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New details about Rosetti 52m Supply Vessel Yacht
"The talented young designer Giovanni Griggio, immediately understood the DNA of the company and...
Ferretti Group raises its net profit to € 31 million and closes Wally’s acquisition
On April 16, 2019, the Ferretti Group presented their financial results of 2018, indicating...
Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly's classic Riva yacht to be auctioned in May 2019
RM Sotheby’s has introduced one of  the lots of the forthcoming Villa Erba auction. The...
Princess X95: luxury SUV of the seas
Princess Yachts has offered a more in-depth look at what it calls the "luxury SUV of the...
Feadship largest superyacht 110m Anna prepares for summer season
The 110 metre Anna, a flagship of the Dutch shipyard Feadship, has returned to the...
A new member for the club: Dutch builder Sichterman Yachts introduced
Dutch yachting industry is now to welcome one more member. Named after Dutch VOC merchant Jan...
135m gigayacht concept California by Kurt Strand
Kurt Strand, yacht designer from Southern California, has presented his latest ambitious project, a...
The Black Pearl code: 72m sailing yacht concept Osseo
Serbian designer Igor Jankovic has revealed a new 72-metre concept of a high-performance sailing...
50-metre Tankoa S502 Elettra is near to technical launch
The technical launch of the 50m/165’ Hybrid Tankoa S502 Elettra is on schedule at the...
TOP 5 photos of the week
Yacht Harbour looks at the best images from the social media world over the past week.#1. 98m...
Big Game: 5 of the largest sportfish yachts ever built
Combining performance and practicality, sportfisher yachts are always built with game-fish in mind....
Horizon Yachts: Second hull FD102 under contract for 2020 delivery
Less than six months after a contract was signed for the first Horizon Yacht FD102 to a...
51m explorer superyacht Aspire completes €4 million refit
Greek yard SSH Maritime has completed a three-month refit on 51-metre explorer yacht...
Toned with Pantone: 7 colourful superyachts that catch your eye
When it comes to buying a yacht, there are several things one should take into account. One of them...
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1. 5 of the largest yachts confirmed for Superyacht Show 2019The Superyacht Show 2019, one of...
Philippe Briand presents 90-meter sailing megayacht concept
Philippe Briand unveiled the latest concept of a sailing yacht from his London-based design studio:...
Made in Italy: Benetti launches three yachts more in Viareggio
While in Livorno the first part of the Benetti Giga Season ended with the launch of...
60m CRN Ramble on Rose touched the water after refit
Dutch shipyard Icon Yachts has shared the information, that a 60-metre superyacht...
Sea life inspiration: 63m superyacht concept Hypnosquid
Italian designer Roberto Curtó has presented his latest superyacht concept named Hypnosquid. The...
CdM sold the new fully custom 43-meter explorer yacht
CdM is pleased to announce the sale of Deep Blue 43, a new fully custom 43-meter explorer...
62m Limited Editions Amels 206 under construction
A 62.4-metre Amels 206 from the Limited Editions lineage is currently under construction...
Hessen 50m superyacht Masa launched
Dutch yacht builder Heesen has announced the launch of a new YN 18750 unit at the...
Timeless classics: Feadship to rebuild the 1954 dismantled superyacht Istros
After her sale in 2018, a classic vessel by De Vries Lentsch, a 42.06-metre Istros, has...
Yaxit: London Yacht Show 2019 postponed to 2020
The first edition of London Yacht Show organised by Informa and British Martime Group, has been...

