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Amels’ 52-meter Limited edition 171 superyacht L IND was sold with Burgess 84 days after she was listed. Christian Bakewell is representing both the buyer and seller.
Built in steel and aluminum after a design by Tim Heywood and naval architecture by Amels’ in-house team of engineers. She was delivered in 2010 as an Amels Limited Editions 171 superyacht series and has been meticulously maintained over the years. Undertaking regular refit and maintenance appointments, her most recent refit was earlier this year.
Amels equipped her with twin M.T.U. engines, that allow a cruising speed of 13 knots and a top speed of 15.5 knots.
Her classic interior in warm colors by Studio Laura Sessa can accommodate as many as 11 guests across five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite with a private office. There is place for 13 crew members.
She has three decks and spacious social areas, inside and out on deck. The main saloon is filled with a cluster of plush seating that can accommodate all guests.
Her outdoor areas offer plenty of alfresco space. Some key features are an open-air cinema, a raised jacuzzi, and several dining and lounging areas.
LIND was asking €26.950.000.
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Luxury yacht LIND ( ex APRIL, BELLE AIMEE, BEL ABRI) is a 52m displacement Amels Limited Editions 171 superyacht which was designed by Tim Heywood. Launched in 2010, APRIL underwent an extensive refit in 2013 including an interior upgrade and the addition of a full onboard dive centre with wet lab. She has received another refit in 2020. Built by Amels with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure, her interior design was created by Laura Sessa in conjunction with the owner. She can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF LIND: ~ fantastic deck areas ~ Jacuzzi ~ amazing selection of water toys ~ exterior cinema ~ al fresco dining ~ plenty of sunbathing space ~ great socialising area inside ~ beautiful ensuite accommodation ~ main deck master suite ~ gym equipment ~ at anchor and underway stabilisers ~ WiFi ~ Air-conditioning
The yacht’s owner decided to increase the size of his suite by eliminating the main-deck starboard stateroom found aboard other 171’s. The master stateroom of motor yacht LIND consists of a full-beam forward cabin on the main deck with a king-size bed, private office and living room, separate dressing room and large en-suite with shower, tub and his and hers sink.
When British yacht designer Tim Heywood drew the sleek lines of LIND, he took his inspiration from the sweeping curves of Italian sports car design of the 1930s. “I aimed to achieve a look that I would describe as ‘athletically feminine’,” he said. “Also, I incorporated some of the styling features that normally you’d only find on much larger yachts. I wanted the AMELS 171 to feel like a very grand yacht. For example, it has a fabulous 20-meter sun deck, which would not look out of place on a 90-meter yacht.”
LIND offers generous spaces for outdoor entertainment on 3 deck levels. The alfresco areas have been emphasized on the request of the owner, featuring a larger than usual Spa Pool on the sun-deck, which is protected by a windscreen. Amongst the many personal touches to luxury yacht LIND, there is also a massive projection screen on the sundeck, where guests may enjoy many movies from the Kaleidoscope server while sipping a cool cocktail from the full wet bar. The entire sundeck can be covered with Biminis for added comfort if requested.
The interior of this Amels superyacht LIND was designed by Laura Sessa who thematically tied some of the interiors to the outdoors, particularly the bridge-deck lounge by selecting white and blue fabrics. “Each deck highlights a different type of wood, such as maple, walnut and sycamore,” explained Sessa. “For example Maple is featured on the main deck and Zebrano on the bridge deck, with the dark wood Sucupira running as a common theme throughout the whole interior. I find that on yachts of this size that the bridge deck is where the owner tends to spend the majority of his time, where he has breakfast with the family, and so we have white and blue colours in the fabrics to maintain that connection with the sea outside.”
The 52.3m Dutch built LIND yacht can reach a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of around 13 knots giving a transatlantic range of 4,500 nautical miles.
The master stateroom is on the main deck forward and full beam of the yacht, space boasts a king-size bed, large plush sofa, private office and living room, dressing room, en-suite with his and hers sinks, tub and shower and serene neutral décor. A further 4 cabins are on the lower deck. Two guest cabins feature queen size beds, vanities, private dressing rooms and en-suite facilities with showers. One cabin offers twin side by side beds with en-suite and shower and a further cabin offers a twin bed convertible to a double with en-suite and shower. Each cabin has a warm tailored feel featuring a casual yet elegant ambience.
