The 48.8-meter superyacht EIV sold by Allied Marine broker Dean Anthony representing the buyer and seller with the help of co-listing broker Kevin Bonnie of IYC Yachts.
EIV was built and delivered by Rossinavi in 2020 for an American client. She has an aluminum hull and aluminum superstructure. The 498 GT vessel’s exterior and interior was made by Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design, while her naval architecture was made by Rossinavi and Arrabito Naval Architects.
She can accommodate 10 guests between five well-appointed cabins. She features contemporary interiors, with fabrics from Hermès, Rubelli and Armani Casa. Accents come in onyx, leather and bronzed brass metals.
She also features a spacious lower deck swim platform, a hot tub on the foredeck, and a circular alfresco dining table at the aft.
She is powered by MTU engines of 2600 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. EIV's maximum range is 3600 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Rossinavi is an Italian manufacturer of custom steel and aluminium superyachts 28m in size and larger. The Rossi shipyard was founded in 1970s and is located in Viareggio.
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During the Monaco Yacht Show Italian boutique shipyard Tankoa presented its latest project, the T560 Apache, a 56-meter full-custom superyacht. Designed by Alberto Mancini, this vessel draws inspiration from Mancini’s 76-meter T760 Apache design, seamlessly translating its features into a more compact package.Claudio Corvino, Sales and Business Development Manager at Tankoa, explained the challenge: "The task was to replicate a similar design with similar proportions to the 76-meter version, keeping the yacht sleek and elegant but still offering huge volumes inside with features that are more typically found on yachts larger than 1,000 Gross Tons."The T560 Apache combines incredible internal space with minimal compromises, creating a beach-style retreat with expansive external areas. It accommodates American clients' desires for spaciousness and an informal atmosphere.This project began at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in 2022, with Fraser Yachts USA actively participating in the sale and project development. J.D. Crawford from Fraser Yachts USA noted, "Tankoa's deep understanding led to the successful design of a vessel tailored precisely to the client's requirements."The upper deck stands out, featuring the owner's suite with a forward position that offers panoramic views, an expansive private terrace with a 5.5-meter pool, and an alfresco lounge area. Guest cabins are on the main deck, including a full-beam VIP suite and four twin/double cabins with exceptional sea views.The yacht offers generous crew quarters on the lower deck and midships wellness and gym areas for owner and guests. It also features a tender garage and a remarkable beach club with a 4-meter glass pool and drop-down side balconies.The T560 Apache impresses with its seamless interior-to-exterior flow, brilliantly disguising its impressive 840GT volume. Alberto Mancini, founder of AM Yacht Design, expressed pride in the design: "We are incredibly proud of the overall design of the yacht."The T560 Apache promises to be a marvel of design, offering boundless beauty and exceptional functionality for its owner.Tankoa was founded in 2007 and began production in 2008. A true “boutique shipyard”, focused on building semi-custom and custom constructions 45-meter and up.Credits: Tankoa
September 28, 2023
Dutch shipyard Icon Yachts has revealed its latest expedition yacht concept, Mission, at the Monaco Yacht Show. Designed by Bernd Weel Design, this rugged explorer boasts a modular design, capable of accommodating various tenders, RIBs, a three-passenger submersible, and even an Airbus H130 helicopter. Bernd Weel explained the concept's focus on experience-driven design. "The project embodies an 'experience-focused' design, meaning the vessel is designed to facilitate specialized expeditions, exploration, and yacht cruises," he said. The exterior design features strong, defined lines, drawing inspiration from products built for challenging expeditions and cargo-capable SUVs. The result is a robust, versatile design with a contemporary aesthetic.The vessel's innovative design revolves around modular elements that can be adapted and customized to suit different purposes. Icon's representative explained that "the use of containers allows owners or special charters to adapt the vessel to their evolving needs by incorporating modular areas within or onboard the yacht."These containers could serve various functions, from storing scientific research equipment to housing additional water toys and tenders. The vessel seamlessly accommodates both scenarios without compromising its primary purpose. These containers are ingeniously stored in the yacht's hexagonal-styled mid-section.With an impressive 1,800 GT, Mission can accommodate from 12 till 18 guests and can be used as private or commercial vessel.Mission boasts a cruising speed of 12 knots and an impressive range of 6,000 nautical miles, making it well-suited for adventurous voyages to remote and challenging destinations.Icon Yachts was founded in 2005 and is based in Harlingen, Netherlands. The facility can accommodate four 70m vessels simultaneously, or up to six 50m yachts, with a mast clearance height of 28m at NAP. Credits: Icon Yachts
