is the name of a 71.1 m. yacht built at Krupp Germania Werft in Kiel in 1929 for millionaire Max C. Fleischmann following plans drafted by the New York naval architects Cox and Stevens. Today, 80 years after her launch, Haida still graces the ocean with her unique style following an impeccable restoration. Haida was constructed to be especially strong for long fishing, and pleasure cruises, in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of California. Using the latest technology of the time, the vessel was equipped with the twin diesel engines that still propel her to this day. Her fuel capacity of 150 tons allowed a range of nearly 8000 nautical miles enabling her to travel from San Francisco to Singapore non-stop. After completion in 1929, and following a passage from Germany via New York and through the Panama Canal, her owner berthed Haida at the Santa Barbara Yacht Club in California. Today, under the command of Captain Julian Legg, the Haida can accommodate up to 12 charter guests.