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The International Superyacht Summit Forum Is Returning
After a year-long break, the International Superyacht Summit will be held for the third time and...
Grant Hooper Became Zeelander Yachts’ New CEO
Grant Hooper has been appointed CEO of Zeelander. Hooper has spent 18 years with UK-based...
Yachting Partners International and Green Yard Kleven Join Forces to Build 80+ Superyachts
Green Yard Kleven of Norway, a respected ship builder and pioneer of environmentally conscious...
The Largest and Fastest Aluminium Yacht 80m Project Cosmos Launched by Heesen
Heesen’s YN 19480 Project Cosmos was launched at the shipyard in Oss on November 19....
Feadship’s Shinkai: From Render to Sea Trial
Last Wednesday Feadship shared a video of 55m Shinkai during her first time on the open...
Gulf Craft's ’Save Your Tears’ Sold by West Nautical
West Nautical has sold Gulf Craft's Save Your Tears. The 31.68m yacht has been on the...
Numarine Sells 5th Unit of the 37XP Series
Numarine has sold the 5th hull of its 37XP flagship model at the 2021 Fort Lauderdale International...
On Board Southern Wind’s 105GT Taniwha
Nauta Design has shared the full photoshoot of the brand-new Southern Wind...
75m Kenshō Launched by Admiral
Admiral, The Italian Sea Group brand, has launched the shipyard's newest flagship, the 75m Kenshō....
Invictus Yacht GT320S Ready for Its World Debut at Boot 2022
The Invictus Yacht is ready to present the brand new GT320S as a World debut at the next Boot in...
Inside Sunreef 70’s Anima
Sunreef Yachts unveiled pictures of the newest Sunreef 70. The 21.4m Anima was built for the...
72m CRN Azteca Finds New Owners
Camper & Nicholsons and Edmiston have shared the announcement of the sale of the 72m...
59m Marala Entered Final Stage of Extensive Restoration at Pendennis
Pendennis has announced that the 59m classic Camper & Nicholson motor yacht Marala, was...
Nobiskrug-built Triple Seven to Undergo Amels Refit
The team at Damen Yachting announced that the 68m Triple Seven will undergo a 6-month...
Lürssen’s 71m Skat Sold
The 71m Skat has been sold by Fraser. Skat was launched in 2002 by Lürssen and...
First Unit of the New 47m Atlantique Sold by Columbus Yachts
Columbus Yachts has sold the first unit of the new 47-meter Atlantique  This sale came in...
Grand Banks 54 to Debut at Boot Dusseldorf 2022
GB54, the latest addition to the Grand Bank’s range, will make its German debut at Boot...
38m Gulf Craft’s Altavita Finds New Owner
Northrop & Johnson has sold the 38.4m Gulf Craft superyacht Altavita with yacht...
The Marine Group Boat Works Shows Strong Growth Results
The Marine Group Boat Works (MGBW) has continued showing strong results in commercial and...
ISA’s 50m Saint Sold
ISA Yachts’ 49.95m Saint has been sold. The deal was concluded by Marcello Maggi of Marcello...
Inside Tankoa Yachts’ 50m Olokun
Tankoa Yachts revealed interior of 50m superyacht Olokun.Olokun features a dining room...
Amels Addiction Spotted in Eze-sur-Mer
Addiction was spotted last summer in Eze-sur-Mer on the French Riviera. Addiction was built by...
Heesen's 37m Sea Axis Sold
The 36.99-metre Heesen superyacht Sea Axis sold in Florida after being on the market for more than...
Futuristic 85m Concept Revealed by Lazzarini Design
Lazzarini Design revealed an 85m superyacht concept with landing space for two helicopters.Named...

