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Phoenix2 spotted in Portofino, Italy
Lurssen superyacht, Phoenix2, has been recently spotted in Portofino, Italy, where...
Venus spotted in Mallorca
Venus, a 78 metre aluminum yacht, has been recently seen in Palma de Mallorca,...
How to charter a yacht in Portofino
Perhaps one of the most recognizable marinas in the world, Portofino is a key destination during...
Areti spotted in Kiel, Germany
The 85-meter Areti, formerly known as Project Sasha during her build, has...
Silver Fast spotted in the South of France
Silver Fast, launched by Silver Yachts in 2015, has been spotted cruising in the...
Gene Machine spotted in Amsterdam
Spotted in London last week, 55-meter Gene Machine, delivered by Dutch...
Gene Machine spotted in London
55-meter Gene Machine, delivered by Dutch shipyard Amels in 2013, has been...
Savannah spotted in Gibraltar
The most innovative yacht from Feadship, 83.5m Savannah, has been spotted in Gibraltar...
Fountainhead spotted in Copenhagen, Denmark
Feadship superyacht Fountainhead has been recently spotted in Copenhagen,...
Yacht economics: How much does it cost to charter a yacht on the French Rivera?
Sponsored by Bespoke Yacht Charter‘How long is a piece of string?’ is the quick answer to this...
Kismet spotted in Côte d'Azur
95.2m superyacht Kismet has been seen cruising in the South of France. She was built...
Adastra spotted in Gibraltar
42.5m Adastra, built by McConaghy in 2012, has been spotted in Gibraltar. The vessel...
Lady Lara spotted in Mykonos, Greece
91m megayacht Lady Lara, owned by Kazakh billionaire Alexander Machkevitch, has...
How to charter a yacht in New England
As most superyachts start rushing to their established cruising grounds in the Mediterranean, some...
S/Y A spotted in Formentera
142.8-meter S/Y A, the largest sail assisted motor yacht in the world, built for Russian...
Cloud 9 spotted in Bonifacio, France
Recently delivered CRN Yachts vessel Cloud 9 has been spotted in Bonifacio...
Cloud 9 spotted in Portofino
Recently delivered CRN Yachts vessel Cloud 9 has been spotted in...
Quantum Blue spotted in Saint Laurent Du Var
Lurssen superyacht Quantum Blue has been recently spotted in Saint Laurent Du...
Alfa Nero spotted in Antibes
As many other superyachts, Alfa Nero has been recently spotted cruising Côte d'Azur....
Global (ex Kismet) spotted in Monaco
Monaco and Côte d'Azur has always been an alluring spot for superyachts all over the world...
Cloud 9 spotted in Côte d'Azur
Recently delivered CRN Yachts vessel Cloud 9 has been spotted in the South...
Lionheart spotted in Ibiza
Benetti's largest yacht to date, Lionheart, has been spotted in Ibiza. Construction on the...
Faith spotted in Monaco
Recently delivered superyacht Faith has been recently spotted in the South of...
Symphony spotted in Monaco
101.5m Symphony has been recently spotted in Monaco. The superyacht was delivered in May 2015 and...

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Hard Times for Nobiskrug: The Shipyard Files for Insolvency
According to German media, the Nobiskrug has filed for insolvency. The Covid-19 pandemic made its mark on the shipyard’s financial performance, for example, it announced layoffs for 120 employees last year. According to Nobiskrug, the parent company Privinvest – an international shipbuilding group – had invested almost 180 million euros in Rendsburg in recent years in order to secure ongoing business without receiving a return. Privinvest will support its other shipbuilding units in Germany and try to secure as many jobs as possible there. Nobiskrug did not provide any further information.Economics Minister Bernd Buchholz (FDP) emphasized that the situation in the shipyard landscape is very difficult overall. He hoped for opportunities during the bankruptcy proceedings. "There are still various possibilities that can create prospects for the workforce and for the company itself," said the minister.German shipyard Nobiskrug was founded in 1905. Recognised today as one of the world’s foremost builders of spectacular fully custom superyachts, the shipyard is famous for the 92m Tatoosh, the award-winning 68m Sycara V, the 74m Mogambo, the 143m industry-changing Sailing Yacht A, and the environmentally innovative 80m Artefact.Credits: Nobiskrug
Model Y Tesla Yacht – What We Know Now
Tesla is all about innovation. With the massive changes they’ve made to the automotive and space industries, they couldn’t miss out on ocean exploration. At the end of 2017, Tesla announced the yacht project, Model Y.She’s going to be the world’s first electric, self-sustaining yacht. As a luxury vessel she will feature a range of amenities and perform in complete silence. With a length of 40 meters, her exterior is sharp and interior spacious.The design will follow Tesla’s principles and the ‘outside-the-box’ strategy. She looks massive from the outside, but she will have only two decks. The lower deck will have an open space for massive parties. A spacious spa will also be added. A lounge, bar, dining room and cabins are also planned. In terms of performance, she will be fast: speed and comfort all the way. A large solar panel will charge two lithium batteries to power the vessel. The yacht's turbine will take all incoming waves and movements and transform them into energy, which is then circulated through an electrical current that powers the yacht. It’s just a matter of time before the famous Tesla logo will be seen in marinas and the open sea.
