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The 183m Project Rev Has Been Delayed
REV Ocean was established in Fornebu, Norway, in 2017, with a critical mission to facilitate a...
Arcadia Yachts Sherpa 80 XL Selected For the ADI Design Index 2020
Arcadia Yacht’s 24m Sherpa 80 XL has been selected for the "Mobility" category of the...
Silent-Yachts Opens Offices in Mallorca and Florida
Silent-Yachts, the innovative Austrian shipyard, opens two new offices on both sides of the...
Rob Doyle Design and Van Geest Design Has Revealed the 63m Project Fury
All sailors want to go faster and the larger the boats, the more luxury is demanded. Project Fury...
Discover Unexplored Design Horizons: Sanlorenzo Presents X-Space
X-Space is a new concept of superyacht, representing the pinnacle...
Ferretti Group Has Introduced the New Dolceriva With Hard Top
The new Dolceriva with hard top has a timeless beauty in every sense, because it will never lose...
Denison Reveals Significant Increase in Yacht Sales in Q1 2021
The pandemic boosted luxury yacht sales. Denison Yachting reports that the first...
Creating a New Lifestyle: Benetti Reshapes the Superyacht World
Oasis Deck™ is the name of a new solution offered by Benetti which, based on the extraordinary...
Overmarine's African Cat Is Listed for Sale
The 39.63m motor yacht African Cat is now listed for sale with Northrop &...
Game Changer for Sale With Edmiston
The expeditionary explorer yacht Game Changer was built by Damen in 2017 and...
Nick Stark Design Reveals the 94m Project Crystal
The newest Nick Stark Design’s Project Crystal named for the striking crystalline...
Сomfort and Efficiency: The New "Full Electric" Magonis Wave e-550
The Wave e-550 is the first model from the Italo-Spanish shipyard Magonis. She made its world debut...
Video: The 32m Sailing Yacht Taniwha Takes Her First Voyage
The Southern Wind’s Taniwha was launched this April and, after extensive sea trials,...
Close Look to the Latest Turquoise Yachts Project Atlas
Turkish shipyard has revealed the 84m superyacht Project Atlas. The four deck vessel was...
Dynamiq’s New Range of Configurable Superyachts
After three years of development, the Italian yacht builder Dynamiq presents it’s all new range...
The First Mangusta Oceano 50, the New Flagship in the Mangusta Oceano Displacement Line, Has Been Launched
The first unit of the Mangusta Oceano 50, a stately model among Mangusta Oceano long-range...
Northrop and Johnson Has Sold the 18.7m La Hune 4.0
Northrop & Johnson has announced the sale of the 18.7m Prestige motor yacht La...
33m Best Off Is Available For Charter in the Mediterranean
After a roller coaster of a year, the Mediterranean is open for the summer 2021 yachting season...
The 55m Heesen’s Quite Essential Has Been Sold
Fraser has announced the sale of 55m Heesen superyacht Quite Essential. She was built as...
Image Gallery: The Swan 58 Full Photo Shooting
The 17.9m Swan 58 is the result of a long process of evolution and development through...
Personal Recommendation: The Five Best Destinations for Charter
Summer is a great time to explore the world on a yacht. To find out where to go, we've asked an...
Marcelo Penna Yacht Design Has Revealed the Tri-Hull Trimaran Concept
Marcelo Penna Yacht Design has revealed the 56m explorer superyacht concept Triexplorer. The...
Great Superyacht Design Ideas for a Perfect Vacation
The perfect superyacht to charter has a lot to offer. Inspired by the SuperYachtsMonaco fleet, we...
Updates on Waterfront Marina in Genoa
Amico & Co, the superyacht refit company, has presented the next stage in developing the...

