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Beiderbeck Designs unveils 90m superyacht concept
Bremen-based design studio Beiderbeck Designs has recently presented their latest 90m superyacht...
Admiral’s 75m explorer project 575 in build
The Italian Sea Group is pleased to present Admiral's innovative explorer yacht known as...
Here Comes The Sun captured in Vlissingen, the Netherlands
The largest Amels superyacht to date hit the water at the end of June...
Why Fincantieri is being sued for €20.9 million over Serene
As you might know, The New York Times has recently named the owner of 134-meter...
Columbus Yachts to display Eleonora III in Fort Lauderdale
Columbus Yachts, a brand of the Italian Palumbo Group S.p.A., is proud to announce the official...
Sanlorenzo hands over SD112 Kathleen to Scottish couple
The Sanlorenzo SD112 Kathleen yacht marks the debut of the Citterio Viel studio in the...
Take a closer look at 44.2m Feadship Moon Sand
The 44.20-metre Moon Sand was launched in April 2015. The project showcases a...
Perini Navi reveals 47m sloop design
Perini Navi has unveiled the renderings for a new 47m sloop design. It has design lines by...
Feadship Aquarius leaving Rotterdam for her North Sea trials
92-meter Aquarius (Project Touchdown) was launched by Feadship one month ago....
S/Y A under sail for the first time
Two weeks ago we had reported that S/Y A was back from her sea trials. Now the vessel,...
CCN Yachting and AES Yacht unveil their latest project Day's
CCN Yachting in cooperation with the Turkish shipyard AES Yacht reveals their latest project M/Y...
New York Times names the owner of megayacht Serene
The New York Times has named the owner of 134-meter Serene to be Mohammed bin...
Take a closer look at the Motor Yacht of the Year
At the 2016 ShowBoats Design Awards, Savannah won no less than three prestigious awards:...
70m Tankoa Yachts S701 sold
Tankoa Yachts has announced the sale of its second 70 metre hull, S701. Francesco...
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New photos of Holland's largest yacht to date
Dutch Yachting has shared the new photos of the latest Oceanco sailing yacht Y712.106m...
Feadship Aquarius spotted in Rotterdam Waalhaven
92-meter Aquarius (Project Touchdown) was launched by Feadship one month ago....
55m explorer yacht under construction at RMK Marine
Istanbul-based yacht builder RMK Marine has announced that construction of project XXL, a 55m...
Pride Mega Yachts introduce 92m superyacht concept
Chinese shipyard Pride Mega Yachts has collaborated with Dubai-based yacht designer Cyrille Bieri...
Sunseeker superyacht King Power to be delivered to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha soon
The Daily Mail has revealed the owner of 35.2m Sunseeker 116 superyacht, which is...
Mulder Design presents 72m superyacht concept
Dutch studio Mulder Design has revealed a new superyacht concept in Monaco. This 72m yacht’s...
The story behind Savannah's metallic-painted coating revealed
When Savannah won the Motor Yacht of the Year prize at the World Superyacht Awards and...
Evo Yachts 43 arrives in Spain
Launched in November 2015 at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the Evo 43 is the first model from...
Aston Martin AM37 powerboat made its official debut
Aston Martin and Dutch boat builder Quintessence Yachts revealed the 37-foot Aston Martin AM37...


