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Winners of the Monaco Yacht Show Awards announced
Moments ago winners of the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show Awards were announced at a gala reception held at...
Isaac Burrough Design introduces 35m superyacht concept
Isaac Burrough Design is proud to unveil a new 35-meter superyacht concept. The catamaran boasts...
80m Project Norse breaks the traditional explorer yacht mould
Oliver Stacey Design, in collaboration with BMT Nigel Gee, is pleased to present Project Norse, an...
Update: 35m yacht sinks after catching fire in the UAE
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Footage surfaced earlier today on social media of the 35-meter yacht, Moon on fire in the Al Hamra Marina located in Ras Al Khaimah, 90km from Dubai, U.A.E. The causes of the fire remain, for now, unknown.The extent of the damage is yet to be determine however videos show a large part of the yacht's sundeck and of its upper deck have been destroyed by flames with smoke filling interior areas.@dusanducamaksimovicBased on early photography of the incident, it appears that the fire may have originated near the bridge however these remains pure speculation at this point. Mikey AnthoniszAfter firefighters attempted to put out the flames whilst the yacht was moored in the marina, the yacht was eventually dragged out of the marina to prevent the fire from spreading to other yachts. Footage shows the fire spread to the entire hull of the boat with even the main salon being engulfed in flames.Built in 2000 by Turkish-based, Eser Yat, Moon had a wooden hull and superstructure. With a beam of 7.5-meters, she had a shallow draft of 1.87m and could reach a maximum speed of 24 knots.
Three days ago Oceanco's 106m superyacht hit the water for the first time at the Keppel Verolme shipyard in Rotterdam. Dutch Yachting has captured these photos of Project Y712 while en route from Keppel Verolme to the Dutch shipyard's facility in Alblasserdam.Nuvolari Lenard Design is responsible for both the exterior and interior design and Oceanco & Dykstra Naval Architects for the naval architecture. The yacht features a DynaRig having the ability to operate entirely on solar power. Oceanco also has 110m Project Jubilee under construction. Once completed, she will be the largest yacht built in Holland.
Overmarine Group announces the sale of its first 54m flagship of the new Fast Displacement line, Mangusta GranSport 54, designed by Alberto Mancini.Francesco Frediani, Group Commercial Director, comments:Just a very few days after the Mangusta Oceano 42 was officially presented at the first boat shows, attesting the Group’s entry into the long range segment, today we’re celebrating the sale of the new Mangusta fleet flagship, a 54 metre yacht from the brand new Mangusta GranSport line. This successful sale confirms that, thanks to our thirty year tradition of building fast, comfortable yachts and the reputation we’ve built up in that time, we’re even able to aspire to playing a leading role in a segment that’s completely new to usOfficially presented a year ago, during the Monaco Yacht Show as a design concept, Mangusta GranSport is the Overmarine Group’s brand new line of fast displacement yachts. This line combines technical features such as speed, greater range and limited consumption with extraordinary levels of comfort.Mangusta Gransport is also pure beauty, achieved through a design with clean, dynamic lines and countless details, never redundant. A design that is a perfect interpretation of the Mediterranean lifestyle, i.e. experiencing the great outdoors, the pleasure of eating outside, close to the sea perhaps, in the cool shelter of a patio.Mangusta GranSport 54 construction at the Pisa shipyard has just begun. Featuring a racy profile, powerful engines, fast cruising speeds and spacious, functional onboard areas, this model is easily able to cruise long distances. Engineering studies and tank tests were carried out after the presentation of the concept, and a few changes made to the project. The yacht was altered in length and is currently 54 metres. She also features a new 4 engine propulsion system (4 x MTU 16V 2000 M94 2600Hp) with stabilizers. Advantages include greater propulsion efficiency, lower consumption especially at slow speeds, a higher top speed of up to 30 knots, lower draft, of around 2.5m which is perfect for cruising in shallow waters like those of the Bahamas, for example, or the islands of the Mediterranean. She also has better hydrodynamics, a greater range (around 3800 miles) and can consequently be used in a number of different ways – all of which in total comfort.The superyacht will be ready in 2018.Three months ago Overmarine has launched 42m Mangusta Oceano just days after the sale of its second Oceano 42.
