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Fuel-Cell Powered 50Steel Superyacht Launched by Sanlorenzo
Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has launched its 49.9-metre superyacht, Almax, at its La Spezia facilities. Almax uses "green" methanol and fuel cell reformer technology for its hotel load, making it one of the few yachts pursuing alternative power sources for carbon-neutral cruising. Designed by Piero Lissoni and Zuccon International Project, Almax is part of a new line with four units already sold. The launch ceremony was attended by over 700 guests.The 50Steel will offer accommodation for guests across five cabins, including the owner's cabin, along with a gym and spa area.The fuel-cell technology on Almax converts biomethanol into electricity up to a maximum of 100kW, enabling the yacht to operate at anchor emission-free. Sanlorenzo estimates this could account for up to 90% of a superyacht's typical usage time with zero emissions.The yacht also features a Hidden Engine Room (HER), a patented design that conceals the engine room on the lower deck, freeing up space for a 150-square-metre "Ocean Lounge" beach club with a pool and sea terraces. This design also allows for a split-level layout with head heights ranging from 2.1 to 3.35 meters.The yacht is scheduled for delivery in July 2024.Sanlorenzo was founded in 1958 in Viareggio by yacht builder Gionvanni Jannetti. In 2005, Massimo Perrotti became the majority shareholder in the shipyard. Sanlorenzo builds yachts ranging from 28.60 to 73 meters in length. Credits: Sanlorenzo
Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 To Debut at Limassol Boat Show
The Italian Sea Group is set to showcase its Tecnomar brand for the first time at the Limassol Boat Show, which runs from May 23 to 26. This event, hosted at Limassol Marina in Cyprus, is a strategic development opportunity for the group, highlighting the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 motor yacht.The Limassol Boat Show will gather visitors and exhibitors from the yachting industry, presenting the latest products and services and offering significant networking and branding opportunities."The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, with its 63 knots maximum speed, represents the forefront of the sector," stated Giovanni Costantino, Founder and CEO of The Italian Sea Group. "It’s an outstanding yacht, part of a successful limited series, embodying luxury and high performance."The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 has received recognition in the luxury industry, being named among the Best of the Best in the "Motor Yacht Weekend Cruiser" category by Robb Report and winning the "Motor Yacht under 25 metres" category at the International Yacht & Aviation Awards.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
First Look Inside 35m Superyacht Designed by Sergio Cutolo
The interiors of a unique 35.4-meter superyacht designed by Sergio Cutolo have been unveiled. Currently under construction at Bee Yacht's shipyard in Tuzla, Turkey, the yacht is set for delivery in July 2024.Inspired by expedition vessels, the yacht features a full-displacement hull, sheltered decks, and a build combining steel and aluminum. Engineering is provided by Hydro Tec, while Dragoni Design Lab in Varese, Italy, is responsible for the interior styling.The yacht offers accommodation across five cabins, including a full-beam owner's cabin on the main deck. The interiors are modern and airy, with the main saloon benefiting from floor-to-ceiling glazing. Renderings show a color palette of white, cream, and green, complemented by statement lighting fixtures and integrated LEDs.The main saloon is designed with sofa seating, armchairs, and a formal dining area for 10 guests. The aft deck, accessible through sliding glass doors, features a hot tub and steps leading down to a large, fixed bathing platform.The skylounge is styled in autumnal shades, with brown and cream furniture, mirrored tables, and cool-toned wood flooring. It includes amenities such as a wine fridge, a bar, al fresco dining, and sun loungers on the upper deck.The sundeck is partially shaded by the yacht's hardtop and includes two lounge areas and a sit-up bar for five guests. Additionally, there is a small sofa and coffee table area located at the bow.Key specifications include a volume just below 300GT and a beam of 7.7 meters. Zero speed stabilizers enhance comfort both underway and at anchor.The project is available for sale through Ocean Independence.Credits: Ocean Independence
Greenline Yachts: Promoting Sustainable Yachting with Over 1,000 Yachts Sold
Greenline Yachts, a Slovenian shipyard known for its hybrid propulsion technology, has announced the sale of over 1,000 yachts since its inception in 2008. The company has developed a philosophy of responsible yachting, offering a range of eight hybrid models from 39 to 58 feet.Greenline Yachts fleetThe company, founded by Vladimir Zinchenko, has focused on sustainable yachting solutions, launching its first model, the Greenline 33, in 2008. The Greenline 33 Hybrid quickly became popular, leading to the introduction of several other models, including the Greenline 40 Hybrid, the Greenline 48, and the Greenline 58 Fly. The current lineup includes eight models, all featuring hybrid propulsion systems designed to reduce environmental impact.Greenline 58 FlyGreenline Yachts' hybrid propulsion technology, known as the 6G H-Drive serial diesel-electric powertrain, has been in development since 2008 and is now in its sixth generation. This system allows for significant fuel efficiency and reduced emissions, appealing to customers