Globas, World’s 1,831st largest Superyacht, sails into Freo

Globas, the 1,831st largest superyacht in the world, sailed into Fremantle’s Fishing Boat Harbour at 11.30am this morning. She’s in from Hobart, via Port Lincoln.

She sails under the flag of the Cayman Islands.

Mention of a superyacht and Cayman Islands in the same breath is usually followed by questions about the yacht’s value and just who owns her.

Well, on the subject of value, international superyachting media reported on Globas’ last sale in July 2022, when her asking price was €22,000,000, or around $36,000,000 Aussie dollars.

We don’t know who bought her then, but understand the owner is shown in SYT iQ, the Superyacht Market Intelligence System, that’s exclusively available to subscribers – of which we aren’t one!

Here’s a few more of our shots of Globas arriving in Fishing Boat Harbour late this morning.

Globas was built by Sanlorenzo in Italy, and launched in 2018.

As to her dimensions she has a beam of 9.4 m, a draught of 3.2 m and a volume of 468 GT. Her overall length of 42.78 m.


Globas’ features exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski. Up to 12 guests in six cabins can be accommodated on board, as well as accommodation for 7 crew members, including the ship’s captain.


Her main saloon boasts a large L-shaped settee aft of a formal dining table for 10 guests alongside a fully equipped galley. By all accounts, the yacht’s large windows afford the interiors an airy feel, with natural light found throughout.


Outside, she offers al fresco dining aft on the main deck and sun loungers on the upper deck. An additional al fresco dining area is also found on this level, with shade provided by a hardtop. Tender storage is located towards the stern, while guests can socialise on her impressive foredeck.

Globas has a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. She is powered by 2 Caterpillar Inc engines, which give her a top speed of 16 kn. The yacht carries 50,000 litres of fuel on board.

As we say, Globas is in from Hobart, via Port Lincoln. Her next port of call is Broome. Not sure just what her plans are then, but we won’t be surprised to learn she will soon commence a season spiriting lucky ‘sailors’ up and down the Kimberley coast while homebased in Broome.

As soon as we know more, we’ll let you know!

By Michael Barker, Editor, Fremantle Shipping News


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