Yacht name: Seahorse -
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Robert Friedland net worth US$ 1.3 billion -
Robert Friedland is the owner of the yacht Seahorse. He purchased the yacht in the summer of 2015 from billionaire James Packer.
Friedland is the founder and Executive Chairman of Ivanhoe Capital Corporation and Ivanhoe Mines.
Ivanhoe Capital Corporation is a venture capital firm. The firm is investing in energy, oil, and gas projects. It is also investing in emerging markets such as Congo.
Ivanhoe Mines is a mineral exploration and mining development company. It is based in Vancouver, Canada.
The company also has a successful copper project in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The project named Kamoa Kakula.
Frieland is also shareholder at Turquoise Hill Resources. Turquoise Hill owns 66% of Oyu Tolgoi Copper-
The Ivanhoe Mines executive was shareholder at Diamond Fields Resources. Diamond Fields is focused on diamonds and gold. And other base metal opportunities worldwide.
Through his Ivanhoe Capital Aviation LLC, Friedland owns and has owned several private jets. Including a Boeing 737 BBJ with registration VP-
He also owns a Bombardier Global 5000 (N388RF). A Bombardier Global 5000 has a list price of US$ 50 million.
Friedland also owned a Gulfstream G650ER with registration N388RF. But he sold the aircraft. A Gulfstream G650ER has a list price of US$ 70 million.
His net worth is estimated at US$ 1.3 billion.
Friedland and his wife Darlene owned a large house in Belvedere, California. It is named Locksley Hall, which they sold in 2015 for US$ 47.5 million.
The yacht Seahorse can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins. She has a crew of 9.
The Seahorse yacht is powered by 2 Cummins marine engines. Which bring her a top speed of 15 knots. Her cruise speed is 14 knots. She has a range of 5.500 nm.
The boat is not available for yacht charter. And she is not listed for sale.
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