80m superyacht Zen is the result of a close cooperation of two longtime partners in the yachting world, Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design and Feadship Royal Dutch Shipyards. Through the years, Henk de Vries and Sander Sinot regularly conferred on the future of yachting, based on their joint experience and collaboration developing yachts. Remarkable parallels in their clients’ visions were revealed: a desire for more efficiency and less unnecessary space. The revelation inspired Sinot to design a shared vision of a new generation of super yachts, with technical and naval architecture input from Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects - superyacht Zen.She has unique features for 80 meter yacht. The new approach starts with a deliberate evaluation of a ship’s internal volume. As a result, Zen concentrates all the owner’s spaces at only two decks.The vessel's profile breaks from the typical ‘wedding-cake’ appearance, without sacrificing any useable space. The aft section of the superstructure features a 13 meter lounge, in which the sides and aft glass corners open fully to the exterior deck. The midsection has an inside-outside dining area with sliding doors to each side that can pocket fully and a skylight. Expandable balconies on both sides provide space for an aperitif. The forward section consists of a high-tech bridge with floating consoles and two guest settees. Outside, a vast and versatile exterior deck of almost 500 square meters is suitable for lounging, sunbathing, sports activities and parties. The area expands by an additional 100 square meters when the aft lounge is opened. An 8 meter swimming pool is located on the aft deck, with a large Jacuzzi on the foredeck.At the lounge & dining on bridge deck, the concept of Zen is expressed in its purest form. A slanting 360-degree glass façade floods her lounge with abundant natural light, while the overhang provides intimacy and protection. Due to the stackable glass façades and corners at the slanting columns, the 13 meter lounge can be converted into one expansive al fresco space connecting the interior with the huge exterior deck space.Above the beach area, the panoramic stern lounge offers a superior experience of life at sea with its scenic view of the ocean and sight of the wake disappearing over the horizon. A full-beam front section of the main deck is reserved for the owner state room, the owner’s lounge, owner’s office and his and hers dressing and bathroom. At the sides, full height glass façades afford sweeping views of the ocean from the owner state room, lounge and office. As for the VIP stetrooms, they are spacious, with large floor-to-ceiling windows or that not only provide abundant daylight, but also allow guests to enjoy the seascape scenery.Offering immediate access to and from the water, Zen’s full beam beach platform is ideal for relaxing in the sun, participating in water sports or parties, and enjoying stunning views. At the sides, the platform can extend to add around 20M2to the beach deck, creating a vast platform. The backdrop is created in 3D sculpted wood with integrated LED light fixtures providing indirect lighting, which can be changed in color temperature and intensity according to need and provide a sunbathing atmosphere or a more vibrant setting during a party.Relaxation is central to life on board the yacht. The richness of well-being and vitalization of body and soul are behind the spacious gym and spa at the main deck. At the sides of these spaces, full height glass façades can be opened to balconies, providing a fresh sea breeze and a full inside-out experience. The gym facilities include state-of-the-art work-out equipment and is characterized by warm tones, indirect lighting, and the use of natural materials.All of the yacht’s furnishings are custom designed by Sinot and produced by the best craftsmen. The balanced application of dark wood, soft chenille fabrics, 100% Dull silk carpets and bronzes with a variety of patinas, the use of tadelakt plaster on the ceiling and natural materials, such as split sandstone and teak, on the other ceiling areas and deck creates balance and unity between the different elements.
Australian superyacht specialists Echo Yachts has teamed up with Sorgiovanni Design and One2three Naval Architects to create 120m trimaran concept.The vessel features striking, progressive contemporary design and attention to the details that Sam Sorgiovanni is famous for. The 120m trimaran's alluring amenities include rotating master stateroom section, private owners outdoor entertaining zone with a swimming pool, both indoor and outdoor dining settings for 26 guests, large indoor cinema, glass central passenger lift, fully appointed gym and spa, sundeck helipad, foredeck touch & go helipad, sundeck Jacuzzi, transformer sea stair and bathing platform and forward tender garage enclosed with gull wing style hull doors.Performance wise she will achieve a top speed of 20 knots and a maximum cruising range of around 5,000 nautical miles. Suited to various propulsion systems including hybrid diesel electric with CP propellers, the trimaran will provide lower running costs and exemplary sea keeping.Echo Yachts currently has 84m White Rabbit trimaran under construction. She is due to be launched in 2018.

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