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Steve Kozloff unveils 72m Sterne Arctique explorer superyacht
The US-based designer Steve Kozloff, the founder of the Goliath series of polar expedition...
Canados introduces 919 Gladiator RD with a record speed of 52 knots
Italian builder Canados Yachts has introduced a new day cruiser that is set to become the...
The 1883 sailing ship Elbe No 5 sinks near Hamburg
A 36.8-metre wooden sailboat Elbe No. 5, that had been launched after restoration just a few days...
Brand new 130 Viatorem explorer concept by Max Zhivov and Otobot
Superyacht designer Max Zhivov in partnership with Tutkish engineering company Otobot, and Turkish...
Francesco del Carlo relaunches the 1914 vintage yacht Tirrenia II
On Saturday June 8th, the 18-metre vintage yacht originally built by H.R. Stevens Yard in...
141m superyacht Yas spotted in Dubrovnik
The 141-metre ADM Shipyards superyacht Yas has been spotted in Dubrovnik, reports...
Azimut-Benetti installs a 18-metre yacht in Times Square
Azimut-Benetti, one of the world’s leading superyachts manufacturers, commemorates the 50th...
90m schooner Athena relaunched after refit
The 90-metre schooner Athena has been relaunched after her extensive winter refit...
Sanlorenzo introduces brand new SD96 model
Italian builder Sanloremzo has presented the brand new 28-metre SD96 yacht, the next...
Giga League: recalling the 10 largest Lürssen yachts
A privileged yard, one of the leading builders of custom superyachts, Lürssen has...
Benetti delivers 63m superyacht Metis
Italian yard Benetti has delivered the 63-metre superyacht Metis to a German owner....
Asymmetric future of yacht design: Sanlorenzo introduces brand new SL96
Italian builder Sanlorenzo debuted its SL102Asymmetric model during the Cannes Yachting...
Damen launches the first hull of 77m SeaXplorer superyacht La Datcha
On the 4th of June, Dutch yacht builders Amels and Damen celebrated the hull...
Venice Biennale 2019: when a former yacht literally becomes an artwork
Along with gaining popularity general concern of the owners regarding the art preservation...
Global 330: the first explorer yacht by Dynamiq
The Monaco-based builder Dynamiq has revealed its innovative 33-metre GLOBAL 330 model, the...
Rescue operation: 40m sailing superyacht My Song hauled out in Palma
The Baltic 130 Custom sailing yacht My Song that had fallen down from a cargo ship...
What you need to know about superyacht helipads
A growing number of modern yachts comes equipped with helipads, as helicopters are a convenient,...
Russian billionaire’s 156m superyacht Dilbar spotted in Sochi
The world’s most voluminous yacht with her gross tonnage of 15,917 GT, the 156-metre...
Codecasa launches the 65m flagship Hull F74
On June 1, 2019, Italian builder Cantieri Navali Codecasa launched its latest 65-metre...
58m Feadship superyacht Larisa gains a new owner
The 57.6-metre superyacht Larisa delivered to her original owner in 2013...
Why owning private yachts is not popular with Chinese billionaires
In recent years, Asia has rapidly become one of the major territories active in the yachting...
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Double success: Benetti delivers 29m Baya and 35.5m Good Day
Leading Italian yacht builder Benetti has sequently delivered the fifth hull in its Delfino 95...
CNC reveals new Ocean King explorer yacht
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Lürssen to Debut 56m Project 13800 at Monaco Yacht Show 2021
Lürssen will be displaying the latest delivery from the yard at the Monaco Yacht Show this year. Project 13800 will be delivered during this summer and will have her world debut at the show. Lürssen is known for manufacturing the largest yachts in the world but at the moment is targeting projects in the 55 to 75 meter range. Project 13800 is a first step in reestablishing the brand as a serious proposition for yachts in that size bracket as well.The experienced owners had a clear idea of what their needs for their lifestyle are – a customized engineered yacht at 56 meters. The exterior and interior were made by Bannenberg & Rowell. A fearless use of colours and textures as well as museum quality interior furniture pieces underline the approach of tremendous attention to detail – not only in the interior spaces but also in the technical areas. “We are hopeful that the revamped show concept of the Monaco Yacht Show will be a success and that we will have the opportunity to engage with many new build customers,” says Michael Breman, Sales director. Lürssen is a German shipyard with headquarters in Bremen-Vegesack and shipbuilding facilities in Lemwerder, Berne and Bremen-Aumund. Founded in 1875, Lürssen is one of the world's leading builders of custom luxury superyachts and has launched many of the largest yachts in the global fleet, including Octopus, Rising Sun, and Azzam.Credits: Lürssen
37m Evo 120 Delivered by Tecnomar
The Italian Sea Group has delivered the new Evo 120 Yacht. The third unit of the Tecnomar Evo 120 represents the perfect blend of style and functionality, engineering efficiency and avant-garde design. Both an interior and exterior design made by Gian Marco Campanino Design. The main deck hosts the focal space of the living area: from the dining room complete with living area to the kitchen area completely equipped for every need. The sundeck accommodates a great lounge area with a partially glazed infinity pool, a bar with an outdoor kitchen and the wheelhouse, perfectly integrated with the interior design and placed in the highest visibility point on board. She can accommodate eight guests across four cabins – one full-beam owner cabin, one VIP cabin and two guest cabins. All located at the lower deck. The bow hosts the crew area, whereas the stern accommodates a storage space for toys and tenders up to 4,5 meters.Her twin MTU 12V2000 M96L diesel engines give her a maximum speed of 18 knots. She has a range of 1,800 nautical miles while cruising at 10 knots.Tecnomar is a brand of The Italian Sea Group, and it is renowned for building sleek performance yachts. The brand has launched 289 yachts since 1987.Credits: Tecnomar
