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9 yachts to see at the Cannes Yachting Festival
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Dutch Yachting has shared the photos of the final preparations of Feadship's newest 92m superyacht known as Project Touchdown. The vessel was initially built at Scheepswerft Slob and then was relocated to the Dutch shipyard's finishing facilities in June 2015. Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design is responsible for both the exterior and interior of the superyacht, whilst the naval architecture comes from De Voogt. The superyacht's key features include a helipad on the bow, a beauty salon, a large pool on the aft main deck, a gym, massage and therapy room, jacuzzi and large outdoor deck spaces. Moreover, Project Touchdown will host a garage for 2 tenders.As for the accommodation, 14 guests can be carried on board in 7 suites, including 6 VIP-suites forward on the main deck and an owner's suite on the upper deck. Project Touchdown is expected for delivery in December 2016.Feadship has recently launched the 70m superyacht Joy and announced its intention to open a new construction and refit facility in Amsterdam, which will be the second yard to be run by Royal Van Lent. Photos by Hanco Bol
1. Pelorus sold to Chinese billionairePelorus, the 115-meter superyacht built in 2003 by Lurssen, has reportedly been sold to Chinese billionaire, Samuel Tak Lee according to several sources in the industry. Built for the Saudi owner of 72m Coral Island, Pelorus was the 11th largest yacht in the world at the time of her launch and became Lurssen's newest flagship. A few months after delivery, the owner decided however to sell his masterpiece and it was Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovich who came in with the highest bid to acquire the superyacht.2. Chinese media claims to know the owner of 91.5m EquanimitySouth China Morning Post linked Malaysian financier Jho Low to 91.5m yacht Equanimity, which has recently entered Hong Kong with an unclear purpose of stay. The yachting press often cited Jho Low as the owner of the vessel, but his lawyers have denied this. You may know Low from his alleged involvement in the 1MDB scandal. Some sources claim that he sold some artwork earlier this year, giving rise to speculation the yacht may be sold to raise funds for Low and his associates before it can be seized by the US authorities.3. 110m superyacht concept revealed by The A groupMonaco-based design studio The A group revealed the first renderings of 110m superyacht concept. The exterior design of Acuore is a harmonious combination of pure curves and taut lines resulting in a clean and sleek profile. The design signature of The A group, the “glass shark fin”, located on the top deck provides this area with exceptional brightness and adds an original touch to the overall profile.4. Ester III listed for saleEster III, the 66-meter superyacht presented by Lurssen at last year's Monaco Yacht Show, is now listed for sale asking €79,500,000 through Fraser Yachts. Originally known as Project Green, Ester III was delivered to Russian banker, Georgy Bedzhamov in 2014 and became his newest flagship, according to Forbes. His previous yacht, the 51-meter Codecasa, Ester II was listed for sale shortly after asking €14,000,000. 5. Barracuda Yacht Design introduces "pocket" explorer yachtMadrid-based Barracuda Yacht Design has presented 50m “pocket size” concept for an explorer yacht, which offers the ‘go-anywhere’ capability and sense of luxury available from a larger size vessel. With just 2.30m draft (compared to say 4.00m draft for an equivalent 80m), it’s not hard to imagine this full-of character yacht accessing the kind of secluded anchorage, or hard-to-reach viewing spot, that longer length, deeper-draft yachts would simply not be able to reach. 6. M/Y A pictured in Rotterdam, the NetherlandsMotor yacht A, which is reportedly for sale at $300 million, has been spotted yesterday morning in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. M/Y A was built by Blohm+Voss in 2008. Designed by Philippe Starck, the vessel remains the most talked-about yacht on the seas. A is capable of accommodating 14 guests in 7 luxurious cabins, as well as a crew of 42. 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.7. Timur Bozca unveils power yacht concept IsurusTimur Bozca, who has won Boat International Media and Oceanco’s Young Designer of the Year in 2015, presented yacht concept Isurus, which is the ultimate blend of refined performance and minimalist luxury. The Isurus is a 24m power yacht which is a striking beauty with intelligent elements. The dynamic abilities of the concept are made explicit through the muscular elegance of its bodywork. The lines are inspired by Shortfin Mako shark. The philosophy of Isurus’s design is everything for a reason, even unique asymmetrical front part. Every line, surface and detail of the design enhance the yacht’s performance and comfort.8. Benetti delivers 54m superyacht KariannaKarianna, 54m Benetti superyacht, has been recently delivered. Previously known as Lady Michelle, the vessel was relaunched for a new owner. Karianna features exterior by the shipyard's in-house design team and interior by Francois Zuretti. She is able to accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins including a master suite, three double cabins, a convertible guest room and one twin room, as well as a crew of 11. The superyacht's key features include a spa pool and sun deck relaxation area.9. Astondoa launches the 4th hull in the 80 GLX seriesSpanish shipyard Astondoa Yachts has launched hull #4 in its Astondoa 80 GLX line. The new 24.92m yacht has been recently transported to Miami, where she will be handed over to the owner. 10. First Benetti Mediterraneo 116 superyacht hits the waterBenetti has launched hull number one of the new Mediterraneo 116 line for a US owner. Named Oli, the model was first presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2015. Measuring 33.5m, the yacht was designed by Giorgio Maria Cassetta. Special feature of Oli is her design of the superstructure that provides a sensation of luminosity and the flow of the sections is fluid with no interruptions in the lines of the pure design. Decks are lengthened towards the stern, moving the visual center of gravity amidships giving the her lines a balanced, dynamic and compact aspect.
