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Oceanco superyacht Barbara arriving to La Ciotat, France
Oceanco's highly confidential 88.5m superyacht Barbara (Y715), has been lowered into the...
Three launches in one week at Sanlorenzo
One month after the first Sanlorenzo’s 52-meter model debut – 52Steel Seven...
Superyacht Endeavour II hits the water at Rossinavi
On Saturday, the 18th of February, 49.9m superyacht has been launched at...
Mondomarine introduces SM45 Project Amerigo
Italian shipyard Mondomarine has presented its latest superyacht concept in collaboration...
Tankoa launches first S501 yacht Vertige
Tankoa Yachts has launched 50m superyacht Vertige, known as S501, at its facility in...
Fincantieri and Ferretti announce strategic partnership
Fincantieri and Ferretti Group announced that they have reached a cooperation agreement with...
Feadship wraps a photoshoot of Vanish in the Virgin Islands
Feadship has shared the picture of its 66.25m superyacht Vanish during her...
Sailing Yacht A released by Gibraltar courts
The 142.8m S/Y A, largest private sailing yacht in the world, had been arrested in...
Oceanco 88.5m superyacht Barbara arriving to Gibraltar
Oceanco's highly confidential 88.5m superyacht Barbara (Y715), has been lowered into the...
Azimut Yachts sells the 5th unit of the Grande 35 Metri
Azimut Yachts celebrates the sale of another unit of the Grande 35 Metri, the new flagship of...
Cantiere delle Marche sells explorer yacht Acciaio 118'
Ancona-based shipyard Cantiere delle Marche has announced the sale of an explorer yacht...
Benetti Now Fast officially presented in Miami
Italian shipyard Benetti has extended its fleet by adding the new Benetti Now Fast...
Sailing yacht A arrested over €15,3m claim in Gibraltar
The 142.8m S/Y A, largest private sailing yacht in the world  which recently left...
Ferretti Group shares more details on Riva 100' Corsaro
At the end of October 2016 Riva has launched the first 100’ Corsaro at its facility in...
Guido de Groot Design introduces yacht concept for Chinese elite
Rén (Chinese for ‘benevolence’) is the result of a master thesis by Karel Nguyen initiated at...
Oceanco Y715 superyacht Barbara delivered
Oceanco's highly confidential 88.5m superyacht, Y715, has been lowered into the water in...
Numarine 62 HT sold and delivered in Australia
Turkish shipyard Numarine has just launched and landed its first boat into Australia. The...
Mauro Giamboi presents superyacht catamaran concept Ego
Italian designer Mauro Giamboi has unveiled his latest superyacht catamaran concept Ego. Measuring...
S/Y A makes her debut in Gibraltar
142.8-meter S/Y A, the largest private sailing yacht in the world, built for Russian...
George Lucian introduces 140m concept Dare to Dream
Monaco-based artist George Lucian has introduced his latest design - 140m Superyacht Airship...
Oceanco's 105m Project Bravo technical launch
The technical launch of Oceanco’s Y718, also known as Project Bravo, took place at...
PC Design introduces hyper yacht Project Italia
Italian studio PC Design has presented its latest yacht concept, named Italia. Measuring 24m, she...
160m berth sold in Barcelona
Barcelona superyacht marina, OneOcean Port Vell just announced the sale of a 160m berth on the...
The latest pictures of 110m Project Jubilee released
Dutch shipyard Oceanco has launched Project Jubilee (Y714) on...

