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On April 14, Heesen Yachts has launched its 50m Project Nova (YN 17850) at the Dutch yard's facility in Oss. Named Home, she is an example of the company's approach to yachting: a high-performance and comfortable Fast Displacement yacht with reduced environmental impact, wrapped in a design package with exterior lines by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and interior styling by Italian designer Cristiano Gatto, appointed by the owner. Sold in June 2016, Home is the world's first fast displacement with hybrid propulsion. In this case, ‘hybrid’ means that the yacht can draw on two sources of power for propulsion: diesel mechanical and diesel electrical. Either or both sources can be used at the same time to provide more flexible power management and better efficiency along with less noise and vibration. Up to speeds of 9 knots in electrical hybrid mode, the yacht will be as silent as when at anchor. The client, a yacht connoisseur, was introduced to the Dutch shipyard by Thom Conboy of Heesen Yachts USA. Unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2015, the last recorded price for the new build was set at €31,500,000. Heesen has recently announced the sale of 55m Alida, currently under construction at the yard's facility.
April 18, 2017
73m superyacht Yalla has been recently spotted in Anguilla. Built by Italian yard CRN in 2014, the vessel is reportedly owned by Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris.Exterior design comes from Omega Architects, whilst Droulers Architecture styled the interior. The superyacht's luxury amenities include a beach club with indoor swimming pool, a helipad, elevator, swimming platform, at anchor stabilizers and tender garage. Yalla can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins, as well as a crew of 22. Featuring a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, she is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines and provides a maximum speed of 19 knots and comfortably cruises at 18 knots. With the 180,000 litres fuel tanks Yalla has a maximum range of 5,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.Photos by Kevin Nickles
April 18, 2017
Last year M/Y A, which is reportedly for sale at $300 million, has been spotted in such cities as Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Kiel, Bordeaux, off the Reykjavik coast in Iceland and cruising in the French Riviera. Now the most talked-about yacht on the seas has been seen in Monaco.M/Y A was built by Blohm+Voss in 2008. Designed by Philippe Starck, she is capable of accommodating 14 guests in 7 luxurious cabins, as well as a crew of 42. With a meticulous attention to detail, A's interior uses wood furniture with natural light to create a unique style. Amongst her many impressive features are the 3 spa pools, complete with current-generating technology, positioned on various decks for the guests' entertainment.One of the yacht's highlights is perhaps the glass roof under one of the spa pools that allows a mixture of natural light with water. Performance wise she is powered by twin MAN engines of 6,035hp each and is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 23 knots and a cruising speed of 19 knots.Andrey Melnichenko, one of the Russian billionaires shaping the yachting industry nowadays, reportedly spent around $380 million on the vessel. His second yacht, the 142.8m Nobiskrug S/Y A, has been recently delivered to the owner.Photos by Raphael Belly
April 21, 2017
Recently delivered superyacht Faith has been recently spotted in the South of France. She saw the light of day on Wednesday 23 November, which is when the superyacht left the construction hall at Feadship facility in Makkum. She measures 96.55m/ 316.8ft and has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Redman Whiteley Dixon was responsible for the exterior design, Chahan Interior for the interior and De Voogt Naval Architects for the naval architecture. With a gross tonnage of 2,999GT, Faith was built to Lloyds +100A1 class and will fly the Cayman Islands flag. Powered by twin MTU engines of 3,004hp each, she will be able to reach a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruise for 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.The superyacht accommodates 18 guests in 7 double cabins and 2 twins, as well as a crew of 34. The owner's cabin is located on its own private deck with floor to ceiling windows throughout. Amenities include a spa pool aft of her main deck, an extensive beach club with a bar located under the pool, a private cinema and a spa.Faith will further have two 10-meter custom Feadship tenders. You can take a closer look at the third largest Feadship superyacht here and find the first official images here.Photos by Julien Hubert
April 20, 2017
New Zealand yard Yachting Developments Project 1015 is nearing an advanced stage of construction. Measuring 38.7m, this all-carbon motor sportsfisher is scheduled for launch in the third quarter of 2017.In December she saw the light of day, and now hull and superstructure are being installed.Yachting Developments in-house cabinetry team has undertaken the interior woodwork and the first cabins are now being completed. Under construction for a passionate sportsfisherman, the yacht has been designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design, with the interior by the owner and Yachting Developments.
April 19, 2017
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