Radiant - @stuhottohandle



Built by Lurssen in 2009 to a famous Tim Heywood exterior design, Radiant has a length of 110m, a beam of 16.2m and a draft of 4.6m. With a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, these metrics add up to a gross tonnage of 5,027 tones.

Vava II - @superyachts_gibraltar



The largest privately owned yacht to be built in Britain features the exterior design by Redman Whiteley Dixon , whilst Remi Tessier styled her interior. According to the Seattle Times, the superyacht costs $160 million and boasts a helicopter landing pad, a swimming pool and six decks. Built by Devonport, 96m Vava II can comfortably accommodate up to 36 guests. The owners of this vessel are Ernesto Bertarelli and his wife, a former Miss U.K. Kristy Bertarelli. 

Musashi - @kdewet via @Feadship



Musashi is a 87.78m motor yacht built by Feadship in 2011. With a beam of 16.50m and a draft of 4.10m, she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 2463 tones. Musashi is powered by MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines of 3650hp each, capable of reaching a maximum speed of 21 knots and cruise at 18 knots for 6000 nautical miles. She can accommodate 18 guests in 9 cabins with an interior design by Sinot Yacht Design and an exterior design by De Voogt

Seven Seas - Julien Hubert



Owned by Steven Spielberg, 86m Seven Seas was built by Oceanco in 2010. She can accommodate 12 guests in 7 cabins with an interior and exterior design by Nuvolari & Lenard. Seven Seas is powered by MTU engines of 4680hp each, capable of reaching a maximum speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. 

Lady Lara - @clairek_travelling_love



Lady Lara is a 91m yacht, built by Lurssen in 2015. Her exterior and interior design were done by Reymond Langton. The superyacht's noticeable features include VIP suites with fold-down balconies, a large beach club, a gym, Jacuzzi, a swimming pool and even a helipad. 

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80m Nobiskrug Project 790 on the move
Kiel-based shipyard, Nobiskrug has launched their new 80-meter Project 790, moving its hull from their Kiel facility to their superyacht hall in Rendsburg. The yacht is scheduled to be delivered in 2019.Project 790's keel was laid back in March of this year, the 80m is being built to a design by Gregory C. Marshall. The next stage for the development of the yacht, scheduled for delivery in 2019, will be interior fittings set to take place at Nobiskrug's Rendsburg facility.Nobiskrug has recently become most famous for their 141.8-meter S/Y A, which they delivered to Russian billionaire, Andrei Melnichenko, earlier this year.
Graeme Hart's 107m Ulysses has been sold
Listed for sale back by New Zealand's richest man, Graeme Hart, back in 2016, the 107-meter explorer, Ulysses has now been sold after over a year on the market. Although the final price remains unknown, the yacht was asking $195 million at the time of the sale.Hart had placed the order for the 107-meter Ulysses back in 2013, with designers at the time saying that he had chosen Kleven due to its quality standards, delivery times and price point. Later in November 2014, Hart placed the order for the 116-meter.I am very pleased with the quality of the work that has been done by Kleven, and how our organizations have worked together to bring this exciting project to life.Graeme Hart in November 2014Capable of accommodating 30 guests in 15 cabins, the H2-designed yacht carries a crew of 40. Powered by Caterpillar engines, Ulysses has a maximum speed of 16.8 knots and can cruise at 15 knots.Amongst the yacht's key features are a 21m tender, lifted by specially designed cranes onto the foredeck, an 11m x 5m swimming pool, a large jacuzzi, a sauna, a gym and a massage room. Ulysses' garage is packed with toys from motorcycles to surfboards.Ulysses therefore becomes the largest brokerage yacht sold so far in 2017, overtaking the 85-meter Lurssen, Solandge sold earlier this year at an asking price of €155 million. The sale closed in a particularly competitive landscape for brokerage megayachts, with the 110-meter Jubilee currently looking for a buyer as well as the 110-meter Ona, formerly known as Dilbar.
39m explorer yacht Safira listed for sale
Built to handle most challenging waters, the 39.3-meter superyacht Safira equipped with and ice-strenghened hull is ready to venture with her future owner almost anywhere in the world and with maximum comfort, according to Camper & Nicholsons' report. She is asking $18,9 million.Built in 2013 to comply to ABS and MCA standards of safety and pollution prevention, and last refitted in 2015, Safira is a high specification vessel that boasts a 8000 nautical mile range at a speed of 8.5 knots. Her powerful engines can run on 15% biodiesel and the decks are made of eco-friendly teak, which resembles teak. Furthermore, every single element of her contemporary and sophisticated interior design is elaborated in materials with a limited environmental impact, such as reclaimed oak and forest certified sapele. Even the stonework in her guest bathrooms is made from remnants from her owner’s previous projects. Safira is designed as an ideal yacht for socializing with family and friends thanks to her vast relaxation and dining areas throughout her communal guests spaces. The superyacht offers accommodation for up to 12 guests in five en suite cabins, including a full beam master. Her amenities include everything expected for long-range luxury cruising, like a fully equipped gym and and a choice of watertoys for the younger guests.
Amels to build a new 78-metre full custom yacht
Dutch shipyard, Amels has confirmed that it will start building a 78-meter custom yacht designed by Espen Oeino. The yacht will become the shipyard's largest by gross tonnage and the first collaboration between Amels and Oeino.Acquired in 1991 by DAMEN Shipyards, Amels was established in 1918 and underwent several changes of ownership in the 1980s, including a brief period of time when it was owned by Donald Trump. The yard's most recent breakout success came with the Limited Edition series, made up of 6 models from 55 to 83 metres with exterior by Tim Heywood. The line became one of the most successful in the 50m+ range, with over 28 yachts sold.In 2014, Amels announced that it would create a Custom Yachts division, with the idea in mind to build bespoke yachts up to 110 meters in length. The first known iteration of this becomes the 78-meter Oeino-designed yacht that it plans to deliver in 2021.Although smaller in length than Amels' flagship 83,5m Here Comes The Sun, the new yacht will have an interior volume of over 2,850GT and therefore more than its flagship launched in 2016.
69m Feadship Samaya under sea trials
Launched in September of this year, the 69-meter Feadship, Samaya has now embarked on sea trials according to new social media footage. Designed by RWD, she will become one of the 200 largest yachts in the world upon her delivery.Accommodating up to 12 guests across a master suite, a VIP cabin and four guest staterooms, Samaya carries a crew of 16. Amongst her features are a diving center with a nitrox-enriched air system, several Seabobs and relevant equipment.Samaya was launched following nearly 3 years of development, following Asia-based broker Lee Marine introducing the client to Feadship, with the project growing by five meters during this stage.From a technical standpoint, Samaya is powered by a pair of CAT 312C engines that give her a maximum range of 5,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 16,4 knots.Photos via Feadship and Rudy Wijn