The saying goes; “you can never cross the ocean unless you have courage to lose site of the shore.” Don’t look back at what’s behind you. Do something you’ve never done to get something you’ve never had! Accomplishment takes action. It’s time for me to focus on what I planned on achieving and stop at nothing until I get there💪🏼😎 #captain#goals#focus#zimboabroad
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You’ll have to get through the back log of brunette photos before the blondes are released k.
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Who has visited this beautiful place? 😍
We are currently filming for @petekeeping.portugal here in the Azores. They sail there beautiful, brand new @elan.yachts Yacht throughout the Islands. This is a shot of Mount Pico, taken from the top of Sao Jorge Harbour.
Extraordinary elegance and total comfort, enhanced by amazing versatility. A unique sporting design magnified by refined, spacious interiors. . REFIT 2018
· Three cabin lay-out plus crew cabin
· Powered by MAN 2x 900 hp and Surface drives propulsion
· Serviced and ready to go
This is NOT a wrap. 🎨 Rather it is the handpainted 35.3m M/Y Guilty owned by industrialist and art collector Dakis Joannou, built by Cantieri Navali Rizzardi in 2008 and seen here in Paxos, Greece by @cc_superyachts. If you've only just seen it now yourself, maybe it’s because its been camouflaged this whole time 😉. Jokes aside, the exterior art design was purposely created by artist @jeffkoons (artist behind the widely known "Balloon Dog" and many other pieces) who designed the colourful "Razzle Dazzle" pattern of "Guilty". 🎉 ✨
Razzle Dazzle (also known as Dazzle camoflauge or dazzle painting) is a kind of ship painting first used in World War I and to a lesser extent in World War II, consisting of complex patterns of intersecting geometric shapes in contrasting colours. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Unlike other forms of camouflage that are intended to "hide" an object, the purpose of dazzle is not to conceal but to make it difficult to estimate a target's range, speed, and heading and thus making it harder to aim enemy missiles at.