$ 605K price reduction
$ 8,995,000
Burger | 35.38 m | 2005
back on market
€ 2,850,000
Azimut | 31.41 m | 2008
€ 400K price reduction
€ 7,500,000
CRN | 47.9 m | 1988
back on market with HMY
$ 3,400,000
Pershing | 24.97 m | 2013
back on market with Denison
$ 12,450,000
Numarine | 32.5 m | 2020
sold
January 12, 2022
Motor yacht More sold
€ 6,500,000
Benetti | 44.2 m | 2003
€ 450K price reduction
€ 6,800,000
Sunseeker | 37 m | 2010
back on market with Burgess
€ 6,950,000
Perini Navi | 37 m | 1996
back on market with Edmiston
€ 9,750,000
Feadship | 55.7 m | 1983
back on market
$ 21,500,000
Sunseeker | 47.25 m | 2016
$ 505K price reduction
$ 3,995,000
Lazzara | 32.22 m | 2004
back on market with G-Yachts
price on request
Alloy Yachts | 54.27 m | 2004
sold
December 21, 2021
Motor yacht Saudades sold
€ 1,495,000
CNL | 36 m | 1981
back on market
€ 3,250,000
CRN | 30.95 m | 2003
sold
December 20, 2021
Motor yacht Invision sold
$ 5,250,000
Westship | 40.24 m | 2000
sold
December 16, 2021
Motor yacht Lady M sold
€ 18,900,000
Sunseeker | 40.05 m | 2018
sold
€ 27,000,000
Benetti | 55 m | 2013
back on market with Worth Avenue
$ 5,495,000
Trinity Yachts | 38 m | 2001
sold
December 15, 2021
Motor yacht Hanikon sold
€ 22,900,000
Feadship | 49.99 m | 2004
sold
December 15, 2021
Motor yacht Clicia sold
€ 9,900,000
Baglietto | 42 m | 2009
€ 250K price reduction
€ 7,250,000
Sunseeker | 37 m | 2010
sold
December 15, 2021
Motor yacht Eight sold
€ 13,000,000
CRN | 46 m | 2005
back on market with Bluewater
€ 11,000,000
Palmer Johnson | 41.45 m | 2012
sold
December 13, 2021
Motor yacht Lady JJ sold
$ 8,250,000
Westport | 34.14 m | 2012

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27m Hooligan Caught Fire and Sunk Near Tallinn
A Finnish-flagged 27m motor yacht Hooligan caught fire and sank on July 30 not far from Estonian capital, Tallinn. According to the local press, Postimees and Delfi, the ship with ten passengers on board caught fire near Naissaari just before 4 p.m. and sank around 18:20. All passengers were evacuated to a lifeboat and then to another ship. No harm done.The cause of the fire is currently unknown. At the moment, efforts are being made at the site of the sinking to prevent the spread of marine fuel into the sea.Hooligan (previously known as J & Li and Jaba) was launched by Italian shipyard Canados in 2008. The 27.45m yacht features exterior and interior design by Luiz de Basto Designs. Her naval architecture was made by Canados. She could accommodate up to eight guests and a crew of three. Hooligan was powered by 2 MTU engines, with a top speed of 45 knots and cruise speed of 38 knots. Credits: @salvage_and_wreck/Instagram
19.37m CAT63 Launched by Soyaslan
Boutique boat builder Soyaslan has just launched what is believed to be the world’s longest cold-molded catamaran. The 19.37m was designed and built by the specialist Turkish builder, with styling from Tumer Design Studio.Regardless of the material, the catamaran has ultra-modern lines. The shearline swoops from low stern up towards the heavily flared bows of the boat, which are themselves raked aft. The white coachroof seems to hover above a pool of black glazing, with a streamlined hard-top shading the flybridge.That such a complex design should have been built using the cold molding construction process. Cold molding is the method of building up a shape by forming sheets or planks of wood over a plug or frame. The individual wooden elements are glued together with high-performance epoxy and later sheathed in epoxy for protection and longevity.“In the final look, users cannot tell the difference between a cold-molded yacht and a GRP or metal one,” says Can Soyaslan, the founder. “In practice, the durability and longevity of the hull is without comparison. Wooden yachts can last well over a hundred years, while the vibration, sound and heat insulation are much better.”Weight for weight, there is little difference between cold-molding and GRP. But of course, wood is a sustainable material and there is also the sense of true craftsmanship that only comes from using wood. “It is not easy to explain, but you can notice/feel the difference of a wooden hull when you get onboard. It feels warmer and more honest,” says Soyaslan.She can accommodate eight guests across two large double cabins and two twins, and a further three berths for crew. Tumer Design has created an interior that feels modern and minimal, with a neutral palette of darker colors blended with colorful blue and orange patterned fabrics. The large electrically-controlled bathing platform aft carries the 3.5m tender.The CAT63 is powered by twin Yanmar 110hp engines, hooked up to big ZF saildrives, for an 8.5-knot cruising speed and over 10 knots full throttle. There are a huge 60kWh of lithium batteries aboard and no fewer than eight 430W solar panels.“Our whole team is very proud of this sleek, powerful catamaran,” says Soyaslan. “The yacht will bring her owner safely and comfortably across oceans and provide an excellent cruising platform.” Soyaslan was founded in 1992 by Turhan Soyaslan. The yacht builder has completed over 100 successful projects. Soyaslan’s shipyard in Tuzla, Turkey has the capacity to build three vessels at the same time, each with a length up to 40m. The yard covers 1,400 sq. m, including 650sqm of covered build space. Soyaslan possesses the skills to build in wood, steel, aluminum and GRP.Credits: Soyaslan
The Italian Sea Group Relaunches the Picchiotti Brand With a ‘Gentleman’ Yacht Line
