Serenity
Motor yacht
Flagship | 37.1 m | 1993

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Azimut Yachts Is Introducing an A-Room, a Virtual Theatre Showroom
Azimut Yachts is introducing a new channel to communicate with customers and fans of the brand. A-Room is a virtual showroom created specifically to provide previews of all its new models. Visitors to the A-Room will connect to a 3D virtual space designed to look like an Azimut Yachts stand, which they can move around in complete freedom, interacting with the content. Split into themed areas, including a theatre for presentations, corners dedicated to individual Collections, and mega screens with videos of the latest models, the main aim of the virtual showroom is to be the new stage on which the shipyard’s latest novelties are presented.The A-Room will showcase the brand’s latest models, upcoming news and novelties in the world of Azimut Yachts. Users will be offered live streamed events organised for new yacht launches, previews of innovative content and other initiatives designed to engage with the audience of customers and fans.Making the first 'digital' debut on the platform will be the new arrival in the Flybridge Collection, Azimut 53 Flybridge. A series of teasers and visual content are already online and other unpublished material will be added soon in the lead up to the unveiling event planned for March.Azimut Benetti Group is a leading builder of luxury yachts from 11.8m to over 36m in length. The Group owns the following brands: Azimut Yachts, Benetti Yachts, Yachtique, Lusben, Marina di Varazze and Royal Yacht Club Moscow.Credits: Azimut Yachts
Lloyd Werft Has Launched the yacht Solaris
The 145m or 140m (the length of the yacht is still in question) Solaris hit the water for the first time on a very foggy Sunday 28 February. Although there’s still not very much information about Solaris, we know that the yacht has eight decks, as well as a helicopter pad and a spacious beach club aft. Solaris can accommodate up to thirty-six passengers and a crew of sixty.The explorer vessel has become the eighth vessel in Roman Abramovich’s fleet. Credits: Instagram DrDuu
Video: Lürssen’s Nord Arrives at Gibraltar
The 142m superyacht Nord has docked at Gibraltar. Previously known as Opus and Project Redwood, Nord was designed by design studio Nuvolari Lenard. The owner is represented by Moran Yacht & Ship. Explorer vessel Nord can accommodate 36 guests in 20 staterooms.“At Lürssen, we believe that to build a yacht it is vital to work as a team, and to execute such a comprehensive project, an excellent team is necessary,” says Managing Partner, Peter Lürssen. Gibraltar Yachting shows how it was. 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: Carl Groll/Lürssen; YouTube/Gibraltar Yachting
Imperial Has Announced a 100m Project Titanium
Project Titanium marks the third collaboration between the Imperial The Italian Sea Group – Admiral shipyard. Boasting an exterior and interior design from the Winch Design studio, Project Titanium has been designed with the intention to find the perfect balance between high-end quality standards and high-tech solutions with particular attention to eco-sustainability, thanks to her innovative diesel-electric propulsion system, powered by Azipods."Imperial is one of the major brokers of the superyacht industry. We would like, first of all, to thank our Client, who put his trust in us to develop and confirm this outstanding project, and we are really looking forward to commencing! Partnering with esteemed professionals such as Admiral and Winch Design on this project, with their proven track records, is another proof of the reputation Imperial has gained throughout the past 15 years to create a certain idea of exigence, of dedication and of detailed achievements within our industry," says Julia Stewart, Imperial Director. The Italian Sea Group"Imperial is now a consolidated partner of ours with whom we are capable to share know-how, values, and purposes." says Giuseppe Taranto, The Italian Sea Group - Admiral Vice Chairman. Jim Dixon, Director, Yachts & Aviation at Winch Design, comments: "Embarking on this project brings equal measures of pride and excitement for the Winch Embarking on this project brings equal measures of pride and excitement for the Winch Design team, and follows a huge amount of hard work already achieved. It’s a privilege to be working with the esteemed Admiral Yachts on the build and again with the management team at Imperial. Project Titanium is incredibly dynamic and will be a landmark for the industry. We look forward to working closely with all those involved and can’t wait to see her develop!""Titanium Project represents our concrete step as a world-wide key player in the gigayacht industry, as well as a fine example of our production capabilities, being able to offer the most incredible client’s experience. We are now fully integrated in the 60m to 100m segment and, for sure, comparison with Northern European shipyards comes at ease in terms of efficiency, quality and performances, while we surpass them in flexibility in accomplishing the most demanding client’s requests," also added Giuseppe Taranto. Project Titanium has an expected delivery planned for 2025. Established in 2005, Imperial builds, brokers, manages and charters many of the world’s finest superyachts. The Imperial main office is located in Monaco, the heart of the superyacht industry. Imperial has been involved in many of the recent major sales and deliveries of the superyacht industry, such as Bel Abri (Amels 52m), Fast Support Vessel 6711 (Damen 67m), Project 783 (Nobiskrug 73m), Amore Vero (Oceanco 86m), Amadea (Lürssen 106.10m), Lana (Benetti 107m) and Flying Fox (Lürssen 136m).Credits: Imperial, The Italian Sea Group
Strategic Alliance Between EYOS and Nansen Polar Expeditions
EYOS Expeditions, the world’s foremost provider of private yacht expeditions, and Nansen Polar Expeditions have joined forces on a long-term strategic alliance coinciding with Nansen’s recent fleet expansion. Together, EYOS and Nansen will combine their collective experience to introduce a new expedition yacht experience in the polar regions. 72m Cloudbreak EYOS works regularlyNansen Polar Expeditions has been operating since 2019 with their first vessel, Villa, a rugged – yet luxurious – expedition ship, and they’ve recently acquired Nansen Explorer, a 72m ICE 1A+ vessel that will accommodate 12 guests following an extensive refit. EYOS has more than a decade of experience operating private yacht expeditions to the polar regions aboard the world’s most prestigious private and charter expedition yachts. Photo by Reeve JolliffeEYOS CEO Ben Lyons said, “One of the most exciting elements of our new alliance with Nansen Polar Expeditions is the ability to go beyond the boundaries of a typical expedition. Given the high ice-class and helicopter capability of MV Nansen Explorer, we intend to reach destinations far removed from even where most expedition vessels are sailing, and certainly well out of reach of a conventional superyacht.” Photo by Reeve JolliffeNansen Polar Expeditions CEO Audun Lie Dahl said, “Working so closely with EYOS on this multifaceted alliance opens up new markets and opportunities for both companies. There is a great personal connection and history between us, and we couldn’t have found a better partner as we continue to expand our fleet.” Credits: Reeve Jolliffe; EYOS Expeditions