More Details About the First All-Aluminum WiLder 60 Unveiled by Wider
The WiLder 60 is generating widespread excitement as it nears its launch at Wider's shipyard in Italy. This 18.9-meter all-aluminum performance cruiser has a focus on both onboard comfort and captivating design, and combines dynamic features with refined finishing.The yacht's layout features a forward party deck, central helm, and aft social deck with sunbeds, seating, and alfresco dining. The interior is fully customized, with the owner choosing two guest cabins amidships and an owner's suite in the bow area. The helm area leads to a saloon equipped with a designer galley cabinet and a relaxation area. The owner's suite has luxurious leathers, and glossy lacquer accents that reflect the yacht's striking exterior lines.Throughout the interior, a sophisticated blend of materials, including leather, marble, and fine gloss finishes, creates an ambiance of refined luxury. The WiLder 60 exemplifies the craftsmanship and high living experience synonymous with Wider's yacht and superyacht projects.The first all-aluminum WiLder 60 will be powered by twin MAN V8 1300 engines linked to surface drives, which will deliver cruising speeds of 35 knots and a top speed in excess of 40 knots. With a range of more than 325 nautical miles she will be able to take the party wherever her owners desire.“We wanted to challenge the idea that a yacht with a sporty character should have modest interiors,” says Marcello Maggi, Wider’s President. “The result is a yacht that is as exquisite on the inside as she is sensational on the outside – proof that at Wider we really believe beauty is more than skin deep.”With construction proceeding quickly and the hull about to splash, the wait for the WiLder 60 is nearly over – the first yacht is due for completion in August 2023. Wider yachts are designed and built with a strong focus on performance, significantly reducing fuel consumption, noise and vibrations emitted without forgetting the aesthetics of the design and the quality of the materials. Founded in 2010, the shipyard is now lead-by Marcello Maggi who heads W-Fin Sarl, the holding Company that owns 100% of Wider’s equity. The three main Wider facilities are based on the East coast of Italy, from Ancona, which is the headquarter, to the new cutting-edge facility in Fano and the new Superyacht Hub in Venice, where superyachts and full-custom projects will be built.Credits: Wider
75m Admiral’s Kenshō Named the Motor-yacht of the Year
The Italian Sea Group announces that 75-meter megayacht Admiral Kenshō has been proclaimed “Motor-yacht of the year” and has won in the “Displacement Motor-Yachts 1,500GT and Above” category at the renown 2023 World Superyacht Awards by Boat International, the “international yachting Oscars”.The 18th edition of this award ceremony was held on Saturday, May 20th in Istanbul at the historical Çırağan Palace Kempinski, in front of an international jury of industry experts.“I am extremely proud of these two additional, prestigious awards and of all the success that Kenshō has gathered this year, confirming that our ability to synergically work with international professionals always leads us to achieve the highest objectives. I want to congratulate the team of professionals who have worked together in a cohesive and enthusiastic way for the construction of this marvellous yacht, so rich in details. It was a wonderful experience, and we all dedicate these awards to our dear friend and Vice President Giuseppe Taranto, who left us too soon,” says Giovanni Costantino, Founder & CEO of The Italian Sea Group.The innovative M/Y Kenshō, delivered in 2022, comes from the dialogue between the owner, who personally curated the project, French design studio Jouin Manku, which designed the interiors, and Azure Yacht Design which, together with archineers.berlin, developed the exteriors.Admiral Kenshō is equipped with an innovative diesel-electric propulsion system, with permanent magnet electrical engines which grant high efficiency and power. The propulsion system has five variable speed generators, all with diesel particulate filters (DPF) to optimize consumption at all speeds and drastically reduce emissions.The design has been developed paying particular attention to the environment, in compliance with the voluntary “ECO” notation of the Class Entity; even the hull has been crafted with the intention of minimizing resistance, through the use of azimuthal propulsion and retractable stabilizers.Admiral, the benchmark brand of The Italian Sea Group, a company active in the design and construction of megayachts, is renowned and esteemed for its elegance, classic style and prestige. Founded in 1966 and acquired by The Italian Sea Group in 2011, Admiral has launched 148 yachts over its history.Credits: Giuliano Sargentini; YCO; Christopher/The Italian Sea Group
75m Feadship’s Arrow Sold in Record Time
