AD5
Motor yacht
AD5
Agantur Yachting | 31.7 m | 2011

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Lürssen Has Launched the 115m Project Enzo
On 18th June 2021 Lürssen unveiled and launched project Enzo, a striking and bespoke 115m superyacht, built for a repeat client who previously owned an 86m Lürssen. Nuvolari Lenard was responsible for the exterior and interior design and Moran Yacht & Ship managed and supervised the project, all bringing with them their wide spectrum of experience and consolidated knowledge. The target for Enzo was to create a healthy and family-focused life on board, with numerous offerings for sports and activities including the extra-large gym on the skylounge deck and the spacious wellness area on the lower deck. She was also designed to travel to her destinations in the utmost comfort. “Enzo’s design language is all about connecting her six decks – both the naval and tech elements with the living space – into one whole,” says Dan Lenard. “Her three decks integrated into the high bow guarantee sea-keeping in true ocean conditions, while also allowing her an innovative full-beam owner suite duplex.”As with all Lürssens, the yacht is equipped with state-of-the art technology and engineering systems. A heat recovery system in the generators heats the water for the pool, leading to reduced electrical power and emissions, while Dynamic Positioning enables electronic anchoring in sensitive and remote areas, protecting the seabed and allowing for safe mooring regardless of water depth.Enzo will be delivered during the year. Lürssen is a German shipyard with headquarters in Bremen-Vegesack and shipbuilding facilities in Lemwerder, Berne and Bremen-Aumund. Founded in 1875, Lürssen is one of the world's leading builders of custom luxury superyachts and has launched many of the largest yachts in the global fleet, including Octopus, Rising Sun, and Azzam.Credits: Lürssen/Klaus Jordan
The 36m Project Wildcard Has Been Launched and Sold
Mulder Shipyard have launched the 36m motor yacht Project Wildcard. Following in the footsteps of previous Mulder ThirtySix sister ships Mana, Calypso and Delta One – successfully delivered in 2020, 2019 and 2017 respectively – hull number four has been sold to a first-time Mulder owner who has had previous experience with Dutch builds. The yacht has a sleek aluminium construction and a continuous window line which culminates in a contemporary plumb bow, with its modern exterior springing from the drawing boards of British studio Claydon Reeves and with naval architecture by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. As with all Mulder ThirtySix yachts, hull number four features the patented Van Oossanen Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) which ensures both comfortable cruising and fuel economy at all speeds, offering a 15 knot cruising speed and a maximum speed of 16.8 knots. Four spacious cabins provide comfort accommodation up to ten guests, with one guest cabin convertible to a gym if desired. The full beam master suite offers dedicated access to a private seating area in the bow, ideal for sitting back and taking in panoramic ocean views.She has an impressive saloon, dining room and bar area on the main deck feature floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise natural light on board. In addition, the sundeck/flybridge boasts ample seating areas, a seven-person spa pool, a bar, coffee-break area, outdoor diner and much more, allowing guests to make the most of their time on the water and escape the stresses of the everyday.The ThirtySix has a transverse garage house max. 6.5m tender, two jet skis, kayaks, diving gear, seabobs and more, with embarkation possible via the side-opening hatch and the generous open stern beach club platform. Mulder Shipyard was established in 1938 by Dirk Mulder. With a Mulder still at its helm, this traditional family business can attribute its excellent reputation to the classic Super Favorite Cruisers, the later Favorite Superieur and a wide range of custom and semi custom motoryachts. Welcoming our newest edition to the Mulder series, the Mulder ThirtySix, in the Summer of 2017, adding yet another Superyacht to the Mulder fleet. Credits: Mulder
The 183m Project Rev Has Been Delayed
REV Ocean was established in Fornebu, Norway, in 2017, with a critical mission to facilitate a new generation of ocean solutions and raise awareness of global impacts on the marine environment. The main platform to achieve this important mission is developing the world’s most advanced research and expedition vessel – REV Ocean. An extensive team of world-leading experts have been hired, and a broad network of science, research and innovation partners have submitted proposals to achieve our ocean saving mission.The vessel is currently under construction at the Vard Brattvåg shipyard in Norway. But the delivery has been "beset by delays caused by the yard" and could potentially not be in operation until 2026. REV Ocean/Bogdan Vasilescu“Over the past year, the construction of the REV Ocean vessel has been beset by delays caused by the yard. Due to the substantial delay from the yard, there is a right to cancel the contract. However, this right has so far not been used. The top priority for the owner is delivery of a compliant research and expedition vessel. Despite this setback, the REV Ocean ambition remains the same – One Healthy Ocean. During this time we will continue to implement our overarching mission, but as a result of the extended delay of the ship, all vessel-related activities will temporarily be put on hold. Unfortunately, this will have consequences for our entire team, but the intention is to reconstitute when the vessel is closer to completion,” says REV Ocean team. <iframe width=560 height=315 src=https://www.youtube.com/embed/IbZuaFZOQEo title=YouTube video player frameborder=0 allow=accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture allowfullscreen></iframe>The team will continue to work together with staff to find the best opportunities in this “challenging interim phase”.Credits: Rev Ocean; REV Ocean/Bogdan Vasilescu
