November 6, 2018
Motor yacht Happy T sold
€ 7,900,000
Heesen | 40 m | 2001
€ 17,500,000
Heesen | 47 m | 2008
on market with Ocean Independence
€ 2,900,000
Riva | 26.4 m | 2010
on market with Northrop & Johnson
€ 14,800,000
Cantiere delle Marche | 35.97 m | 2019
now for sale with Denison Yachting
$ 1,895,000
Broward | 31.39 m | 1999
on market with IYC
€ 1,250,000
Azimut | 29.87 m | 1992
for sale with Ocean Independence
November 1, 2018
Motor yacht Fast HT for sale
€ 22,500,000
Baglietto | 43.65 m | 2020
$ 500,000 price reduction
$ 17,750,000
Trinity Yachts | 48 m | 2005
back on market with Northrop & Johnson
$ 18,500,000
Overmarine | 49.9 m | 2011
$ 500,000 price reduction
$ 3,995,000
Heesen | 44 m | 1988
$ 500,000 price reduction
$ 5,995,000
Burger | 36.58 m | 2000
$ 1,510,000 price reduction
$ 17,990,000
Feadship | 42.56 m | 2003
back on market with Camper & Nicholsons International
October 30, 2018
Motor yacht Shane for sale
€ 3,350,000
Overmarine | 39.5 m | 2004
$ 1,000,000 price reduction
$ 15,900,000
Sunrise Yachts | 44.95 m | 2014
on market with IYC and Burgess
€ 120,000,000
Icon Yachts | 84 m | 2020
$ 1,000,000 price reduction
$ 13,900,000
Christensen | 47 m | 2001
back on market with Burgess
October 26, 2018
Motor yacht Tatyana for sale
€ 3,950,000
Lurssen | 40.9 m | 1995
on market with Northrop & Johnson
$ 6,895,000
Azimut | 32 m | 2009
on market with Sunseeker Portugal
October 26, 2018
Motor yacht Zulu for sale
£ 6,200,000
Sunseeker | 35.05 m | 2013
€ 500,000 price reduction
€ 2,900,000
Feadship | 47 m | 1983
$ 1,500,000 price reduction
$ 14,950,000
Feadship | 46.63 m | 2001
€ 310,000 price reduction
€ 2,590,000
Leopard | 32 m | 2006
now for sale with Berthon International
$ 1,767,000
Alloy Yachts | 31.09 m | 1990
$ 1,000,000 price reduction
$ 15,900,000
Holland Jachtbouw | 42.28 m | 2010


90m superyacht Voyager: the largest commercial ship converted in the USA
US yacht market player Voyager Maritime Alliance Group (VMAG), has announced the successful completion of the largest superyacht conversion on the territory of the USA. VMAG project managed a complex refit of a 90-metre commercial ship initially launched in 1997, to become a fully integrated ocean-going superyacht named Voyager.The transformation work on the vessel began at Leevac Shipyards in Louisiana in 2015. Back then, Voyager was bought by Hornbeck Offshore, a company that provides logistics support and specialty services to the offshore oil and gas exploration and production, mainly in the USA. Then, a three-year conversion into an explorer yacht was ordered.First works done on Voyager included the lengthening of the platform, redesigning the bow area, and adding several superstructure decks for a completely new look. Then, Voyager was towed to Fort Lauderdale’s Dania Cut. During completion works, the superyacht was impowered with the new generators and took a complete interior rejuvenation. Overall, the vessel now boasts six decks with a helipad, spa room, dive centre, and extensive storage for tenders and water toys. Due to the complexity of the project, the delivery was postponed several times from December 2016. VMAG fitted the vessel with over 3,000 monitored points, a customised console with touch screen technology, multiple screens at the bridge enhancing view angles and displaying readability, integrated video switching that shows strategic areas of the vessel using laser detection sensors. David Leone, President of VMAG commented: With our team of technical engineers, I knew we could accomplish this particularly complex project. Impeccable Project Management was a key element to control the early stages that encompassed customised carpentry, welding, fabrication, vessel infrastructure cabling and detailed CAD design utilising naval architecture design and services. Very little was left untouched throughout the vessel, so it was crucial to manage each section of the refit, in the right order, to avoid any delays and additional costs.
Superfast 103-knot tender 38 Grand Sport presented by Technohull
Greek builder Technohull has introduced its fasted ever boat 38 Grand Sport, with several units currently at the moulding stage, due for delivery at the end of summer. During pre-production testing, the 11.6-metre model hit an impressive speed of 103 knots.Thanks to her Dynastream hull design, the vessel promises to guarantee stability and comfort for her guests even under the maximum speed. Pre-production models tested last year achieved a top speed of 103 knots over the ground, equivalent to 118mph.Combined with its relatively narrow 3.1-metre beam, and a super-sharp semi wave-piercing bow, the intended speed specifications seem remarkable. The boat packs two Mercury Verado 300/350/400/450hp outboards as options on its notched transom, or three 450hp motors in the super sport version.38 Grand Sport features sporty appearance thanks to new deck layout with a sun pad at the bow and twin loungers aft, plus a streamlined, low profile helm console. The yard’s proprietary shock-mitigating bucket seats offer comfort at speed, or there are Shockwave or Ullman seats available on spec.The vessel was equipped with other comforting hallmarks. Besides the high-quality solid teak decking, there is also an electric toilet, external shower and the option of a snug cabin in the bow. There is all-round LED courtesy lighting, too, and a bathing ladder which deploys and adjusts at the touch of a button.The model’s patented Dynastream hull took five years to develop with a dedicated in-house team of naval architects. This hyper-ventilated hull shape is 10-15 per cent more efficient than previous Technohull designs, offering lower fuel consumption for higher speeds.Technohull is a Greek company known for their fast and high-end RIBs.
