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80-metre Heesen's superyacht Project Cosmos with interior by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design
Previously, YachtHarbour has reported that Heesen sold its 80-metre Project Cosmos.Now, the Dutch yard is announcing that Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design has been appointed by the owners of Project Cosmos to design the interior of their new yacht.This is the third collaboration between Heesen and the award-winning Dutch studio. Previously, Sinot worked on the design of Azamanta, the first in the 55m Fast Displacement Steel class, and the 70m FDHF multi-award-winning Galactica Super Nova, Heesen’s largest yacht launched to date.At 80.07 metres, 1,700 Gross Tons and with a top speed of 29 knots, Project Cosmos will be the world’s largest and fastest full-aluminium motor yacht with conventional propeller propulsion system.The interior design for this exciting project is inspired by elements from nature. Natural mathematics, such as the Fibonacci sequence, form the basis for the interior architecture. Together with clear graphic lines the result is a clean architectural environment. Special, featured materials, such as backlit onyx, straw marquetry and crystal glass panels are framed within the architectural lines to emphasise the beauty of these materials.Custom design furniture elements constructed from glass, marble, metal, and various types of wood add the finishing touches to the interior décor. The shipyard’s main interior workshop is situated in Winterswijk, 120 kilometres from Oss, and provides more than 7,000 square metres of working space. Here, skilled cabinet makers work on up to five Heesen projects simultaneously, and is where all of the luxury areas are created. At the shipyard in Oss, 30 craftsmen work on the interior for all of the service areas.Project Cosmos, with exterior lines penned by Winch Design, is due for delivery in April 2022.
53-metre superyacht Tala by Turquoise
New renderings of the 53-metre project Tala has been released by Turkish yacht builder Turquoise Yachts. The delivery of this yacht with an usual 720GT, with three-decks and DeBasto Designs interior and exterior design is expected in 2020. The layout includes an owner's suite and VIP forward on the main deck and four further guest suites on the lower deck. Her hull and superstructure are completed.Luiz de Basto said : “With Tala’s enormous volume, my objective was to make the exterior less bulky and give a feeling of a forward dynamic movement, rather than a static feel. I wanted the design to show movement and purpose from any angle. I achieved this with the long ascending line from the swim platform all the way up to the mast and down to the pilothouse windshield.”With everything oversized on board, it is no surprise to find a massive swim platform at the stern that simplifies and makes tender operations far safer and more convenient for guests and crew. The fun continues inside with a gym and sauna on the beach deck. Throughout the yacht, DeBasto has incorporated natural separations between crew and guests with secret alleys on both the main and lower deck to enable non-intrusive service when needed. Large windows will bring natural light into the endless precious woods and other natural materials that will characterise Tala’s living spaces. Tala is fitted with twin 1,300 HP Caterpillar engines, with an expected top speed of 15 knots.
GCCM has appointed Luke McCaul to lead the customer experience
Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard (GCCM) has announced the appointment of Mr Luke McCaul to oversee customer experience and property management for the award-winning facility. Mr McCaul will bring to GCCM his extensive background in marina management and customer experience development allowing the facility to continue on its current growth trajectory with some exciting expansion plans in the pipeline.“Our aim at GCCM is to keep the facility at the top of its game by amassing the best possible team with the energy and creativity to do so. Luke adds a great deal to the team and we look forward to generating some new programmes and initiatives with him,” stated GCCM’s CEO, Mr Trenton Gay.Whilst McCaul will manage client facing activities and property management, he will work in closely with Mr Kevin Altera who is the General Manager, Business Development and Operations. Heading a team of over 30 dedicated staff, the duo will focus on promoting and driving a quality customer experience for existing and new marina and shipyard clients from around the globe.Originally from Brisbane, McCaul saw an opportunity to take his business marketing degree and professional skills to Abell Point Marina in the Whitsunday Islands when a new and progressive owner took over in 2013. “There is no reason a marina and shipyard cannot be run like a high-quality international hotel. Owners, captains and crew should expect and receive the personalised touch found in the accommodation industry – my time at Abell Point Marina proved as much. I am now looking forward to adding to GCCM’s customer focus with similar concepts for a working shipyard and marina,” explained McCaul.GCCM is the most awarded shipyard and marina in Australia encompassing 17.5 hectares of waterfront land on the Coomera River. The facility includes a 250 tonne straddlelift, 50,000sqm of hardstand, 75 metre work berths, eight refit sheds and over 80 onsite businesses employing more than 700 marine tradesmen.