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Ferretti Group Unveils Modernized La Spezia Shipyard in Grand Ceremony
Ferretti Group celebrated a significant milestone today with the grand reopening of its extensively refurbished Riva shipyard in La Spezia. The event, attended by Chairman Tan Xuguang, CEO Alberto Galassi, local authorities, and a delegation from Weichai, Ferretti Group's longstanding shareholder, marks a new era for the shipyard.The revamped facility, now a pivotal industrial hub, employs over 750 workers daily, including 200 direct employees. Strategically located along the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas, the shipyard has undergone substantial enhancements to both its production and management sections, as well as the lounge area designed to offer hospitality to yacht owners, captains, and crew.Spanning 64,000 square meters, the upgraded site features 33 berths along more than 400 meters of docks, four industrial sheds with 21 production stations, and two additional sheds dedicated to painting, totaling 1,000 square meters. Equipped with photovoltaic plants and bespoke spaces like the Riva Lounge, the production center focuses on seven Riva models ranging from 76 to 130 feet. When fully operational, the site will be capable of launching 30 boats annually, each up to 40 meters in length.Located in an area of Regional Interest, the La Spezia shipyard emphasizes environmental protection and sustainability. It holds Rina certifications according to ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 9001:2015 standards, underscoring Ferretti Group's commitment to high environmental and quality management standards.As part of the "Miglio Blu" (Blue Mile) project, the shipyard aims to promote local excellence in yachting while respecting the surrounding environment. This initiative highlights the region's rich maritime heritage and Ferretti Group's dedication to sustainable development.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
Nuvolari Lenard’s First Sub-500 GT S1 Superyacht Ready for Summer Launch from Mengi Yay
The renowned Venetian design studio Nuvolari Lenard is set to launch the first yacht in its new series, the 47-metre S1, from the Mengi Yay shipyard in Turkey. This groundbreaking superyacht, nearing completion, will be showcased at the Monaco Yacht Show in September, highlighting the exceptional design and craftsmanship that Nuvolari Lenard is known for.Nuvolari Lenard's S1 project represents a significant milestone, bringing the luxury and features of larger superyachts into a more compact and efficient package. The S1 is designed to be a sub-50-metre yacht that remains under 500 gross tonnage (GT), offering a unique combination of luxury, versatility, and practicality. This design allows for a 4,000-mile range, enabling the S1 to access more destinations and cruising grounds that larger yachts cannot.“The S1 opens up more destinations thanks to its 4,000-mile range while opening up more cruising grounds because of its more compact size,” says Carlo Nuvolari, Co-Founder of Nuvolari Lenard. “But it doesn’t achieve those through compromises – with more than three decades of expertise to draw on, we have managed to bring ideas from our much larger superyacht projects down to the S1, and as a result, she offers large exterior decks, side deck walkways that you’d expect to see on a much larger yacht, and showstopper features for a sub-50-metre such as a bridge deck owner suite and a giant sundeck.”The S1 boasts a bridge deck owner's suite with an aft-facing suite offering expansive views, a private terrace, and an ensuite with large windows. The main cabin opens onto the upper aft deck, creating a versatile space that can be enjoyed year-round. Guest accommodations include four double ensuite cabins on the lower deck, with two cabins that can be combined into an exceptional VIP suite. The yacht also features an elevator, a rare inclusion in this size bracket, making it accessible for all generations.Social areas on the S1 are equally impressive. The main deck features a private forward saloon with an open balcony overlooking the sea, ideal for relaxation, entertainment, or as a study. The beach club and large cockpit, equipped with a folding bulwark and retractable crane, provide ample space for sea-related activities and can accommodate a large tender or even a car.The sundeck is one of the largest in its category, offering three distinct areas: an aft sunbathing area, a central living area with a mini pool, and a bow-facing view. This deck is designed for all-day enjoyment and is serviced by an independent crew staircase to ensure privacy and quality service.“The S1 achieves all this without appearing cumbersome or bloated, testament to the genius of the Nuvolari Lenard team,” explains Dan Lenard, Designer and Co-Founder of Nuvolari Lenard. The design combines masculine and feminine elements, creating a sleek, elegant profile with serene interiors featuring wood and bronze accents.The S1's hull, designed by Van Oossanen naval architects, offers efficiency and comfort, while the engineering and systems are optimized for long-term cruising. The Mengi Yay shipyard has meticulously realized the construction, ensuring that every detail of Nuvolari Lenard’s design is executed to perfection.Hüseyin Mengi, Chairman of the Board at Mengi Yay shipyard, expressed his excitement: “It has been a privilege to realize the superb design of the S1 and all of Nuvolari Lenard’s details that make the S1 such a special project. As a family-owned yard with 60 years of experience building yachts, we are excited to be nearing completion of a superyacht that we are confident will stun when she appears at the Monaco show, as well as everywhere else she goes.”Credit: Nuvolari Lenard
