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Mulder delivers ThirtySix yacht Delta One
The recently launched Mulder Shipyard ThirtySix, M/Y Delta One, has...
Take a look at new 54m Baglietto superyacht project
Baglietto has revealed the hull shape of its 54m yacht #10231, which tank currently undergoes...
Pershing 140 moved into final construction shed
In recent weeks, the aluminium hull of the new Pershing 140 was in the spotlight during...
Simpson Marine announces 2 Sanlorenzo superyacht sales
Simpson Marine, Asia’s yacht sales, brokerage, charter and services company, has announced two...
Nautor’s Swan ClubSwan 125 under construction
Finnish shipyard Nautor’s Swan has announced the start of the construction of the 125 foot...
Numarine sells second 32XP to an American owner
Turkish shipyard Numarine has announced the sale of the second hull of the new 32XP...
Perini Navi launches 60m S/Y Seven
On Saturday, 5 August, Perini Navi launched the S/Y Seven.  The 60m aluminium ketch is the...
Tansu Yachts launch 43.7m Cyclone
Turkish shipyard Tansu has launched what would be its second largest yacht to date, 43.7m Cyclone....
Newly launched Mulder ThirtySix yacht Delta One completes sea trials
The recently launched Mulder Shipyard ThirtySix, M/Y Delta One, has successfully...
Horizon FD85 to make European debut in Cannes
Horizon Yachts has announced that hull two of the brand new Horizon FD85 model, which has been...
Heesen Yachts Laurentia undergoing sea trials
Heesen Yachts 55m Project Alida has been sold on the first day of the Palm...
48m Nerissa hits the water at Bilgin Yachts
Nerissa, the first of the 48m Bilgin 156 series, was launched on the 26th July after 23...
Wallycento yacht Tango launched at Persico Marine
Tango, the fourth unit of the Wallycento fleet, was successfully launched at Persico...
Arcadia Yachts sells the first unit of A100+
Arcadia Yachts has announced the sale of the first unit of A100+ to a British resident after...
Baglietto delivers 48m Andiamo to a Mexican owner
Andiamo, the latest 48m displacement yacht launched by Baglietto, La Spezia- based...
Nuvolari-Lenard unveils new details about Lurssen's Project Redwood
Nuvolari-Lenard has shared new design information about Project Redwood, a 139-metre (456-foot)...
Benetti sells 4th unit of the Mediterraneo 116’ model
Benetti has announced the sale of BM004, fourth unit of the Mediterraneo 116’ model from the...
Ghost II to be displayed in Sydney
Gulf Craft along with its Australian dealer, Australian Superyachts, will be participating in...
Benetti delivers Fast 125 yacht Lejos3
Benetti has successfully delivered to her owner the 4th unit of the Fast 125’ range, Lejos3....
Al Lusail undergoing sea trials
On 27th October 2016, Lurssen launched Project Jupiter at its facility in Bremen,...
Feadship delivers superyacht Hasna
The 73-metre Hasna was launched for an Australian owner on Saturday, June 3,...
Tansu Yachts to launch 43.7m Cyclone
Turkish shipyard Tansu is preparing to launch what would be its second largest yacht to date, 43.7m...
Philippe Briand unveils design of a new sailing yacht Jeanneau SO 440
Philippe Briand and Jeanneau have announced their latest collaboration, the 44-feet (13.4-metre) SO...
Dynamiq releases new images of its superyacht Jetsetter
Dynamiq Yachts, the company originated in Monaco in 2011, has launched its first...

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Shipyards pioneers in the supply of large yachts: Nobiskrug and Benetti
Lurssen, Oceanco, Feadship, Nobiskrug and Benetti- pioneers in the stable supply of large yachts.A significant Nobiskrug project is the 142.8-meter S / YA, the largest supporting sailing yacht built for Andrei Melnichenko.Work on the project began in 2008. Then eight designers were invited to present their versions of the world's largest sailing yacht. The Frenchman Jacques Garcia won the competition, but later, due to concerns about progress in the development of the project, the customer decided to change the designer. So Philip Stark joined in on Sailing Yacht A.The three-masted sailing-motor yacht "A" has a maximum length (LOA) of 142.81 meters, a maximum width of 24.88 meters, an 8-meter encapsulated keel and a displacement of approximately 14,224 tons.To bring together such unusual architectural and design ideas. The choice fell on the Nobiskrug yard in Germany.The Dutch company Dykstra Naval Architects acted as developers of the hull and keel. The designer of three huge 91-meter masts was Magma Structures from the UK, with Future Fiber from Valencia creating the geeks for them and the sails from Doyle Sails from the USA.The massive hull and superstructure of the yacht are made of steel; to reduce weight, some of their elements are made of carbon fiber.From the significant projects Benetti should point out the 108-meter IJE, delivered in 2019 for the Australian billionaire James Packer.Benetti IJE - one of three yachts more than 100 meters high, built at the same time at the shipyard in Livorno, has a balanced and timeless exterior designed by the British studio RWD.The open spaces on board cover more than 1000 square meters and feature luxury items such as a separate outdoor dining area on the owner’s deck and a large family dining table on the main deck. There is also a 1.5-meter fire pit on the bridge deck.The interior was designed by Benetti's own interior design department. The apartments can accommodate up to 22 guests, there is also room for a team of 29 crew members.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. The yacht is also equipped with an Schottel Stern SPJ electric pump.
