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50m Follow the Sun superyacht concept
Dennis Ingemansson is a Swedish superyacht designer, who is behind the 50m concept Follow the Sun,...
Balk Shipyard takes over Jachtwerf Bloemsma
Balk Shipyard has announced that it has purchased Jachtwerf Bloemsma. Daan Balk, Director of...
First Johnson 93 yacht launched
Taiwanese shipyard Johnson Yachts has launched the first hull in its Johnson 93 line. The vessel...
Sunseeker to launch Manhattan 52
UK-based shipyard Sunseeker reveals plans to launch its smallest flybridge model for over...
Second Mangusta Oceano 42 sold
The Overmarine Group has announced that the second Mangusta Oceano 42 has been sold. Made of steel...
72.5m explorer yacht Cloudbreak delivered
Cloudbreak, the 72.5m explorer yacht from Abeking & Rasmussen, has been delivered to...
33m superyacht Narvalo launched at Cantiere delle Marche
Cantiere delle Marche has launched its flagship model named Narvalo. Measuring 33m, the vessel...
Philippine presidential yacht may go on sale
The Philippine presidential yacht, BRP Ang Pangulo, goes on sale, according to their new President,...
Feadship to open new superyacht facility in Amsterdam
Feadship has announced its intention to open a new construction and refit facility in Amsterdam....
Nouveau superyacht concept introduced
British designer Andy Waugh, formerly part of H2 Yacht Design, presented an eye-catching superyacht...
Hodgdon Yachts celebrates its anniversary with new limo tender
The world’s oldest shipyard, US based Hodgdon Yachts, celebrates its 200th anniversary by...
Feadship launch 70m Joy
Feadship has confirmed the launch of its latest superyacht, the 70 meter Joy. Built as a...
30.8m explorer yacht launched at MMGI Shipyard
Italian shipyard MMGI has launched the first model in its Omega 101 Forte line. Measuring 30.8m,...
Codecasa unveils 50m superyacht concept
Italian shipyard Codecasa has presented a design concept for 50m superyacht. Four-deck vessel,...
Sunseeker 116 hits the water
UK-based yacht builder Sunseeker has launched the first Sunseeker...
New 75m concept designed by Andy Waugh
UK-based designer Andy Waugh presents new superyacht concept named Expedition.Expedition is a...
92m superyacht under construction at Feadship
Feadship’s 92m superyacht is being constructed at its Aalsmeer yard. Known as Project...
50m Project Akoya to be handed over in June
50m Project Akoya, launched at Heesen last month, is getting ready for sea trials on the...
72.5m explorer yacht Cloudbreak nearing delivery
Final sea trials appear to have been completed for Cloudbreak, the 72.5m explorer...
33.5m Feadship Kamino and Moon Sand Too delivered
Feadship appears to have delivered superyachts Kamino and Moon Sand Too as...
Overmarine delivers 50m Mangusta 165
Overmarine Group has delivered the Mangusta 165 hull 10 to her American owners. Measuring 50m,...
Moonen's 30m yacht launched and named Bijoux
Moonen has launched the first yacht in its new Caribbean series, 30m Bijoux. The...
Paul Allen sells M/Y Meduse
Meduse, previously marketed for sale by Fraser Yachts, has now been sold at an asking price of...
Vanquish Yachts unveils its first superyacht concept
Dutch builder Vanquish Yachts has unveiled a new design for its largest (28.4m) and fastest yacht...


A new owner found for Rossinavi 50m yacht Endeavour 2
Endeavour 2, a 49.9m yacht has been sold through Ocean Independence's Peter Hürzeler who represented the seller and Rytis Babravicius who took the side of the buyer. Built by Rossinavi in 2017, Endeavour 2 is designed for long distances. Her interior was designed by Salvagni Architetti, featuring four guest cabins on the lower deck and one master suite on the main deck. The motor yacht can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins. The master suite comes with a private balcony on the starboard side and a private lounge looking out over the terrace. Arrabito Naval Architects worked with the yard, creating interesting features for the vessel such as the tender storage area to the foredeck ahead of the wheelhouse.Above the surrounding bulwark, she features a huge deck, below deck level there is a lift to each tender into the water.With a beam of 8.79 m and a draft of 2 m, she has an aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 499 tons. Endeavour 2 is powered by two diesel-electric engines and the newest Rolls Royce pods propulsion system, leading to top-notch manoeuvrability. At 12 knots she is able to reach distances of up to 5000nm range. She is able to reach a top speed of 17 knots.The asking price for the Rossinavi yacht was €23,700,000.
