Mayan Queen, Spring In Seattle, 305 ft. Superyacht, Pacific Northwest Mexican Billionaire WA Ship Canal To Lake Union, NW Mega Yacht, Ballard Bridge Lift, Photography by: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Marine Traffic PNW Source

Mayan Queen landed in Seattle in early spring, last time this Superyacht was in the Pacific Northwest was last May now she’s back in March 2018. It’s hard to miss Mayan Queen at 305 ft. she engulfs the WA Ship Canal and makes a Ballard Bridge lift look tiny compared to the bridge’s massive bridge opening spread per usual.

As Trident Seafoods, F/V Entrance Point and F/V New Venture both pass Mayan Queen, is a good looking superyacht and commercial fishing industry highlight of a typical day in the life in the WA Ship Canal.  As Trident Tender Entrance Point is departing to run up hill to Alaska, the New Venture is just landing back in Seattle at Trident Seafoods Old Yard. We love our massive and extensively diverse boating industry and community in the Pacific Northwest.  Our Seattle maritime industry is happily excited about the marine economic impact for the positive, growing each season and each year.

Mayan Queen is owned by Mexican billionaire, Alberto Baillères, As Trident Seafoods, F/V Entrance Point departs to Alaska for Tendering, Photography by: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Marine Traffic PNW Source, Unique Photo’s of vessels underway from MX, AK, and the PNW

Mayan Queen is owned by Mexican billionaire, Alberto Baillères, Mayan Queen IV, formerly known as Project Safari, was built as a replacement mega yacht for his previous 49m Feadship, MQ2. Mayan Queen IV is a 93.25m (305.93 ft) luxury motor yacht. She was built by Blohm + Voss in 2008. With a beam of 15.88m and a draft of 4.25m, she has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 3879 tones. She is classified by Lloyds. She can accommodate 16 guests in 8 cabins with an interior design by Terence Disdale and an exterior design by Tim Heywood.

Mayan Queen is owned by Mexican billionaire, Alberto Baillères, Mayan Queen IV, Ballard Bridge Lift, Bow Lookout to sharp WA Ship Canal turn down to Lake Union WA, Photography by: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Marine Traffic PNW Source, Unique Photo’s of vessels underway from MX, AK, and the PNW. Never a dull moment on the water in the Pacific Northwest.

The extravagant vessel Mayan Queen owner Alberto Bailleres Gonzales is in his 80’s, he’s known as the 32nd wealthiest in the world according to Forbes charts, second richest in Mexico. As of March 2013, the man’s net worth amounts to $18.2 billion. It’s impressive to have such superyachts in the amazing Pacific Northwest waters.

Mayan Queen is owned by Mexican billionaire, Alberto Baillères, Seattle Spring Superyacht, Ballard Bridge lift to Seattle Lake Union, Photography by: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Marine Traffic PNW Source

Photography by: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Marine Traffic PNW Source, Unique Photo’s of vessels underway from MX, AK, and the PNW. Never a dull moment on the water in the Pacific Northwest.  Inquiries to: boating@saltydogfishingnews.comwww.saltydogmaritimemarketing.com Safe Boating Practices in all seas and conditions!

Mayan Queen owner and businessman owns Mexico’s second largest mining company and a world leading silver mine. He also controls a department store chain, an insurance group, and a pension fund, having holdings in the leading bottling company of Mexico and Latin-America. Vessel details: MAYAN QUEEN IV, Registered in Cayman Island.

Mayan Queen is owned by Mexican billionaire, Alberto Baillères, bering passed by Commercial Fishing vessel F/V New Venture home from Alaska, to Trident Seafoods Old Yard! Photography by: Salty Dog Boating News, Salty Dog Maritime Marketing, Marine Traffic PNW Source, Unique Photo’s of vessels underway from MX, AK, and the PNW

M/Y Mayan Queen, Welcome To The Pacific Northwest, Warmest of Wishes!