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"Since yacht design is highly competitive, you could be forgiven for thinking that there might be some animosity between designers. But that notion is far from reality. I am blessed with being able to count on some of the world’s leading designers as close friends, among them Tim Heywood, with whom we have collaborated on various large motor yacht projects, including the award winners Pelorus, Ice and Kogo." - "Creatively, Tim is afraid of nothing and will often conceptualise ideas that bewilder shipyards." - Terence Disdale speaking of Tim Heywood, the designer of this yacht.
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The 171-foot Amels motor yacht LIND’s owner took delivery in April 2010. She attended the Monaco Yacht Show in September 2010. Subsequently, motor yacht LIND has been turning heads all along the Côte d’Azur. The sixth hull to be produced as part of the Limited Editions Amels 171 line. The yacht features unmistakable design lines. She is another of Tim Heywood’s naval architectural studio’s masterpiece.
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Why were so many metro stations in Moscow renamed?
Okhotny Ryad station in Soviet times and today.
The Moscow metro system has 275 stations, and 28 of them have been renamed at some point or other—and several times in some cases. Most of these are the oldest stations, which opened in 1935.
The politics of place names
The first station to change its name was Ulitsa Kominterna (Comintern Street). The Comintern was an international communist organization that ceased to exist in 1943, and after the war Moscow authorities decided to call the street named after it something else. In 1946, the station was renamed Kalininskaya. Then for several days in 1990, the station was called Vozdvizhenka, before eventually settling on Aleksandrovsky Sad, which is what it is called today.
The banner on the entraince reads: "Kalininskaya station." Now it's Alexandrovsky Sad.
Until 1957, Kropotkinskaya station was called Dvorets Sovetov ( Palace of Soviets ). There were plans to build a monumental Stalinist high-rise on the site of the nearby Cathedral of Christ the Saviour , which had been demolished. However, the project never got off the ground, and after Stalin's death the station was named after Kropotkinskaya Street, which passes above it.
Dvorets Sovetov station, 1935. Letters on the entrance: "Metro after Kaganovich."
Of course, politics was the main reason for changing station names. Initially, the Moscow Metro itself was named after Lazar Kaganovich, Joseph Stalin’s right-hand man. Kaganovich supervised the construction of the first metro line and was in charge of drawing up a master plan for reconstructing Moscow as the "capital of the proletariat."
In 1955, under Nikita Khrushchev's rule and during the denunciation of Stalin's personality cult, the Moscow Metro was named in honor of Vladimir Lenin.
Kropotkinskaya station, our days. Letters on the entrance: "Metropolitan after Lenin."
New Metro stations that have been opened since the collapse of the Soviet Union simply say "Moscow Metro," although the metro's affiliation with Vladimir Lenin has never officially been dropped.
Zyablikovo station. On the entrance, there are no more signs that the metro is named after Lenin.
Stations that bore the names of Stalin's associates were also renamed under Khrushchev. Additionally, some stations were named after a neighborhood or street and if these underwent name changes, the stations themselves had to be renamed as well.
Until 1961 the Moscow Metro had a Stalinskaya station that was adorned by a five-meter statue of the supreme leader. It is now called Semyonovskaya station.
Left: Stalinskaya station. Right: Now it's Semyonovskaya.
The biggest wholesale renaming of stations took place in 1990, when Moscow’s government decided to get rid of Soviet names. Overnight, 11 metro stations named after revolutionaries were given new names. Shcherbakovskaya became Alekseyevskaya, Gorkovskaya became Tverskaya, Ploshchad Nogina became Kitay-Gorod and Kirovskaya turned into Chistye Prudy. This seriously confused passengers, to put it mildly, and some older Muscovites still call Lubyanka station Dzerzhinskaya for old times' sake.
At the same time, certain stations have held onto their Soviet names. Marksistskaya and Kropotkinskaya, for instance, although there were plans to rename them too at one point.
"I still sometimes mix up Teatralnaya and Tverskaya stations,” one Moscow resident recalls .
“Both have been renamed and both start with a ‘T.’ Vykhino still grates on the ear and, when in 1991 on the last day of my final year at school, we went to Kitay-Gorod to go on the river cruise boats, my classmates couldn’t believe that a station with that name existed."
The city government submitted a station name change for public discussion for the first time in 2015. The station in question was Voykovskaya, whose name derives from the revolutionary figure Pyotr Voykov. In the end, city residents voted against the name change, evidently not out of any affection for Voykov personally, but mainly because that was the name they were used to.
What stations changed their name most frequently?