The 85m explorer Victorious Has Been Launched in Turkey
The 85m explorer yacht Victorious has been launched at the AK Yachts facility in Turkey. This explorer, whose building process had been postponed for 14 years, can accommodate up to twenty guests in ten cabins and has a 200-square-meter beach club, gym, hammam and massage room. Powered by two Caterpillar (3512B) 1,495hp diesel engines, Victorious is capable of a top speed of 15 knots and cruises comfortably at 13 knots. Her interior was designed by the famous H2 Yacht Design (UK), andJonny Horsfield, the company’s founder noted “From starting a project to delivering some drawings and information to the shipyard could take 12 months on a normal build… we had to redesign the whole boat in three or four months.” AK Yachts was founded in 2017 in Turkey. Their main focus is building exceptional quality yachts with uncompromised value. Credits: H2 Yacht Design
Palma Superyacht Show 2021: The Latest Updates
The upcoming Palma Superyacht Show (June 3–6) will be the very first European boat show to take place since October 2020. We will see the modern classic schooner Borkumriff IV built by Royal Huisman, an ultra-sleek, award-winning Massimo Verme design (35,2m Il Gattopardo), a fast and furious luxury Sunseeker (26,3m Rush X) and a timeless race-winning Wally Yacht (30,63m S/Y Alexia).Numerous first-time exhibitors are expected. Although reputable companies like Propspeed, Dinnteco and Sentio may be new to the event, they’ve certainly been around the yachting block. Their seasoned specialists can tell captains and engineers everything they need to know about the best foul-release coatings, lightning protection, and problem-solving strategies.The usual suspects that crew members and owners may want to add to their must-visit list include all-rounders Hill Robinson, yacht lighting specialists Applelec Marine and A2B Marine Projects.James Brill, one of A2B Marine Projects’ skilled consultants, said the team members “are very much looking forward to being able to participate in this year’s Palma Superyacht Show. After a year full of conference calls, it will be a pleasure to have the opportunity to meet people in person again. We hope to see a lot of familiar and new faces at the show".Applelec Marine's International Project Director Darren Thrower is of the same mind, saying that the show is a "great opportunity to show existing and prospective clients our illumination products – and in the flesh at last!"Loyal exhibitors like Astilleros de Mallorca, the IPM Group, Nautipaints, and Port Adriano were quick to secure their stand for the 2021 edition, just as they’ve done every year since the show’s 2013 inception.We can’t wait to join. Credits: Palma Superyacht Show
Image Gallery: More About Alva Yachts Ocean Eco 90 Interior
Ocean Eco 90 Explorer is solar-assisted electric long-range cruiser with the added feature of extra space on the upper deck. At 27.5m, this yacht has an impressive 14m beam; the lower deck houses four cabins for guests and three for the crew.Her estimated cruising speed is 8–10 knots and top speed is 16–18 knots. See new images of the interior below.OE 90 main saloonOE 90 main saloon OE 90 master cabin OE 90 master cabinOE 90 master cabin at nightAlva Yachts was founded in Germany in early 2020 by Mathias May and Holger Henn. It was built on the former PICA yachts, which has launched more than 40 boats. Credits: Alva Yachts

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