Super yacht 'Vibrant Curiosity' parked in Lake Union

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by TRAVIS PITTMAN / KING 5 News

KING5.com

Posted on June 25, 2013 at 8:18 AM

A 280-foot long super yacht is currently parked in Lake Union in Seattle.

The “Vibrant Curiosity” arrived in Seattle June 19. According to the Daily Mail, the yacht cost about $100 million to build.

It cruises at 20 knots and can travel more than 5,500 miles on a tank of disel.

The Vibrant Curiosity “can accommodate up to 18 guests, including the owner, in a master stateroom, one VIP suite with his & her bathroom, five double VIP suites and two double guest cabins,” according to yacht builder Oceanco.

It also has an exterior deck with a swimming pool and it can store smaller boats within its hull, in case you have trouble parking this monstrosity.

It’s the 60th-largest yacht currently sailing in the world, according to superyachts.com

The yacht is being readied for a cruise to Alaska.

Here are some other stats about the Vibrant Curiosity.

  • Length: 280.41 feet
  • Guest cabins: 1 Master, 4 VIP, 2 double
  • Passengers: 18
  • Crew: 26
  • Cruising speed: 14 knots


  KING 5's Susan Wyatt and Lori Matsukawa contributed to this report.

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