The superyacht Reef Chief docked at the Barbican Landing Stage yesterday evening and will be in the city until Sunday.
The vessel was spotted on our Westward Shipping News 24 hour live webcam has it made its elegant way towards the Barbican.
Measuring at 49-metres with a volume of 476 GT, the stunning yacht is owned by American business entrepreneur James Dicke.
The multi-million pound vessel boasts naval architecture and Art-Deco inspired interiors, and can accommodate up to 11 guests in one master, three doubles, and a twin cabin.
The Reef Chief was originally called the Anjilis and was built by US based Trinity Yachts.
The United States still holds the highest number of superyacht owners in the world, and with more American visitors looking to come to the UK, and not just London.
The Reef Chief is not amongst the biggest super yachts in the world, but yachting experts say it has ‘enough oomph to steal the spotlight’.
And the team at Westward Shipping News will agree with that.