Sanlorenzo Had 3 Launches in 15 Days
In just 15 days Sanlorenzo has launched the fourth and fifth units of the Alloy and the sixth unit of the 52Steel at the La Spezia shipyard. Alloy A fast-displacement model measuring 44.5m in length, with three decks and a tonnage of 490 GRT, built entirely in aluminium, the Sanlorenzo superyacht Alloy has the owner's cabin, conceived as a private apartment of 147 sq. m, divided into three interconnected levels, with an indoor and an outdoor area, a design never seen before on a superyacht of this size. Alloy A superyacht offering incredible spaces to enjoy the living area and outdoors: from the sun deck, with its 83 sq. m exterior area offering multiple possibilities for open-air lunches, sunbathing, relaxation and socialising, to the large 102 sq. m beach club consisting of a bar/gym area, a folding stern platform and two lateral ones.52SteelThe 52Steel features large interior and exterior volumes and design solutions normally found on much larger models, along with visionary technical innovations that have become the inspiration for the entire industry.One of the revolutionary elements of the 52Steel is the entire aft area: the swimming pool with its transparent bottom on the main deck allows the passage of light into the environment below, a large floodable garage area convertible into a beach area can be extended thanks to the folding terraces, creating a surreal effect.Sanlorenzo does not slow down its course and travels towards new records: the eighth unit of the Alloy line and the eighth unit of the 52Steel range are currently under construction.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 28.60m to 62m in length. Credits: Sanlorenzo
Updates on Fourth 34m Moonen Martinique YN201
Moonen Yachts has shared the construction updates on the YN201. YN201 is the fourth Martinique. Last Wednesday the 33.6m superyacht had her twin Caterpillar C32 Acert engines hoisted into her engine room. A step that comes right before the joining of the hull and superstructure.
Yesterday, the next milestone for YN201 was checked off the list as her aluminium superstructure was joined to her high tensile steel hull. “Every time it’s amazing to see the yacht in its full glory for the first time. This point also marks the start of our intense outfitting period where all systems will be installed, the luxurious interior will be built-in and she will be painted in her final colours. The next time she will be outside, she will be fully ready to be launched,” says Ian Vermoen, Project Manager.YN201, which is available for sale, is due for delivery in 2022. Moonen Yachts is a yacht builder based in the Netherlands, and its first yacht was built in 1964 under the original yard name of De Ruiter. In 1981 the yard was renamed Moonen Shipyards. It’s launching its first vessel under new ownership: Alhena. In 2017 Moonen Shipyards changed into Moonen Yachts. With the help of strong vision, innovative technology and new designers, Moonen is once again becoming the market leader in 30m to 50m luxury yachts.Credits: Moonen Yachts
Overmarine Group Revealed New Mangusta Oceano 44 Concept
The new, innovative Mangusta Oceano 44 is developed jointly by the Overmarine Group’s Engineering department and designer Alberto Mancini, who took care of both her exteriors and interiors, this ultra-modern sea loft is a perfect blend of glass, charm and audacity, ready to explore the world.The new 44m three-decker offers her guests unprecedented experiences and the pleasure of spending every single moment of cruising in the utmost comfort. The design includes a series of side and crosswise sliding doors, creating a harmonious continuum of solutions and materials and making the very most of onboard life.The beach club conceived to be the very heart of social life, once the transom is opened and the side terraces are unfolded, it becomes a 180° marine environment brightened by the natural light that filters through the side openings and the partially glazed upper deck, resulting in an incredibly airy and yet very cosy area.One of the most distinguishing features on this yacht are two infinity pools located on the sun and main decks. The one on the main deck is called “The Island”: it is a sunbathing area embraced by water, which can be easily accessed via a teak deck, removing any possible barrier with the surrounding environment and creating a truly full-immersion experience; the second is on the spacious sun deck, from where guests can enjoy breathtaking views over the ocean from dawn to sunset.Huge volumes and generous spaces – like the 104 sq. m of the sundeck, so far unthinkable on a yacht in her class. The master cabin, located on the main deck, is connected to the upper deck by the skylights created on the bottom of the infinity pool, which let natural light shine through and fill the cabin with mesmerising water reflections. The cabin is also fitted with a mechanically-driven balcony, from which the owner will be able to enjoy his own private view of the ocean.This yacht’s elegant layout is characterised by a harmonious design consistency between indoor and outdoor areas, also thanks to an extensive use of glass. Steel handrails and bulwarks have been replaced by see-through glass surfaces mounted flush with teak – a solution that has opened up new scenarios and allowed to achieve impressively generous areas that would normally be unattainable on a traditional three decker.In terms of performances she has a lot to offer – a range of 4,500 nautical miles, a maximum speed of 16 knots, and a cruising speed of 11 knots, always in the unparalleled comfort ensured by zero-speed and underway stabilizers.Overmarine Group was founded in 1985 by the Balducci family. The shipyard builds open and displacement power superyachts under the Mangusta and Mangusta Oceanco brand names.Credits: Overmarine

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