Sunreef Yachts has made waves with the recent launch of the highly anticipated 80 Sunreef Power Eco. This custom-built catamaran, constructed at the Gdansk shipyard in Poland, showcases state-of-the-art green technologies that prioritize environmental friendliness and energy efficiency.



Equipped with two 360kW motors and a substantial 990kWh battery capacity, the 80 Sunreef Power Eco utilizes the groundbreaking Sunreef Yachts High Power Super Catamaran technology, incorporating a Fully Integrated Composite Structural Panel. This innovative design allows the catamaran to navigate autonomously using clean energy.



The commissioning of this catamaran was entrusted to a sustainability-minded family of experienced yachtsmen who sought the perfect motor eco-yacht. With energy-efficient air conditioning and intelligent energy management systems, this electric yacht sets new benchmarks for eco-cruising. 



The interior of the catamaran reflects the owner's personal style, featuring four spacious cabins adorned with elegant contemporary furnishings and a tasteful neutral color palette that beautifully complements the striking bronzish-gold hull. 



Sunreef Yachts was founded by Francis Lapp in 2002 in Gdansk, Poland. Since then, the shipyard has been designing and manufacturing luxury sailing and power multihulls. 

Credits: Sunreef Yachts

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A Closer Look at New Pershing GTX80
Pershing has unveiled the latest addition to its GTX series, the Pershing GTX80. This new model emphasizes a seamless integration of interior and exterior spaces, enhancing onboard comfort and providing a unique cruising experience. The Pershing GTX80 continues the brand’s tradition of combining high performance with sportiness.Measuring under 24 meters in length with a 5.8-meter beam, the GTX80 is a collaboration between the Ferretti Group Product Strategy Committee, Vallicelli Design, and the Group’s Engineering Department. The yacht features two decks and a sportbridge, offering accommodation for up to eight guests across four cabins. The design focuses on a balanced proportion between superstructure and hull, achieving architectural harmony in a sports motor yacht of this size.The exterior design showcases Pershing's signature style with innovative features. The hull profile includes a near-vertical bow and a continuous, slightly convex sheer line. The bulwarks, lightened by a longitudinal slot, incorporate winches and convert into lateral terraces. The hull's elegant lines contrast Pershing grey with a darker shade on the superstructure and polished carbon on the hard top, creating a visually appealing palette.The main deck is split into two levels. The first level, dedicated to water contact, features a 28 m² beach area with lateral terraces that open electrically. The stern platform offers three positions: default, tender launch, and a raised position to integrate with the aft living area. The second level includes a 14 m² cockpit with a dining area and a direct connection to the indoor galley, enhancing the indoor-outdoor flow. The salon's interior layout comes in two versions, emphasizing either informal or formal dining arrangements.The lower deck can be configured with four cabins and four en suite bathrooms or a dinette and day head instead of a fourth guest cabin. The full-beam master suite features distinctive cloud-effect sky blue leather panelling and a sophisticated lighting design. Guest cabins ensure privacy and comfort, while the crew area, accessed from the cockpit, provides accommodation for crew members.The sundeck spans 23 m², offering significant space compared to other yachts in its category. The deck includes a full-beam sunpad, a dining area, and an optional carbon fabric hard-top. The exterior helm station can accommodate up to three pilot chairs and two monitors.Powered by three 1,000 mhp Volvo Penta D13 IPS1350 engines, the Pershing GTX80 reaches a top speed of 34 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots. The yacht features advanced technological systems, including Volvo IPS electro-hydraulic steering, Humphree trim stabilizers, and optional Seakeeper gyroscopic stabilizers, ensuring a smooth and efficient ride. The yacht is CE Class A certified.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.Credit: Ferretti Group
New Appointment: Rosaria Senese Became Sales Manager at Cantiere Mimì
