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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

The MS World is in BBay today

Photo of MS World anchored in Batemans Bay courtesy of Josh Burkinshaw Photography

The MS World has arrived in Batemans Bay to the delight of onlookers. It is understood that it will stay the night and leave tomorrow morning The MS World has been in town before and returns to the Bay as a consequence of a vote made by the owners of the luxury residential ship who decide, by vote, where they would like to go next. The MS World is the largest privately owned residential yacht. The residents, from about 45 countries, live on board as the ship travels. The ship has 165 private residences where most residents live on board permanently. Other owners choose to stay on board only part of the year and rent their luxury suites From Wiki: The ship has a large lobby, deli and grocery store, a boutique and showroom, fitness center, billiard room, golf simulator and putting greens, a full-sized tennis court, jogging track, a spa, swimming pool, and cocktail lounges. There are six restaurants for dining that supplement the kitchens or kitchenettes in most of the residences. For on-board entertainment there is a movie theater, library and music performances. In addition to shore excursions, various classes have been offered on board. The World provides internet access in each residence. The World has its own website so if you would like to see how the residents live visit here

Photo of MS World anchored in Batemans Bay courtesy of Josh Burkinshaw Photography

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