With an interior designed by Donald Starkey and exterior by Newcruise Design, Luna is one of the world’s largest and most magnificent explorer yachts. Luna provides up to eighteen guests with the utmost luxury, with every desire being catered to by her considerable crew and staff of 49
By switching on her AIS signal, Oceanco's Y710 has revealed her name, Infinity.
Launched by Heesen Yachts in 2008, the 44 metre superyacht Sibelle has a semi-displacement aluminum hull and superstructure and boasts naval architecture by Omega Architects in collaboration with Heesen. Her sophisticated interiors were undertaken by Omega Architects with the owner’s architect Michael Labazov
Launched earlier this year, the 60.34 metre Feadship superyacht ROCK.IT is now on her way to the Caribbean for the winter season. Our photographer spotted her in Gibraltar on her way there.
Horizon Yachts has announced they will debut the Horizon P110 superyacht Debbie Lou as well as the E84 motoryacht at the upcoming Miami Yacht & Brokerage Show. Accommodating her guests over four en suite comfortable guest cabins and crew quarters aft of the engines, the Horizon P110 has a 23’5” beam
The Feadship Heritage Fleet (FHF) and Sevenstar has recently announced a partnership between the two companies.
The 2012 Feadship Air, built for an experienced repeat client of Feadship, was launched in 2011, and is the only Feadship with a matt black hull.
Ocean Independence has announced that superyacht L'Or has been sold, in an inhouse deal. Custom-built and launched in 1993, this 30-metre, semi-displacement yacht is capable of speeds in excess of 17 knots, whilst remaining fuel-efficient, consuming less than 450 litres an hour at cruising speed
The worlds largest superyacht, the 180 metre Azzam, made her maiden voyage at the beginning of November. After stopping off in Gibraltar after leaving the L
The first of a number of new superyacht designs for 2015 from the Austrian design company Sigmund Yacht Design is a 60 metre explorer yacht named Excalibur. The hull has been approved by leading independent marine engineering design consultancy, BMT Nigel Gee