back on market with Fraser
€ 850,000
Benetti | 25.34 m | 1974
February 12, 2021
Motor yacht 4US sold
€ 2,190,000
Baglietto | 33 m | 2002
€ 1.5M price reduction
€ 6,500,000
Cantieri Navali Nicolini | 66 m | 1987
back on market with Fraser
€ 1,200,000
Vicem | 20.78 m | 2009
€ 300K price reduction
February 11, 2021
Price cut on motor yacht More
€ 6,500,000
Benetti | 44.2 m | 2003
February 11, 2021
Motor yacht 4You sold
€ 27,500,000
Amels | 55 m | 2012
back on market with Burgess
$ 8,500,000
Benetti | 44.2 m | 2004
February 11, 2021
Motor yacht Kambos Blue sold
€ 2,250,000
Italcraft | 30.78 m | 2007
back on market with Fraser Yachts
$ 9,950,000
Palmer Johnson | 43.92 m | 2004
$ 4,600,000
AllSeas | 28.04 m | 2010
February 10, 2021
Motor yacht Berilda sold
$ 7,500,000
Feadship | 38.4 m | 1978
back on market
€ 3,900,000
Clelands Shipbuilding Co. | 39.65 m | 1967
$ 5M price reduction
$ 34,950,000
Abeking & Rasmussen | 58 m | 2007
February 9, 2021
Motor yacht Panthours sold
€ 2,250,000
Sanlorenzo | 26.75 m | 2006
€ 1M price reduction
€ 5,950,000
Mengi Yay | 31.95 m | 2017
€ 800K price reduction
€ 3,900,000
MCP Yachts | 30.48 m | 2010
back on market with Fraser
€ 5,300,000
Azimut | 28.62 m | 2017
back on market with Fraser
€ 7,800,000
Lynx Yachts | 33.5 m | 2013
February 4, 2021
Motor yacht Maraya sold
€ 1,850,000
Baglietto | 30.4 m | 2003
back on market with IYC
$ 9,000,000
Perini Navi | 48.16 m | 1993
€ 1M price reduction
€ 4,900,000
Ustaoglu | 32.1 m | 2011
February 3, 2021
Motor yacht Beauport sold
$ 1,795,000
Davie | 51.51 m | 1960
back on market
$ 4,950,000
Trinity Yachts | 35.97 m | 1998
February 2, 2021
Motor yacht Prediction sold
$ 8,900,000
Hakvoort | 43 m | 1991


Video of the Day: Dramatic Crew Rescue From Yacht Transport Cargo Ship in the North Sea
The Dutch cargo ship Eemslift Hendrika, which was carrying smaller boats on her deck, went adrift in the North Sea. The Norwegian Rescue Coordination Centre shared the video of the rescue operation. Twelve crew members were evacuated, but the ship has continued to drift towards land. It is currently some 74 km (40 miles) off the Norwegian coast.According to a Reuters, a Coastal Administration spokesperson confirmed that one of the smaller vessels strapped to the deck fell off in the storm.<iframe width=560 height=315 src= title=YouTube video player frameborder=0 allow=accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture allowfullscreen></iframe>Credits: Hovedredningssentralen Sør-Norge YouTube
Model Y Tesla Yacht – What We Know Now
Tesla is all about innovation. With the massive changes they’ve made to the automotive and space industries, they couldn’t miss out on ocean exploration. At the end of 2017, Tesla announced the yacht project, Model Y.She’s going to be the world’s first electric, self-sustaining yacht. As a luxury vessel she will feature a range of amenities and perform in complete silence. With a length of 40 meters, her exterior is sharp and interior spacious.The design will follow Tesla’s principles and the ‘outside-the-box’ strategy. She looks massive from the outside, but she will have only two decks. The lower deck will have an open space for massive parties. A spacious spa will also be added. A lounge, bar, dining room and cabins are also planned. In terms of performance, she will be fast: speed and comfort all the way. A large solar panel will charge two lithium batteries to power the vessel. The yacht's turbine will take all incoming waves and movements and transform them into energy, which is then circulated through an electrical current that powers the yacht. It’s just a matter of time before the famous Tesla logo will be seen in marinas and the open sea.
Hard Times for Nobiskrug: The Shipyard Files for Insolvency
According to German media, the Nobiskrug has filed for insolvency. The Covid-19 pandemic made its mark on the shipyard’s financial performance, for example, it announced layoffs for 120 employees last year. According to Nobiskrug, the parent company Privinvest – an international shipbuilding group – had invested almost 180 million euros in Rendsburg in recent years in order to secure ongoing business without receiving a return. Privinvest will support its other shipbuilding units in Germany and try to secure as many jobs as possible there. Nobiskrug did not provide any further information.Economics Minister Bernd Buchholz (FDP) emphasized that the situation in the shipyard landscape is very difficult overall. He hoped for opportunities during the bankruptcy proceedings. "There are still various possibilities that can create prospects for the workforce and for the company itself," said the minister.German shipyard Nobiskrug was founded in 1905. Recognised today as one of the world’s foremost builders of spectacular fully custom superyachts, the shipyard is famous for the 92m Tatoosh, the award-winning 68m Sycara V, the 74m Mogambo, the 143m industry-changing Sailing Yacht A, and the environmentally innovative 80m Artefact.Credits: Nobiskrug
Concept: Iddes Yachts’ Exploration Vessel Earth300 With 160 Scientists Onboard
The 300m scientific exploration vessel Earth300 has been presented by Iddes Yachts' founder Ivan Salas Jefferson and is equipped with 22 state-of-the-art laboratories and a “science sphere” on the aft deck. This giga yacht can accommodate more than 400 people, including 160 scientists, 20 experts-in-residence, 20 students, 40 VIP guests and 165 crewmembers.Of course, this futuristic yacht was designed for emissions-free sailing and will be powered by nuclear tech known as molten salt reactors (MSRs).The project is supported by an impressive number of partners, including IBM, RINA, Triton Submarines and EYOS Expeditions.Iván Salas Jefferson, the Iddes Yachts founder and naval architect, has worked for leading Dutch naval architecture studios such as De Voogt (Feadship) and the Oceanco bespoke superyacht builder. Iddes Yachts was founded in 2012 and offers experience project management services supported by the design and naval architecture studio.Credits: Iddes Yachts
The 85m explorer Victorious Has Been Launched in Turkey
The 85m explorer yacht Victorious has been launched at the AK Yachts facility in Turkey. This explorer, whose building process had been postponed for 14 years, can accommodate up to twenty guests in ten cabins and has a 200-square-meter beach club, gym, hammam and massage room. Powered by two Caterpillar (3512B) 1,495hp diesel engines, Victorious is capable of a top speed of 15 knots and cruises comfortably at 13 knots. Her interior was designed by the famous H2 Yacht Design (UK), andJonny Horsfield, the company’s founder noted “From starting a project to delivering some drawings and information to the shipyard could take 12 months on a normal build… we had to redesign the whole boat in three or four months.” AK Yachts was founded in 2017 in Turkey. Their main focus is building exceptional quality yachts with uncompromised value. Credits: H2 Yacht Design

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