The Italian Sea Group, just six months after the acquisition of the iconic brands Perini Navi and Picchiotti, reveals the new fleet bringing back in the spotlight the Picchiotti brand. The project, born from the collaboration with Luca Dini and his company “Design & Architecture”, with the consultancy of Kurt Lehman and his “Yachts Moments”.Gentleman 33The fleet, named “Gentleman”, introduces TISG into the segment of serial production for yachts and superyachts, keeping its ultra-high-level positioning. The project was born from the ambition to create a product inspired by the silhouette of the American yachts of the 60’s.GiglioLuca Dini's stylistic research met the vision of Giovanni Costantino, Founder and CEO of The Italian Sea Group, holding company of the Picchiotti brand: "This new line, clearly inspired by the golden age of post-war yachting, both in terms of layout and materials, immediately conquered me because it recalls the historical models such as the Giglio Series or the Mistral Series by Picchiotti, enhancing their design values and the culture of the sea. I am very proud to give a new voice to a brand that represents the heritage of the entire nautical industry – one of the oldest shipyards in the world".T. Bertuccelli, G. Costantino, L. Dini, K. Lehman and G. TarantoThe hull and the superstructure of the Picchiotti fleet will be produced entirely in aluminum, with extremely elegant lines and finishes: from the glossy mahogany details on the flanks to the polished plating of the bow and on the sides of the stern. Confirming its green approach, TISG has worked on the hull’s lines efficiency to optimize the sailing comfort, autonomy and consumption, with hybrid propulsion or fully electric engines.MistralOn the main deck, a side corridor allows you to move from stern to bow, a convenient solution that, together with the sophisticated mahogany finishes, helps recreate the atmosphere of the most renowned yachts of the time. The beach club, among the largest on yachts of similar size, opens directly on the sun deck via a large sliding glass door. The Gentleman's Yacht Picchiotti is also equipped with a tender that represents its exact miniature and is characterized by the same lines and finishes.Gentleman 33"We have chosen to develop an entire fleet, ranging from 24 to 55m in length to satisfy a wide segment of the market. It is a project in strong countertrend dedicated to those owners who want to stand out, but are also well acquainted with tradition and the concept of gentleman yachts,” declares Luca Dini.The keel of the first Gentleman Picchiotti, which will be already delivered in the summer of 2024, was laid on July 15th. Another 15 units are already in the pipeline.The Italian Sea Group is a global operator in the luxury yachting industry, listed on Euronext Milan (“EXM”) and active in the construction and refit of motor yachts and sailing yachts up to 140 meters. The Company, led by Italian entrepreneur Giovanni Costantino, operates on the market with the brands Admiral, renown for elegant and prestigious yachts, Tecnomar, Perini Navi, and Picchiotti; the Company has a business unit, NCA Refit, that manages the maintenance and refit services for yachts and mega yachts with a length over 60 meters. Credits: The Italian Sea Group
Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 Arrives in Costa Smeralda
The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 yacht, the very first of the series to feature an Ater Gray painting of her signature super-sporty silhouette, arrives in Costa Smeralda. The yacht sailed from the Headquarters in Marina di Carrara to Costa Smeralda in 3.5 hours with a cruise speed of 45 knots, powered by her two MAN V12- 2000 HP engines. The chosen dock is Poltu Quatu, a natural bay located right in front of the Maddalena Archipelago, a great setting only a few miles away from the Group’s Flagship store in Vicolo Cascella in Porto Cervo and from the iconic square “Piazzetta” where a scale model is displayed, to offer all passers-by the possibility to admire its countless details.The presence of the exclusive yacht will allow Tecnomar clients to get onboard and have a real touch and feel experience of the yacht, which has been designated as Best of the Best 2022 in the luxury industry within the “Motor Yacht Weekend Cruiser” category by Robb Report, after receiving the award in the “Motor Yacht under 25 meters category” at the 2022 International Yacht and Aviation Awards, which took place this May in Venice.“We are delivering one yacht per month today, those who wish to buy a unit of this limited edition have to wait until the end of 2024 since the production capacity is fully booked up to that time,” says Giovanni Costantino, founder and CEO of The Italian Sea Group.The Italian Sea Group’s Tecnomar brand produces and commercializes yachts in steel and aluminum up to 50 meters. Founded in 1987 and acquired by the Italian Sea Group in 2009, Tecnomar has launched 289 yachts through the years, also thanks to the Tecnomar Evo line, which has earned great success in the Asian market.Credits: Tecnomar
Spaceline Catamaran Series Revealed by Luxury Projects and UltimateCatamarans
Italian Luxury Projects unveiled a new series of catamarans called Spaceline. The line, which consists of three models – a 26.8m Spaceline 88, a 36.5m Spaceline 120 and a 45.7m Spaceline 150 – was developed in collaboration with UltimateCatamarans. Spaceline 150The 88 is ideal for day trips, but her 2,500 nautical mile range allows her to explore. She can accommodate eight guests across four cabins, and a crew of five to assist them. Spaceline 88The Spaceline 120 has a translating range with 3,500 nautical miles and can welcome 12 guests in five cabins in a standard layout version. Her features also include a spa, gym and large sundeck.Spaceline 150The biggest of the range, the 150 Spaceline has basically go-anywhere quality. The catamaran can accommodate 12 guests in five cabins, including a spacious 80 sq. m owner suite. She features a helicopter landing pad on the aft and plenty of space for out-door. The line will be constructed primarily from aluminum and powered by environmentally friendly powertrains. The possibility to be "hydrogen-ready" also included. Credits: Luxury Projects

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