Arcadia Yachts Sherpa 80 XL Selected For the ADI Design Index 2020
Arcadia Yacht’s 24m Sherpa 80 XL has been selected for the "Mobility" category of the ADI Design Index 2020, not least because the reason for the choice is the perfect embodiment of the Arcadia philosophy: "A yacht in which the user is both in contact with nature, and respecting it: the main on-board facilities and functions are powered by solar panels, the aft deck is fully in line with the sea while the living area has extensive opening windows. The IPS engines and semi-planing hull ensure fuel efficiency at approximately 25% higher cruising speed than yachts of a similar size." The ADI Design Index is a collection of the best products in each category selected by the Permanent Design Observatory."Behind every edition of the Index is the work of the ADI Permanent Design Observatory," says Antonella Andriani, ADI Vice President. "Over 150 experts from all disciplines – designers, entrepreneurs, researchers, specialist journalists. This scouting and discussion work lasts throughout the year and guarantees a well-considered choice and the quality of the selected items’ design."One of the strengths of the design of the Sherpa 80 XL, developed in cooperation with the Hot Lab design studio, is the direct contact with the sea and the surrounding environment, which is highlighted in the aft deck. This area is directly connected to the stern control platform by a short scenic sequence of steps, where the narrow topsides gracefully interlock with the low volume that supports the sundeck. This free space, nearly 65 sq. m in size, is available at any time of the day. The strong interaction with the surrounding environment is also reflected in the design of the interiors, characterised by sophisticated furniture items in a sober, essential style, in which simple geometries emphasise volumes, making the best use of the available space and offering the greatest possible comfort when living aboard. In addition, new outfitting processes have made it possible to optimise assembly times and use quality furniture.Arcadia Yachts is based in Naples, Italy. Since 2008, they have been building semi-custom luxury composite yachts and have succeeded in perfectly integrating artisanal craftsmanship, modern technologies, and attention to detail and the surrounding environment. The Arcadia Yachts fleet has included two ranges since September 2016. The shipyard’s first and most characterising range is the A range, which includes four models (A85, A85s, A105 and A115). The Sherpa range has a new model, the 24m Sherpa XL, which was launched at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival. Credits: Arcadia Yachts
Silent-Yachts Opens Offices in Mallorca and Florida
Silent-Yachts, the innovative Austrian shipyard, opens two new offices on both sides of the Atlantic. A new European office is now open in Port Adriano – Mallorca, one of the leading yacht harbours in the West Med.A Silent 55 and Silent 64 are docked in front of the office, ready to take clients to the sea for a test drive. Later this summer the new Silent 60 with a kitewing will also arrive at Port Adriano.“Our new base is like our second home”, said Michael Köhler, Silent-Yachts Founder and CEO. “Mallorca and the Balearics in general are popular yachting destinations, sunny, warm, with clean azure seas and many amazing places that have to be visited on board a yacht. The new office helps us keep our solar electric catamarans close to our clients and partners – we’re always open for a chat, visit or sea trial.”Another office will be opened in the US. In order to get closer to customers, the shipyard’s exclusive US distributor Edward Sacks sets up a branch in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the yachting capital of the Western Hemisphere. “Florida is the hot spot for the US yachting enthusiasts and we’re happy to take a seat in the region,” said Michael Köhler. “The location is close to the site of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, it has direct water access and a comfortable conference room for product demonstrations.”Silent-Yachts is producing the world’s first fully solar-sustainable oceangoing production catamaran yachts. They are powered exclusively by solar energy and capable of cruising up to 100 miles per day. In 2009, founders Heike and Michael Köhler, who have spent 6,000 days cruising more than 75,000 miles all around the world, launched the Solarwave 46, the first fully self-sufficient blue-water catamaran after years of testing solar-powered propulsion, and they have been building boats ever since. Credits: Silent-Yachts