The fucking yacht of the Gucci in which Don Juan Carlos and Dona Sofía spent his wedding night and who is docked in Mallorca

On certain occasions, luxury is cursed. It occurred with the Diamond Hope whose owners died guillotinated, crushed, because of diseases, ended up in poverty .

The fucking yacht of the Gucci in which Don Juan Carlos and Dona Sofía spent his wedding night and who is docked in Mallorca

On certain occasions, luxury is cursed. It occurred with the Diamond Hope whose owners died guillotinated, crushed, because of diseases, ended up in poverty ... If jewels are one of the factual symbols of what is to have a bulk current account, the same goes for ships, Especially if they are unique.

Maurizio Gucci knew when he bought his wife Patrizia Reggiani (73) El Creole, who for years was cataloged as the most beautiful and largest sailboat in the world made of teak wood. In 1983 this whim of the seas was the banner of the private heritage of the great Italian Fashion Family that is currently due to the film La Casa Gucci, in which Lady Gaga (35) interprets Patrizia and Adam Driver (38) To Maurizio.

In the documentary Lady Gucci: The Story of Patrizia Reggiani herself confirms that the ship was cursed by referring to the greek magnate Stavros Niarchos who bought it in 1948 to rage his compatriot and competitor Aristotle Onassis by controlling the routes of the Maritime transport, since he had acquired the Christina.

Currently the Creole belongs to Alessandra (44) and Allegra (40), the two daughters that Reggiani had with the owner of the luxury firm. Until reaching your hands, the legend of the curse circulates along its 65.3 meters of length, 9.4 meters of manga and 5.8 meters of draft.

You have to move to 1927 when the American heir of a carpet seller named Alec Cochran bought him as a whim to enjoy how little he was left of life because he was sick with tuberculosis. The christening of the vira (first name) began from the worst of ways since three attempts were needed so that the bottle of champagne broke against the ship's helmet. Two years later, the millionaire died.

After passing through several hands he became part of the Niarchos Empire, which invested a considerable fortune in its restoration to show up in all its splendor with the three masts and its four candles. With capacity for 11 guests in six cabins and a crew of 15 people, the schooner was the stage for the newlyweds Juan Carlos and Sofia, future kings of Spain, part of his honeymoon in May 1962 to travel the Mediterranean Until reaching your private island, Sptsopoulas, purchased that same year, after declining the invitation that had made them on the Christina.

Due to his social status as a princess of Greece, Sofia had connected with Stavros, which also gave him as a wedding gift with a striking set of 36 Burmese rubies in size Cabujón with diamonds carving Baguette by Van Cleef & Alegirs that the Emerita has looked in countless occasions, as the eve of the link of Felipe VI and Letizia.

Onassis always wanted to be the center of the flashes so he did not hesitate to invite his splendid yacht of 99.1 meters of length and 11.06 of sleeve to the most notable figures of the time like Winston Churchill, Elizabeth Taylor, Greta Garbo O Maria Callas, her best-known lover who immediately caused the divorce of the millionaire even though his wife Tina had also been unfaithful with Reinaldo Herrera, Current Husband of Carolina Herrena. In Skorpios, the island who bought Onassis in 1963, the magnate married Jacqueline Kennedy.

The rivalry between niarchos and onassis was not limited to business, but it passed the borders of love, as they competed for the love of the Livan sisters. Stavros wanted to get married with Tina when he was 14 years old, but his father (the Shipowner G. Livanos) did not give his arm to twist because he wanted to give his daughter Eugenia, three years older, so Onassis took advantage of the opportunity to take her to the altar In 1946. They had two children, Alexander and Christina. In 1947, Niarchos married Eugenia, whom he had been unfaithful with Pamela Harriman (daughter-in-law of Sir Winston Churchill) and who died tragically in the Mansion of Marriage in Sptsopoulas in 1970 at 44 years old because of an overdose of barbiturates.

That event has always been surrounded by controversy because it has never been known what really happened. Apparently, the millionaire had bruises in her body as a result of a possible fight with her husband, who was investigated and exonerated from the alleged crime. That scandal shook the foundations of the international jet set that observed with attention how Niarchos managed to satisfy the desire to marry his sister-in-law in 1971. But again, the misfortune was prostated with him, since the young woman died like her sister of An overdose of pills in 1974 at age 45 in his Parisian home, the Hôtel de Chanaleilles.

Both pain caused Niarchos to sell the ship to the Danish government that made him a sailboat-school, but his high maintenance cost forced to sell him again, so he was acquired by the Gucci. For more than a decade they sailed through all the seas of the world until Patrizia enraged after discovering that her husband had gone to live with her lover, so she planned her husband's assassinating her, died in 1995 at the hands of a hitman. After the relevant investigations, the judge condemned it 29 years in San Vittore prison for ordering her murder, but she went released in 2017.

To the surprise of many, a previous agreement signed by its ex-husband forced the company Gucci (currently belongs to the Kering group, whose owner is François-Henri Pinault, husband of Salma Hayek) to pay for life to the Black Widow a million Annual euros and a single payment of another 24 million for all the time he was imprisoned. The Creole, by the way, has its base in Palma de Mallorca.

Updated Date: 12 December 2021, 22:32

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