back on market
€ 24,000,000
Mayra Yachts | 50 m | 2016
€ 4M price reduction
€ 11,000,000
Gulf Craft | 47 m | 2016
back on market with Merle Wood
$ 3,295,000
Hargrave | 29.57 m | 2006
back on market
$ 2,150,000
President | 26.52 m | 2007
back on market with 26 North yachts
$ 13,599,000
Trinity Yachts | 43.28 m | 2004
back on market with Gilman Yachts
$ 5,975,000
Johnson | 32.92 m | 2016
sold
February 11, 2020
Sailing yacht Infatuation sold
€ 1,950,000
Jongert | 41.6 m | 2004
sold
$ 6,990,000
Bender | 67 m | 1982
sold
February 7, 2020
Motor yacht Odyssey sold
$ 9,995,000
Royal Denship | 44.41 m | 2007
sold
€ 3,250,000
Camper & Nicholsons | 37 m | 1999
sold
$ 1,950,000
Hargrave | 29.26 m | 2004
sold
February 6, 2020
Sailing yacht Infinity sold
€ 2,490,000
CNB | 29 m | 2008
back on market with TWW Yachts
€ 20,500,000
Heesen | 46.71 m | 2012
sold
February 4, 2020
Motor yacht Sotavento sold
$ 9,900,000
Benetti | 49.95 m | 1999
now listed for sale by Edmiston
€ 10,500,000
Sanlorenzo | 37.95 m | 2016
back on market with Van Der Vliet
€ 2,900,000
Hakvoort | 31.35 m | 1985
new to market with SSH Maritime
€ 8,000,000
Pershing | 28.14 m | 2018
new to market
€ 7,900,000
Arcadia | 31.57 m | 2018
$ 1M price reduction
$ 19,900,000
Westport | 39.62 m | 2016
sold
€ 3,950,000
Ferretti | 24.98 m | 2017
sold
January 31, 2020
Motor yacht Ocean Drive sold
$ 1,895,000
Broward | 37.8 m | 1988
€ 3.5M price reduction
€ 19,900,000
Cosmo Explorer | 50 m | 2013
sold
January 29, 2020
Motor yacht Lucy II sold
€ 2,950,000
Palmer Johnson | 36.5 m | 2005
sold
January 29, 2020
Motor yacht Resilience sold
€ 12,900,000
Ortona Navi | 49.9 m | 2008

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Built by Sanlorenzo and delivered in 2019, 64.25m luxury yacht Attila he 64Steel offers features usually found on larger superyachts – such as the 275 m2 private Owner’s Deck – which combine with innovative layout solutions and elegant exterior lines to create a truly remarkable superyacht.In 2019, 64Steel Attila was awarded the ‘Best Interior Design’ Trophy for yachts over 30m at the Cannes Yachting Festival World Yacht Trophies Gala Dinner.She can accommodate up to 12 people with 18 crew members. With a gross tonnage of 1600 GRT and at a striking 64 metres in length, 64Steel Attila is the result of close collaboration between the studio Officina Italiana Design and the styling division of Sanlorenzo. Her internal décor is the work of Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini.The Main Deck at the stern and the Beach Club on the Lower Deck surely represent the most distinctive areas of the project. A strong hallmark of design and layout is the double stairway that connects the pool and dining area to the Beach Club equipped with a sauna, hammam, massage room, and gym, right at the waterline. With the bow mirror and the side platforms open, the Beach Club covers an area of 78 square meters.“The most important aspect that has characterized yatcht’s concept has been the will to obtain continuity between the beach club and an area we could call an “al fresco” veranda, that is the rear part of the Main Deck where the pool is also located, passing along an impressive stairway. The idea behind the layout in fact enables us to integrate the main aft deck and the beach club as much as possible. This characteristic thus enables us to enjoy both areas, around which the social life on board is focused, simultaneously, without separating the guests.” Antonio Santella, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Sanlorenzo Superyacht Division.A real challenge for the production team was the creation of an enormous barbecue in the dining area of the main deck, a request which was particularly connected to the nationality of the owner, an Argentine entrepreneur who was already a Sanlorenzo client with the 46Steel Achille delivered in 2012 and was closely involved with the planning and construction of the new yacht from the beginning. The arrangement of an open fire in an enclosed space in fact required the use of A60 fireproof stainless steel and the installation of an advanced smoke removal system.The crew, located in the Lower Deck, has private and independent routes with two service stairs and an elevator for the rapid transfer of cold and dry goods into the storage rooms. Below the Lower Deck, lies the Tank Deck with a refrigeration chamber, a refrigerated waste room, a multimedia room for the crew, a large laundry, and a climate-controlled “wine cellar” with a capacity of up to 500 bottles.The four guest rooms and the full beam VIP suite are located on the Main Deck. The 64Steel Attila interiors were furnished and decorated by Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini. “We worked full speed with the owner and the shipyard – recalls Francesco Paszkowski – defining a modern space in South American style with natural elements such as teak, near which the owner wanted to add and mix many other materials he loves, and which are part of his personal experience. Attila is the yacht of a man who lives life to the fullest. And lives his yacht.”Regarding the furnishings, many pieces were custom designed, while others were created by some Italian and international leading design companies such as Summit, De Sede, Flexform and Catellani & SmithHer top speed is 18kn and her power comes from two 2375hp Caterpillar 3516-C diesel engines.