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La Datcha: Russian billionaire Tinkov to build 77m ice-breaker yacht at Damen
Russian billionaire banker, Oleg Tinkov, whose net worth is estimated at $2.3 billion by Forbes, has ordered the first private 77-metre icebreaker yacht dubbed La Datcha. She is set to become the first private luxurious ice breaker, capable of exploring the furthest destinations possible. Planned for delivery in autumn 2020, the yacht is being built as a part of Damen’s SeaXplorer series in the Netherlands.The explorer is being built as a part of the businessman’s luxury recreational project La Datcha, consisting of several holiday hikes in ultra high-end destinations. La Datcha will be available for charter according to Tinkov’s interview with Forbes, at a price starting from € 690,000,000 per week. Meanwhile, the owner himself is planning to spend up to 20 weeks a year on the yacht. The six-deck expedition yacht will feature a 14-metre beam, along with a draft of 6.5 metres, adding up to interior volume of 2,560 GT. She will also boast a speed of 14.5 knots. In fact, it is an expedition yacht, able to break ice up to 40 centimetres thick and maintain autonomy at sea for up to 40 days.Thanks to generous storage spaces, a wide range of equipment and tenders can be housed on-board, including 2 helicopters, 1 submarine, 1 VIP tender / rescue boat, 1 beach lander tender, 1 dive support tender, 4 waverunners, 2 expedition ribs and 2 snowscooters.The yacht’s custom interior design by Amels and Damen will be trademarked with full height windows of the observation lounge, main saloon and the owner’s suite and an observation deck upstairs. Expedition Yacht 77 will come with hot water Jacuzzis — 1 indoor and 1 outdoor, a sauna and steam bath, massage room and a fully equipped gym.La Datcha Expedition Yacht 77’ six guest cabins, including 2 master suites and 2 VIPs, offer accommodation to 12 guests, along with a crew of 25. Each suite comes with a bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe.Tinkov plans to premiere the vessel at Monaco Yacht Show 2020. After that, he is going to tour the 77-metre across Mediterranean, Seychelles, Madagascar and then Kamchatka and Kuril Islands, with the yacht to be seen in the Antarctic in January 2021. Tinkov also ensures, according to Forbes, that a Russian businessmen from the Forbes list has already expressed interest in renting the boat for six months, while Microsoft founder Bill Gates wants to sign up for a three-week charter.Photos via La Datcha
New 27-meter Canados 888 Evo sold
A new-build 27.02-meter hull by Italian shipyard Canados Yachts has been sold by Northrop & Johnson is set for delivery in 2020 as a Canados 888 Evo model. In 2018 Canados 888 was awarded as Most Functional Yacht. Also in May 2019, the first Canados 120' Caesar should be delivered.Canados is one of a few Italian builders capable of producing one-off versions of its models that are fully customized with tailormade interiors. One of the yacht’s most exceptional features is her four-meter tender garage accommodating a Williams 3.85 meter jet tender, and a Seakeeper gyroscopic stabilizer system. She comes with a hard top that provides guests with ample shade when enjoying her gigantic flybridge.The Canados 88’ is the direct evolution of the Classic 86’ of which 46 have been delivered. One of the Canados clients had four 86’s built over the course of 13 years! The interior of the Canados 888 Evo is being conceptualized by Rome-based designer Michela Reverberi. All in-house built furniture has been designed with rounded edges equipped with indirect strip LED lights which, when lit in the dark, give the impression that the furniture is floating.Built with an Aramat/Kevlar hull and superstructure, the 88’ Evolution comes with a reversed deck saloon overlooking the water and gigantic saloon floor to ceiling windows. The main deck layout remains an example of practicality with its oversize saloon with direct sea view, thanks to the cut-down bulwarks, dining room, Boffi galley, day head and crew dinette in the wheelhouse. On the flybridge, guests will find two corner sofas with drinks tables looking out over the stern. Another L-shaped sofa is placed on the port side and looks forward to the central alfresco dining area, where eight guests can savour a meal beneath the hardtop that folds back to let in the sunshine. The accommodation total is for eight guests across four cabins. The lower deck still offers its reputed four cabin layout with a VIP to the bow, two twin guest cabins to the sides and the full beam owner’s suite in the centre. Bathrooms are equipped with custom-made wash basins in Striato Olimpico marble.She capable of cruising at 27 knots and can reach a top speed of 32 knots, the Canados 888 Evolution 48 is powered by two Caterpillar C32 Acert 1,925hp diesel engines. The asking price was €5,240,000@Photos by Canados Yachts
Espen Oeino and SilverYachts present eco-friendly 35m SpaceCat
Australian yacht builder SilverYachts has revealed a new line out of its aluminium superyachts portfolio at Singapore Yacht Show 2019. The 35.5-metre power catamaran SpaceCat was designed by long term SilverYachts collaborator Espen Øino.The vessel is conceived environmentally friendly thanks to her lightweight low-resistance aluminium hull. Within a 13.3-metre beam, the SpaceCat will feature spacious living areas, with 575-square-metre external space and 300 square metres of living areas inside.The yacht will offer accommodation to up to 12 guests within a master suite, two doubles and two twin cabins, one equipped with two Pullman beds. The crew of eight can be housed in a double captain’s cabin, two twins and one triple cabin.A swimming pool aft and vast deck storage space for tenders and toys are listed among the SpaceCat’s key exterior features. The yacht will be powered by four Volvo IPS 1050 engines to a top speed of 21 knots and cruising speed of 16 knots.Construction of the first SpaceCat unit is scheduled to begin in May 2019, at the yard’s new facility in the Guangdong Province, China. The latter has been operating since last summer and is set to be the main construction facility for the new series of vessels. According to SilverYachts, the new model is overseen as a production line, with two units built shortly and further extended to 10 vessels at the same time.Meanwhile, Espen Oeino, the creator of some of the world’s most iconic yachts, has been reported working on several projects at different stages of completion since the beginning of the year. Among others, the list comprises the world’s largest explorer superyacht REV, a 64-metre VSY superyacht Project 003 and 90-metre Oceanco DreAMBoat.
