Alarife Cien
Sailing yacht
Barcos Deportivos | 30.21 m | 2006
SYL
Sailing yacht
SYL
€ 9,000,000
Barcos Deportivos | 43.65 m | 2003

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Dark green is the new black: inside Giorgio Armani’s 60m yacht Main
Giorgio Armani, a living legend of the world of fashion, is famous for bringing softened, minimalist style into high-end menswear and building a successful fashion corporation valued at over $3.1 billion (Forbes). Meanwhile, his 65-metre superyacht Main represents a marine version of her owner’s restrained aesthetics.Delivered in 2008 by Italian builder Codecasa, Main features angular lines and uncommon dark-green exterior colour. As to the colour choice, Armani explained that it was conceived to camouflage the yacht at sea, which hardly ever appears in genuine blue colour.The owner supervised the construction process that lasted for 30 months. The yard had to find solutions for two significant requests by Armani. The first one was to make louvre blinds and the windows they serve smoothly line up along the boat, ensuring panoramic views from the inside. The second one was to install sliding saloon floor at the bridge deck, giving more space to the area connecting the upper saloon to below. That was done in order to generate the effect of a stretched living room.Indeed, Main’s living area represents the core of the vessel. It covers nearly whole main deck, divided into a sitting room with fireplace and dining zone. The first one is furnished with two Armani Casa custom-made sofas, accompanied by stools and coffee tables. Another trademark of the room is a central table made of birchwood, coming with cushions instead of chairs. Meanwhile, the dining area is hosted at the stern terrace.Despite her restrained outfit, Main naturally remains a project of luxury world. Her side bulwarks are made of stratified crystal glass, creating better visibility. Natural birchwood prevails within interior spaces, applied to the floors, indoor stairs, venetian blinds and bulkheads, while the bathrooms are decorated with marble. Electric fireplace in the main deck’s saloon and the galley is adorned with retro satine glass. Not unexpectedly, the majority of furniture on-board was developed by Armani in-house interiors division. Furthermore, the colour palette chosen for the interiors apart from the woods, echoes with exterior through metal grey ceilings and dark green walls. Each guest cabin, however, carries individual colour scheme, reflected in fabrics on louvre blind devices.The yacht’s neat style was inspired by military vessels, explained the designer. One of the main ideas was to hide all details and technical features, distracting from the vessel’s sleek appearance. Thus, tenders are hidden in a stern garage, reaching straight down to water. As to other entertainments on-board, Main features a cinema, spa pool, indoor gym and a large sundeck.Main’s interior configuration enables comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests within 7 cabins. The yacht also hosts 14 crew members, who are subjected to three daily uniform changes, according to rumours in media.As to the yacht’s performance, powered by two Caterpillars, Main features a top speed of 17 knots and cruises comfortably at 14 knots. Furthermore, with her 160,000-litre fuel tanks, the yacht boasts a maximum range of 6,910 nautical miles. She is also fitted with 'zero speed stabilisers for on-board comfort once at stationary.The estimated cost of the vessel at the moment of delivery amounted to $60,000,000.At the present time, Giorgio Armani remains CEO of luxury house Giorgio Armani S.p.A., marketing not only clothes but also perfume, jewellery, home decoration, cosmetics, watches etc. In 2017, estimated revenue of the company made around $2.7 billion, according to Bloomberg. Armani remains one of the richest people in Italy, with his net worth estimated at $9.3 billion as of April 2019 (Forbes).Another noticeable project by Codecasa is 50-metre Regina d'Italia built for other famous designers, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.
