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Eos was launched in 2006 in the Lurssen shipyard in Bremen, Germany. The ship took three years to build. When it was released, she knocked D[en büyük yelkenli yat]own Athena at number one. "With the help of Bill Langan designer Rondal/ Huisman, the remaining marine architecture was completed by Lürssen. The interior details were designed by François Catroux. The 200-foot (61 m) tall masts are "the maximum height allowed to pass under the ship under the bridge".
The ship "is worth more than $150 million."
This luxury yacht features an aluminum body beam 13.50 m (44.29 ft) and 5.5 m (18.04 ft) wide. The ship is one of the world's largest private sailing yachts and as of 2009, the film and media billionaires of film designer Diane von Fürstenberg are owned by Barry Diller. According to a 2007 article in Harper's Bazaar, Eos bears the characteristics of a von Fürstenberg figure shaped by Anh Duong.
EOS offers accommodation for up to 16 people. It can also carry a crew of 21 for a comfortable luxury yacht experience.
According to San Francisco Bay Area sailing magazine Latitude 38, the EOS is larger than its closest competitor, the Maltese Falcon. However, most of the Eos length is spring-shaped, slightly beamed from the Falcon, but the Maltese Falcon is 14 feet longer on the deck and 20 feet (6.1 m) more in the water line, as seen at the base. Another very similar boat style is an old yacht Athena, which has a more traditional sailing plan but is generally smaller.
"Eos is so big that when he's in the river, his masts will be the first thing visitors see.
"It's definitely a magnificent sight and one of the most impressive things you'll ever see anywhere in the world."
Eos' press release for sailors said the ship was the "world's largest" (despite the opinion of latitude 38 "sailing experts"). A 2009 news story about Eos' arrival in Fremantle was designed to reinforce the charm and mystery of luxury yachts (if you don't have jealousy and/or dreams). Not only is the ship's "world's largest yacht" but also "Very little is known about the interior of the yacht, it is kept a secret by Mr. Diller, but it is believed to have glass staircases and panoramic views."
At 3:00 p.m. (CEST) on June 30, 2012, a fire broke out outside the island of Ormøya in Oslo, Norway. Barry Diller and his wife landed at the time. The team first responded to the fire, and norwegian firefighters and port police checked the situation until they reached 16:15 (CEST). The fire was successfully extinguished by 20:00 (CEST) and the ship made a safe return to the port for damage assessment. There were no personal injuries. However, the fire caused serious damage to the upper decks, while the rest of the yacht was virtually undamaged. The news described the incident as "not a problem", stressing that everyone survived unharmed.