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Lucky Lady in Sardinia
Lucky Lady (ex. Lady Lola) is a large motor yacht built by Oceanco in 2002. The 62.60-m motor...
DreAMBoat: Take a peek inside the 90m Oceanco superyacht
Welcome aboard the 90m luxury yacht, built by Oceanco, and delivered in...
Royal Huisman showcases new 46m Project 405
Royal Huisman showcases a new lightweight 46m high-performance cruiser sloop: “Nauta Reichel Pugh...
Sanlorenzo unveils  the SX112 crossover yacht
34m SX112 is the flagship of the SX crossover line by Sanlorenzo that proposes a new way of living...
Bannenberg and Rowell showcases the design of 43m yacht concept Estrade
Superyacht design studio Bannenberg & Rowell have released a new superyacht concept, the...
Mulder's Project Mana is ready for sea trials
Project Mana, the third hull in Dutch yard Mulder's ThirtySix series, has been launched and ready...
CC98 by Horizon Yachts in construction
Horizon Yachts has begun construction of a 32m customised CC98 yacht. Horizon Custom...
Azimut Benetti has appointed Marco Valle as Group Chief Executive
The Azimut Benetti Group has appointed Marco Valle as its next chief executive. Valle will take...
The first Riva 88 Folgore launched
The new Riva 88 yacht is the first model to be launched by the Shipyard in 2020. The yacht was...
Inside Azimut S8 by Azimut Yachts
Alberto Mancini's Azimut S8 is both aggressive and elegant, which makes it perfectly fit into the...
Inside 28m Ferretti 920
The Ferretti Yacht 920 is a flybridge yacht which stands out thanks to its monumental, dynamic...
Monaco Yacht Show update
The 30th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) will take place from Wednesday 23 to Saturday 26...
Ulstein Verft delivered 88m Explorer Olivia O by Espen Øino
Ulstein Verft delivered 88.5-metre Espen Øino-designed explorer yacht Olivia O after...
Ulstein has delivered two Ulstein px121 for COSL
On 8 May 2020 Ulstein has delivered the first two platform supply vessels of the Ulstein...
Echo Yachts reveals 50m Project Echo catamaran design
Echo Yachts reveals 50m Project Echo catamaran design. This is the latest design collaboration...
Ferretti Yachts 500 showcases new design solutions and two interior moods
Ferretti Yachts 500 is the result of the collaboration between the Product Strategy Committee...
New collaboration of Damen Shipyards and Korean yard HHIC
Damen Shipyards Group has signed an agreement with Korean yard Hanjin Heavy Industries and...
Heesen shipyard showcases new 50m project Triton
Heesen Yachts showcases its brand new 50-metre superyacht project Triton. Triton consolidates...
Cantiere delle Marche showcases first Flexplorer superyacht
Italian yard Cantiere delle Marche showcases first in-build Flexplorer superyacht.The 39.4-metre...
Vripack showcases new 66m fossil-fuel-free Superyacht Concept Futura
Dutch design studio Vripack has revealed a new 66m fossil-fuel-free superyacht concept Futura.A...
92m Feadship superyacht's paint job by Palumbo Superyachts Marseille is almost completed
One of the undertaken projects by Palumbo Superyachts Marseille for the complete repaint of a 92...
Heesen Yachts has launched 55m Project Castor
Heesen Yachts has launched 55-metre steel class superyacht Project Castor in Oss. The yacht on...
Princeville and Tigers Eye Superyachts were damaged in Fort Lauderdale
The Benetti superyacht Princeville and Hargrave superyacht Tigers Eye were damaged by fire.Both...
Turquoise Yachts showcases new 56 Metre Explorer Yacht Blue II
Turkish yard Turquoise has launched 56-metre explorer yacht Blue II (previously known as Project...

