Even worse for Vladimir Putin, May 6th marks another loss for the Russian Federation. Earlier today, the Admiral Makarov frigate was hit by Ukrainian Neptune anti-ship missiles and burst into flames close to Snake Island, according to MP Oleksiy Goncharenko.
Less than a month ago, the Russian Navy’s Black Sea flagship was hit by two anti-ship missiles. As expected of the Russian Federation, the peeps in the Kremlin initially said that all of the 500 crew members were rescued. Not long after, Putin’s cronies announced that one crew member died and 27 went missing. Moscow initially noted that an accident had caused a fire, then admitted that Moskva was mangled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Turning our attention back to the 459-foot Scheherazade (make that 140 meters), this ultra-luxury vessel features a beauty salon, a movie theater, two helicopter pads, a spa, and a gym. A six-decker megayacht that’s currently moored in Tuscany’s beautiful Marina di Carrara, the Scheherazade features a steel hull with an aluminum superstructure. A Turkish bath, a sauna, a cryotherapy chamber, and a hydro massage room need to be mentioned as well, plus two VIP suites of which one includes a player piano.
The exterior and interior designs were carried out by Espen Oeino and Francois Zuretti. Twinned with the 445-foot (135.5-meter) Crescent owned by Rosneft chief executive officer Igor Sechin, the de facto deputy of Vladimir Putin, the Scheherazade is the 12th largest yacht in the world.
I lost a frigate and a yacht on the same day.— Darth Putin (@DarthPutinKGB) May 6, 2022
We published passport details of the FSO (Putin's personal security agency) officers who worked on the yacht. The EU border authorities have full access to their travel data. It would take no time to match it with the Scheherezade movements. Honestly. What is the problem exactly? pic.twitter.com/6hoGGpJy18— Maria Pevchikh (@pevchikh) May 6, 2022