If you like super yachts, you should have been on Mount Desert Island on Tuesday, July 21st as the Bouchon, Vibrance, and Rising Sun were all anchored in the waters of MDI.

The Bouchon Photo Chris Popper

The Bouchon was tied up in Bar Harbor Tuesday afternoon. Formerly the Carpe Diem II, the Bouchon was sold in June 2018 with an asking price of 12.9 million Euros which is equal to 14.872 million dollars (today). The Bouchon can  sleep up to 10 guests taken care of by a crew of 9 according to superyachttimes.com

Vibrance Photo Chris Popper

The Vibrance was docked in Frenchman Bay Tuesday afternoon. According to yachtcharterfleet.com the Vibrance sleeps up to 12 guests in 5 rooms, including a master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 1 double cabin, 2 twin cabins and 2 pullman beds. She is also capable of carrying up to 11 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. The Vibrance charters for $199,000 per week in the summer

The Rising Sun Photo Chris Popper

The Rising Sun, owned by David Geffen was docked in Somes Sound on Tuesday afternoon.  Previously owned by Larry Ellison of Oracle, Geffen has owned the super yacht since 2010. According to charterworld.com  the super yacht has an extensive wine cellar with a selection of some of the best wines around. There is also a basketball court on the main deck, which can be converted into a helicopter pad depending on the necessities of the owner and guests. She can accommodate up to 16