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7 impressive celebrity superyachts
Yachts, which are owned by celebrities will definitely fascinate you, just like their impressive owners. Sometimes these famous people just want to escape and enjoy a luxury vacation without being recognized. There is no better way than to do it aboard a superyacht.Richard Branson, the prolific British billionaire and mastermind behind the Virgin brand, is known for his creative and extravagant ideas. He loves to enjoy the escape from the stresses of business life on his private Caribbean island. The 32 metre catamaran superyacht Necker Belle was named after his island hideaway, Necker Island, in the British Virgin Islands, which is one of the most exclusive private islands owned by celebrities. The legendary boat was sold by Branson to an undisclosed buyer in August 2018. Richard said in an interview:I sold it the day after we broke the record and have never had another one sinceKnown as one of the best golfers in the world, Tiger Woods is an owner of a yacht with a very symbolic name Privacy. Woods reportedly paid around $20 million for Privacy when he purchased it in 2004. Well, with an estimated net worth around $800 million, he definitely could afford it.Top Hollywood director Steven Spielberg reportedly has a net worth of more than $3 billion. No wonder, he can easily afford a luxury 86 metre superyacht! Seven Seas was built by Oceanco in 2010 with a refit in 2016 . With such a cinematic owner, of course the boat features a cinema screen as well as one of the best superyacht infinity pools with a 15-foot glass wall. She accommodates 12 guests and can reach a maximum speed of 20 knots.EOS is a 92.93m luxury yacht, built by Lurssen and delivered in 2006. The schooner, which is one largest private sailing yachts in the world, was bought by fashion designer Diane von Furstenburg and her husband IAC Chairman Barry Diller in 2009. Her exterior design was created by Bill Langan and interior design by Francois Catroux. EOS offers accommodation for 16 guests and 21 crew. Legendary fashion designer Giorgio Armani has recently celebrated 40 years of life at sea. Armani designed the Codecasa superyacht Main himself. With the length of 65 meter, she is one of the largest yachts built in Italy, which can easily be recognized by her stylish dark green hull color. Main’s interior configuration enables comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests within 7 cabins. With a net worth of $8,2 billion, buying such a luxury yacht is not a big deal for him.Isn’t it nonsense if Captain Jack Sparrow wouldn’t have his own vessel to sail the seas? Johnny Depp owned a classic superyacht with a length of 47 meters. The name of the yacht is “Vajoliroja” and comes from a combination of names in the Depp family: “Va” for Vanessa Paradis his girlfriend, “jo” for Johnny’s own name, “liro” after Depp’s daughter Lily Rose, and “ja” for Depp’s son Jack. It was sold it for about $27 million in late 2015 or early 2016. The new owner later sold it to J.K. Rowling (the author of Harry Potter), who renamed it Amphitrite and made it available for purchase and charter. Could Little Harry even dream of such accommodation when he was living in the cupboard under the stairs?It’s great to be a member of U2, especially Bono and The Edge, who share the uber-luxe yacht Cyan. The guys don’t have to force a “Beautiful Day” on this amazing yacht featuring an “outdoor cinema screen” and plenty of toys for the water. The 48.71 metre motor yacht was launched by Italian builder Codecasa in 1997 but has been kept in like-new condition and is now available to charter with Burgess.
$200 million Benetti superyacht IJE of Mariah Carey‘s ex fiancé spotted at West Coast
Italian shipyard Benetti superyacht IJE was spotted at North America West Coast on her way to San Pasquel. The 108m vessel was built in 2019 and bought by Australian billionaire, casino mogul, and inveterate superyacht collector James Packer.This Italian-built floating palace is estimated to have cost Mariah Carey‘s ex-fiancé around $200 million. Previously known as FB275, she is one of three yachts 100 metre+ yachts, built at the same time at the shipyard in Livorno, following the launches of FB277 and FB272. Mr.Packer named the yacht IJE after his three children: Indigo, Jackson, and Emmanuelle.Built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, IJE features timeless exterior design by the British studio RWD and interior, which remains top secret, created by Benetti's own interior design department. The superyacht offers accommodation up to 22 guests taken care of by a team of 29 crew members with open spaces onboard covering more than 1000 square meters.IJE can cover up to 6,500 nautical miles with its 345,000-liter fuel tank and reach a top speed of up to 18.5 knots using its two powerful MTU dual engines, each with 2880 kW. Her cruising speed is 14 knots. The yacht is also equipped with a Schottel Stern SPJ electric pump.