who prioritize ecological responsibility.Greenline 48 Fly“Our customers seek to immerse themselves in nature while preserving it,” said Zinchenko. “They value ecological responsibility and a low environmental impact. Our range of hybrid yachts allows them to do that, and we are seeing a sharp rise in inquiries as the market changes.”Greenline 40Greenline Yachts' design ethos emphasizes efficiency, featuring "superdisplacement" hulls that provide stability and economy at various speeds. The yachts can operate in electric mode for 20-25 nautical miles and use diesel engines for longer passages, with the ability to recharge batteries during travel. The yachts also feature extensive solar panels, lithium batteries, and inverters, allowing for extended stays without needing to start the engine or generator.Greenline Yachts fleetThe shipyard has also integrated sustainable practices into its construction process, using recycled PET plastic in hull reinforcement and vacuum infusion techniques to ensure precise material use. Offcuts from interior fit-outs are repurposed into heating pellets, and leftover foam is used for home insulation by a neighboring company. Marketing materials have been minimized and are produced from recycled or sustainable sources.Greenline 48 Fly“Navigating over 250,000 miles and working as a yacht dealer taught me about environmental respect and what boaters want,” said Zinchenko. “Greenline Yachts proves you can build a yacht responsibly while ensuring comfort and safety.”Greenline Yachts is introducing annual awards to recognize owners who demonstrate significant strides in responsible yachting. These awards will celebrate achievements such as the highest amount of solar power generated and the most electric engine hours logged.Credits: Greenline Yachts
Mishi Yachts Sets Sail with Carbon-Composite Mishi 88 and Mishi 102
Turkey’s Yonca Shipyard is making significant strides in the yachting industry with the launch of its new sailing brand, Mishi Yachts. Specializing in carbon-composite sailing yachts over 24 meters, Mishi Yachts introduces its first two models: the Mishi 88 and Mishi 102, blending power, elegance, and motoryacht comfort.Mishi 102Yonca Shipyard, renowned for its 38 years of experience in composite boatbuilding, is venturing into the leisure market with Mishi Yachts. This new brand aims to cater to those seeking high-volume, comfortable sailing yachts ideal for families and groups.The Mishi 88 made its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival last September, impressing attendees with its spacious design and exceptional headroom. Initially built in 2019 for Yonca Shipyard’s Chairman and founder, Şakir Yılmaztürk, the yacht was designed for family cruising. Feedback from brokers at the show confirmed a strong market demand for such comfortable and voluminous sailing yachts.Mishi 88. Credit: Pozitif Studio“It was rewarding to hear in Cannes that we had hit the nail on the head with the Mishi 88,” says Yılmaztürk. “People cannot believe how much space there is on board, and the headroom below is exceptional. Working with Taka Yacht Design, our intention all along was to bring the comforts of motoryachting to the more refined platform of a sailing boat.”Following the success of the Mishi 88, Yılmaztürk embarked on creating a larger model, the Mishi 102. This 102-footer will be unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show in September 2024. Designed to meet full RINA classification, the Mishi 102 promises cutting-edge technology, state-of-the-art engineering, and luxurious accommodations for eight guests and four crew members.Both Mishi yachts are constructed using foam sandwich carbon composite, leveraging Yonca Shipyard’s expertise in building fast, light patrol boats. This material ensures efficient, resilient hulls with generous internal volumes, providing an extraordinary lifestyle afloat.Mishi 88. Credit: Pozitif StudioThe yachts feature a well-protected, spacious cockpit with a carbon-fiber bimini for shaded dining. Below deck, the airy saloon offers flexible dining and lounging areas, high-low tables, and an open-plan galley. The standard configuration includes a large ensuite owner’s cabin at the bow and additional guest cabins aft of the saloon, with flexible sleeping arrangements. Crew quarters are located in the forepeak, and a sizable tender garage is positioned at the stern.Interior styling of the Mishi yachts can be customized to the owner’s preferences. The Mishi 88, for instance, showcases a timeless palette of pale greys and beiges, with variable lighting to create different moods. The interior is designed with practicality in mind, featuring plenty of handholds and generous fiddles on the surfaces.Mishi 102“Yonca is no stranger to building craft to exacting standards for demanding clients,” says Yılmaztürk. “We have been supplying fast, seaworthy composite craft to the world’s navies for years. It made sense to tap the yard’s lamination skills to build my own 88-footer, and in so doing, I started a journey that has led me to found Mishi Yachts.”The Mishi 102 project will be unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show in September 2024.Founded in 1986, Yonca Shipyard aimed to lead in fast boat design and advanced composites. Despite doubts, handcrafted boats reflected our vision. Now an industrial-scale enterprise, the shipyard produces cutting-edge pleasure, commercial, and naval craft. Yonca Shipyard delivered more than 180 ships and boats, specializing in fast interceptor craft and patrol boats for defense and law enforcement agencies.Credits: Mishi Yachts

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