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Night Fury II Launched by Columbus Yachts
Columbus Yachts proudly announces the launch of the first unit of its Atlantique model, the magnificent Night Fury II, marking the beginning of a new era in luxury seafaring. Amidst a jubilant ceremony attended by the Owner and their family, Night Fury II emerged from the shipyard as a testament to unparalleled craftsmanship and design.Crafted with precision and passion, Night Fury II, a Columbus Atlantique 43-meter vessel, features a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, embodying elegance and performance in every detail. Designed by the renowned Hot Lab studio, the exterior and interior reflect the "Architecture for Voyagers" philosophy, offering a harmonious blend of style, functionality, and comfort tailored for extraordinary sea journeys.The exterior design evokes the fluidity of a sailing yacht, with soft, organic lines and a sleek profile reminiscent of a smoothly sculpted shell. The innovative "sailing-type" stern features a central swimming pool surrounded by a captivating C-shaped seating area, creating an immersive experience close to the water's edge.Inside, Night Fury II welcomes guests with expansive living spaces, seamlessly integrating with the surrounding seascape. The main and upper decks provide panoramic views and ample relaxation areas, ensuring unparalleled comfort for the Owner and their guests.Accommodating up to 12 guests in 6 luxurious cabins, including 2 VIP cabins and 4 double cabins, Night Fury II offers unrivaled comfort and privacy. Additionally, the crew quarters provide accommodation for up to 8 crew members, ensuring impeccable service throughout the voyage.Equipped with twin Cat C32 Acert engines delivering exceptional power and performance, Night Fury II achieves a maximum speed of 15.5 knots, allowing for swift and smooth cruising across the seas.As Night Fury II sets sail into the horizon, guided by Ocean Drive, it epitomizes the pinnacle of luxury exploration, promising unforgettable adventures on the high seas for its fortunate Owner and guests.Palumbo Superyachts began to take root in 2008, when the Columbus Yachts brand was established, and in 2011 launched its first 54 meter superyacht, emblematically christened “Prima” (“the First”). Currently, Palumbo Superyachts comprises a representative office in Monaco and a logistics network of five shipyards in the Mediterranean (Ancona, Malta, Marseille, Naples, and Savona), and also operates the following brands: ISA Yachts, Extra Yachts, Columbus Yachts, Mondomarine and Palumbo SY Refit.Credits: Columbus Yachts
Sanlorenzo To Attend Palma International Boat Show
Nestled at the picturesque Moll Vell marina, the Palma International Boat Show promises a showcase of maritime elegance and innovation from April 25th to 28th, 2024. Among the standout exhibits are two exceptional yachts from Sanlorenzo and two groundbreaking crafts from Bluegame, a subsidiary of Sanlorenzo.SP110Sanlorenzo Yachts UK presents the Sanlorenzo SP110 and SD96, along with the Bluegame BGX63 and BG54. These four vessels epitomize Sanlorenzo's commitment to innovative design, impeccable craftsmanship, and sustainable practices.SP110Nick Hatfield, Sales Manager at Sanlorenzo Yachts UK, expresses excitement about the show, stating, "With its 40th Anniversary celebrations, this year’s Palma International Boat Show is shaping up to be one of the largest on-water boat shows in Europe in 2024 and will be well worth the short flight from the UK to Mallorca."SD96The Sanlorenzo SP110, the first model in the Smart Performance line, offers a perfect blend of performance and comfort. With a cruising speed of 35 knots (max. 40 knots), it accommodates up to eight guests and five crew members. Its chic interiors by Lissoni & Partners and eco-conscious power package set new standards in the sports yacht market.BGX63Meanwhile, the Sanlorenzo SD96, inspired by the trans-Atlantic liners of the 1930s, combines luxury with functionality. Built over three decks, it accommodates up to ten guests and five crew members without compromising on performance. Advanced hull design and cutting-edge technology ensure smooth cruising and exceptional maneuverability.BG54The Bluegame BGX63 and BG54 redefine yacht design with their distinctive layouts and cutting-edge technology. The BGX63 offers an unparalleled connection to the water, while the BG54 boasts class-leading ergonomics and functionality, making them both standout choices for adventurous yacht enthusiasts.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
75m XP75 Unveiled by Nauta Design
In a realm where innovation meets luxury, Nauta Design's Martino Majno unveils the dream motor yacht of every explorer's fantasy – the Nauta XP75. Stretching an impressive 75 meters in length and boasting a beam of 12.8 meters, the XP75 transcends the boundaries of traditional exploration vessels. This project, meticulously engineered by Azure Naval Architects, epitomizes the pinnacle of maritime sophistication, with a comprehensive 200-page specification document cementing its readiness for construction.Crafted with an unwavering commitment to flexibility, the XP75 emerges as an Ice Class yacht, designed to navigate temperatures ranging from -20°C to 40°C, ensuring seamless voyages from the Arctic to the Caribbean. A testament to its eco-conscious ethos, extensive studies have been conducted to optimize operational efficiency and minimize fuel consumption. Innovative features such as double-glazed windows for heat retention and engine cooling water recycling underscore its dedication to sustainability.The XP75's exterior exudes a rugged masculinity, tempered with Nauta's signature elegance and refinement. Embracing the philosophy of 'less is more,' the vessel's clean lines and chamfered edges epitomize understated sophistication. Meticulously curated exterior details, including precisely positioned Z-shaped fashion plates and a sleek, dark-painted bridge, lend the vessel a low-slung silhouette, despite its substantial 1,900 GT volume.Designed to accommodate 12 discerning guests and 24 crew members, the XP75 blends opulence with practicality. A meticulously planned layout ensures luxurious comfort, with separate walk-in fridge-freezers, a dry store, and a laundry and linen store catering to the vessel's autonomous vocation. The lower