TOP 10 stories of the week
#1. 135m gigayacht concept California by Kurt Strand.Kurt Strand, yacht designer from Southern California, has presented his latest ambitious project, a 135-metre mega yacht “California”. The contemporary design of the vessel with impressive interior volume of 8,000 GT will be trademarked with large glass walls, glass balconies, foldable glass doors and retractable sections at the living areas. Apart from maximum speed of 20 knots provided by 3 Azipods propels, the yacht can run at a reduced speed of 11 knots for up to 5 hours on the battery power of 60-tonne lithium-ion battery bank.#2. The Black Pearl code: 72m sailing yacht concept Osseo.Serbian designer Igor Jankovic has revealed a new 72-metre concept of a high-performance sailing yacht named Osseo. The concept is trademarked with a carbon fibre and graphene hull, ensuring high resistance against corrosion. The yacht’s exterior colour palette is combined of black and chameleon blue-purple colours. Osseo will feature a beach club under a semi-transparent roof and tinted glass, suitable for all-day use.#3. New details about Rosetti 52m Supply Vessel Yacht.The idea behind this 52-metre Supply Vessel, developed by the Rosetti Superyachts with the Italian designer Giovanni Griggio, Phi Design, Lab is to combine the functionality typical of a supply vessel with the design features and quality finish of a superyacht. The project is based on a biomimetic concept: it’s inspired by the vein structure of leaves, with stylistic features adopted both on the outer hull and in the interiors#4. Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly's classic Riva yacht to be auctioned in May 2019.RM Sotheby’s has introduced one of the lots of the forthcoming Villa Erba auction, including the 1950s Riva yacht, once part of Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly’s fleet. Several years ago, the vessel was sent to a Dutch specialist for renovation. The refit works took several years, returning the yacht to her original specification, with her original engines restored. The yacht was refurbished, while her Chris-O-Matic transmission was also rebuilt.#5. TOP 5 photos of the week.Yacht Harbour looks at the best images from the social media world over the past week.#6. Big Game: 5 of the largest sportfish yachts ever built.Combining performance and practicality, sportfisher yachts are always built with game-fish in mind. They do not need to be large, and the key qualities such yachts should provide are comfort, high speed, stability, and reliability. In average, they measure 29.6 metres with interior volume of 160 GT. Still, some vessels stand out, exceeding general sizes. Yacht Harbour takes a look upon 5 of the largest fishing yachts built.#7. Princess X95: luxury SUV of the seas.British builder Princess Yachts has offered a more in-depth look at what it calls the "luxury SUV of the seas." X95 is the yard's joint project with Bernard Olesinski and Italian design house Pininfarina. A 30-metre yacht features increased interior volume, achieved with flybridge and the interior space of the main deck occupying almost the entire length of the yacht. Equipped with all necessary yacht X95 is designed for long journeys with a distance of up to 2000 nautical miles and has a speed of up to 26 knots.#8. Feadship largest superyacht 110m Anna prepares for summer season.The 110 metre Anna, a flagship of the Dutch shipyard Feadship, has returned to the brand’s Amsterdam facility for maintenance works ahead of summer season. As commissioned by her owners, the four-deck displacement yacht will undergo several “minor works”, one year after her launch.#9. Ferretti Group raises its net profit to € 31 million and closes Wally’s acquisition.The Ferretti Group has presented its financial results of 2018, indicating the company’s growth and financial solidity. The company's profits through PAT (Profit After Taxes) made € 31 million, increasing at 29% compared to 2017. The Group has also announced the closing of the acquisition of Wally, a Monegasque brand founded in 1994 by Luca Bassani. #10. 7 largest yachts built by Perini Navi.A pioneer in automation and furling systems on large sailing yachts, Italian shipyard Perini Navi was founded in 1983 by Fabio Perini. The builder has constructed 61 motor and sailing superyachts so far, with an average LOA of 49 metres. Meanwhile, the company’s legendary Maltese Falcon remained the world’s largest sailing yacht until 2017.