TOP 5 photos of the week
Yacht Harbour looks at the best images from the social media world over the past week.#1.36.5m Seablue'z and 46.2m Lisa IVPhoto: Instagram / @carolfeithBuilt by Benetti in 2006, Seablue’z features a beam of 8 metres and a draft of 2 metres, based upon GRP hull and superstructure. Powered by Caterpillar engines of 1549 HP each, the boasts a cruising speed of 15 knots. Designed by Stefano Righini, Seablue’z offers accommodation to 10 guests in 5 cabins.Luxury motor yacht Lisa IV was built by Leopard in 2010. With a beam of 8.2 metres and a draft of 1.5 metres, she features GRP hull and superstructure. Thanks to gross tonnage of 483 GT, the yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins with an interior design by Cristiano Gatto and an exterior design by Andrea Bacigalupo.Powered by MTU engines of 2400 HP each, Lisa IV boasts a maximum speed of 35 knots and a cruising speed of 30 knots.#2. 72m sailing yacht concept Osseo by Igor JankovicNew 72-metre concept of a high-performance sailing yacht by Serbian designer Igor Jankovic is conceived for smooth sailing thanks to innovative DynaRig system and high-end technological features.⠀The concept is trademarked with a carbon fibre and graphene hull, ensuring high resistance against corrosion. The yacht’s exterior colour palette is combined of black and chameleon blue-purple colours. Osseo’s sophisticated interiors will match her exterior layout, offering accommodation for up to 12 guests.⠀The vessel designed for hosting events, will feature vast areas for leisure and entertainment. Her main saloon represents an open area for gathering and relaxing. Osseo will be also trademarked with beach club under a semi-transparent roof and tinted glass, suitable for all-day use. At night, this area can be transformed into amusement zone with ambient lights and pool.⠀Osseo will be powered by diesel electric engines.⠀#3. 50m Hayken by Heesen taking off the coast of Monaco. Photo: Instagram / @jeffbrown.breedmediaThe yacht previously known as Monaco Wolf was launched in 2014.With a beam of 8.5 metres and a 2.5-metre draft, she features aluminium hull and superstructure. This adds up to her gross tonnage of 497 GT. Aboard, the yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins with interiors by Francesco Paszkowski along with exteriors by Omega Architects.She is powered by MTU engines of 3,860 HP, ensuring a maximum speed of 23 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.In 2016, Hayken was sold asking € 29,500,500.#4. Sailing yacht A, NobiskrugPhoto: Instagram / @yvangrubskiThe yacht delivered in 2017 features masts stunningly taller than Big Ben. With the height of nearly 100 meters, S/Y A boasts over 12,600 GT of interior volume, just 3,100 less than Dilbar, the most voluminous yacht in the world. By this measurement, she's also 4.6 times larger than the largest sailing yacht in the world, the 108-meter Black Pearl.The yacht powered by twin MTU engines of 4,827 HP each, is projected to reach her top speed at 20 knots without using her sails and feature cruising speed of 16 knots under transatlantic range of 5,320 nautical miles.#5. 66m Vanish, Feadship Photo by @christopherscholeyThe yacht was designed by Eidsgaard. She can accommodate up to 12 people with 17 crew members.⠀One of her highlights includes the large free-standing staircase that is flanked by a glass wall in the full-height atrium. Vanish also boasts two touch and go helipads and an outdoor cinema.⠀Performance wise, Vanish can reach a maximum speed of 17.5 knots and cruise at 12 knots.
