Princess 95 caught fire in Turkey

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A major fire broke out last night on the yacht Princess 95 Queen Anna moored in Fethiye, Turkey. Video captured by Yacht Marine Brokerage shows the 29-metre yacht on fire being towed by a small inflatable boat into the harbour, away from other yachts on the dock. The fire apparently broke out in the superstructure, engulfing the flybridge and aft main deck. It is not yet known what caused the fire.

This is the second case of fire on the yacht in Turkey, since the beginning of the year. At the beginning of January, fire broke out on The One, a well-known 70-metre Lurssen Superyacht berthed in Marmaris and spilled over to neighbouring Al Jadaf's 52-metre Barbie.

Built by Princess in 2009, Queen Anna has a maximum passenger capacity of eight. The yacht has a fiberglass planing type hull. The yacht is powered by two MTU 16V 2000 M93 diesel engines.

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