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Inside the former largest yacht built in Italy
The first superyacht ever built by Italian shipyard Fincantieri, the 134-meter Serene was delivered...
5 reasons to invest in Fast Support Vessel 6711
Delivered in 2014 by Damen, parent company of Amels, and Monaco-based Imperial Yachts acting as...
83.5m Feadship Savannah spotted in Gibraltar
Savannah, the 83.5-meter hybrid Feadship delivered in 2015 was recently seen in Gibraltar. One of...
162m Eclipse spotted in Gibraltar
Eclipse, the 162-meter former largest yacht in the world has recently been spotted in...
6711: The support vessel for true superyachts
Delivered in 2014 by Damen, parent company of Amels, and Monaco-based Imperial Yachts acting as...
How to charter a yacht for MIPIM
Annually hosted at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, MIPIM brings together the most influential...
46m Only One back on the market
The 46.3-meter Baglietto, Only One is now back on the market with her owner keen to sell...
Yachting Partners International turns 45 years old
Founded by Alex Braden and Mike Everton-Jones in 1972, Yachting Partners International has grown...
A deeper look at 39m Blue Mamba
The 39-meter Blue Mamba, built in 2009 by Oceanline, is currently on the market...
Endeavour to be displayed at FLIBS.
The 40-metre Endeavour is currently on the market and is scheduled to be displayed at the...
Seven Sins and Shogun to be showcased in Monaco
52-meter Sanlorenzo flagship, Seven Sins will be on display at this year's Monaco Yacht...
123m Al Lusail and 124m Katara spotted in Capri
Al Lusail, the 123-meter superyacht formerly known as Project Jupiter, was recently spotted in...
47m Rola is now on the market
The 47-metre Rola is now on the market, represented by Behnemar Yachting. Launched by ISA...
Ann G spotted in Venice
Ann G has been captured in Venice a week after CRN Yachts vessel Cloud 9 has...
Lady Lara spotted in Ibiza
91m megayacht Lady Lara, owned by Kazakh billionaire Alexander Machkevitch, has been...
Golden Odyssey spotted in Antibes
Lurssen's yacht Golden Odyssey has been recently spotted in the South of France. Launched...
Al Lusail spotted in Gibraltar
On 27th October 2016, Lurssen launched Project Jupiter at its facility in Bremen,...
Cloud 9 captured in Venice
Recently delivered CRN Yachts vessel Cloud 9 has been captured in Venice...
Aviva spotted in Palma de Mallorca
German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen has launched the largest yacht in their...
Aurora spotted in Côte d'Azur
Lurssen has launched the 74-meter Aurora at their facility in Rendsburg,...
Jubilee spotted in Gibraltar
The 110-meter Jubilee has been delivered by Dutch-based Oceanco in July. Now...
Lady Lara spotted in Naples, Italy
91m megayacht Lady Lara, owned by Kazakh billionaire Alexander Machkevitch, has been...
Gene Machine spotted in Norway
Spotted in London and Amsterdam last month, 55-meter Gene Machine, delivered by...
Dilbar spotted in Porto Cervo, Italy
Previously spotted in Barcelona and the South of...