CdM revealed interior of 31m yacht Archipelago
Let’s take a look inside the new 31.1-metre explorer yacht Archipelago, which is the fifth Darwin 102 to come from the Italian superyacht manufacturer Cantiere delle Marche.The boat has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure built to RINA Class standards. Her naval architecture and exterior styling comes from Hydro Tec.Francesco Guida is responsible for her interior design with a sea theme of white, blue and green. Archipelago offers accommodation for 10 guests across five en-suite cabins, including a large owner's suite on the main deck, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. The crew of 6 will provide luxury comfort for of guests. Vasco Buonpensiere, co-founder and Sales and Marketing Director of CdM, commented:We are very proud of launching the fifth Darwin Class 102' confirming that there is no other more successful explorer vessel’s model between 90 and 110 feet in the whole market.There is a large open-plan living room with dining area on the main deck. The upper deck has the storage for the yacht's Williams Dieseljet D565 tender and wheelhouse. Also here you can find the helm controls forward with the Captain's cabin immediately behind, followed by the cozy skylounge, which is ideal for close conversation.Archipelago is powered with twin Caterpillar Inc C18 Acert engines delivering 500kW each, which helps her to reach a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 11.5 knots. The yacht has an extensive cruising range of 4,700 nautical miles at 9.5 knots.
Spotted: 73m explorer yacht Planet Nine has been seen in Shipwreck Cove
The flagship yacht of the Admiral fleet, 73.2-metre explorer motor yacht Planet Nine, has been recently spotted at Shipwreck Cove in Zykanthos. Built two years ago in Italy, she recently finished her latest maintenance refit at Monaco Marine's La Ciotat facility.Tim Heywood, a Hampshire based designer worked together with German studio Fritz Interior on the inside.The yacht was built for World cruising and limitless adventuring. With a beam of 12.8 m and a draft of 3.61 m, she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 2100 tons.She is powered by twin Caterpillar engines of 2575 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. Planet Nine's maximum range is estimated at 6000 nautical miles.A pair of elevators connect all five decks. The vessel was designed to re-create the feeling of a villa on the inside. Her helicopter and tender capabilities make Planet Nine a recommended charter for colder regions, such as Greenland. The spacious aft tender garage is fitted with a pair of 9.75-metre Rupert Marine tenders.
New renderings of 35m SpaceCat by SilverYachts
The Australian yard SilverYachts made some new renderings of its 35m SpaceCat model public. Espen Øino a long term collaborator of SilverYachts designed the yacht with minimal disruption caused by the pandemic, which means, the yacht remains on schedule for delivery next year. The construction is undergoing at SilverYachts' Chinese facility in the Guangdong province.Designed to be environmentally friendly, she features a light-weight, low resistance aluminium hull. SpaceCat will provide generous living spaces with 575m2 of external space and a 300m2 living area. Throughout one master cabin, two doubles, and two twins as well as one cabin with two Pullman beds she can accommodate 12 guests. Further, she offers space for 8 crew members, all cabins onboard are ensuite.Tenders and toys can be stored on deck, as the yacht additional to its swimming pool, has plenty of space outside. Four Volvo IPS 1050 engines provide enough power to allow a top speed of 21 knots and a cruising speed of 16 knots.
Sirena Yachts sold sixth Sirena 88 flagship
Turkish shipyard Sirena Yachts has sold its sixth 26.8m Sirena 88 flagship model, the largest in the Sirena range in less than one year from its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival.The yacht has been recently sold to an American client. Constantinos Constantinou, Sirena’s Director of North American Sales said:The list of special requests and custom features that we’re implementing on this yacht is impressive, which reflects both our determination to meet our customers’ needs but also the flexibility of this particular model.There are upgraded MAN engines (1800 hp vs standard 1550 hp) and generators (40kW each vs standard 35kW). The hull has both zero-speed stabilisers and a Seakeeper gyro stabiliser. Commercial Director Ali Onger commented: The Sirena 88 is so popular because it offers the largest interior volume in its class. We’re talking about an 7.1-meter/23’2” beam; there is nothing else like that in this size bracket, without even mentioning its 25-knot maximum speed. And its range is impressive too: around 2,100 nautical miles at 9 knots. All these factors are serious advantages for our clients. Interior decoration is going to be different for each of the boats and they will reflect their respective owners’ needs. Its layout is also customizable, so long as the alterations do not interfere with technical aspects of the yacht.The vessel features naval architecture by German Frers and the interior design by Cor D. Rover. The model features 5-cabin layout with a master suite forward on the main deck and four guest suites below, however, usually there will be a second full-beam master suite on the lower deck. The flybridge layout has been re-created with a custom bar instead of the starboard side and features a unique seating and dining area.Constantinos Constantinou added:We're thrilled by the way the 88 has been received, which reflects the trend among owners seeking superyacht features in a more manageable size of yacht.The Sirena 88 offers the kind of volumes you would commonly find on a 100-footer or bigger. In actual fact, we are the only builders in this size range who can offer a twin-level master stateroom without sacrificing the 5-cabin layout. No one else has managed that and you really have to go up to 120+ feet to find anything similar. I see two main contributing factors to the Sirena 88’s success: firstly, the superb job done by our designers and engineers, evidenced by an Innovation award the 88 has received. The second success factor is our reputation and brand recognition. Sirena builds yachts of exceptional quality with impressive performance on the water with numerous innovations and unique features that are focused on safety and efficiency. This is being increasingly recognized by discerning yacht buyers and the yachting world alike.

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