The Cannes Yachting Festival (September 6-11) is one of the main events in the superyacht industry attracting over 50 000 visitors to see almost 600 boats on display. Here are a few that are worth the visit.FastBaglietto has launched the first 46 meter yacht part of its new FAST line at the beginning of May. The yacht was styled by Francesco Paszkowski Design in an effort to maintain the brand's tradition and to continue to move the company forward. A master cabin complete with an office and dressing room is located forward of the main deck. 4 additional guest cabins are located on the lower deck. On the upper deck is located a salon and a large outdoor area. From a technical standpoint, the yacht is powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 engines capable of propelling the aluminum-built yacht to a maximum speed of 28 knots. Classified with Lloyd's Register of Shipping and MCA compliant, the yacht will makes its debut at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival.Majesty 155Gulf Craft is preparing for a regal display at the Cannes Yachting Festival with the European debut of its largest and most luxurious superyacht – Majesty 155. She is Gulf Craft’s first displacement superyacht, boasting 47 meters of unsurpassed luxury, from an ornately designed fountain on the sundeck, surrounded by a spacious seating area where passengers can enjoy breathtaking views of the water, to a beautiful waterfall that cascades from the rear sundeck into the Jacuzzi situated on the upper deck. Those looking to spend time under the sun’s golden rays will find comfort in the superyacht’s dedicated beach club situated at the rear entrance, fully equipped with a pantry, a retractable television, and a spacious lounging area. The lower deck also features a spacious garage behind the beach club which can house a tender and two jet skis, all easily moved in and out by crane.Sarp 46Sarp Yachts, located in the Free Zone of Antalya in Turkey, has splashed their first project in March 2016. Sarp 46 is a tri deck vessel constructed with a steel displacement hull and composite superstructure. The yacht bears naval architecture by Tanju Kalaycıoglu and interior design by Adam Lay Studio. She has a customary layout, including a main-deck master and saloons on both the main and upper decks. Adam Lay Studio was asked to create a contemporary decor incorporating natural elements. Silks, carpets, leathers were used throughout the interior. Sarp 46 can accommodate 10 to 12 guests across 5 staterooms consisting of two double, two twin and a full beam master cabin.Chrimi IIIItalian yacht builder Benetti will present the 40m yacht Chrimi III, the seventh hull in its Classic Supreme series. The vessel features exterior design from Stefano Righini, with an interior by Pulina DNA. Five cabins onboard are able to sleep ten guests and the owner comfortably. There is a full-beam stateroom forward on the main deck dominated by large windows that stretch the full length of the cabin on either side. Amongst her highlights are two Jacuzzi and the folding transom that comes with umbrellas and sunloungers for relaxing in the shade after a swim in the sea. It also reveals the tender garage that has space for a Williams Diesel-jet tender and two jet ski’s.DahlakPerini Navi is pleased to announce the company’s inaugural presence at the Cannes Festival of Yachting. S/Y Dahlak, designed in collaboration with French Naval Architect Philippe Briand, is the most recent addition to the company’s fleet of 60 yachts and will be prominently on display in the Vieux Port of Cannes for the duration of the show. This 38m delivered in June sloop, with its aluminium hull and superstructures, showcases shipyard's latest innovations in singlehanded sail handling and stored power systems. Navetta 37Custom Line has recently launched its first Navetta 37. Unveiled in March 2015, the new 37.04 meter long maxi yacht is the outcome of a complex design process in which the Group's engineers, architects and designers were engaged for over a year. Built in the La Spezia shipyard, Navetta 37 features strikingly clean lines, well-balanced spaces, and meticulous attention to every detail, a combination that makes for an innovative yacht yet with a timeless elegance. Born from the collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee, in which Ferretti Group is proud to have Mr. Piero Ferrari, the Engineering Department and Studio Zuccon International Project, the new ship applies the qualities of seaworthiness, comfort, safety, and personalization - in Custom Line's DNA from birth - to a revolutionary product in terms of style, design and spaces, putting it in a place of its own at the top of the class.BabboCantiere delle Marche has launched the second hull in its Darwin Class 102 line at the beginning of May. 31.9m Babbo was built for a South American client. Hydro Tec was responsible for the naval