Earlier this week, Benetti has been preparing to launch its newest flagship, a 107-meter superyacht...
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#1 95m PalladiumPhoto by @carolfeithWith an original design by Michael Leach, former...
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Gulf Craft, the fast-growing UAE-based shipyard, has released more imagery of its latest 43-meter...
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#1 49m Khalilah.Photo by @BalcoBuilt by US shipyard Palmer Johnson in 2014, the...
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Earlier this week, Benetti has been preparing to launch its newest flagship, a 107-meter superyacht set to be delivered to Australian billionaire, James Packer once completed according to Australian media. Following delivery, she will become the 40th largest yacht in the world.This news comes as Benetti is gearing up for a first in its history, the upcoming launches of 3, 100 meter plus new builds, which it has been working on for the past 4 years. These yachts will be the first from the Italian shipyard with a 3-digit length and are set to overcome the yard's current flagship, Philipp Green's 90-meter Lionheart.With 3,800 GT of interior volume spread over 6 decks, the 107-meter yacht, which will be launched on Tuesday, has a 15.2-meter beam. FB277, as it has been called throughout the build, was project managed by Imperial Yachts, which are also involved with 3 new-builds at Lurssen currently.According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the yacht will be named IJE once completed, the initials of Packer's 3 children. The publication says the yacht will replace Packer's current 55-meter Amels, EJI. The yacht, delivered in 2018, was listed for sale in August asking €42 million in brand new condition and sold in September.Stuff previously reported James Packer to also be the owner of 87-meter explorer yacht Arctic P, a refitted ice-type vessel. Media have previously linked the Australian billionaire to the 50-meter Mangusta, Z as well as the 46-meter Leopard, Z Sydney. Previously, Packer also owned 52-meter Amels, Seahorse built in 1999.Valued at $3.5 billion by Forbes, James Packer sits as Australia's 8th richest man according to the publication. Son of media mogul, Kerry Packer, he became the largest share holder of Crown Resorts, one of Australia's largest casino groups. Earlier this year, Packer stepped down from its board.
December 14, 2018
Gulf Craft, the fast-growing UAE-based shipyard, has released more imagery of its latest 43-meter model, the Majesty 140. First unveiled at the Dubai Boat Show in February, the yacht is the 2nd largest model in the yard's lineup of superyachts.Accommodating up to 12 guests in 5 cabins, the 43-meter C'est La Vie features a master cabin on the main deck that comes with a fold-out balcony and Jacuzzi hot tub. Designed with a light theme and lots of natural light, the yacht is catered by a crew of 9."The Majesty 140 is a continuation of our 3 and a half decade long commitment to creating yachts and boats in accordance with the world's best standards, carrying the Made in UAE flag with pride." commented Mohammed Hussain Al Shaali, Chairman of Gulf Craft.Amongst the yacht's highlights is a 55sqm beach club, a rare feature on yachts of this size. The 43-meter's spacious main salon also benefits from tall, panoramic windows that directly connect guests with the sea.Powered by twin 2,600hp MTU engines, the Majesty 140 can reach a top speed of 20 knots. Other projects currently in-build at the yard include its future flagship, the Majesty 175, set to be delivered in 2019.A growing force in the superyacht space, Gulf Craft has established itself as the leading yacht producer in the Middle East over recent years, gaining traction across Europe. According to several reports in local media, Gulf Craft was contemplating a public listing.
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#1 95m PalladiumPhoto by @carolfeithWith an original design by Michael Leach, former Project Orca is thought to be owned by Mikhail Prokhorov, Russian oligarch and owner of the Brooklyn Nets, who is shaping the yachting industry nowadays.Palladium is a 95.15m motor yacht built by Blohm + Voss in 2010. With a beam of 16.00m and a draft of 4.40m, she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 6000 tones. #2. 54m Mischief.Photo by @yvangrubski54-metre superyacht Mischief was launched in 2006 by Italian shipyard Baglietto and was regularly refitted, with the latest in 2018. With newly painted French Navy hull and white boot stripes, her racy lines cuts a sleek form on the water. Her interiors are just as special - the dramatic use of white reflective surfaces accented with blues and blacks gives her a real sense of identity. Large photographs of stars of the screen, music and fashion add to the relaxed, fun feel. She is now asking €24 million.#3. 110m Jubilee.⠀Built by Oceanco for the late, former emir of Qatar, the yacht was put on the market shortly before its delivery at an asking price of €275 million. Designed by Russian designer, Igor Lobanov, the yacht's exterior features fake, intermediary decks that make the yacht appear larger than it is when looked at from afar.⠀Now owned by an American billionaire according to several industry sources, Jubilee can accommodate up to 32 guests in 16 cabins and carry a crew of 45. Key amenities onboard include a swimming pool with a built-in aquarium, a helipad and a large beach club.⠀Powered by twin MTU engines of 4,828hp each, Jubilee can reach a maximum speed of 18.5 knots and cruise at 14 knots for up to 5,000 nautical miles. She became one of a string of impactful projects for Oceanco including the largest sailing yacht in the world, the 106-meter Black Pearl and the 88-meter Barbara, currently up for sale.#4. 95m Kismet. Photo by @theyachtperspectiveIn october Kismet was spotted during filming of the new Michael Bay movie "Six Underground" in Taranto (Italy), which has already won the record of the biggest Netflix production. The streaming company has invested 150 million dollars for the realization of the action film, starring Ryan Reynolds, Melanie Laurent, Dave Franco, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Adria Arjona and Corey Hawkins. Kismet charters from € 1,200,000 per week.#5. 162.5m Eclipse in Hamburg, Germany.⠀Photo by @marcus_meyer_bremenBuilt by Blohm+Voss – now part of Lurssen Group – for Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich in 2010, as the largest yacht in the world, she yielded her title in 2013 to the 180-meter Azzam.⠀Refitted in 2015, Eclipse boasts a 56-meter private owner's deck, a 16-meter swimming pool that can transform into open deck and can carry up to three helicopters at a time.
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