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Benetti 44m motor yacht MAG III sold
Mag III is a 44.19 m luxury motor yacht, built by Benetti in Italy at their...
New launch: 55m fully custom Codecasa super yacht Framura
Italian shipyard Codecasa has recently launched a 55 m fully custom superyacht known as...
Spotted: The Blohm + Voss 65.20m yacht Astarte II has been pictured in Adamantas
The legendary 65.2m custom motor yacht Astarte II was built by Blohm + Voss in...
On board the 52m Sanlorenzo yacht Lady Lena
The custom designed 52m motor yacht Lady Lena, has been recently delivered, just in time for...
Spotted: 60.6m yacht Athina III by Feadship in Schinoussa, Greece
Athina III is a 60.66 m luxury motor yacht. She was built by Feadship in 1996 in...
This is Cosmos: construction update on Heesen’s largest superyacht to date
Heesen’s reputation as one of the most high-tech and high-quality superyacht builders has been...
New delivery: Feadship 99.95 m superyacht Moonrise
The 99.95 m superyacht Moonrise, the largest superyacht by waterline length built in the...
Lürssen launches 142m superyacht Opus
Lürssen's superyacht Opus, which was previously named Redwood, hit the sea for the first...
Spotted: 99m superyacht Madame Gu in Saint Tropez
Madame Gu is a 99.00 m luxury motor yacht. She was built by Feadship in 2013. This...
The design secrets of the world’s largest superyacht Azzam
Lürssen shipyard delivered 180 metre superyacht Azzam in 2013. With such an...
New delivery: The 27.3m yacht Roe Shadow built by Lynx Yachts
Dutch shipyard Lynx Yachts is happy to announce the delivery of the 27.3-metre motor...
Inside the 61m Lurssen luxury yacht Lady Kathryn V
An exceptionally spacious 61 m luxury motor yacht, Lady Kathryn V was built by famous...
A look inside the 12-month refit of 85.6 m superyacht Aquila
Aquila is a 85.6 m luxury motor yacht. Launched by Derecktor Shipyards in Bridgeport,...
Sold: Mangusta Motor Yacht Cosmos I
Cosmos I is a 33.5 m luxury motor yacht, built by Italian shipyard Overmarine in...
 CdM unveils new EXP42 explorer superyacht concept
Italian shipyard Cantiere delle Marche an Ancona has launched its newest semi-custom...
Tankoa’s new 45m T450 superyacht model
Tankoa Yachts has revealed the smallest superyacht in the fleet, but the boat still appears...
Isaac Burrough Design unveils 110m Kiwa superyacht concept
Amsterdam studio Isaac Burrough Design has revealed a 110-metre superyacht concept. Inspired by...
Gruppo Fipa launches 35m Maiora superyacht
Maiora Yachts, a member of Gruppo Fipa recently has launched its newest model,...
Spotted: Kuwaiti billionaire’s $100 million yacht Samar in Malta
One of the largest yachts, which have ever been built in the UK, Samar has been recently...
Alva Yachts has revealed 27.5 m electric catamaran Ocean Eco 90
The new all-electric solar catamaran model Ocean Eco 90 has been recently revealed by Alva Yachts,...
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...
New delivery: Solaris 80 RS sailing yacht Alithia
Solaris Yachts, the Italian sailing brand, delivered the Solaris 80 RS yacht Alithia, the first...
A new owner for Overmarine 42m Project Venezia
Italian builder Overmarine Group has announced the sale of 43-metre project Venezia...
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...

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40m Trimaran Concept Domus Revealed by Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest Design
Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest Design has presented the 40m trimaran Domus. The yacht has a beam of 35m and features the interior space of 780 sq. m, all on one deck. Domus is a perfect example of a unique design combination of solar power, hydro regeneration and hydrogen fuel cells that give the concept unlimited range with zero emissions.The trimaran spreads across two decks. Her main guest areas are all on one deck. The main saloon has a bar. She can accommodate 12 guests between six staterooms, including two owner’s suites with the private lounge and four VIP cabins.Domus features a cinema room and a spa area with a swimming pool and a gym. About creators Rob Doyle is one of the new generation of yacht designers tackling the modern challenges of the large yacht business. With a strong 20-year career evolution in the large yacht sector, his experience is unique in the hands-on field of design, styling, performance, naval architecture and, importantly, classification. Van Geest Design strives to keep design pure and uncluttered – not only in the big picture but especially in the detail. The company integrates the interaction between the outside environment and the interior spaces of the yacht. As a result of its technical and production knowledge, Van Geest Design evolves its designs, always featuring something innovative and unique.Credits: Rob Doyle Design Facebook
42m Idefix Finds New Owner
The 42.40m yacht Idefix (formerly known as Blacksheep) was successfully sold by IYC. Michel Chryssicopoulos was introducing the buyer and Tassos Papantoniou of Torrance Yachts was representing the seller. Idefix was built in 1998 by Oceanco, she had a refit in 2010 and benefited from a full paint job in 2015. The yacht has been immaculately maintained and operated to extremely high standards by her experienced owners.She can accommodate 12 guests across six cabins, including a spacious master suite with the equivalent space typically found on a 50m boat. The yacht key features include an expansive sun deck with hot-tub, a high-volume interior and a spacious al fresco dining area by the sky lounge and also features a more formal dining area on the main deck.The yacht’s interior was designed by The A Group, while her naval architecture was made by Oceanco. Thanks to two MTU engines, she can reach a top speed of 18 knots. Idefix’s last known asking price was EUR9,600,000. Credits: IYC; Yacht Harbour archive