deck boasts a 150-square-meter garage, housing three tenders, a mini-submarine, and an array of water toys. Meanwhile, the 'Sea Lounge' offers a tranquil retreat, complete with a sauna, beauty salon, and hammam.The upper deck is dedicated to the owner's exclusive use, featuring a forward-facing stateroom with panoramic views and a private deck with a hot tub. An innovative telescopic mast and covered mooring deck transform the foredeck into a helipad, while the sky lounge and aft deck provide idyllic settings for entertainment and dining.Ascending to the sundeck reveals an unrivaled vantage point, boasting a third pool with a mesmerizing waterfall feature. Surrounded by plush sunpads and shaded seating, this oasis epitomizes relaxation and indulgence amidst the open seas.With its impressive specifications, including a length overall of 74.85 meters, a maximum beam of 12.80 meters, and a gross tonnage of 1,900 GT, the Nauta XP75 stands as a beacon of luxury exploration. Its diesel-electric or hybrid propulsion options, coupled with its environmentally conscious design, ensure a seamless blend of performance, sustainability, and unparalleled comfort on the high seas.Credits: Nauta Design
Silent-Yachts: Resilience and Renewal Under New Ownership
Under new ownership, Silent-Yachts has emerged from financial challenges with renewed vigor and determination. Led by new majority owner Michael Said, the company has embarked on a path of growth and innovation, buoyed by fresh funding and a solid management team.SY60 (credits: Alberto Cocchi)Michael Said, an American-German investor and a Silent-Yachts client himself, has acquired the assets of Silent-Yachts, including the intellectual property and the shipyard Silent Italia in Fano, through his acquisition vehicle Helios Yacht Investments GmbH. His timely intervention ensured that funding remained available, preserving 140 jobs and allowing progress on existing orders for the Silent 62.Michael SaidThe first of these newly launched Silent 62 3-Deck yachts marks a milestone in the company's journey under new ownership. With seven more scheduled for completion this year and plans for an 80-footer in 2025, Silent-Yachts is poised for significant expansion and development.Fabrizio IarreraLeading the charge is new CEO Fabrizio Iarrera, a seasoned figure in the Italian yachting sector. Under his leadership, the company has undergone restructuring and is now positioned for a bright future. "Silent-Yachts is known for its innovative technology in electric catamarans," says Iarrera, emphasizing the brand's commitment to pushing boundaries in the industry.Supported by a board of shareholders and vice chairman Steve Bell, Silent-Yachts aims to fulfill its current orders while also planning for future production slots. The focus remains on delivering exceptional yachts and providing top-notch service and support to clients worldwide.Steve BellLooking ahead, Iarrera expresses confidence in the team's ability to excel in the market and maintain Silent-Yachts' reputation as a pioneer in electric catamarans. With a streamlined operation and a dedicated workforce, the company is poised to navigate towards a bright and prosperous future.Silent-Yachts is producing the world’s first fully solar-sustainable oceangoing production catamaran yachts. They are powered exclusively by solar energy and capable of cruising up to 100 miles per day. In 2009, founders Heike and Michael Köhler, who have spent 6,000 days cruising more than 75,000 miles all around the world, launched the Solarwave 46, the first fully self-sufficient blue-water catamaran after years of testing solar-powered propulsion, and they have been building boats ever since. Credits: Silent-Yachts
Ancasta Represents the Fleet at Spring Yacht Shows
Ancasta is set to make waves this spring with its diverse fleet showcased at key boat shows across the UK and Europe. With an array of vessels ranging from Rigid Inflatable Boats (RIBs) to high-performance cruisers, both motor and sail, as well as fully customized luxury boats, Ancasta promises an exciting lineup for boating enthusiasts.Prestige F4"Stepping aboard and exploring a boat firsthand is the best way to truly experience it," remarks Will Blair, Ancasta’s Group Marketing Director, highlighting the importance of providing a wide selection of vessels for prospective buyers to discover their perfect match. Scorpion StingThe spring show season commences with the South Coast & Green Tech Boat Show in Southampton from April 19-21. Ancasta will present a variety of global brands, including Beneteau sail and power, Lagoon catamarans, Protector, and Scorpion RIBs, offering attendees a firsthand look at their impressive offerings.Among the showcased models is the Gran Turismo 45 from Beneteau, a sleek and sporty express cruiser boasting functionality, performance, and comfort. With its Air Step hull design and retractable hardtop, the Gran Turismo 45 promises an exhilarating cruising experience.Beneteau First 44Replacing the outgoing 47 model, the Swift Trawler 48 is another highlight. This mid-range semi-displacement flybridge cruiser features stylish profiles and contemporary interiors, offering panoramic views and ample space for leisure and entertainment.The Oceanis 37.1 and the First 44 from Beneteau, along with the Lagoon 42, Protector 310 Targa, and Protector 310 Chase, are among the other noteworthy models on display, showcasing innovation and versatility.Gran Turismo 45Following the Southampton show, Ancasta will host the Beneteau Customer Sea Trials in Port Ginesta, near Barcelona, from April 17-21. This five-day event allows prospective buyers to test a wide range of Beneteau models in actual navigable conditions before making a purchase decision.Next on the agenda is the Palma International Boat Show in Mallorca from April 25-28, where Ancasta will exhibit a premier selection of luxury power brand models, including the Prestige M48, Prestige F4, Prestige X60, and the magnificent Prestige M8.Prestige X60Finally, the British Motor Yacht Show in Swanwick, Southampton, from May 16-19, will see Ancasta showcasing top models from Bluegame, Prestige, Beneteau motor yachts, Protector, and Scorpion RIBs, offering attendees a glimpse into the latest innovations and designs in the boating world.Credits: Ancasta International Boat Sales

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