“It is no secret GCCM has growth plans not only for an adjacent larger facility in the near future yet also, we are actively attracting more and more superyacht refit and maintenance projects to the yard now. In doing so, it is fundamental our services and delivery are world class meeting the clients’ expectation and reflecting our standing in the global marketplace. Luke will be critical in this,” offered Kevin Altera.McCaul’s appointment is the latest in a series of announcements from GCCM including collaborations with Seal Superyachts, Benetti Yachts and IGY Marinas to support their clients in the Pacific. GCCM’s activities have not gone unnoticed as it was recently awarded the ‘Business of the Year – Superyacht Service Provider’ at the Australian Superyacht Awardsin May 2018. It is the latest award bestowed on the facility.McCaul’s appointment follows the recent resignation of Mr Steve Sammes whowas the GM Corporate Services for GCCM. Having been with the marina fornearly 12 years, Sammes is moving on to take up the role of General Managerat Sanctuary Cove Marina.About Gold Coast City Marina and ShipyardGCCM is situated on 17.5 hectares of zoned waterfront industry land whichfronts the Coomera River at Waterway Drive. The marina and shipyard form anintegral part of the 250-hectare ‘Gold Coast Marine Precinct’, the largest of itskind in the Southern Hemisphere. GCCM is located 20 kilometres from SurfersParadise and 70 Kilometres form the Brisbane CBD. All media enquiries shouldbe directed to info@gccm.com.au.Full list of GCCM’s Awards• MIA’s ‘Boatyard of the Year’ 2013/14• Superyacht Australia’s ‘Service Provider of the Year’ 2015• MIA’s ‘Boatyard of the Year’ 2015/2016• MIA’s ‘Dry Storage Facility of the Year’ 2015/16• MIA’s ‘Best Environmental Initiatives by a Marina’ 2016/2017• MIA’s ‘Employee of the Year’, Steve Sammes, 2016/2017• MIA’s ‘Marina Hall of Fame’ 2016/2017• MIA’s ‘Outstanding Contribution by an Individual to the Industry’,Trenton Gay, 2016/2017• Australian Marine Industry Export Group’s ‘Industry Champion for theMarine Export Sector’, Trenton Gay, 2017• Superyacht Australia’s ‘Service Provider of the Year’ 2018
46-metre superyacht Lucky Me by Baglietto spotted in Rovinj, Croatia
In February, 2017 YachtHarbour has announced that Baglietto 46m Fast was sold and named Lucky Me. Few days ago, our reader Mark Cernela, port authority worker, spotted 46-metre Lucky Me in Rovinj, Croatia.Photo by Mark CernelaThe project was introduced in March, 2014 and launched as hull 10221 in May, 2016. Powerful, aggressive lines, further highlighted by the lead grey shade of the hull, characterize Lucky Me. The trapeze-shaped windows in the hull alternate with rectangular ones arranged on two different levels, enhancing the slender shape of the hull and giving a more contemporary touch to the yacht's outer profile. Another new element characterizing the exterior lines is the compact shape of the superstructure. Photo by Mark CernelaIn June, 2016 the yacht completed sea trials and later attended various shows including Versilia Yachting Rendez Vous, Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show. Great care is devoted to the outdoor areas, so as to allow passengers to be in closer contact with the sea when both cruising and at anchor. The aft area of the upper deck hosts an open terrace overlooking the sea furnished with a large table and a spacious sunbathing area.Photo by Mark CernelaThe interiors, also pencilled by Francesco Paszkowski Design together with architect Margherita Casprini, feature impressive volumes, rarely found on planning yachts of this size. The warm shades of rosewood used for lining and floors alternate with the colder white lacquered ceilings and side panels across the entire boat. The layout features the full beam master cabin located forward on the main deck and the guest area on the lower deck. The upper deck features a salon with conversation area, the captain’s cabin, and the wheelhouse, while the crew quarters, on the lower deck, include 4 twin cabins plus a single cabin and the dinette.Photo by Mark CernelaLucky Me was sold in February, 2017 through Marine Marketing for €28,000,000 and went on charter market through Camper & Nicholsons starting from €200,000 per week. Performance wise Lucky Me, entirely built in aluminium, can reach a maximum speed of 26 knots thanks to twin MTU 16V4000 M93L engines; one of the most important naval characteristics is the reduced draft of 2,10m and for this reason she can easily cruise in shallow waters. The yacht is classified with Lloyd's Register of Shipping and compliant to MCA standards. Check our Timeline platform to get the full access to our analytics platform, that offers you a detailed report on the timeline of each superyacht, real time market view to see the yacht market developing and much more!