World Superyacht Awards 2019: the nominees not to miss
Boat International Media in association with Oyster Yachts will hold the 14th annual edition of The World Superyacht Awards 16 - 18 May 2019 in London. The awards are aimed to recognise remarkable design, engineering and construction innovations of the world’s finest luxury yachts.This year’s ceremony will take place in the heart of the City, in Old Billingsgate, returning to London after several other venues, such as Venice, Amsterdam and most recently Florence. The three day programme includes golf day at the exclusive St. George’s Hill Club and clay shooting at West Wycombe House, along with a journey aboard the Belmond British Pullman train prior to the opening party at Kensington Palace. This year’s nominees list enhances some of the most stunning superyachts, as usual divided into categories. The categories formed by experts of the industry include displacement (comfort) motor yachts, semi-displacement, and planing (speed) motor yachts and sailing yachts. Three categories are reserved for yachts that have been given major refits, have been completely rebuilt or converted and that were finished within the last year.Yacht Harbour chooses the vessels not to miss out from the nominees lists in the most interesting categories.BEST SAILING YACHT# Black PearlBuilder: OceancoLength: 106mYear: 2017Launched in 2016, this already iconic vessel holds the title of the largest sailing yacht in the world. Inspired by Perini Navi's 88-metre Maltese Falcon, Black Pearl features similar to Maltese Falcon structure with three rotating masts, while the yacht is capable of crossing the Atlantic burning just 20 liters of fuel thanks to alternative power sources. The Black Pearl’s striking exterior was designed by Nuvolari Lenard and Ken Freivokh, while her praised naval architecture was developed by Dyksra Architects, who had also previously worked on Maltese Falcon.A combination of smart and elegant high-tech design and modernised state-of-the-art DynaRig sailing system makes the Black Pearl a unique vessel. Her hull outline is trademarked with an exclusive wave-piercing bow featuring not only graceful appearance, but also fuel efficiency.Another key element of Black Pearl's development was her solar sails, which can actually produce energy whilst the yacht is underway thanks to solar panels built within the fabric of the sail. Other nominees: All About U, Global Impact Yachting/Ada Yacht Works (49.9m), Aquarius, Royal Huisman (56m), Kiboko Tres, Southern Wind Shipyard (32.3m), Meira, Neta Marine (50m), Vijonara, Pendennis (42.2m)SEMI-DISPLACEMENT OR PLANING MOTOR YACHTS 40M AND ABOVE# Utopia IVBuilder: RossinaviLength: 63mYear: 2018The yacht owned by Loren and J.R. Ridinger according to Forbes, was commissioned in November 2014 and launched in 2018. Utopia IV is fitted with four light Rolls Royce engines as well as four hydro jets, optimised for comfort and style. The yacht with exterior design by Team For Design, balancing between elegance and attitude, is presumed as the compromise between a tri-deck motor yacht and a speed boat. She can reach a top speed of 28 knots and an cruising speed of 15 knots. She can easily reach a cruising speed of 18 knots using only 35% of propulsion power. With the yacht’s capacity to sleep 12 guests within six spacious cabins, the forward facing owner’s suite features a six-metre fixed balcony and floor to ceiling glass windows for a 180-degree panoramic view. The vessel’s key trademarks include Key features do include 70 square metre beach club, 3 spa pools and a touch-and-go helipad. Her naval architecture is by the Italian studio Arrabito Naval Architects. Gobbi's studio also designed the interior, which includes rich wood panelling to divide the main-deck saloon from the dining area.# IrishaLength: 51mBuilder: HeesenYear: 2018Photo : Dick HolthuisThe 51-metre full-custom motor yacht Irisha was delivered by Heesen in May 2018. Irisha features exterior lines with a gunmetal blue hull and contemporary curved glass windows, and interiors by Harrison Eidsgaard.The unique colour scheme enriches the beauty of the profile. The top is Snow White, the main deck is Midnight Blue by Awlgrip, and the hull is metallic Pacific Blue custom paint by Alexseal. In sunlight, the hull colour changes from metallic blue to dark olive-green hues. Spacious and bright, Irisha’s interior enjoys lots of natural light and has a versatile layout with a seamless flow between the interior and exterior living space, ideal for socialising and entertaining. The yacht offers accommodation to up to 10 guests within 5 beautifully-appointed staterooms.Powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M93L diesel engines, Irisha achieves a top speed of 26 knots, with