Some stations have changed names three times. Apart from the above-mentioned Aleksandrovsky Sad (Ulitsa Kominterna->Kalininskaya->Vozdvizhenka->Aleksandrovsky Sad), a similar fate befell Partizanskaya station in the east of Moscow. Opened in 1944, it initially bore the ridiculously long name Izmaylovsky PKiO im. Stalina (Izmaylovsky Park of Culture and Rest Named After Stalin). In 1947, the station was renamed and simplified for convenience to Izmaylovskaya. Then in 1963 it was renamed yet again—this time to Izmaylovsky Park, having "donated" its previous name to the next station on the line. And in 2005 it was rechristened Partizanskaya to mark the 60th anniversary of victory in World War II.
Partizanskaya metro station, nowadays.
Another interesting story involves Alekseyevskaya metro station. This name was originally proposed for the station, which opened in 1958, since a village with this name had been located here. It was then decided to call the station Shcherbakovskaya in honor of Aleksandr Shcherbakov, a politician who had been an associate of Stalin. Nikita Khrushchev had strained relations with Shcherbakov, however, and when he got word of it literally a few days before the station opening the builders had to hastily change all the signs. It ended up with the concise and politically correct name of Mir (Peace).
The name Shcherbakovskaya was restored in 1966 after Khrushchev's fall from power. It then became Alekseyevskaya in 1990.
Alekseyevskaya metro station.
But the station that holds the record for the most name changes is Okhotny Ryad, which opened in 1935 on the site of a cluster of market shops. When the metro system was renamed in honor of Lenin in 1955, this station was renamed after Kaganovich by way of compensation. The name lasted just two years though because in 1957 Kaganovich fell out of favor with Khrushchev, and the previous name was returned. But in 1961 it was rechristened yet again, this time in honor of Prospekt Marksa, which had just been built nearby.
Okhotny Ryad station in 1954 and Prospekt Marksa in 1986.
In 1990, two historical street names—Teatralny Proyezd and Mokhovaya Street—were revived to replace Prospekt Marksa, and the station once again became Okhotny Ryad.
Okhotny Ryad in 2020.
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Strange Glow Over Moscow Skies Triggers Panic as Explosions Reported
B right flashes lit up the night sky in southern Moscow in the early hours of Thursday morning, new footage appears to show, following reports of an explosion at an electrical substation on the outskirts of the city.
Video snippets circulating on Russian-language Telegram channels show a series of flashes on the horizon of a cloudy night sky, momentarily turning the sky a number of different colors. In a clip shared by Russian outlet MSK1.ru, smoke can be seen rising from a building during the flashes lighting up the scene.
Newsweek was unable to independently verify the details of the video clips, including when and where it was filmed. The Russian Ministry of Emergency situations has been contacted via email.
Several Russian Telegram accounts said early on Thursday that residents of southern Moscow reported an explosion and a fire breaking out at an electrical substation in the Leninsky district, southeast of central Moscow.
Local authorities in the Leninsky district told Russian outlet RBC that the explosion had happened in the village of Molokovo. "All vital facilities are operating as normal," Leninsky district officials told the outlet.
The incident at the substation in Molokovo took place just before 2 a.m. local time, MSK1.ru reported.
Messages published by the ASTRA Telegram account, run by independent Russian journalists, appear to show residents close to the substation panicking as they question the bright flashes in the sky. One local resident describes seeing the bright light before losing access to electricity, with another calling the incident a "nightmare."
More than 10 villages and towns in the southeast of Moscow lost access to electricity, the ASTRA Telegram account also reported. The town of Lytkarino to the southeast of Moscow, lost electricity, wrote the eastern European-based independent outlet, Meduza.
Outages were reported in the southern Domodedovo area of the city, according to another Russian outlet, as well as power failures in western Moscow. Electricity was then restored to the areas, the Strana.ua outlet reported.
The cause of the reported explosion is not known. A Telegram account aggregating news for the Lytkarino area described the incident as "an ordinary accident at a substation."
The MSK1.ru outlet quoted a local resident who speculated that a drone may have been responsible for the explosion, but no other Russian source reported this as a possible cause.
Ukraine has repeatedly targeted Moscow with long-range aerial drones in recent months, including a dramatic wave of strikes in late May.
On Sunday, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said the region's air defense systems had intercepted an aerial drone over the city of Elektrostal, to the east of Moscow. No damage or casualties were reported, he said.
The previous day, Russian air defenses detected and shot down another drone flying over the Bogorodsky district, northeast of central Moscow, Sobyanin said.
There is currently no evidence that an aerial drone was responsible for the reported overnight explosion at the electrical substation in southern Moscow.
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