Fraser announced the sale of 75-meter Arrow. She has been sold after just 10 weeks on the market. The seller was represented by Fraser's Andrew Bond and the buyer by Kitson Yachts Michael Tabor and Brandon Kummer.Arrow was delivered by Feadship in 2020, she features a hybrid technology, which makes her an energy efficient superyacht with a low impact.London-based studio H2 Yacht Design and Feadship de Voogt have collaborated to create the exquisite design of M/Y Arrow. The main deck is highlighted by a large-screen cinema, alongside elegant saloon and formal dining spaces. Accommodating up to 12 guests in six cabins, the yacht boasts a spacious owner's stateroom with an office, his and hers dressing rooms, a main deck VIP suite, and four cabins on the lower deck. A glass lift seamlessly connects the lower, main, and bridge decks. The crew can be comfortably accommodated with quarters for up to 19 members.Indoor-outdoor living is flawlessly integrated on Arrow, with glass bulwarks providing breathtaking sea views. The bridge deck features a skylounge with a bar that opens to an informal dining area, perfect for al fresco meals with seating for 12 guests. The sundeck offers a pizza oven, barbecue, professionally-equipped gymnasium, and a hot tub. On the lower deck, two fold-down balconies transform into a spacious beach club. Here, guests can enjoy a large full-service bar, a dive store, and a dedicated massage and sauna area. “ In our sector of the market, every yacht is unique. But it must be said that some are more unique than others. Arrow offers an outstanding array of craftsmanship, intelligent, stylish but functional design, advanced engineering and technology that doesn’t just set her apart today, but will do so for years to come,” says Andrew Bond. Arrow’s last known asking price was EUR139,900,000.Credits: Yacht Harbour archive
Oasis 34M Unknown Triumphs in Istanbul
The 18th BOAT International World Superyacht Awards held in Istanbul on May 20th the Benetti Oasis 34M Unknown won best motor yacht in the category “Displacement motor yachts 499GT and below, 30m to 39.99m” for being a “was a well-built, ground-breaking yacht that fits extraordinary features into its compact size”. The judges admired the open beach sensation created in the aft deck, feeling that no other yacht could match this highly desirable deck. Unknown is, in the judges’ opinion, a yacht that makes an excellent connection with the ocean and the open air.This 34-meter yacht with innovative solutions was made by architecture firms RWD and New York based Bonetti & Kozerski. The most outstanding feature is the Oasis Deck®, an extraordinary beach club that redefines the human relationship with the sea and nature thanks to the special configuration that turns it into an open terrace on the water’s edge. The available deck space close to the water but safe from the waves is extended by opening the wings or swing-down bulwarks. The infinity pool adds a glamorous touch to this incredibly liveable platform.The design of the yacht exudes a deep connection with the sea and nature, a theme that resonates throughout each deck and setting, encouraging social interaction and providing stunning panoramic views. The layout is characterized by an open and flowing arrangement, showcasing an elegant yet unassuming signature style. Benetti's Unkown further solidifies the company's position as a global leader and showcases their commitment to investing in technology and innovation. With its highly innovative concept, notably the Oasis Deck®, the yacht caters to the desires of owners seeking a closer relationship with the sea. Founded in 1873, Benetti is the oldest Italian shipyard specializing in luxury yachts. They design, build and sell composite vessels from 29 to 44m and steel and aluminum boats from 37 to over 100m. Their fleet consists of five categories: Class, Oasis, B.Yond, B.Now and Custom, to meet all the needs of the market, and they belong to the Azimut|Benetti Group, the largest privately owned luxury yachting group in the world.Credits: Benetti
Third Unit Of Riva 50M Launched in Ancona
The highly anticipated launch of the third unit of the Riva 50Metri series took place over the weekend at the Riva Superyachts Division in Ancona. Collaboratively designed by Officina Italiana Design, the renowned firm founded by Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta, and guided by the Strategic Product Committee led by Piero Ferrari, along with the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, the Riva 50Metri boasts a steel displacement hull and an aluminum superstructure. Spanning across five decks with a maximum beam of nine meters, the yacht offers accommodation for 10 guests and a crew of nine. Its profile features three horizontal bands running from stern to bow, accentuated by a metallic silver livery, resulting in a truly dynamic and distinctive appearance. The clever combination of materials, including steel, glass, and mahogany, seamlessly blends Riva's iconic heritage with a modern design vision.Every aspect of the Riva 50Metri is meticulously designed to provide the owner and their guests with the utmost comfort and enjoyment of the surroundings and outdoor areas. The indoor-outdoor integration creates spacious and inviting spaces for relaxation and entertainment. For instance, the main lounge opens up completely, forming an open space with the cockpit, which leads to the forward lounge and a wide corridor to starboard. The expansive 120 sqm sundeck, with 90 sqm sheltered by the hard top, offers a variety of options for relaxation, including a sunbathing area, a dining table with a barbecue, a relaxation area with sofas and a pop-up TV, and a hydromassage pool. The launch event at the Riva Superyachts Division in Ancona was attended by the owner, based in the EMEA region, who is an ardent fan of the brand and already owns another Riva yacht. In addition to the Riva 50Metri, the Riva Superyachts Division is also busy constructing the Riva 54 Metri, the brand's largest and most recent project, set for delivery in 2025.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

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