06 July 2008

Boys' toys


How many toys does one guy need? The yacht, two different styles of car, as you see. I don't see a helicopter on this yacht. Don't have a go at me for the excess - I'm just the photographer.

9 comments:

Laurie Keller said...

I love the architecture behind the cars ... it works so well! Yes ... boys and their toys. One for when he feels like going fast and another for when he's wearing his tux. Or perhaps it's a very wealthy chicklette!

M.Benaut said...

Crikey !!
Come to think of it, those are British flags on those yachts.

Gail's Man said...

Hooray, some wheels again. It's been a while. I think the white car is a Ford GT40 & the other one is a Bentley.

Sally said...

LOL. I'm sure the helipad MUST be there somewhere!

Lynette said...

My goodness, that's a lot of stuff. The photograph is so clear--nice job.
Portland Oregon Daily Photo

Anonymous said...

"British flags on those yachts"

Cayman Islands!

"white car is a Ford GT40 & the other one is a Bentley."

Nearly! Ford & Rolls Royce Phantom!

The yacht in the picture, Wedge Too, where the security guy is standing is owned by the former Deputy Prime Minister of Lebanon- Issam Fares. His wife dealt with the whole process hiring Phillipe Starck to design it. It's one of the most elegant, beautiful yachts of recent times & 215ft/65m long so plenty of space for the 16 guests & 20 crew!

magiceye said...

you have it you flaunt it!

MmeBenaut said...

Jolly good that Anon. has sorted us out with the "goss".
I think I'll run for politics in Lebanon. I wonder if the lads on the ground fighting for freedom know what their deputy PM gets up to when he's away.

Still, were I to be offered this lifestyle, I'd find it hard to pass up. Well, maybe the white car now that I'm a bit more cautious.

And Heli Pad? Gosh, these people would have the whole airforce at their disposal.

Some people have all the luck!

Anonymous said...

"I think I'll run for politics in Lebanon. I wonder if the lads on the ground fighting for freedom know what their deputy PM gets up to when he's away"

He owns a huge company based in Texas I believe. His wealth comes from that, not from being the former deputy PM of Lebanon.

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