The largest superyacht bound for New Zealand for America’s Cup, confirmed it was denied entry because Immigration NZ considered its crew too big a bubble, NZ Herald reports. The 85m-long pleasure craft Bold is anchored at Fiji, with more than 20 crew onboard, including the vessel’s owner, German industrialist Guido Krass. The superyacht is now heading to Australia, with New Zealand companies missing out on refit work understood to be worth $750,000.
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