Clearwater, Florida - At 116-feet long, Clearwater's newest visitor is hard to miss.
The guest arrived on December 22nd and has been prompting calls and inquiries ever since.
"Daily (we get calls) and we absolutely love it," said William Morris, the city's Marine and Aviation department director.
What people are talking and asking about is a yacht called The Highlander. It is currently docked in the new downtown marina and will remain in the Bay area through the end of March.
"They always want to know how big it is and who owns it and can we come aboard and have a look and generally the answer to that is no," said Craig Cannon, the yacht's captain.
According to Cannon, The Highlander is actually a famous yacht built in 1967 for Malcolm Forbes. He says, over the years, the yacht has hosted kings and queens but, until a few years ago, it was no longer in use. Cannon says that's when Victor Muller purchased the yacht.