Luxury Yacht Worth EUR 200,000 Vanishes After Crooks Steal It From Marina

The authorities in Germany are looking for this EUR 200,000 yacht that was stolen out of a marina and sailed off into the unknown.

The EUR 200,000 (GBP 169,270) yacht, called Aqva, was stolen from the Rostock city harbour in the early hours of Tuesday, 18th June, according to local media reports.

Newsflash obtained a statement from the State Water Protection Police Office Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania on 19th June saying: “During the night from Monday to Tuesday (17th June – 18th June, 2024), a high-quality 14-metre motor yacht was stolen from Rostock city harbour.

“The stolen sports boat is a ‘My Princess V-42’ yacht named ‘Aqva’ (home port Rostock). The yacht has the official registration number 51892-A on the stern and on both sides of the hull.

“The hull is white with a railing all around. According to current knowledge, the motor yacht was moored at a regular berth in Rostock city harbour.”

They said that “unknown perpetrators” had stolen the boat from its birth and sailed off “in an as yet unknown direction.”

The police added: “The theft damage amounts to approximately EUR 200,000.”

The police have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

The investigation is ongoing.

At the time of writing, no arrests had been made.

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