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Feadship Yacht W Damaged in Fire
A fire broke out in Fort Lauderdale's Bahia Mar Marina after an 8.5m boat caught fire after refuelling, with the flames spreading over the superyacht W (ex Larisa), built by Feadship in 2013. The 57.6m yacht had gone through a major refit in the Feadship home base of the Netherlands and was delivered to her new owner July 2020. The W hull was damaged by the fire, but it was successfully extinguished by twenty Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue firefighters. No injuries were reported.Video: Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue
Nautor’s Swan Debut in the Motor Yacht Market
Nautor’s Swan is launching a new project and entering the motor boat market with Swan Shadow. The Swan Shadow is broadening the range of vessels that the Finnish yard offers its customers and is perfectly aligned with the core elements of its brand: performance, quality and elegance.“For so many years we’ve been thinking about launching a power boat, but we always resisted this temptation until we really felt we had something really special and unique to present. And this is what is happening with Swan Shadow. She is full of the ingredients we believe in, and we are confident that we are going to make an important statement in the power yacht segment,” says Leonardo Ferragamo, Nautor’s Swan President.The new model is a multipurpose motor yacht concept able to reach a performance of up to 55 knots top speed.The design of Shadow incorporates features that customers might generally expect to see in larger full-custom or semi-custom yachts, features that are not too common in 40-foot powerboats. One of these features is a movable aft platform, transforming a visually simple design from a fixed platform to a swim platform or a passerelle. Another design feature is the addition of optional telescopic roof pillars and moving glass panels to create a convertible cabin. This allows the boat to be used either fully open or closed for privacy and comfort during bad weather. Swan Shadow has been conceived to easily accommodate an overnight or weekend trip to the archipelago. In keeping with the original aim of versatility and focusing on user experience, the layout also fits an additional crew cabin in the bow.According to the shipyard, this vessel is for more discerning owners of motor yachts or sailing yachts who are looking for a tender to their main vessels.The interior has been designed to ensure maximum comfort and style onboard, offering accommodation for either shorter day trips or longer cruises. The forward cabin is ideally suited for a couple. An additional crew cabin can be installed in the bow.The interior styling follows the timeless and classic style of Nautor’s Swan interiors, representing a pared-down design and simplified approach that focuses on the essentials: carefully designed and well-executed spaces created using top quality materials."The concept of Swan Shadow is coming from the interaction we have with our owners and discussion about the experience of sailing. The conclusion has been that the need for a ‘chase boat’ to provide an added dimension to Swan yacht ownership was becoming stronger and stronger." says Giovanni Pomati, Nautor Group CEO. "Today, with Swan Shadow, it seems we have managed to develop a new concept: she's not only a chase boat but a powerboat embodying the core values of Nautor's Swan, answering broader owner demands like lifestyle enhancement and pride of ownership and able to open up a wider market."Nautor’s Swan was founded in 1966 in Pietarsaari, Finland. The builder entered the superyacht market in 1999. Since then, the yard has continued building high-performance sailing yachts in three different lines; ClubSwan, Swan Yachts and Maxi Swan Yachts. Credits: Nautor’s Swan
Ferretti Group Publishes Its Sustainability Report
Ferretti Group has released its first sustainability report on corporate operations. The document formally testifies to the Group’s introduction of a virtuous pathway to minimise the environmental impact of its production processes and yachts, promoting better and wider ranging corporate social-responsibility measures. A materiality analysis has identified the topics with the greatest impact on business activities and the indicators to evaluate them, grouping them in four areas that will be examined each year in ever greater detail and used to measure the environmental and social performance of Ferretti Group: – Innovation and luxury: yachts– Environmental impact of the production process– Value for the local area– Human capitalFor Ferretti Group, sustainability starts with the quality and excellence that characterise the yachts it builds. Which is why research and development focus on the use of high-performance, sustainable materials and reducing energy consumption. The wood used in interior design is sourced from certified forests managed according to strict environmental, social and economic standards. The use of carbon fibre significantly reduces hull weight, resulting in yachts that are more efficient and consume less fuel. The research into hybrid engines and new technologies that reduce hull weight, as well as into improving the efficiency of shipyard activities is an important part of Group activity. In this sense, the ISO 14001 certification of the environmental management systems in