a transatlantic range of over 3,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots.Other nominees: Flying Dagger, Rossinavi (49m), Elysium, Sunseeker International (40.1m), El Leon, Overmarine (54m), C'est La Vie, Gulf Craft (43.1m).DISPLACEMENT MOTOR YACHTS BETWEEN 300 GT AND 499 GT - 48M AND ABOVE# CeciliaBuilder: Wider Length: 49.6mYear: 2018At a sleek 50-metre LOA and just under 500GT, the elegant all aluminum superyacht has an elongated profile. Designed to accommodate the owner’s long wish list of toys, both inside and out, the Wider 165 satisfies the desires of the most adventurous. Constructed entirely in aluminum, the elegant profile of the Wider 165 was created by the in-house Wider design team in collaboration with Italian yacht designer Fulvio De Simoni. The interior layout, designed by IdeaeItalia in conjunction with the owner’s architect, is packed with more stand out features including a generous study with terrace on the port side, private gym with terrace on the starboard side, a sauna room as well as a spacious and light owner’s cabin and ensuite bathroom.On the foredeck, the helicopter-landing pad, unique to the Wider 165, and circular seating areas set into the superstructure, forward of a large Jacuzzi tub, offer a versatile space that will double as generous dance floor for fun evenings afloat.Cecilia is set to boast a range of 3,100 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12.5 knots, increasing to 5,400 nm at the ecological speed of 10 knots. The yacht’s maximum speed meanwhile makes 14.1 knots.Other nominees: KD, Sanlorenzo (52m), Latona, CRN (50m), Power Play, Damen (55.5m), Seven, Benetti (49.8m).DISPLACEMENT MOTOR YACHTS ABOVE 500 GT AND UNDER 2,000 GT# Solo Builder: TankoaLength: 72mYear: 2018The yacht was launched in August 2018, making her international debut at the Monaco Yacht Show. Designed by Francesco Paszkowski in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, Solo’s interiors represent blend of contemporary and timeless air. Her spacious main and upper salons provide relaxation zones with large plush seating areas, along with a dazzling baby grand piano and numerous entertainment options.The yacht’s six staterooms can accommodate up to 12 guests, including a spacious VIP, two doubles and two twins. The master suite is fitted with a private terrace complete with sunpads and a Jacuzzi with panoramic views. On the skylounge aft, there is a swimming pool and a private dance floor, which easily converts to a touch-and-go helipad. Solo’s beach club, meanwhile, represents a spacious and welcoming space with sofa, bar, TV, oversized glass walled gym with fold-out terrace, bathroom, sauna (also fitted with its own fold-out terrace) and hammam.Other nominees: Volpini 2, Amels (57.7m), Promise, Feadship (51m), Spectre, Bennetti (69.3m). DISPLACEMENT MOTOR YACHTS ABOVE 2,000 GT# O'Ptasia Builder: Golden YachtsLength: 84.7mYear: 2018The 85-metre superyacht O’Ptasia was launched in 2018 by Greek yard Golden Yachts, joining the list of the top 200 largest superyachts in the world. Her exteriors and interiors were developed by Italian Studio Vafladis.O’Ptasia can accommodate up to 12 guests in 11 cabins - 3 twin and 8 double cabins, including a 95-square-metre owner’s suite on the upper deck and 85-squaremetre VIP suite with a private cinema room. The service is provided by the crew of 26. Other key features on board O’Ptasia include a large beach club complete with wellness and spa centre, an elevator servicing all decks, and a fully equipped gym on the bridge deck. The central superyacht elevator provides quick access between all four decks, while the foredeck helipad allows guests to arrive in style.Other nominees: White Rabbit, Echo Yachts (84m), Planet Nine, Admiral - The Italian Sea Group (73.2m), GO, Turquoise Yachts (76.8m), Elandess, Abeking & Rasmussen (74.5m), DAR, Oceanco (90m).REBUILT/REFIT/CONVERSION YACHTS# DreamBuilder: Halic ShipyardLength: 106.5mYear: 1997Refit Yard: Olympic Yacht ServicesFully rebuilt, this former passenger ferry now represents a brand new six-deck superyacht. There are two elevators and four staircases for guests only; a 2,800 sf master cabin, a 400-square-metre main saloon, a cinema and 22 guest cabins (up to 36 guests); massive crew and service areas and six pantries. The spacious entertainment decks include a sundeck with swimming pool, a huge bar, and oversized beach club. On the fifth deck adjoining the owner's suite, there a luxurious dining area for 44 guests.The yacht cruises at 15 knots and reaches a top speed of 17 knots. Other nominees: Haida 1929, Krupp Germaniawerft (71.1m), Dancing Hare, Amels (57.5m), Thalia, Vitters (48.5m), Forever, Benetti (44.8m), G2, Vitters (39m), A2, Eurocraft (37.6m), Vespucci, CRN (30.5m).
