- Type: Yacht
- Displacement: 4,646 tons
- Dimensions: 447(oa) 408 (wl) x 52 ft.
- Machinery: = 21 knots
- Passengers: 34
- Crew: 55
- Builder: Blohm & Voss GmbH, Hamburg, Germany, 1931
- Service: Largest private yacht in the world at time of construction
and still fourth largest today. Designed by Cox & Stephens and built for the American heiress Emily Roebling Cadwallader, whose family money came from building the Brooklyn and Golden Gate bridges. Purchased as a state yacht of Turkey for the use of Kemal Ataturk, 1938. Later used as a training vessel. Badly damaged by fire in 1979. Rebuilt starting in 1989 for Turkish shipowner Kahraman Sadikoglu, who took out a 50-year lease on her. Still in use today as a charter yacht.