin Jabr family owns a Bombardier Global 6000 private jet. Do you know its registration tag? Please do send us a message.
The yacht Queen Mavia was built as Lady Christine for Lord Irvine Laidlaw. She was delivered in 2001 by Oceanco.
Queen Mavia can accommodate 10 guests in 5 staterooms and has a crew of 10. Her interior is designed by The A Group and Gerard P. Villate while Richard Hein is responsible for her exterior.
Queen Mavia can reach a top speed of 16 knots with her two Caterpillar Engines.
The yacht’s interior combines fine mahogany, elm burl moldings and decorative panels. The sky lounge is finished in contrasting white-
The master bathroom is fitted out with Pakistan onyx combined with glass backing. The guest bathrooms feature yellow Egyptian marble, Breccian Pernice and Fiore de Pesca.
Irvine Laidlaw or Baron Laidlaw is a Scottish businessman, and a former member of the House of Lords.
Laidlaw Laidlaw turned a small US publishing company bought in 1973 into the Institute for International Research (IIR), the world's largest conference organiser. He sold his company in 2005 for approx USD 1 billion.