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Yacht Lady D burns in Phuket

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M/Y Lady D, a 185-foot yacht built by Quality Shipyards, had a fire onboard on Aug. 7 while docked at Ao Po Grand Marina in Phuket, Thailand, according to Gordon Fernandes, head of Asia Pacific Superyachts.

“Marina staff were notified of the fire at 8:25 am this morning and called the local fire department and also called the marine police for assistance as well,” Fernandes reported in a press release. Firefighters confirmed that there were no injuries. 

M/Y Lady D catches fire at the dock at Ao Po Grand Marina in Phuket.
Photo from Asia Pacific Superyachts

For more visit superyachttimes.com/yacht-news/lady-d-yacht-fire.

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