Spotted: two Golden Yachts O’Ptasia and O’Pari in Piraeus
The two Golden Yachts flagship superyachts O’Pari and O’Ptasia have been seen in the Zea Marina in Piraeus, Greece this week.The recently-launched 95-metre O’Pari is the largest yacht ever undertaken by the Greek builder. This flagship motor yacht has been launched by superyacht builder Golden Yachts at the facility of Golden Yachts Halkitis in Athens, Greece earlier this year.She yan offer accommodation for a total of 12 guests across nine double cabins, including four twins and one single. O’Pari also has a crew of 28. The power of the yacht comes from a pair of CAT 3516C-HD 2525kw engines for a maximum speed of 18 knots. The 85-metre O’Ptasia was built by Golden Yachts in 2018. With a beam of 13.8 m and a draft of 3.6 m, she has a steel hull. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 2350 tons. The vessel is powered by CAT engines giving her a maximum speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots. O’Ptasia's maximum range is estimated at 2350 nautical miles. The motor yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 11 cabins. Both yachts were designed by Studio Vafiadis from Italy.
3,2,1 Launch! Oleg Tinkov’s 77m explorer yacht La Datcha is getting ready to take off
Dutch Damen Yachting launched the first private luxurious 77m ice breaker La Dacha in Vlissingen today. She is owned by extravagant Russian banking billionaire and adventurer, Oleg Tinkov, whose net worth is estimated at $2.4 billion by Forbes.Due to enhanced fuel tanks and top of the state garbage management systems, La Dacha can stay on sea for 40 days without returning to a port, making her the ultimate expedition and adventure yacht. Furthermore, guests and the owner will never get bored due to the extensive collection of toys and tenders, snowmobiles, two helicopters, and a personal submarine.The vessel features an ice-classed hull and is polar code compliant, designed to cruise the world’s wildest natural regions with no sacrifice to the levels of luxury onboard. Offering adventure without limits, La Dacha Expedition Yacht 77 also features 2 hot water Jacuzzis — 1 indoor and 1 outdoor, a sauna & steam bath, massage room, and a fully equipped gym.The yacht offers accommodation for 12 guests in 6 staterooms, including 2 master cabins and 2 VIP suites. Each suite comes with a bathroom (a toilet and a shower or a tub) and a walk-in wardrobe. Guests can safely enjoy the most spectacular Arctic and Antarctic landscapes with 25 crew members on board to assist guests in any way they can.As a part of Tinkov’s recreational luxury project La Dacha, consisting of several holiday hikes in remote high-end destinations, the explorer is being built. She will be available for weekly charter but for the moment the owner is planning to spend up to 20 weeks a year on the yacht himself.Oleg Tinkov said just before the launch:The Earth is so big and our life is so short, so we have to explore as much as we can. And the SeaXplorer project is just perfect. I fell in love with the shape, the design. Don’t forget that this is the one yacht with two helicopters, so you can really go further into the mainland. You can see the bears. You can see the animals. You can heli-ski. Any kind of activities, fishing and so on. With two helicopters you have absolute freedom to explore any remote territory as deep as you wantRose Damen, Amels and Damen Managing Director was also at the launch:The owner has a lot of energy and ideas that went into the design of La Datcha. This yacht is the largest and most capable SeaXplorer so far, custom-built to the owner’s requirements. There is no other yacht like it in the world. We’re very proud to be building her and can’t wait to see La Datcha exploring the world
A new owner for Overmarine 42m Project Venezia
Italian builder Overmarine Group has announced the sale of 43-metre project Venezia to an American client. She is fifth unit in the Mangusta Oceano 43 and the second Mangusta Oceano displacement yacht to be sold to Florida.The shipyard submitted the new-build project to the owner through Worth Avenue Yachts with a delivery date of November 2020.The tri-deck Mangusta Oceano 43 was designed by Alberto Mancini and features such design elements as large windows, skylights for daylight, wide glazed surfaces, and special lighting solutions. Noticeable features of the model include a forward-facing infinity pool with a waterfall, a beach club aft with the stern door folding down to become a swim platform, sunbathing area, a garage at the bow, and several alfresco living areas.The engines of the yacht provide a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles. Overmarine Group’s Interiors Department is already in contact with the new owner to customize the layout and the furniture, and decor to match the owner’s preferences.Stefano Arlunno, Overmarine Group’s Americas Area Manager explained:This sale once more confirms that our vessels – be they Maxi Open, fast displacement, or displacement yachts – perfectly meet the needs of our American clientele. Behind a successful sale always stands the harmonious combination of the right product, an owner who has fallen in love with it, and passionate teamwork. In this specific case, our gratitude goes to Worth Avenue Yachts

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