architecture and exterior design, whilst her interiors were made in collaboration between Simon Hamui and PFA Design. Babbo features a 25sqm garage to host toys and tenders on board. The aft platform is able to accommodate a 5m tender, with another 6.3 metre tender stowed on the upper deck. Performance wise Babbo provides a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 11.5 knots. Powered by two 1340hp Cat engines, the yacht is capable of a 4,700nm range at 9.5 knots.Ferretti Yachts 850Ferretti Yachts, owned by Weichai Group, launched the very first Ferretti Yachts 850 in July in Italy. The new flybridge is 26 metres and is the epitome of how the largest yachts in the fleet have evolved, currently consisting of 10 models ranging from 45 to 96 feet. The Ferretti Yachts 850 is being built at the Cattolica shipyard and is the result of collaboration between the company's Product Strategy Committee, Studio Zuccon International Project - for the design of the exteriors and the layout of the interiors - and the Group’s Engineering Department, which handled the engineering and naval architecture and the interior design.Manhattan 52The innovative new 52 foot (15.84m) model by Sunseeker sets a new benchmark for the smaller flybridge format. Designed to maximize entertainment options, light and living space throughout, its hull incorporates unparalleled amounts of curved glass. Throughout the main deck there is a strong focus on creating easy to use sociable spaces. Its layout flows effortlessly from the spacious bow seating and sunbathing area – a unique feature for a boat in this class – to the cockpit space and upper aft galley. The open layout continues right through to the well-equipped bathing platform and transom, where an optional barbecue, full shower and range of other features can be found. The galley doubles up as a bar and opens up the whole main deck as an entertainment space, with hinged glass doors opening upwards and outwards to create a unique inside/outside environment for owners to enjoy hosting family and friends. The reconfigured helm seating area is another new feature which provides space for entertaining and socializing.
Madrid-based Barracuda Yacht Design has presented 50m “pocket size” concept for an explorer yacht, which offers the ‘go-anywhere’ capability and sense of luxury available from a larger size vessel.With just 2.30m draft (compared to say 4.00m draft for an equivalent 80m), it’s not hard to imagine this full-of character yacht accessing the kind of secluded anchorage, or hard-to-reach viewing spot, that longer length, deeper-draft yachts would simply not be able to reach. Including virtually all of today’s ‘must have’ attributes such as a private owner’s deck with certified helicopter landing pad, four comfortable guest bedrooms, a lower-deck beach club, large stern garage and generous living space for a happy crew. This is a true Explorer, with enough space to carry every kind of conceivable extra for truly life-changing experiences spent onboard. Compared to an equivalent 60m+ yacht, this design benefits from significant new-build and operational savings of between 30% and 40% less, making both sound financial and practical sense.
Benetti has launched hull number one of the new Mediterraneo 116 line for a US owner. Named Oli, the model was first presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2015. Measuring 33.5m, the yacht was designed by Giorgio Maria Cassetta. Special feature of Oli is her design of the superstructure that provides a sensation of luminosity and the flow of the sections is fluid with no interruptions in the lines of the pure design. Decks are lengthened towards the stern, moving the visual center of gravity amidships giving the her lines a balanced, dynamic and compact aspect. The six meter wide cockpit is quite spacious and allows a panoramic view of the sea right forward with intelligent use of ergonomic spaces. Farther forward we have the owner's apartments. The study has a very regular shape with enormous windows. The owner’s cabin is full beam wide. The width is emphasized by the frameless picture windows that start at 70cm from the deck, with full height glass on both sides. A fundamental element of the superyacht's upper deck is the spacious open area on the foredeck. Standard layout foresees a swimming pool, but this huge area is highly versatile. The sun-deck is an exceptional sight with 80 square meters 16 meter long completely open space, all available to walk upon. The roll-bar is an integral part of the furnishings and storage space is accessible to the guests.Performance wise the Mediterraneo 116’ is powered with twin Man 1,400 hp engines providing her a top speed of 15 knots.While hulls #2 and #3 are under construction, the Italian shipyard plans to display the yacht in September at the 2016 Cannes Yachting Festival.

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