The 92 metre superyacht Tatoosh built by German shipyard Nobiskrug in 2000 was recently spotted in the Caribbean island of Bonaire, off the coast of Venezuela. Owned by a well known American yachtsman, Tatoosh is one of the owner’s two yachts; the other being the 126 metre Octopus
Niels Lensen of Arrie de Boom Group has announced the sale of the 34 metre Baglietto superyacht My Space, who together with Ralph de Roode of R & M Yacht Management, represented both the buyer and seller involved in the transaction. She was listed with an asking price of EUR 3,500,000 at the time of the sale
The International Maritime Orginisation (IMO), an agency of the United Nations, have announced that the implementation of the new NOx (Nitrogen Oxides) Tier III regulations, which refer to the level of diesel engine emissions in superyachts, will now only come into affect on 1st January 2021 for yachts over 24 metres and under 500GT
Wally has today announced the sale and subsequent start of construction for hull #4 in the popular Wallycento series. She has been sold to an experienced racing yachtsman, who was reportedly impressed by the performance seen on the vessels predecessors; Galateia, Magic Carpet Cubed and Open Season
The second edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race got underway this weekend when the fleet headed west having started from Marina Lanzarote, off the west coast of Morocco. A solid breeze of 15 knots saw the sailing yachts off to a good start as they set their courses for the finish line at Camper & Nicholsons’ Port Louis Marina in Grenada
Currently spending time off the U.S. Virgin island of Saint Thomas in the Caribbean, is the 138 metre L
Seen here cruising off the Greek island of Zakynthos is the 56 Benetti superyacht Genesis II. She was launched ahead of this year’s summer season and spent a brief period cruising around the Eastern Mediterranean.
French design studio VPLP has come up with a forward-thinking trimaran concept named Komorebi.
Heesen Yachts has announced that the 37 metre superyacht Ilona has been sold. Broker Richard Lambert of Burgess yachts having represented the buyer.
It is not often that the two strictly-functional and expedition-ready yachts Alucia and Umbra make a public appearance as seen here in San Francisco. Likely because these yachts, owned by the same owner, spend most of their time exploring the depths of the Pacific Ocean or anchored off some remote island