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Royal Huisman Launched 58m Phi
Phi launched at Royal Huisman’s newbuild facility in Vollenhove, The Netherlands. Phi’s overall length is 58.5m developed and constructed below 500GT, she is by far the longest motoryacht in this category, based on current Classification rules. Phi’s general concept, exterior design and interior layout were made by Cor D. Rover, whereas Naval architecture was done by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Lawson Robb is the author of interior design.Royal Huisman is a Dutch shipyard established in 1884 in Ronduite, building and refitting custom luxury sailing and motor yachts at its shipyard in Vollenhove, the Netherlands.Credits: Royal Huisman
Azurite Yacht Design Unveiled New 27m Infinit-e 88 Concept
Australian based Azurite Yacht Design presented the 26.8m electric powerboat Infinit-e 88 with an aluminum hull and superstructure. Her exterior design features metallic pearl hull colour with a matte black superstructure that supports glass roof and full height windows in port and starboard that promises a living area with lots of natural light. Full height starboard windows are also sliding doors with a 2 meters opening that provides an open layout with an additional entrance to the boat. On the front deck, there is a convertible dining area for six people with an additional sunbathing area on the very front of the boat. The most exclusive feature of the yacht is expanding aft swimming platform that can give an additional 2 meters of a platform area right next to the water. There are two garages at the aft deck that can fit surfboards, 2x Seabob, wetsuits, and diving equipment with easy access from the swimming platform.‍Credits: Azurite Yacht Design
Lazzarini Revealed 100m Carbon Fibre Concept Saturnia
Design studio Lazzarini shared the new Saturnia 100m superyacht concept made from dry carbon fiber. She is estimated to be 50% lighter than other yachts of similar sizes and will be able to reach a top speed of 30 knots.Her main feature is the middle entrance of the yacht, which allows tenders with a draft of up to 1.5 meters to moor inside the private port/garage.Saturnia can be configured to different layouts to obtain 10 or 20 suites for passengers and up to 20 crew members. Several pools and alfresco dining areas and a glass-bottom lounge will be also located on board.The five-deck concept is imagined to have a hybrid propulsion system, consisting of twin side diesel engines and a central electronic water jet device.Pagurus is one more nature-inspired concept by Lazzarini Design Studio. The futuristic swan-shaped Avanguardia is another. Credits: Lazzarini
50m Ela Delivered by Heesen
Heesen has delivered YN 19550 MY Ela, formerly known as Project Altea. The yacht set sail from the Netherlands in July with her crew, and after meeting her owners in Gibraltar, will spend the summer cruising in the Mediterranean. Primarily intended for family use, Ela will also join the charter fleet of Zarpo Yachts to be available for selected clients.Ela has a lightweight, aluminium, fast-displacement hull, she is the second in Heesen's sub-500GT Nova Plus class. Ela was available with a very short delivery time when she caught the attention of her owners. With just three months between purchase and delivery they worked with interior designer Cristiano Gatto and the Heesen team to personalize the yacht to suit their family requirements. "Together with the client, we revisited all the loose furniture, inside and out, selecting new materials for all the upholstery and the key items from Paola Lenti, B&B Italia, Poltrona Frau, and Promemoria," said Cristiano. "But more importantly, we designed bespoke pieces, such as tables, sofas, and lamps, all beautifully crafted by Italian ateliers, who delivered them in record time." Ela can accommodate twelve guests in six staterooms, with the owners' suite on the main deck forward and the remaining five cabins – a full beam VIP, two doubles and two twins – on the lower deck."Ela is a magnificent addition to the Heesen fleet. We are very strong in this particular segment of the market – 50m all-aluminium yachts below 500 GT – and ours are recognized as the best in this market sector. Our delivery team worked seamlessly with Captain Antonio Gerini and Tony Lovec Management to deliver the yacht without fuss and on time for the summer season. On behalf of everyone at Heesen, I would like to wish the owners and their crew many happy days with family and friends wherever they may cruise!" says Friso Visser, Heesen CCO.Ela is powered by twin MTU 2000-series M72 V12s. She has a maximum speed of just under 20 knots, frugal fuel consumption, and a draft of just 2.15 meters, which makes her the most efficient yacht of her type built in the Netherlands.Heesen Yachts is a Dutch ship building company that specializes in custom-built superyachts in aluminium and steel from 30m to 70m in size. Founded in 1978, it has launched more than 170 yachts since its inception.Credits: Heesen Yachts
Riva’s New Flagship 68’ Diable Launched
The new Riva’s flagship entered the water on Lake Iseo. Riva 68’ Diable forged in the storied Sarnico shipyard and scheduled to make its debut in September at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021. The brainchild of Mauro Micheli, founder with Sergio Beretta of Officina Italiana Design, working in partnership with the Product Strategy Committee led by Mr. Piero Ferrari and the Group Engineering Department, this yacht revolutionises the open concept, incorporating exciting technological and functional design innovations that elevate liveability and comfort on board to their maximum level. The innovative built-in hard top is one of the stand-out new features of this yacht. This solution protects and shelters the central areas of the yacht, including the dining area and the helm station on the main deck. The result is total coverage and maximum comfort, without sacrificing the enjoyment and sportiness of an open yacht with a top speed of 40 knots.Another interesting functional design feature is the sunroof that can be opened in two directions (forwards and reverse) for maximum liveability and comfort on the move. The layout of the lower deck features three cabins for six guests, arranged around an open space containing a galley and a dinette for versatility and convenience. The master cabin is amidships, with the twin cabin with single beds to port and the VIP forward.“Riva 68’ Diable is the irresistible temptation to which every Riva owner and fan can’t wait to succumb. It looks like a design from the future, but is also a fantastic journey through Riva’s hallmark style and sophisticated detailing,” says Alberto Galassi, Ferretti Group CEO. “An unrivalled mix of innovation and masterful hand craftsmanship, it offers outstanding performance and unparalleled comfort. I understand the enthusiasm generated around this incredible boat and it gives me immense pleasure.”Riva 68’ Diable will make its official debut in a world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival, in September 2021, after which it will move on to the Genoa Boat Show.Riva is part of the Ferretti Group. This Group, led by Chief Executive Officer Alberto Galassi, is now one of the world’s leaders in the construction and sale of luxury yachts and pleasure vessels with a unique portfolio of brands: Ferretti Yachts, Riva, Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft, CRN, Custom Line and Wally. Credits: Riva

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