Saudi Prince's $79million superyacht capsizes and partially sinks in Greece
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March 16, 20203 min read, 586 words

Saudi Prince's $79million superyacht capsizes and partially sinks in GreeceSaudi Prince's $79million superyacht capsizes and partially sinks in Greece

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Published: March 16, 2020  |  3 min read, 586 words
A $79MILLION superyacht owned by a Saudi prince capsized and partially sunk while it was docked in Greece. The 230ft Nourah of Riyad, owned by Prince Turki bin Mohammed bin Fahd Al Saud, was being lifted out of the water for repairs when it capsized. The 230ft Nourah of Riyad ...
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Sensational
March 17, 2020
Firstly, let me repeat some of the choice adjectives that people have ascribed to this outlet over the years. Garbage, dross, schrott, les déchets, lo sterco, etc., etc., etc. You get the idea. To say that it is not credible is an understatement of epic proportions, and to say that those who work for it are scoundrels is being kind. Now, is this item news? No. It's public relations. In fact, it reads as if it is an advertisement for a slightly used boat. Reading it other than for the schadenfreude it may evince is a waste of time.
March 17, 2020
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Surface Level
March 18, 2020
A very surface-level piece that sensationalizes a capsized yacht. If it weren't for the expensive nature of the yacht, there would be absolutely no story here.
March 18, 2020
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