68 m Soaring - first marine trials
Motorboat Soaring, Abeking & Rasmussen's new 68.2-meter superyacht.In the coming weeks, shipyard and client teams will test Soaring navigation and safety systems in the North Sea, and then transfer the ship to their owner in April.<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/EnFOQb2zKRE" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>The elegant exterior and modern interiors of the project are the design work of the German studio Focus Yacht Design. They can accommodate up to 12 guests in six cabins, including a master suite on the aft upper deck and an additional five cabins on the main deck. On the owner’s deck there is also a library and a private aft deck with seating areas.<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Z5uy_p9GJZY" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>The upper deck of Soaring has a master suite with a private owner's aft deck and library. The remaining 5 guest yacht cabins will be located on the main deck and served by a team of 17 people.
Inside the superyacht Princess Y95
The new Princess Y95 closely follows the design style of the new generation Princess with flowing and sculpted exterior lines from Pininfarina and Olesinski, with a noticeable influence from their future X95 model and will be ready for delivery in early 2021.Princess reports that the volume on board of her new Y95 is comparable to that of a 30-meter superyacht, which indicates a well-thought-out layout and space-saving measures built into this new model. The hull windows, for example, are the longest and widest of their kind ever installed on a Princess yacht.The Y95 has a traditional layout with five cabins, in which the main set of beams is directed forward on the main deck, and another VIP cabin with full width on the lower deck with two twin and double cabins for a total of 10 guests. The crew's living quarters are located at the stern of the yacht and can accommodate up to three employees on board the vessel to facilitate long voyages at sea.Additional layout options are presented in the form of a jacuzzi on the sun terrace, in the main lounge-bar, in a luxurious beach club or for accommodating an extended crew.In terms of performance, the Y95 will be equipped with two Man V12 engines that are designed for a maximum speed of 26 knots, while the wave-piercing nose increases the fuel efficiency and seaworthiness of the vessel.
Large Yacht Pioneers Shipyards: Oceanco
Lurssen, Oceanco, Feadship, Nobiskrug and Benetti- pioneers in the stable supply of large yachts.One of the landmark projects can be considered a 6-meter sailing yacht Black Pearl. This is the largest sailing yacht in the world, built at Oceanco for Oleg Burlakov.The 106-meter-long Black Pearl yacht, built by Oceanco, codenamed Project Solar, is able to cross the Atlantic, burning just 20 liters of fuel thanks to alternative energy sources.Inspired by the 88-meter-long Maltese falcon, built by Perini Navi for the late venture capitalist Tom Perkins in 2006, the Solar project began when Ken Freyvoha, the owner of the contract, signed a contract with the designer for style design and development on July 7, 2010. This initially led to a 96-meter preliminary concept, code-named Nautilus.Built as Project Y712 and often referred to as Project Solar, the internal structure and layout of the S / Y Black Pearl was originally created by Ken Freivoch and then refined by the owner, working closely with designer Gerard Willatt.Also, Oceanco's project, built for Jerry Jones, owner of Dallas Cowboys, is the 109-meter Bravo Eugenia.The Bravo Eugenia 109 m / 357 ft project was launched in 2018. Bravo is a prime example of a new wave of promising Oceanco yachts.Lateral Naval Architects worked on the architecture of the yacht, Nuvolari Lenard and Reymond Langton Design were involved in the exterior design and layout.Bravo is not like any previous Oceanco. She is Oceanco's first company to use the LIFE design (elongated, innovative, economical, environmentally friendly).
Miami Yacht Show: 48 WallytenderX
The 48 Wallytender X was unveiled at the Miami Yacht Sow 2020.Key features of this boat include extensive boating amenities, including a full cabin and shower for two guests, a galley with two refrigerators, one inside and one outside, and the Passarelle retractable model, which also serves as a swimming ladder. Hinged support sections increase the size of the swimming platform.This is the first unit in the outboard version with a deep Tyrrhenian blue finish equipped with four 450-horsepower outboard racing engines.They provide a maximum speed of 55 knots, a cruising speed of 40 knots and a range of 320 nautical miles. This range can be extended to 350 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 36 knots.Founder of Wally Luca Bassani claims that they were able to maintain Wally's strong aesthetic personality and many of the practical features already found in the inboard model, perfect to meet the needs of customers who prefer a boat trip.The change came after the third and fourth of 48 Wallytenders made their debut at the Cannes Yacht Festival last year after the acquisition of the Wally brand by Ferretti Group.

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