One of the Largest and Fastest Superyachts Azzam to Change Owners
Three days ago at age 73 died UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He was born in 1948 in the Eastern Region of Abu Dhabi. Sheikh Khalifa was appointed as the second president of the UAE in 2004, succeeding his father and founder of the nation, Sheikh Zayed al Nahyan. As president he headed one of the largest investment funds in the world, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, managing hundreds of billions of dollars in assets.Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan (7 September 1948 – 13 May 2022)Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan was one of the richest people in the world. The fortune of his family in 2009 was estimated at $150 billion. In the ranking of “The richest monarchs in the world" from 2007, Al Nahyan ranked second. In 2018 Forbes ranked him 43rd in the ranking with reported assets of $830 billion. AzzamHe was the owner of the world's largest motor yacht Azzam. She was built in 2013 at the German shipyard Lürssen. At 180.65 meters, with a top speed of over 30 knots, Azzam has outstanding characteristics, including her exceptionally short building time of less than three years from keel laying to delivery, in 2013. AzzamEngineer and principal designer Mubarak Saad al Ahbabi set out to build a large yacht with an innovative and timeless design that would be able to travel at high speed in warm and shallow waters. The bold and elegant exterior by Nauta Yachts incorporates many elements of visionary modern design. Renowned French designer Christophe Leoni conceived a sophisticated interior with luxurious décor inspired by the Empire style of the early 19th century.AzzamShe features a helipad, submarines on board, and 36 people can be accommodated there at the same time. Burj KhalifaThe monarch owned real estate all over the world. Hundreds of villas, palaces, castles. There are 140 properties in London alone. The tallest building in the world, Dubai's nearly 828-meter glass-and-steel spire Burj Khalifa, was named in his honor.Credits: Lurssen; Yacht Harbour archive; Unsplash; Wikipedia
31m Sailing Catamaran Ipharra Listed for Sale
Camper and Nicholsons became Central Agent for the sale of 31.1m sailing yacht Ipharra; she is represented by Sales Advisor Maël Fiolet. Ipharra was built by Sunreef Yachts and designed as a luxury charter vessel and for private family enjoyment. She is able to embark on extended passages, operating remotely for longer periods and remaining seaworthy in all weather conditions. The yacht can accommodate 12 guests between five en-suite cabins. The ‘double deck’ concept allows for the master suite to be located to starboard on the main deck and below, there are two guest suites that are convertible between king-size doubles and twins as required, one queen-size double and one further twin. Ipharra has separate quarters for five crew, and there’s also a high-spec and extremely functional galley.She features the interior design utilizing contrasting woods in a contemporary, geometric style. The upholstery is in largely neutral tones, with beige, cream and ivory shades bringing brightness and balance to the luxurious interior space.The main saloon lounge is located on the main deck along the port side and is open plan to a kitchenette and bar counter. The bridge and formal dining area are in the forward section of the superstructure.She has a cockpit of 50 sq. m, which boasts lounge seating, space for al fresco dining and an exterior cinema setup. The flybridge offers a second dining area, freestanding lounge furniture and a forward helm station.Ipharra’s aluminum hull, and a shallow draft of just 2.5 meters, was built to Bureau Veritas classification, 10-years survey done, and is MCA compliant for commercial charter operation. Credits: Camper and Nicholsons
35m Under Water Entertainment Platform Submarine Revealed by U-Boat Worx
U-Boat Worx has announced the launch of a completely new class of submarine – the "Under Water Entertainment Platform", or UWEP for shortone. The UWEP has been designed to host the most prestigious and memorable events, such as product presentations, parties, weddings, conferences, or any other stage-based performance.“The UWEP will shake up both the submarine and hospitality industry and lead the way in bespoke underwater events. We will not only present a stellar experience for the most discerning clientele, but also a business opportunity that will benefit entrepreneurs and contribute to our understanding of the oceans," says Bert Houtman, founder and CEO of U-Boat Worx. Over 150 sq. m of floor space can be configured by the operator, varying from an underwater restaurant with 64 seats, a subsea gym, or a deep-sea casino. The UWEP is a completely autonomous submersible with capacity for up to 120 guests, excluding crew. Guests will experience diving to depths up to 200 meters in comfort and style, and are free to walk around just as they would aboard a cruise ship.The UWEP has fourteen windows connecting the guests directly to the underwater world. A series of exterior lights illuminate the surroundings and add an extra dimension, whether to night-time diving or deep-sea dining experiences. The UWEP runs solely on batteries and can operate non-stop for 24 hours. “Our goal as a company has always been to make the oceans more accessible for everyone, and with the launch of our UWEP we can truly say that U-Boat Worx provides your gateway to discovery,” says Roy Heijdra, Marketing Manager for U-Boat Worx.Credits: U-Boat Worx

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