The company has been set up in Athens, where RIB owners were looking for a better option for their concept of performance related luxury. Today, the yard offers a complete product mix, with more than 30% annual growth and 60% of turnover coming from exports.
46m JinLong superyacht launched for Jackie Chan in China
Dutch yacht design and naval architecture company Jinlong has shared news on the launch of a 46.48-metre flagship superyacht of Chinese builder Jinlong. The vessel was designed for her owner, the martial arts movie star and producer Jackie Chan, who was also present at the ceremony.The order on the new 46.5-metre vessel was signed in October 2017, with production taking place at Jinglong’s Huludao Yacht Industry Park facility. Mulder design was responsible for both exteriors and interiors of the yacht, as well as her naval architecture.The full-aluminium vessel was built to RINA classification standards. Propelled by twin MTU 16V 2000 engines, the yacht will demonstrate a top speed of 21 knots and is designed to cruise at 19 knots. At a 12-knot speed though, she will be able to cover an impressive range of 3,000 nautical miles.Jackie Chan is considered one of the highest-payed actors in the world. Thus, in 2015 Forbes listed him second in the Highest Paid Actors ranking with $50 million earnings in 2014, seconding only to Robert Downey Jr. In 2019, Jackie Chan has earned $58 million, according to Forbes. Except for appearances in movies, he earns extra from a vast array of endorsements, producer credits and even his own line of movie theatres, states Forbes.In 2017, Jackie Chan took delivery of a 38.1-metre yacht by Chinese builder Ruiying.
$12 million futuristic superyacht Adastra now on sale
The 43-metre yacht Adastra, one of the world's most amazing superyachts thanks to her futuristic design, has been listed for sale. According to media sources, such as CNN Travel, the world’s first luxury power trimaran of its size is owned by Hong-Kong-based billionaire and shipping tycoon Anto Marden.This futuristic projectile was built by Australian McConaghyyard in Hong-Kong in 2012—at a reported cost exceeding $20 million, to cruise Indonesia and Southeast Asia. In the seven years since the launch, she has crossed the Atlantic several times, taking Marden and his wife around the globe. Her reported estimated price now might amount to $ 12,000,000, states Robb Report.Designed by British studio Shuttleworth Design, Adastra was created with environmental impact in mind. Her aerodynamic wings help her float on the water, thus her drag is significantly reduced through only 20% of the vessel submerged in water. In light of this, the lightweight glass and carbon boat consumes only about 14% of the fuel used by more traditional yachts with the same specs. Before fuel and water, Adastra tips the scales at just 52 tonnes.According to comments shared by Marden with Robb Report, the yacht has a range of 10,000 nautical miles, as cruising at 10 knots, she burns only 4.5 gallons per hour. Meanwhile, Adastra has a top speed of 23 knots. The owner reported to recently sail from St. Maarten to Vigo in Spain, having enough fuel left to head back to the Caribbean.Hong Kong–based interior designers Jepsen Design developed the interiors for nine guests and six crew, offering five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an open-air bar. One of her most innovative features is an option for remote control by an iPad from up to 164 feet away. Collecting several design awards, the yacht as also awarded Most Innovative Design at the World Superyacht Awards in 2013.According to Robb Report, the reason the owners have put the vessel on sale is that she is not getting enough use, as they cruised to all the places they wanted to cruise.Generally, the innovative vessel has been attracting the attention of press and yachting enthusiasts ever since her launch, spotted here and there, for instance in Gibraltar or in Fijian waters.
US women football team celebrates the World Cup victory on a 66m superyacht
This week, the U.S. women's football team celebrated their FIFA World Cup 2019 trophy aboard the 66-metre Delta Marine superyacht Invictus owned by U.S. billionaire and real estate magnate Rick Caruso, reports Forbes.The women won the cup on Sunday, July 7, defeating the Netherlands 2-0. Two days later, members of the team including Crystal Dunn, Ali Krieger and co-captain Alex Morgan posted Instagram stories from the yacht showcasing their cruise past the Statue of Liberty.According to Forbes, the visit was confirmed by Caruso’s representative, explaining that the owner of Invictus is a football fan, inviting the team onboard to demonstrate his support for equal pay to the male counterparts, which was the team’s long-time issue.Rick Caruso’s net worth estimated at $4 billion by Forbes, comes from a net of open-air shopping centres he developed around Los Angeles. His best-known property Grove, receives nearly 20 million visitors a year, overdoing the Great Wall of China or Disneyland.Delivered by Delta Marine in 2013, the yacht of a steel hull and aluminium superstructure features a 13.1-metre beam and a 4-metre draft. Within exteriors by Delta Design Group and interiors by Diane Johnson Design, Invictus can accommodate 12 guests across 6 cabins.Powered by engines of 2,575 hp, Invents boasts a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.Invictus is available for charter starting from € 428,400 per week , through Burgess.

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