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This is the yacht owned by Ricardo Salinas Pliego

Businessman Ricardo Salinas Pliego is one of the richest men in Mexico thanks to his many businesses, including TV Azteca. And his fortune gave him the opportunity to buy, in 2021, a yacht for 125 million euros from a Saudi tycoon and considered one of the 15 most luxurious boats in the world.

How is the new Salinas Pliego yacht?

The yacht was named ‘Lady Moura’. It has the capacity to accommodate 27 guests and a crew of 71 people.

Its value in national currency is almost 2,600 million pesos, and this yacht was used by the businessman during the last Easter holidays to vacation in Seville, Spain.

According to the newspaper ‘El Mundo’, on the afternoon of Holy Thursday, Salinas Pliego visited the region of Andalusia in the company of his wife, to see the processions of the religious celebrations. And it is not the first time that he has used this type of boat. In 2012 and 2014, he docked at the Sevillano dock aboard his yacht ‘Azteca’.

On this occasion he visited Triana, ate at the La Casa de María restaurant, with views of the Guadalquivir river and the Plaza del Altozano and the Triana bridge, where the procession of the Esperanza de Triana brotherhood passes.

Meanwhile, his new yacht, whose name ‘Lady Moura’ is engraved in 24-carat gold letters, lay in the waters of Seville. Until Good Friday, when the couple and their friends returned to the boat to end the evening with a bit of flamenco in private. All in a very discreet way, because the city was in mourning for the death of Jesus Christ.

The publication details that it reaches a maximum speed of 22 knots. It was built in 1990 by Blohm+Voxx, in Hamburg, and entirely designed by Luigi Sturchio, being last refitted in 2020.

El Mundo reveals that after docking, Salinas and his companions went to Triana where they dined at La Casa de María, one of the best restaurants in the area, and saw the departure of the brotherhood of the Esperanza de Triana brotherhood.

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