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95m Palladium Renamed AV After the Sale
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Jakobstad Facility by Baltic Yachts Expands
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Second Sportiva 55 Sold by Tankoa
Tankoa has announced the sale of a second unit in the new Sportiva 55 series. The...
50m Belle Anna Listed for Sale
Belle Anna has listed for sale for the very first time as part of the Fraser sales...
Third 35m Kando 110 Sold by AvA Yachts
AvA Yachts has sold the third 110 model of the Kando series. AvA Kando 110 motor yacht series...
Camper & Nicholsons Announced the Results of 2022
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73m Turquoise’s Quantum of Solace Finds New Owner
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50m Victoria Del Mar Listed for Sale
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RORC Transatlantic Race Starts in January
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34m Westport’s Superstar Joins the Market
Northrop & Johnson has listed for sale the 34m Superstar by yacht broker Alex...
Ancasta Is All Set for boot Düsseldorf 2023
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Inside 38m Baglietto’s Enterprise
The 38m motor yacht Enterprise was launched in June 2022 and later made her world debut...
Keel Laid for first Admiral Panorama 50m Superyacht
The Italian Sea Group celebrates the keel laying of the first Admiral Panorama 50-meter, the...
Sanlorenzo Completes the Acquisition of Equinoxe
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EXP32 and EXP37 Announced by StellarPM
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Sunreef Yachts Summed Up the Results of the Year
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22m S7 Will Be Presented by Azimut at Düsseldorf
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71m Electro-Diesel Concept Bullet Presented by Dynaship Yacht Design
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Merry Christmas 2022: Greetings from Shipyards on Social Media
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Numarine 37XP Sold for 2024 Delivery
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30m Yacht Concept Defender Unveiled by Vripack
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27m Infynito 90 Presented by Ferretti Yachts
At boot Düsseldorf Ferretti Yachts presented the first model in the new range Infynito, which was announced in August 2022. The new range, which contains the brand’s initials (FY) in its name, introduces a style that gives shape to owners’ new needs: seamless contact with the surrounding environment, more sustainable materials and navigation, custom detailing, and a direct link with the sea and the sky. Ferretti Yachts Infynito is the result of collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee led by Mr. Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department. The exterior design and hulls are by Filippo Salvetti, while the interiors are the work of Ideaeitalia.The first model in the new range to debut in 2023 is Ferretti Yachts Infynito 90. With an overall length of 26.97 meters, but Lh under 24 meters and therefore classified as a recreational craft with CE certification, and a maximum beam of 7.33 meters, the yacht is designed to give cruising enthusiasts an incomparable new experience. The yacht has over 100 sq. m of open-air living spaces (almost 50% more than the segment average) and over 140 sq. m of interiors (over 25% more than the average), including a main deck and a skylounge featuring particularly impressive volumes. Owners can choose between different layouts for each deck, ranging from open-plan spaces to more formal settings reserved for day and night time privacy, offering an experience that can be fully customized according to personal needs.“The Ferretti Yachts Infynito range addresses a segment that needed new concepts. The chief aim of the interior design process was to heighten the perception of space by creating virtuous layouts in which harmony reigns between the sophisticated aesthetic impact and the management of spaces that are always functional and efficient. Ferretti Yachts Infynito is designed for owners who are increasingly seeing their yacht as a new place to live in, as an extension of their homes,” comments Ideaeitalia’s Davide Bernardini and Alessio Battistini.Ferretti Yachts Infynito 90 can be fitted with a pair of MAN V12 engines rated up to 1,800 mHP (in the optional version), driving the yacht to a top speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots (preliminary data). The new range will also introduce F.S.E.A. technology (Ferretti Sustainable Enhanced Architecture) to the industry, a package of environmentally friendly cruising solutions. They include a solar roof that generates electricity and charges a lithium battery pack to power onboard services. 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
74m Foiling Yacht Plectrum Revealed by Lazzarini Design
Lazzarini Design surprised us again with its newest concept Plectrum, a 74-meter superyacht powered by a foiling system inspired by America’s cup sail yacht (Prada’s 2023 model). The superyacht runs on three hydrogen-powered motors (fuel cells), 5000hp each (15,000 hp in total) and can reach an estimated maximum speed of 75 knots. After 15 knots the yacht can lift above the water surface. The yacht spreads across four decks and can accommodate 12 guests across six cabins, and an owner suite, which is located on the main deck. She features a swimming pool, a helipad and helicopter hangar and a spacious garage, which can accommodate two tenders, water toys and a car. Credits: Lazzarini Design