Palma Superyacht Show 2019: 7 of the largest brokerage yachts on display
The seventh annual Palma Superyacht Show will take place from 27 April to 1 May, 2019 at Moll Vell – Puerto de Palma. First started when a group of local brokers decided to get together to promote their yachts listings, the event has become solidly established on the international boat show calendar.Palma, once voted “the best place to live in the world” according to The Sunday Times, is considered a top quality destination to visit. Offering first class boutique hotels, it also boasts a thriving old town, hosting some of the best restaurants in Europe. In addition to a wide range of cultural, gastronomic and sporting activities all within a short distance, Palma is also considered one of the centres of the Mediterranean yachting and has a thriving yachting industry.This year’s Palma Superyacht Show is expected to have around 80 yachts on display. Aside from sleek sailing yachts in the 24-30-metre range, a selection of large motor yachts will be exposed to visitors’ attention. The 50-metre-plus yachts can easily accommodate 12-14 guests, boasting oversized Jacuzzis, Hamman and helipads and boast a wide cruising range.The recovery of the financial market has contributed to the growth in the number of yachts at the show and increased number of exhibitors. The show has also benefitted from the support of the Balearic government and the collaboration between the public and the private sectors.The 2019 edition will feature a new dedicated tender section. Following last year's success, an extended show area and a 72m floating bridge connecting STP shipyard to Palma's iconic fisherman's dock will reappear, along with popular FunFair tomfoolery with costumed performances and mime-acts.Refit & Repair, a distinguished sector, will also benefit from an improved lay-out this year. A relocated bar/restaurant area will face the Refit & Repair area, so that stands will be easy to spot and the new set-up will make for a better viewing experience overall. Furthermore, Refit & Repair, now going into its third year, will feature 10% more stands in comparison to last year: a total of 28 companies will be present launching ‘break-the-mould’ products and speaking on tried-and-tested services.The Palma Superyacht Show runs concurrently with the well established Boat Show Palma. The show is organised by the Balearic Yacht Brokers Association, a group of 6 international brokers, and is backed by the MYBA.Some of the largest brokerage yachts to be found on display at the 2019 edition of the show:#1. M/Y ImanLength: 59.3 mBuilder: BenettiYear: 2008Extensive refit in 2015.Listed for sale asking € 26,000,000 with Arcon Yachts.#2. S/Y Hyperion Length: 47.4 mBuider: Royal HuismanYear: 1998Completed full refit in 2015.Listed for sale asking € 12,950,000 with Edmiston.#3. M/Y DragonLength: 41.1 mBuilder: Palmer JohnsonYear: 2007Refitted in 2016.Listed for sale asking $ 11,500,000 with Camper & Nicholsons.#4. S/Y AsolareLength: 47.2 mBuilder: HodgonYear: 2004Refitted in 2014-2015.Availble for charter from € 82,000 p/w via Ocean Independence.#5. M/Y Inception Length: 50 mBuilder: HeesenYear: 2008. Refitted in 2015.Asking price: $ 29,500,000. Available for charter from € 225,000 p/w.#6. S/Y Prana Length: 51.7 mBuilder: Alloy YachtsYear: 2006Refitted in 2012.Listed for sale asking $ 23,000,000 via Thompson Westwood & White Yachts.#7. M/Y AndreaLength: 38.4 mBuilder: Delta MarineYear: 2003Asking € 9,750,000 via Ocean Independence.

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