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17m yacht beached in Cannes
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27m Grande introduced by Azimut in Cannes
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New footage of yachts destroyed by hurricane Irma
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Iguana Yachts raises over €2 million to build amphibious boats
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Icon Yachts presents new conversion project
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Arcadia Yachts presents 47m superyacht project
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Couach reveals project 3707
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Allegria on display at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show
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Sanlorenzo shares more details on SX88 yacht
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Construction update on Benetti's 70m superyacht Alkhor
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Superyacht Koi on fire in Greece
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Bilgin Yachts Nerissa completes sea trials
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How to charter a yacht on the Amalfi Coast
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Baltic Bill and Me to be unveiled in Monaco
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Amels 188 superyacht sold
AMELS has confirmed the sale of the first 57.70-metre AMELS 188 from the Limited Editions...
Fipa Group delivers Maiora 36 Harmony
Fipa Group has announced the delivery of the first hull in the new Maiora 36 line named Harmony....
Benetti sells 63m superyacht to a German client
Benetti has announced the sale of a custom 63-meter FB276 to a German owner, introduced by Kurt...
55m Heesen Laurentia delivered
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Inside the largest yacht sold in 2017
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Benetti delivers 67m superyacht Seasense
In April 2017 Benetti has launched 67m superyacht Seasense, previously known as...
Tansu delivers 43.7m Cyclone
Turkish shipyard Tansu has launched its second largest yacht to date, 43.7m Cyclone, a...
Feadship launches 69m Samaya for European owner
Feadship has launched the 69-metre Samaya, the project completed less than three years after...
Benetti launches the second Mediterraneo 116'
On August 9, Benetti has launched of the second Mediterraneo 116’ unit, a 35.5-meter...

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Fresh news about damaging of two multimillion-dollar sailing yachts
One week ago J Class sailing yachts the 43.6-meter Svea and 42.6-meter Topaz have been involved in a serious collision, slamming into each other at the Superyacht Challenge Antigua.According to the Class J Association, the incident occurred just before the start of the first race on March 12th. Two crew members were injured and received medical attention. One of whom is suffering from four broken ribs after being pushed overboard by the bow of Svea and the other is with minor injuries having been knocked by the runner tail of Topaz. Both boats sustained damage and have been withdrawn from the regatta. On Topaz the port runner winch was torn off, the boom was broken, backstay broke under the load, the port gunwale was damaged and also the the mast was put under extreme load from the impact. On Svea the forward underbody was badly damaged.By words of Peter Holmberg approximately one minute 40 seconds before the start, Svea was on a collision course with Topaz that tryed to luffed to avoid, but Svea failed. Anyway, it was not possible for Topaz to avoid the collision and it was witnessed by two umpires in different boats.
Superyachts with unique exteriors
# 1. AdastraThis 43-metre trimaran is one of the world's most amazing superyachts thanks to her futuristic design.This futuristic projectile was built by Australian McConaghyyard in Hong-Kong in 2012—at a reported cost exceeding $20 million, to cruise Indonesia and Southeast Asia. In the seven years since the launch, she has crossed the Atlantic several times, taking Marden and his wife around the globe. Hong Kong–based interior designers Jepsen Design developed the interiors for nine guests and six crew, offering five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an open-air bar. One of her most innovative features is an option for remote control by an iPad from up to 164 feet away. Collecting several design awards, the yacht as also awarded Most Innovative Design at the World Superyacht Awards in 2013.Designed by British studio Shuttleworth Design, Adastra was created with environmental impact in mind. Her aerodynamic wings help her float on the water, thus her drag is significantly reduced through only 20% of the vessel submerged in water. In light of this, the lightweight glass and carbon boat consumes only about 14% of the fuel used by more traditional yachts with the same specs. Before fuel and water, Adastra tips the scales at just 52 tonnes.According to comments shared by Marden with Robb Report, the yacht has a range of 10,000 nautical miles, as cruising at 10 knots, she burns only 4.5 gallons per hour. Meanwhile, Adastra has a top speed of 23 knots. The owner reported to recently sail from St. Maarten to Vigo in Spain, having enough fuel left to head back to the Caribbean.# 2. Galaxy of Happiness The 53m spaceship-like vessel features the exterior by Jean-Jacques Coste.The motor yacht can accommodate 6 guests in 6 cabins and an exterior design by Coste Design&Partners.Built from a from a combination of fiberglass and carbon fibre, this project has been under development for nearly 30 months. Performance wise the trimaran will ensure a maximum speed of 28 knots thanks to the twin 2600hp engines.# 3. Hemisphere Blending style with performance, this 44.2-metre cruising catamaran was built by Pendennis in 2011 with relaxation and adventure in mind. The sailing yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 5 cabins with an interior design by Michael Leach# 4. Artefact Built by Nobiskrug in 2019, the yacht features distinctive aesthetic exterior and interior styling by Gregory Marshall Studio and Reymond Langton Design, respectively. The overall design concept reflects the discerning owner’s persistence to achieve a list of special criteria that included environmental responsibility, technological innovation and guest comfort.Artefact is characterized by a multifaceted exterior, which combines sculptural forms and body cutouts to create a multidimensional effect. The hull of the Artefact is built of steel, and the superstructure is made of GRP instead of steel or aluminium. This allowed designers to create a truly striking appearance by widespread use of glass. Composite materials of the superstructure made this design flexibility possible and provided the significant weight savings needed for the huge amount of glass that is a key feature of a yacht.As the owner’s goal was to create something wholly unique with the smallest carbon footprint possible, one of the features of the yacht is a complex hybrid propulsion system. The system is powered by various generators on board and a range of lithium-ion batteries, which makes her 30% more efficient in water than conventional diesel powerboats of her class. In addition, there is the possibility of dynamic positioning, which can hold the position of the boat without lowering the anchor to protect the seabed. Roof solar panels provide about 6 kW of auxiliary energy, which helps to minimize an environmental impact and extends the operation of the boat without the use of internal combustion engines.