place at the La Spezia site is the starting point for integrated management of the environmental impact of all production processes, as is the IMO Tier III certification obtained by CRN, the first shipyard in Italy to achieve this milestone, for a 62m megayacht. Also worthy of mention is the installation of the Ancona trigeneration plant to produce clean electric power, heating and cooling.Fundamental aspects are in the social sphere and include the impact on the local area, the entire supply chain and the central importance of human capital. Over 85% of Ferretti Group’s supply chain, which employs a total of more than 2,500 workers, is based in Italy and over 75% of the total economic value generated is distributed in the country. This contributes to job creation and the growth of the ecosystem of small and medium enterprises, including craft businesses, with which the Group has for years had a history of virtuous collaboration. This collaboration allows Group suppliers to develop specific processes and know-how and operate on global markets, generating development and innovation.As a result of all the measures that have been introduced, including the complete sanitisation of the production process right through to delivery, Ferretti Group has obtained RINA Biosafety Trust Certification, the first voluntary certification to prevent and control COVID infections, protecting over 1,500 workers, as well as customers. Finally, the Group has taken out an insurance policy covering all employees and providing protection in the event they test positive for the virus. This policy, which has been renewed for 2021, will be completed by another initiative to distribute 1,500 pulse oximeters to employees. “If we want to continue to grow steadily as a market leader, it is essential to address the economic, environmental and social impacts produced by our activities on the local areas where we operate. Successful sales efforts must go hand in hand with corporate responsibility,” commented Ferretti Group CEO Alberto Galassi. “In recent years, Ferretti Group has reported rapid growth and development, bringing beauty and innovation to the marine industry. We work with many different stakeholders and their sustainability needs and expectations are important in defining the measures we introduce from day to day to manage and mitigate the impact of our growth strategies. For this reason, and to testify to our corporate responsibility, we have decided to embark on a formal process that has led to the preparation of our first Sustainability Report. A first for Ferretti Group and a first for the Italian marine industry.”The Ferretti Group, led by Chief Executive Officer Alberto Galassi, is now one of the world’s leaders in the construction and sale of luxury yachts and pleasure vessels, with a unique portfolio of brands: Ferretti Yachts, Riva, Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft, CRN, Custom Line and Wally.Credits: Ferretti Group
The New Build 43m Mangusta Oceano Project Como Has Been Sold
Camper & Nicholsons have announced the sale of the 43m Mangusta Oceano in-build project Project Como.Como is planned for early delivery in the summer of 2021. Hull number 06 in the series comes complete with in-house exterior lines, styling and all Italian décor. The interior has some upgrades and personalisation such as stainless steel details, ebony joinery, high gloss lacquers and fine leather throughout. Both the exterior and interior were designed by Alberto Mancini Yacht Design. With her full displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure construction, this is a long-range ocean-going tri-deck yacht offering accommodation for up to twelve guests in five well-appointed cabins. There is a shaded guest lounging area with plunge pool at the foredeck, and, down aft, she boasts a spacious beach club with a bar and gym area along with a large swimming platform. She can reach speeds up to 15 knots and has a range in excess of 4,500 nautical miles at 11 knots. Her tender and toys are stored in a dedicated garage under the foredeck. Overmarine Group was founded in 1985 by the Balducci family. The shipyard builds open and displacement power superyachts under the Mangusta and Mangusta Oceanco brand names.Credits: Overmarine Group
Rossinavi Has Launched the 70m Explorer Polaris
The 70m ice explorer Polaris has been launched at the Rossinavi facility in Viareggio. The yacht, previously known as Project King Shark, is the largest yacht built by this Italian shipyard. The exterior and interior designs were made by Enrico Gobbi’s Team for Design. She has elegant lines and curved details, and some features have been added at the request of the owners: a private terrace on the owner's deck and a 6m infinity pool on the main aft deck. The 70m explorer can accommodate twelve guests and seventeen crew members. Polaris is able to navigate in extreme ice conditions, including in the Arctic. She’s able to move from the warm waters of the Caribbean to the sub-zero conditions of Antarctica. The harmonious design features of the yacht show the same emphasis on aesthetics and amenities as the technical abilities of the boat. Rossinavi is an Italian manufacturer of custom steel and aluminium superyachts 28m in size and larger. The Rossi shipyard was founded in the 1970s and is located in Viareggio.Credits: Rossinavi

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