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42m Istros Listed for Sale
The team at Cecil Wright & Partners has become the Central Agent for the sale of the 42.10m Istros. This classic yacht built in 1954 for the Pappadakis family and relaunched in 2020 by Feadship is essentially a brand-new yacht. Feadship built a new aluminum superstructure, making it a complete replica of the original. All of her systems have been changed and upgraded with the most modern technologies available, including the engines. The original engines weighed 38 tonnes, 15% of the total displacement: replacing them with sustainable power sources meant adapting the superstructure and adding lead ballast. The new Istros is lighter than she was in 1954 and even more stable.Istros interior was made in Scandinavian style by Van Geest Design. More guest cabins were added and they have been enlarged. It also included a redesign of the main salon and galley.She won The World Superyacht Awards 2021 for Best Refit and is also a member of the highly cherished Feadship Heritage Fleet.Entering the charter market for the first time this year, she was unbelievably successful and a string of repeat charter is already on the cards for next year should a future custodian wish to keep her commercial.Shortly she will head back to Feadship for her final warranty work meaning that come the Spring of 2022, she will be a truly turn-key yacht and ready for the next phase of her life under a new owner.Istros' asking price is EUR 19,950,000.Feadship was formed as a group in 1949 as a marketing partnership between six Dutch shipyards, de Vries Lentch, Van de Stadt, Witsen & Vis, Akerboom, De Vries Scheepsbouw and Van Lent Shipyard, and De Voogt Naval Architects. Feadship is well-known as one of Netherlands’ most elite yacht builders and delivers superyachts from 50–100+ meters in length.Credits: Feadship
New 36m Chase Boat Phi Phantom Delivered by Alia Yachts
Alia Yachts has shared the first official photographs of the new 36m chase boat Phi Phantom, the vessel will follow its 58.5m mothership Phi around the globe carrying an array of toys and tenders. The yacht was built by the Turkish yard in aluminium and painted to match the mothership without a lick of filler. “The exterior styling of Phi Phantom has everything to do with her mothership Phi and at the same time she is really and literally a shadow of the longer beauty queen,” says exterior designer Cor D. Rover. “So, we simply looked at the design DNA that we gave mothership Phi, which consisted of a set of organically curved sheerlines, contrasting black and blue surfaces, and sharp edged and curved wing stations. As much as we were able to, given the constraints, we applied this DNA to Phi Phantom. Alia did a fantastic job in sculpting our ideas in aluminium without the forgiving help of filler material!”Phi Phantom has the same striking Stars & Stripes Blue paint, the swooping sheer, and similar stainless-steel grilles at the bow and on the superstructure, and the same dark glass panels. With a patented Fast Displacement XL® hull from Van Oossanen and twin Cat C-32 engines, Phi Phantom also boasts impressive performance. At her economical 11 knots cruising speed, she can manage an impressive range of over 6,000 nautical miles, but at full revs, she can reach 21 knots to match the slim, easily-driven hull of the mothership.“The extra length directly translates to extra deck space, which is the main purpose of a chase yacht and will add versatility, high fuel-efficiency and comfort. Because of this, Phi Phantom can easily be considered equal to chase yachts of much higher length and tonnage,” says Perry van Oossanen of Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Engineered to the nth degree to offer redundancy for every system, this is a boat that is designed to venture far off the beaten track and rely on its own resources. Key in its armoury of equipment is a very capable 9 m HS Marine crane for launching and retrieving the tenders and toys stored on the 150 sq. m open aft deck. Phi Phantom is designed to carry a 12.3 Spirit tender, 11m Axopar, jet skis, bikes and even a car. She will also be capable of bunkering fuel to extend the mothership’s range, and houses extra laundry facilities to boost capacity when there are lots of guests aboard. She can accommodate the three permanent crew across three cabins on board, and offer a slightly larger cabin with a desk to a guest or visitor, such as a guide. The interior is rounded off by a fine galley and a big crew mess. “We are so proud to see PHI Phantom floating.” said Gökhan Çelik, President of Alia Yachts. “The very engaged owner has worked with us every step of the way, giving us the support we needed to complete some very specific requests, including that requirement to use no filler on the hull. We wish Phi Phantom, her mothership and those who sail in them all the joys of the high seas.”Alia Yachts was founded in 2008 by Gokhan Çelik and Omer Koray. Located in the port of Antalya on the beautiful Turkish Riviera, Alia Yachts shipyard currently occupies approximately 8,000 m2, including three construction halls with their suites of specialist workshops and a dedicated interiors facility. With an additional 16,000 square meters under development for 2019, Alia Yachts will rank among the top facilities in the region.Credits: Alia Yachts/Charl van Rooy (RedCharlie Media)