Golden Yachts launches 95m O’Pari
This week 94.6-metre flagship motor yacht O’Pari has been launched by superyacht builder Golden Yachts at the facility of Golden Yachts Halkitis in Athens, Greece.As the eighth addition to Golden Yachts' fleet and the largest vessel to be built by the shipyard, O’Pari follows after the success of 85 metre M/Y O'Ptasia. O’Pari is the design work of Studio Vafiadis, who styled the vessel with an elegant exterior, that is reminiscent of previous projects. Vafiadis created a layout with all guest accommodation located on the main deck and a grand forward-facing owner’s suite on the upper deck. Key feature of the yacht is vast outdoor living areas. Also, O’Pari features a touch and go helipad, two Jacuzzis and a gym. O’Pari has accommodation for a total of 12 guests across nine double cabins, four twins and one single. She also will be run by a crew of 28. Power of the yacht comes from a pair of CAT 3516C-HD 2525kw engines for a maximum speed of 18 knots.
New 100 Sunreef Power Catamaran launching by Sunreef
New 29.95-metre 100 Sunreef Power yacht was revealed as part of the builder’s new power range and will be build by Polish multihull specialist. The first 100 Sunreef Power was sold by Burgess.Catamaran will provide accommodation for 10 guests, including a 13.5 metre beam master cabin on the main deck. Key features include freshly designed interiors and open-air entertaining spaces including a spa pool, fitness area and large main deck lounge. The main deck will feature a saloon and dining area. The galley will located on the lower deck near the rest of the guest accommodation and the crew quarters. Also, the yacht will feature a hydraulic aft platform with a garage for two large jet skis and water toys.The yacht will have a maximum beam 13.5 m and will be powered by two 1300HP engines.
Inside 64m Attila by Sanlorenzo
Built by Sanlorenzo and delivered in 2019, 64.25m luxury yacht Attila he 64Steel offers features usually found on larger superyachts – such as the 275 m2 private Owner’s Deck – which combine with innovative layout solutions and elegant exterior lines to create a truly remarkable superyacht.In 2019, 64Steel Attila was awarded the ‘Best Interior Design’ Trophy for yachts over 30m at the Cannes Yachting Festival World Yacht Trophies Gala Dinner.She can accommodate up to 12 people with 18 crew members. With a gross tonnage of 1600 GRT and at a striking 64 metres in length, 64Steel Attila is the result of close collaboration between the studio Officina Italiana Design and the styling division of Sanlorenzo. Her internal décor is the work of Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini.The Main Deck at the stern and the Beach Club on the Lower Deck surely represent the most distinctive areas of the project. A strong hallmark of design and layout is the double stairway that connects the pool and dining area to the Beach Club equipped with a sauna, hammam, massage room, and gym, right at the waterline. With the bow mirror and the side platforms open, the Beach Club covers an area of 78 square meters.“The most important aspect that has characterized yatcht’s concept has been the will to obtain continuity between the beach club and an area we could call an “al fresco” veranda, that is the rear part of the Main Deck where the pool is also located, passing along an impressive stairway. The idea behind the layout in fact enables us to integrate the main aft deck and the beach club as much as possible. This characteristic thus enables us to enjoy both areas, around which the social life on board is focused, simultaneously, without separating the guests.” Antonio Santella, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Sanlorenzo Superyacht Division.A real challenge for the production team was the creation of an enormous barbecue in the dining area of the main deck, a request which was particularly connected to the nationality of the owner, an Argentine entrepreneur who was already a Sanlorenzo client with the 46Steel Achille delivered in 2012 and was closely involved with the planning and construction of the new yacht from the beginning. The arrangement of an open fire in an enclosed space in fact required the use of A60 fireproof stainless steel and the installation of an advanced smoke removal system.The crew, located in the Lower Deck, has private and independent routes with two service stairs and an elevator for the rapid transfer of cold and dry goods into the storage rooms. Below the Lower Deck, lies the Tank Deck with a refrigeration chamber, a refrigerated waste room, a multimedia room for the crew, a large laundry, and a climate-controlled “wine cellar” with a capacity of up to 500 bottles.The four guest rooms and the full beam VIP suite are located on the Main Deck. The 64Steel Attila interiors were furnished and decorated by Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini. “We worked full speed with the owner and the shipyard – recalls Francesco Paszkowski – defining a modern space in South American style with natural elements such as teak, near which the owner wanted to add and mix many other materials he loves, and which are part of his personal experience. Attila is the yacht of a man who lives life to the fullest. And lives his yacht.”Regarding the furnishings, many pieces were custom designed, while others were created by some Italian and international leading design companies such as Summit, De Sede, Flexform and Catellani & SmithHer top speed is 18kn and her power comes from two 2375hp Caterpillar 3516-C diesel engines.

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