U.S.-built yachts planning to charter in the Med this summer will be hit with a steep retaliatory tariff.
With carpentry work completed and electrical systems going in, hull number one of the Arcadia Sherpa XL series is staying on pace for her global debut. The eco-minded megayacht, complete with solar panels, rivals similar-size motoryachts for relaxation space and efficiency
The Italian shipyard is ideal for owners seeking something different. Having established itself as a key player in commercial-ship construction, the Rosetti Superyachts shipyard has something new to offer as it moves into the superyacht market.
The Cannes Yachting Festival in September will be customers’ first chance to step onboard the 80 Sunreef Power. While hull number one premieres there, a few hulls are already on order. Sunreef is showing off what a few of these customers have requested in terms of the interior layouts and designs, to pique further interest.
The craftspeople at Perini Navi’s Viareggio, Italy facility welcomed a new project recently.
PHOTO: Carl Groll/TheYachtPhoto.com Sunny skies heralded the appearance of a superyacht whose name conjures images of spending warm days under bright-blue heavens.
Long known for its fast maxis, the famous Mangusta brand has a fast-displacement series catching on with customers, too.
Hull number three in the Numarine 32XP series is cruising with her owner. While the shipyard is keeping the name confidential, sources say her name is Q.M. The shippy-looking, long-range megayacht emphasizes simplified operations, and therefore peace of mind for buyers
As she sat inside her covered drydock at the Amels shipyard, Project Waka floated on her lines for the first time. The major milestone, which took place on March 16, represented a further milestone for the Dutch builder. Project Waka is the first megayacht in the Amels 220 series, part of its Limited Editions offerings
Lazzara Yachts got its start in Tampa in 1990.