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40m ‘My Song’ lost at sea

The superyacht fell off a cargo vessel in the Mediterranean before reaching Italy…

On the evening of 25 May, the 39.6m sailing yacht My Song fell off a cargo vessel during her transportation from the Caribbean to Genoa, Italy. Before reaching Genoa, it is understood the Baltic 130 superyacht was lost in the Mediterranean Sea, having left St John in the Caribbean in May on the 138m cargo ship Brattingsborg.

After encountering some rough weather, My Song reportedly slipped from the Brattingsborg and was later located by the mothership’s crew, with the stern underwater. My Song was on her way to the Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta, taking place next week, having won the regatta last year.

Delivered in 2016, with exterior design and architecture by naval architect Reichel Pugh Yacht Design, My Song was a force within the full-carbon superyacht market. The yacht had a 56m-high mast, a displacement of 99 tonnes and a maximum speed of over 30 knots.

SuperyachtNews will continue to update this page as and when further details are confirmed.

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