First Van den Hoven Executive 1500 Mk2
The Executive 1500 Mk2 is the new motoryacht of Van den Hoven Jachtbouw. The stylish design by John van Leeuwen is fully in line with the recognizable design language seen on the spacious and elegant Executive 1850.The changes in the hull design include the stepped bulwark, resulting in a lower hull and a more elegant and sporty silhouette.With a length of 14.99 m, a clearance of 3.45 m, a draught of just 1.40 m and CE A certification, the 1500 Mk2 is a versatile motoryacht for all European waters. Her fully foldable mast makes the yacht ideal for travelling the French waterways and most other European rivers with low bridges. It also allows you to sail the Rhine without requiring a Rheinpatent license. The use of a 225 hp Volvo Penta engine limits consumption to 10.7 liters an hour at a speed of 7.1 knots. The Executive 1500 Mk2 is also available with two engines. The Executive 1500 Mk2 reinforces why Van den Hoven has such an excellent reputation when it comes to on board quality and spaciousness. The clever use of the square meters creates a spacious and comfortable feel, enhanced by the large windows and 360-degree views. The roomy ambience and all- around views exceed any other yacht in the 15-metre class. The galley, wheelhouse, lounge and dining space flow naturally into each other, adding to both the cosiness and convenience. For instance, guests can enjoy a drink on the aft deck, the modern galley invites top-notch cooking, and there is plenty of space around the helm for people to gather and socialize. <iframe width="640" height="360" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/TQAT_NeqqF4" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>The interior features four beds in two comfortable cabins, with two toilets and bathrooms. Instead of a third cabin you can choose for a spacious walk-in closet, which is accessible from the owner's cabin. The wide gangways make walking around the superstructure easy, which enhances the mooring experience. The swimming platform is easily accessible via two symmetrical stairs which also lead to the
cleanly nished and well-insulated engine room. Superbly integrated in the foredeck, the large and comfortable sofa is an ideal spot to relax and watch the world go by. The aft deck features another spacious seating area with dining table and space for two or three more chairs. The aft of the superstructure above is extended to create shade and the option also exists to enclose the whole area to provide privacy and protection from the sun. As key factors in terms of sailing comfort, vibration, noise and roll were major focal points in designing the 1500 Mk2. To reduce noise, the entire engine room is insulated with high-quality materials and nished in white aluminum perforated panels. Vibration is eliminated as much as possible via the heavy hull and the transmission from the engines to the axles, which also includes a homokinetic coupling. The superior detailing on the 1500 Mk2 is visible throughout, including on the beautifully nished stainless steel rails that add an extra sense of luxury and ensure optimal safety when sailing on board this exceptional Dutch yacht. Because Van den Hoven builds steel yachts, clients can contribute a great deal of input into the way their motoryacht is realised. This exibility is essential as the yard’s clients have increasingly specific demands. In principle, anything is possible based on the existing exterior design: the number of cabins, bathrooms, general layout, furnishings, materials, colour schemes, engines, and all other options that make life on board the 1500 Mk2 extra comfortable. The Van den Hoven Executive 1500 Mk2 can be found at stand number D24 during the HISWA boatshow 2018 in the Batavia harbor at Lelystad.

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