Net Zero Superyacht Announced by Sanlorenzo in Düsseldorf
In 2023 Sanlorenzo, award winner of the 'Sustainability Excellence Award 2022', is the Project Partner of the Blue Innovation Dock, the Boot Düsseldorf platform that brings together voices and projects dedicated to sustainability, priority for the future not only of yachting. At the press-conference, hosted yesterday, Massimo Perotti, CEO of Sanlorenzo, announced that the shipyard is working on a launch of a net zero superyacht in 2027. Sanlorenzo Boot Dusseldorf stand designed by Piero LissoniThese are projects of absolute technological innovation that will be made possible thanks to exclusive strategic agreements with energy giants such as Siemens Energy. Despite the fact that yachting accounts for only 0.22% of the total GHG emissions of the entire shipping sector, (International Maritime Organisation, 2020), the introduction of innovations and technologies to reduce the environmental impact of yachts is becoming an increasingly central part of the Sanlorenzo Group's Research and Development department's business plan.After the exclusive agreement signed with Siemens Energy for the development and integration of combined reformer/fuel cell modules into the power supply system for hotellerie functions on yachts between 24 and 80 meters in length, and after the decision announced in September 2022 to develop such a system for the specific requirements of the new 50Steel, the Sanlorenzo Group can today state that the project's progress is proceeding right as planned.The testing phase of the first reformer/fuel cell modules has begun, while the basic design of the methanol/water supply, power management, condensation and ventilation systems has just been completed. At present, the components of the complete system that will be installed on board the first 50Steel unit in the Sanlorenzo shipyard in La Spezia at the beginning of 2024 are under preparation. Concurrently, the project team is engaged in the Risk Assessment of the entire hotel power generation system together with Lloyd’s Register.Once completed, this innovative application will represent the first concrete step in the generation of carbon-neutral power from new-generation fuels (E-methanol and bio-methanol) for the entire yachting industry.At the same time, Sanlorenzo is already thinking about a second step: the development of a carbon-neutral power generation system, with a substantial increase in the power developed by the reformer/fuel cell modules.This will make low-speed, wide-range navigation possible in carbon neutrality conditions through the hybrid propulsion system, overcoming the current limitations of systems, which in zero emission mode (main engines and generators off) can only rely on the modest energy capacity of the batteries. This second step will also require a technological leap in the yacht's structure and plant configuration.Sanlorenzo's R&D and technical department engineers together with Lloyd’s Register will tackle this challenge by focusing on the development of high capacity structural tanks suitable for the new fuel. These will be compatible with the limited space available on board and will take into account the strict regulations currently applied to large methanol transport vessels.The ultimate goal for Sanlorenzo includes an even more ambitious third step: the design and construction of a superyacht powered solely by green methanol. The generation of the power needed to sail at maximum speed will therefore no longer be tied to diesel engines, but rather will be based on a combination of fuel cells and internal combustion engines powered by green methanol.Sanlorenzo was founded in 1985 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 62 meters in length. Credits: Sanlorenzo
New Silent 120 Explorer Unveiled by Silent-Yachts, VRCO and U-Boat Worx
Silent-Yachts revealed its new superyacht, the Silent 120 Explorer. The new project, which features interior design by Marco Casali, also offers owners the chance to make the most of their adventure cruising itineraries with space for two of the latest must-have toys for remote voyaging – an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft for heli-cruising and a submarine for underwater discovery. The 36.74-meter Silent 120 Explorer features a 13.85-meter beam and an astonishing volume of 499 gross tonnes to offer extended cruising at 6-8 knots in economical mode, or up to 16 knots at full power. The supercat also heralds the next step in solar-powered cruising, with 40kWp (kilowatt-peak) panels providing enough energy to cover the yacht’s hotel loads (thanks in part to detailed and highly efficient systems design) as well as offering significant fossil-free cruising autonomy, with carefully selected range-extender generators in addition to the 800kW lithium-ion batteries driving highly efficient 340kW e-motors, giving unlimited-miles cruising potential.The catamaran hull form combined with compact electric propulsion units offers significant space that enables the