Cantiere Mimì, a company renowned for its gozzo boats with ultra-lightweight planing hulls and reduced fuel consumption, has appointed Rosaria Senese as the new Sales Manager. This family-run business, founded in 1975 by Salvatore Senese, has grown from a small local firm into an international benchmark in its market segment.The company remains under the control of the founding family, now in its fourth generation. Domenico Senese, Salvatore’s son, serves as CEO and oversees new projects and international markets, while Massimo Senese manages production and customer relations. Rosaria Senese, Domenico’s daughter, has gradually taken on more responsibilities within the company and is now focused on strengthening the brand’s commercial strategy in Italy.Rosaria SeneseRosaria has been involved in the business from a young age, attending industry trade fairs and contributing to key projects such as the Walkaround line. Born in 2001 and passionate about boats since childhood, Rosaria is proud to take on her new role. "With the internationalisation of our production and rising demand, it was natural for me to take on more responsibility," she comments.Rosaria’s main task as Sales Manager is to oversee production in Italy. She is committed to continuing the legacy of her great-grandfather, Domenico "Mimì" Senese, who began building and hiring out small boats. "Our company's success is not just due to passion but also to our blend of experience and innovation," she says.Cantiere Mimì’s yard now occupies 7,000 square meters and employs advanced technologies such as 3D boat design and CNC milling machines. The use of solid teak, seasoned and shaped by hand, and ultra-lightweight hulls that reduce power requirements by 30%, are key factors in the company’s success. The modern and functional designs by Valerio Rivellini further enhance the brand’s reputation for quality and innovation.The company was founded in 1975 by Salvatore Senese, who is still present in the shipyard today. The company's tradition is handed down to the new generations, among whom is the figure of his son Domenico, who assiduously works on perfecting existing products by combining experience and innovation. The company’s exports the brand production to Europe and Asia.Credits: Cantiere Mimi
New Flagship CLX99 Unveiled by CL Yachts
CL Yachts has introduced the CLX99, the latest addition to its CLX range, bringing innovative form, function, and style to the superyacht market. Following the debut of the CLX96 at FLIBS 2022, the CLX99 builds on its predecessor’s design and performance, reflecting the company’s rich 150-year heritage while focusing on future advancements. The design, conceived by Milan-based Jozeph Forakis of forakis…design, continues to emphasize function and bold aesthetics, inspired by rugged workboats.The new CLX99 retains the core ethos of the CLX96 but offers expanded interior and exterior spaces, refined design elements, and features tailored to meet the demands of European and Asian markets. Martin Lo, Director of CL Yachts, confirms that while the hull remains the same, significant changes include an extended beach area, increased overall length to 100 feet, and improvements in naval architecture, layout, and materials.The main deck has been extended by two meters, reconfiguring the interior to include a spacious dining room and adjacent galley with portside crew access. The lower deck offers five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite, two VIP doubles, and two guest twin/double cabins, all ensuite. The crew area has been redesigned to accommodate up to five crew members, ensuring noise insulation from the owner’s suite.The sundeck, skylounge, and flybridge helm have been modified for better proportions and enhanced luxury. The skylounge has been extended by over three meters, with the helm separated from the guest saloon, allowing the captain to operate without disturbing guests. The area features large glass panels for 360-degree panoramic views and sliding doors connecting the spaces.The aft section of the yacht now includes large drop-down bulwarks that create generous sea terraces. The beach and swim platform offer more storage and the option for a spa pool on the foredeck. The reconfigured hull windows provide cleaner lines, enhancing the yacht’s profile.Jozeph Forakis highlights the interior design's focus on smooth, rounded lines inspired by natural elements like pebble beaches. The CLX99 aims to deliver an uncompromising superyacht experience, combining intelligent design with practical functionality to meet the diverse demands of global yachting markets.“With the CLX96, we pushed the boundaries of conventional yacht design,” Forakis states. “The CLX99 takes those elements further, offering new dimensions of style, function, and practicality. It is beautifully balanced, wonderfully proportioned, and architecturally refined, epitomizing nautical luxury for owners, guests, and charterers alike.”CL Yachts’ goal is to offer unparalleled experiences to the modern explorer. The luxury performance brand stands apart from its competitors thanks to its unique approach to design – driven by CL Yacht’s core value of innovation. Fusing progressive design with engineering prowess and state-of-the-art technology, every element of CL Yachts’ vessels are meticulously geared to steer luxury into uncharted territories.Credits: CL Yachts