Hop: The Megayacht Concept That Dreams To Crossing The World
It's a new yacht that is making its appearance. HOP is 120 meters long concept which was designed by Iván Salas Jefferson, a 37-year-old designer from Palma de Mallorca, founder of Iddes Yachts.Iván Salas Jefferson has worked for leading Dutch naval architecture studios such as De Voogt (Feadship), or the Oceanco bespoke superyacht builder. In addition, he collaborated with the refitting base Astilleros de Mallorca and with the Royal Falcon Fleet of Porsche."I'm trying to merge all knowledge from different fields of design to add value and make new projects in the studio, along with the team that includes Joan Gelabert, also a naval engineer and designer, and Andrea Polato, the architect, who will help promote a portfolio of both own projects and the demand of a future owner," highlights Iván Salas.At first glance, the 120-meters megayacht looks like a two-story loft. If there is something remarkable in the HOP, it is the multi-spaces with which the owner to configure the boat of the designer Ivan Salas Jefferson on a really narrow sleeve. Thus, the aft area has a double stay in two heights that communicates the central area with the cabins and stays under cover. Composed of outdoor terraces and different spaces, including a double living room communicating with the rest of the rooms, it also has a large bay window. The latter has been designed to protect and give a feeling of openness to the outside. The owner’s penthouse looks like a floating observatory, was designed with the aim to connect one with the environment and location. Guests can enjoy the feeling of sleeping outdoors yet being on a two-level loft with natural sunlight or night sky views thanks to the forward skylights.The design allows for privacy leaving the rest of the interior open to flexible layouts to adapt to changes and needs of the owners, but always giving the feeling of freedom in the space.The boat also takes into account the respect of the environment by reducing the environmental impact of the sector and accelerating the industry towards ecological navigation. Sustainability and self-sufficiency, thanks to the use of bioclimatic energies, are the strength of this model.This innovative design in the world of luxury boats has allowed Iván Salas Jefferson to be among the finalists of the 2019 International Yacht & Aviation Awards, which will be awarded on May 24 in Venice. It will be a unique experience thanks to the configuration of yacht lines and the exterior layout of the entire hull. Now the design team needs to find a millionaire who makes this big dream come true.This is the first time when a Spanish architect has built a yacht of this size. Last time in 2010, a Galician company designed the Pegaso in the Vigo port, a 72.8-meter long yacht for a Mexican millionaire.Iddes Yachts believe design is all due to balance, the main dimensions for its reduced drag performance, the intelligent connectivity of geometrical shapes within an organic form results in a combination of well thought out spaces with minimum energy requirements.Also, finalists of the 2019 International Yacht & Aviation Awards among the concepts over 70-meters long: Steamring 75 by Akalin & Cebeci; 105-meters Esquel by Oceanco and The Ritz-Carlton luxury 190-meters cruise ship.Credit: Iván Salas Jefferson
The Singapore Yacht Show 2019 overview: what you may have missed
The leading yacht and luxury show in Asia, the Singapore Yacht Show, took place at ONE ̊15 Marina Sentosa Cove from 11 April – 14 April. The ninth edition of the show this year received 16,000 visitors (with more than a half from overseas) along with 87 yachts and over 150 brands.The four-day celebration of the yachting lifestyle comprised glamorous yacht parties, diverse watersports experiences, gourmet eateries, bustling bars and show-stopping supercar parades. Potential buyers and charterers came from all around the Asia Pacific region, from as far away as Japan, China and Australia. Yachts and boats lineups of this year’s edition included Azimut