Silent 120 Explorer to carry both a revolutionary eVTOL aircraft and an all-electric two-person submarine, in addition to the usual tenders and toys demanded on a superyacht.Silent-Yachts’ partnership with VRCO, designers and manufacturers of the Xcraft XP4 eVTOL aircraft, marks the first time a yacht builder and an aircraft manufacturer have collaborated, with the XP4 being customized to match the interiors of the Silent 120 Explorer. The XP4 can be landed on the roof of the Silent 120 Explorer, where large solar panels will slide outboard to port and starboard to reveal a touch-and-go landing pad.The XP4, which is due for certification in 2024, offers convenient aerial personal transportation for up to four people, and is designed with an array of safety features including detection and avoidance technology, a ballistic parachute, and low-altitude crash prevention systems. In addition to utilizing technologies such as nanomaterials and hydrogen-based range extension, the XP4 can not only be charged from the Silent 120 Explorer’s solar panels but can also deliver power from its own battery to the yacht as a back-up power source. The U-Boat Worx NEMO submarine offers diving to 100 meter depths for two people in an all-electric package whose footprint is smaller than two jet-skis. The NEMO features the trademark acrylic pressure globe that gives pilot and passenger a breathtaking view of the depths, while the Manta control interface is both easy to learn and easy to operate.“The trend is for bigger yachts and more luxury, more comfort, more water toys and more possibilities,” says Michael Köhler, founder and CEO of Silent-Yachts. “In the Silent 120 Explorer we designed a boat that is bigger in volume although not in length, and bigger gives the opportunity to store more of these toys.The first Silent 120 Explorer is currently in build and due for launch in 2024. Silent-Yachts is producing the world’s first fully solar-sustainable oceangoing production catamaran yachts. They are powered exclusively by solar energy and capable of cruising up to 100 miles per day. In 2009, founders Heike and Michael Köhler, who have spent 6,000 days cruising more than 75,000 miles all around the world, launched the Solarwave 46, the first fully self-sufficient blue-water catamaran after years of testing solar-powered propulsion, and they have been building boats ever since. Credits: Silent-Yachts
More Details About Azimut S7 and Magellano 60 Unveiled by Azimut
The newest model in Azimut’s S Series was introduced at Boot Düsseldorf 2023. Conceived by an exceptional collaboration of revered designer Alberto Mancini with the creative boutique Yachtique, this 22-meter model joins Azimut’s Low Emission Yacht family with reduced environmental impact, to which the shipyard is dedicating significant resources.S7Low Emission Yachts are a concrete project, which the Group launched to offer the market a reduction in fuel consumption – and consequently in CO2 emissions – from 20 to 30% compared to boats of the same weight and dimensions with traditional hard-chine hulls and shaft line propulsion. These results were achieved through a holistic study of the vessel, including the adoption of the most efficient propulsion systems for each yacht’s mission, the development of high-performance hydrodynamic hulls and the extensive use of lightweight carbon fiber.S7 The S7 is therefore the result of cutting-edge technological research, which sees the combination of the most advanced naval architecture in the category with the supremely efficient triple Volvo IPS engine configuration, and optimized hull lines, designed in collaboration with P.L. Ausonio Naval Architecture. The result is an impressive reduction of up to 30% in consumption and CO2 emissions at medium and high speeds, meeting the rigorous standards of Azimut's Low Emission Yacht family.S7Yachtique, celebrating its debut design of an Azimut yacht, is an Italian creative boutique specializing in interior design and decor, a leading player in the creative direction of the Innovation Design Hub of Azimut|Benetti Group. Yachtique has thus created the interiors of the new S7, taking inspiration from various sources, with the aim of fostering a chic residential style, without ever forgetting the intended use of the craft.Magellano 60At a press conference within Azimut’s exhibit, the Magellano 60 project was unveiled, a novelty that will sparkle for her première at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2023. The Magellano 60 will complete the Magellano Series – which includes the Magellano 66, the Magellano 25M and the Magellano 30M – freshly renewed by the skilled hand of Ken Freivokh (the same who designed the early Magellano models). Magellano 60The Magellano 60 is a further step along the sustainable path that the brand has planned, and with the second-generation Dual Mode hull, she takes her rightful place as a Low Emission Yacht.Magellano 60Characterized by a timeless aesthetic, she features generous volumes and architectural solutions, among which an Infinity Terrace aft and a new internal dining with an exclusive sea view.Azimut Yachts is an Azimut Benetti Group brand. With its Atlantis, Magellano Flybridge, S, Verve and Grande collections, Azimut offers the widest range of 10 to 40 meters.Credits: Azimut Yachts

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