September 27, 2023
Feadship has unveiled its latest concept design, Dunes' at the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show. This striking 83-meter superyacht not only boasts an eye-catching design inspired by sand dunes but also sets a new benchmark for sustainability in the luxury yacht industry.Dunes represents a significant step towards Feadship's goal of Net-Zero superyachts. It integrates various energy-saving features and innovative technologies, resulting in up to a 95% reduction in negative environmental impacts compared to superyachts meeting current minimum environmental regulations. These features include shading windows to reduce cooling needs, next-generation storage batteries, fuel cells, and a revolutionary propulsion system.The yacht's layout is a result of meticulous planning, incorporating six guest staterooms, a spa area, a beach club, an owner's private deck, and a pool. Dunes' asymmetrical superstructure ensures a unique design that eliminates large engine room air and exhaust trunks, optimizing the use of space and improving guest comfort.Studio De Voogt designed the yacht's exterior, drawing inspiration from the shifting contours of sand dunes. The design promotes adaptable, multi-purpose spaces, offering both open-plan areas and intimate spots, while shaded walk-around decks protect guests from the elements.To enhance sustainability further, Dunes features teak-free decking systems, relying on alternative materials like glass and stone chips sealed in transparent polyurethane resin. Additionally, the yacht utilizes treated timber for its Pavilion Deck, providing natural insulation without adding weight.Dunes also incorporates innovative features like a wind turbine hidden within its mast and a groundbreaking electric propulsion system known as ABB Dynafin™. This system mimics the thrust of a whale's tail, significantly improving hydrodynamic efficiency and reducing energy consumption.Furthermore, the yacht utilizes green methanol as a reaction agent for its solid oxide fuel cells, offering a more eco-friendly and energy-dense fuel option. Feadship also adopts low-impact steel and aluminum for construction, reducing CO2 emissions during manufacturing.Based in the Netherlands and with roots dating back to 1849, Feadship was formed as a group in 1949 as a marketing partnership between six Dutch shipyards, de Vries Lentch, Van de Stadt, Witsen & Vis, Akerboom, De Vries Scheepsbouw and Van Lent Shipyard, and De Voogt Naval Architects. Feadship is well-known as one of the Netherlands’ most elite yacht builders and delivers superyachts from 50–100+ meters in length.Credits: Feadship
September 27, 2023
The much-anticipated Amels 80, a pioneering 80-meter superyacht, has officially taken to the water. This marks a significant milestone for Damen Yachting and the Amels Limited Editions series. The Amels 80 is slated for delivery in 2025, aligning with Damen Yachting's commitment to rapid delivery, a hallmark of the Amels Limited Editions, with over 50 such yachts delivered to date.Each Amels 80 is characterized by its unique interior design, and this vessel is no exception. The visionary owner worked closely with Damen Yachting, design studio Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, and Burgess, the project manager, to create a truly bespoke interior. The result is a sophisticated, neutral palette with an emphasis on natural materials and personal customization. This approach ensures that the owner's personal style shines through in every aspect of the yacht's interior.Espen Oeino, the renowned designer behind the Amels 80's exterior, has crafted a contemporary, holistic design that promises to stand the test of time. With strong, modern lines and an impressive interior volume, this yacht embodies luxury and functionality. It boasts a spacious 200 sq. m sun deck, a waterside beach club that opens on three sides, a wellness and spa area, a dedicated owner's deck, and vast framed windows on the main deck, offering panoramic views.Notably, sustainability is at the heart of this next-generation design. The yacht incorporates sustainable materials and innovative hybrid technology, aligning with the growing demand for eco-conscious yachts in the luxury market.Damen Yachting, a division within the Damen Shipyards Group, was created in 2019. The division combines the pedigree and heritage of Amels yachts with a growing portfolio of SeaXplorer yachts and Yacht Support vessels.Credits: Damen Yachting
September 27, 2023
The 63rd Genoa International Boat Show concluded with a record-breaking 118,269 visitors, marking a 13.9% increase from the previous year. The event featured 1,043 brands, over 1,000 boats, and 184 premieres and new designs. Additionally, 120 conferences and workshops were held, attracting 1,316 accredited journalists and over 11 hours of television coverage. The show received notable attention from government authorities and institutions, including Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and other ministers. The show also benefited from international participation through a delegation of foreign journalists and buyers from 35 countries.The success of this year's show exceeded expectations and marked significant growth in the yachting industry. The 64th edition is scheduled for September 19 to 24, 2024, with ambitious plans to make it the world's leading industry event.Credits: Genoa International Boat Show
September 26, 2023