Yachts, Boat Lagoon Yachting, Ferretti Group, Hong Seh Marine, Princess Yachts, ProMarine, Simpson Marine, Sunseeker and others.The show saw over 30 local and regional yachting premieres from the world-leading brands. For instance, SilverYachts and Espen Oeino unveiled their brand new superyacht catamaran line, 35-metre ‘SpaceCat’ power catamarans, with their construction beginning in China next month.The Princess Yachts, the show’s longtime supporter, represented by local dealer Boat Lagoon Yachting, showcased a 13-strong fleet and 3 regional premieres. Kiran Haslam, Marketing Director of Princess Yachts commented:Our commitment to this show and to the region is clear, demonstrated by us having more yachts on display here than even at the big Cannes show in September. We are seeing a real emergence of the South East Asian market and an increased excitement and enthusiasm for yachting.The organisers report, visitor footfall over the weekend was well up on last year even though there were several other major events happening concurrently, such as the opening of the Jewel Centre at Changi Airport, the Presidential Elections in Indonesia and Songkran festival in Thailand.Marine Italia reported the sale of at least two yachts in the first two days alone. The company’s Executive Director Paul Grange highlighted: We are delighted by the activity levels and results that we have achieved since we’ve started representing Azimut in Singapore in 2018. With three Azimut Yachts sold in the run-up to the Singapore Yacht Show and a further two yachts sold during the show, it is clear that there is a genuine demand for Azimut’s truly Italian Yachts in the region.Returning exhibitor Leopard Catamarans, presenting four boats this year, also noted an increased amount of interest in sailing catamarans, in particular the newly launched Leopard 50. Andrew de Bruin, General Manager of Multihull Solutions, the dealer for Fountaine Pajot, reported another successful showing with the sale of three yachts, including one of the Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67 sailing catamarans which was making its Asian debut.Longtime supporter Simpson Marine, showcasing a massive 16-strong fleet – their largest ever display, and a record for any single exhibiting company in the history of SYS – featured two Asian premieres from Sanlorenzo, three from Lagoon and one from Beneteau, as well as displays from Monte Carlo Yachts and Aquila.Singapore-based dealer Hong Seh Marine reports on the quality of clients visiting the Show, with people coming to look at a variety of yachts, from the small Boston Whalers, mid-sized Riva Yachts, all the way up to large custom build yachts by the Ferretti Group.Other major global yachting brands and builders were celebrated at the 15th edition of the Asia Boating Awards held at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel prior to the opening of the Show. There, Dutch superyacht builder Amels was awarded Best Semi-Custom-Built Yacht (above 120ft) for the recently delivered Volpini 2, while Sunseeker picked up the Best Sportscruiser (above 55ft) award for the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht.Italian powerhouse builders Monte Carlo Yachts and Riva Yacht were awarded Best Flybridge Yacht (above 55ft to 80ft) and Best Flybridge Yacht (above 80ft to 110ft) respectively for the MCY 70 and Riva 110 Dolcevita. Meanwhile, organisers Verventia strongly believe in the potential for leisure boating businesses in the region, and are constantly seeking to improve the show experience and the return on investment for exhibitors and sponsors.In the conclusion, Wade Pearce, Show Director of Singapore Yacht Show said: We put everything into making the Singapore Yacht Show work, so it’s good to hear that it continues to contribute to the development of the industry in Asia. Feedback from participants tells us what we’re doing right and what we need to change. In that way, the Show hopefully strengthens every year, and we are making some big changes for our 10th Anniversary Edition next year.