Greg Norman took delivery of his new toy in 2005. At 69.5 metres (228 feet) in length, it's the world's largest aluminum and composite private yacht. He named his beautiful yacht "Aussie Rules". Back w hen Greg Norman first cruised into Sydney Harbor, onlookers gasped at the immense size of the yacht
Greg Norman's new Luxury yacht. PERTH - OCTOBER 13: Greg Norman's Aussie Rules, the biggest aluminium private luxury yacht in history is tied up at the Oceanfast boat shed in Perth, Australia on October 13, 2002. The 69.5 metre yacht was built in Western Australia for between $60 and $80 million. The yacht is the first in the Norman Expedition Yacht series built at the Oceanfast shipyards in Henderson, south of Perth.
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Luxury yacht Nomad was built as Aussie Rules for golf pro Greg NormanLater she was owned by Wayne Huizenga, who named her FloridianThe superyacht is now owne...
We have to go back 20 years to when our Marine Editor was a callow youth to recount the launch of this stunning 87ft luxury Oceanfast Sportfish built in Western Australia for Greg Norman. It was circa 1996 and David Lockwood was bestowed the honour of being the first and only Australian journalist to drive this impressive boat, designed with Greg "The Shark" Norman's considerable input.
Aussie Rules, the 69.5m (228') expedition motoryacht owned by Greg and Laura Norman and built by Oceanfast, was successfully launched Oct. 13. Aussie Rules is the first of a series of yachts built by Oceanfast under the Norman Expedition nameplate. Oceanfast also says the yacht is the largest private aluminum motoryacht in the world.
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At 285 feet long, Greg Norman’s new yacht is like his own personal portable island – or country. Possibly the largest aluminum yacht ever built, the $70 million “Aussie Rules” was built by Oceanfast and features anything you could want. “Included in that price tag is a $1 million home theatre, two hyperbaric chambers (to restore your breath after you find out how much this thing costs!), seven auxiliary boats (in this case, one being a sportfish yacht that looks the size of a dingy ...
At 69.5 meters (228 feet) in length, it's the world's largest aluminum and composite private yacht. Greg Norman, 'The Shark', recently took delivery of his new toy, named 'Aussie Rules', which he helped design. He had it built for only $70 million dollars. The company meant to build it for him 'at cost' in return for the excellent advertising of having him as an owner, but they actually lost money on it.
Aussie Rules boasted luxury cabins for 12 guests, two hyperbaric chambers, a £1million cinema, a pool and outdoor spa, a gym and a tackle room with 200 fishing rods. In 2004, Norman sold it for ...