Flexplorer 146 Mat Launched by Cantiere delle Marche
The Flexplorer 146 Mat represents a significant advancement in the Flexplorer series. While retaining the core concept of the Flexplorer line, Mat introduces notable changes in equipment, layout, and accommodation compared to its predecessor, Maverick, delivered last month. This vessel exemplifies the series' adaptability to meet diverse owner specifications.Ennio Cecchini, Executive Chairman and Founder of Cantiere delle Marche, highlights the Flexplorer line's versatility: “With the Flexplorer line, we transform semi-custom explorer yachts into fully custom masterpieces. Owners can personalize every aspect, from the number of decks to the yacht’s design, naval architecture, and engineering. This extensive customization defines our semi-custom concept.”Mat maintains the robust, exploration-ready aesthetic typical of the series but has a sleeker profile due to one less deck. Unlike previous models, it lacks the iconic A-frame crane, opting instead for an "invisible crane" integrated into the sun deck overhang. This crane, initially seen on the RJ series, retracts into its compartment after use, allowing the aft deck to transform into a spacious lounging area with collapsible bulwarks.Hydro Tec designed Mat’s exterior, naval architecture, and engineering, while Nauta Design crafted the interiors. Mario Pedol, founder of Nauta Design, describes Mat’s interiors as spacious and balanced, featuring large windows that enhance the indoor-outdoor connection. The clean, refined interior architecture uses natural materials and light colors, creating a pleasant living environment.Mat, with a gross tonnage of 475 GT, offers generous social and private spaces for up to ten guests across three decks and a sun deck. A crew of nine ensures smooth operations and guest comfort. The yacht measures 44.50 meters in length and has a displacement of 445 tons. It is equipped with 65,000-liter fuel tanks powering twin Caterpillar C32 engines, each producing 746 kW. This setup allows for a top speed of 14 knots and a range of over 5,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.CdM's story begins in 2010. The facilities cover an overall surface of 16˙000 square meters, including 7˙000 sq. m of workshops and 1˙000 sq. m of docks. Since 2015, the shipyard has been the world’s leading builder of explorer yachts. Based in Ancona, Cantiere delle Marche builds yachts from 26m to 43m in length.Credits: CdM
Zuccon International Project Wins 2024 Compasso d’Oro
Bernardo and Martina Zuccon have received the prestigious 2024 Compasso d’Oro for their design of the Sanlorenzo SP110. The Compasso d’Oro, awarded by the Associazione per il Disegno Industriale (ADI), is recognized as the world's oldest and most authoritative industrial design award. The ceremony took place at the ADI Design Museum in Milan.The SP110 project was honored for its innovative approach to yacht design, combining new proportions, a balance of transparent and opaque surfaces, and novel living solutions. The design emphasizes sustainability in construction and use, reflecting the Zuccon International Project’s commitment to continuous innovation.Bernardo ZucconThe jury's citation praised the SP110 for its concept of a "floating home" and its impact on both yachting and architecture. It was selected from 32 products and services in the 2022 and 2023 ADI Design Index. The SP110's strategic focus on renewing production processes in the yacht sector was highlighted as a significant achievement.“For our firm, this award is our most important achievement in design, and we feel honored to receive it for the SP110, a project that explores new ideas in on-board living,” said Bernardo Zuccon, who accepted the award in person. He also noted the successful collaboration with Sanlorenzo, a partnership that has been ongoing for years.Established in 1954 by Gio Ponti, the Compasso d’Oro has recognized approximately 370 projects over 70 editions. The inclusion of the Sanlorenzo SP110 in this esteemed group underscores the growth and innovation in yacht design, marking a significant milestone for Zuccon International Project, founded by Gianni Zuccon and Paola Galeazzi.Credits: Zuccon International Project