Princess Yachts To Present Princess X80 and all-new V50 at boot Düsseldorf 2022
The UK’s Princess Yachts will present an exceptional line-up at boot Düsseldorf, including two global launches, the Princess X80 and the all-new V50 – plus two show debuts, the Princess X95 and Y72. The Princess F55 and V55 make up the fifth and the six yachts on display.Princess X80Featuring an extended flybridge that provides 30% more indoor space than a traditional motor yacht, the X80 is the smaller sister ship to the award-winning X95. Defined by innovative layout options with a host of distinct spaces, the X80 includes an enclosed bridge and skylounge on the upper deck, and an optional master stateroom forward on the main deck. Working together with Olesinski and Pininfarina, Princess has created the ultimate in avant-garde yacht.Princess all-new V50The all-new V50, available as a deck saloon or open model, replaces the popular original V50. Crafted with a new hull mould that delivers impeccable handling and sea-keeping, this modern sports yacht features new standards of refinement in interior fixtures and fittings as seen on her larger counterpart, the V55. An extended canopy creates the perfect place for guests to enjoy the outdoors under the large shaded cockpit area, whilst attractive shapes and forms flow throughout the main deck salon.Princess X95“Princess Yachts is thrilled to see the return of the much-anticipated boot Düsseldorf 2022 and eagerly await the opportunity to be back with the team at Messe Düsseldorf in person. We will be at Düsseldorf with an innovative range of boats that encapsulate everything we are about – improved efficiency and seakeeping; innovative packaging; and the extraordinary elegance of design for which we are renowned. With our full X Class range on display, as well as the all-new V50 and the Y72, we look forward to showing the world how we continue to push the boundaries in yacht design,” says Antony Sheriff, Executive Chairman, Princess Yachts.British yacht builder Princess Yachts was founded in 1965, manufacturing fibreglass yachts ranging from 13 to 40 meters in length. Its parent company is the French luxury group LVMH. Credits: Princess Yachts
Benetti’s 37m Papaito Available for Charter
The 37m Benetti Papaito is now available for charter with Northrop & Johnson. The luxury charter yacht will charter in the Bahamas in the summer and the Dominican Republic in the winter. Charters start at $125,000 per week, plus expenses.Papaito was delivered in 2009 with a refit in 2020, bringing her updates and upgrades throughout her interior and exterior. The motor yacht’s stabilizers allow for guest comfort when anchored or while underway.She offers a splendid charter yacht for groups of up to 10 people. The yacht’s contemporary interior areas and expansive exterior spaces make her ideal for on-water holidays. She has a classic Benetti styling across all her interior areas; from the main salon to the stunning staterooms, guests will feel the elegance of being onboard a luxury yacht. The yacht’s five sumptuous staterooms include a full-beam master suite with a king-size bed, two with queen-size beds and two with twin-size beds. The yacht’s tri-deck layout is a functional feature for optimal privacy between guests and crew. Papaito’s aft deck, skylounge, flybridge and foredeck offer commodious seating options for alfresco dining, socializing and sunset-watching.Credits: Northrop & Johnson
33m Performance Cruising Sloop Ribelle Finds New Owner
Burgess has sold the 32.64m sailing yacht Ribelle. Ribelle was delivered by Vitters in 2017, her modern and slick naval architecture and exterior design were devised on the drawing boards of Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design. Built in collaboration at Green Marine in the UK, her hull and superstructure are made from carbon fibre. This resulted in a lightweight displacement of just 84 tonnes, permitting Ribelle to achieve speeds of more than 20 knots in moderate conditions.Her custom interior was made by Rémi Tessier, who complimented her with a bright and modern interior decor. Ribelle can accommodate six guests across three cabins. This includes a master suite, VIP suite and a twin cabin. The master suite features a walkaround bed that is placed in a slightly lowered position and is enhanced by ambient lights that give the furniture a suspended appearance. The state-of-the-art equipment includes three ovens, a large induction cooktop, a blast chiller and a two-metre working island. The decor consists of glossy white-painted panels, mirrors and polished stainless steel. She was sold with a last asking price of EUR 16,500,000. This was an in-house deal handled by Burgess Monaco office. Vitters Shipyard is a Dutch high-end performance yacht builder. The shipyard was founded in 1990 by Jan Vitters. The company delivered the first luxury sailing boat, the 28m Aphrodite, in 1993. Vitters Shipyard has a crew of dedicated engineers and craftspeople who have a strong eye for detail and the passion to exceed the expectations of its yacht owners. Credits: Vitters

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