Benetti Begins Outfitting New 67m B.Now Yacht
Benetti has commenced outfitting work on a new 67-meter yacht from the B.Now series at its Livorno shipyard. This steel yacht, known as FB289, features six decks, including one exclusively reserved for the owners. The project showcases the collaboration of renowned design firms RWD and Reymond Langton Design, alongside the yacht’s representatives, West Nautical.The exterior of the yacht, designed by RWD, reflects a sophisticated and contemporary aesthetic, while the interiors, crafted by Reymond Langton Design, offer a luxurious and personalized ambiance. Established in 2001, Reymond Langton Design brings a multi-disciplinary approach, leveraging the diverse experiences of its founding partners.FB289 boasts several distinct features across its decks. The Observation Deck provides panoramic views, while the Bridge Deck includes an outdoor stern area and a wing station. The Main Deck is designed for socializing and relaxation, featuring a spacious lounge, a lobby, guest cabins, and an outdoor pool. The Lower Deck accommodates a gym, beach area, engine room, garage, galley, and crew quarters. The Tank Deck houses essential services such as the freezer/fridge room, laundry, crew lounge, and crew services.The yacht's high level of customization underscores Benetti’s commitment to meeting the unique preferences of its clients. The collaboration with West Nautical, the owner's representatives, has been pivotal in ensuring a seamless and synergistic construction process from the outset.Massimiliano Casoni, General Manager of Benetti, remarked, “The success of the B.Now line and the increased demand for large steel yachts is a testament to Benetti’s expertise in customization and our ability to meet the diverse needs and tastes of our owners.”Geoff Moore, Managing Director of West Nautical, expressed his enthusiasm for the project, stating, “West Nautical, having brokered the deal for the owner, is greatly enjoying the build process at Benetti. Working alongside the interior design team at Reymond Langton Design has been a rewarding experience. The initial phase of steel and aluminum construction was well-coordinated, and now we look forward to overseeing the outfitting work over the next two years at Benetti’s Livorno shipyard.”The 67-meter B.Now yacht is scheduled for delivery in the summer of 2026.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
Fuel-Cell Powered 50Steel Superyacht Launched by Sanlorenzo
Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has launched its 49.9-metre superyacht, Almax, at its La Spezia facilities. Almax uses "green" methanol and fuel cell reformer technology for its hotel load, making it one of the few yachts pursuing alternative power sources for carbon-neutral cruising. Designed by Piero Lissoni and Zuccon International Project, Almax is part of a new line with four units already sold. The launch ceremony was attended by over 700 guests.The 50Steel will offer accommodation for guests across five cabins, including the owner's cabin, along with a gym and spa area.The fuel-cell technology on Almax converts biomethanol into electricity up to a maximum of 100kW, enabling the yacht to operate at anchor emission-free. Sanlorenzo estimates this could account for up to 90% of a superyacht's typical usage time with zero emissions.The yacht also features a Hidden Engine Room (HER), a patented design that conceals the engine room on the lower deck, freeing up space for a 150-square-metre "Ocean Lounge" beach club with a pool and sea terraces. This design also allows for a split-level layout with head heights ranging from 2.1 to 3.35 meters.The yacht is scheduled for delivery in July 2024.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
Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 To Debut at Limassol Boat Show
The Italian Sea Group is set to showcase its Tecnomar brand for the first time at the Limassol Boat Show, which runs from May 23 to 26. This event, hosted at Limassol Marina in Cyprus, is a strategic development opportunity for the group, highlighting the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 motor yacht.The Limassol Boat Show will gather visitors and exhibitors from the yachting industry, presenting the latest products and services and offering significant networking and branding opportunities."The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, with its 63 knots maximum speed, represents the forefront of the sector," stated Giovanni Costantino, Founder and CEO of The Italian Sea Group. "It’s an outstanding yacht, part of a successful limited series, embodying luxury and high performance."The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 has received recognition in the luxury industry, being named among the Best of the Best in the "Motor Yacht Weekend Cruiser" category by Robb Report and winning the "Motor Yacht under 25 metres" category at the International Yacht & Aviation Awards.The Italian Sea Group is a global operator in the luxury yachting industry, listed on Euronext Milan (“EXM”) and active in the construction and refit of motor yachts and sailing yachts up to 140 meters. The Company, led by Italian entrepreneur Giovanni Costantino, operates on the market with the brands Admiral, renown for elegant and prestigious yachts, Tecnomar, Perini Navi, and Picchiotti; the Company has a business unit, NCA Refit, that manages the maintenance and refit services for yachts and mega yachts with a length over 60 meters. Credits: The Italian Sea Group

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