Mazu Yachts launches 24m Mazu 82 flagship superyacht
Turkish yacht builder Mazu Yachts has launched and delivered its 24.5 metre Mazu 82 flagship superyacht.Mazu Yachts 82 is one of the largest Open Motor Yachts in the market featuring endless outdoor areas as well as the interior comfort. Last October the yacht was "rapidly" approaching her completion. Now the yacht has been delivered to its Turkish owner.The Mazu 82 is built from carbon composite. Her power comes from three Volvo Penta IPS 1350 1000hp engines with a cruising speed of 35 knots and a maximum speed of 40 knots. Other features include a beam of 5.9 metres and a draft of 1.6 metres.The Mazu 82 will have her official debut at the 2020 Cannes Yachting Festival.
Van der Valk showcases 28m Explorer yacht
Van der Valk has just finished the latest stage of the build of 28-metre Explorer. The yacht will be ready for delivery this summer. Designed by Guido de Groot, the Van der Valk’s Explorer is one of the new generations of motor yachts in the Dutch yard’s portfolio. The yard has gone to great lengths to ensure the best possible sailing and seakeeping qualities for this design, including a distinctive round-bilged hull. Van der Valk Explorer yachts are designed and built to withstand the toughest environments and boast an extensive fuel capacity that enables them to easily make long ocean passages.The yacht has twin MAN V12 1650 hp engines that can get top speed of 20 knots with VEEM VG145 zero-speed gyroscopic stabiliser system and two 32 kW Northern Lights generators.
New dates for Dubai International Boat Show
Dubai International Boat Show have been postponed until November due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. The event will be held in Dubai Harbour (formerly Dubai International Marine Club) on November 24 - 28 November. By words of organisers they “continue to focus on prioritising the delivery of a strong international participation in these extraordinary times.” They have been working closely to assure that clients’ needs are most effectively addressed for the delivery of strong international participation considered. The event will be held coinciding with the Expo Dubai 2020.
58m Tempo by DLBA: superyacht optimized with artificial intelligence in every system
DLBA Naval Architects created a new artificial intelligence concept, that makes it possible for some systems to be operated without any human interference.A new artificial intelligence concept which DLBA Naval Architects has been working on for some months not only means smarter operation onboard yachts, it means some systems can be operated with the human element removed when need be.DLBA has selected a 58m superyacht concept to develop internally as an autonomous yacht. The result, TEMPO, will be a study in all vessel systems where artificial intelligence can be used to enhance an owner’s experience onboard.There are three main areas where autonomous technology can be used in the maritime world - navigational autonomy, equipment health monitoring, and mechanical and electrical systems automation. All reduce the need for human input while increasing efficiency.Navigation autonomy relieves the workload on the vessel operator, and unmanned vessels have been operating in the commercial and military space for years. Hull, mechanical and electrical automation is like having an onboard engineering team at your fingertips. By ensuring elements at the sub-system level are AI-ready, the vessel can be kept operating at peak performance, efficiently. The number and complexity of auxiliary systems and equipment onboard yachts is increasing year-on-year, and with that comes the increasing demand on crews’ time to interpret feedback from the systems - equipment health monitoring lessens this demand on crew time.

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