Class 1 Offshore boat racing and superyacht tenders have little in common. Or do they? The founders of Anvera have 10 years’ experience in that racing
There’s nothing quite like experiencing 40-knot winds on the water. There’s also nothing like that to prove you’re considering the right yard for your global cruiser.
Arcadia Yachts is definitely a different yacht builder. Photo voltaic panels cover its superstructures, for one. Plus, its yachts are more angular and certainly look more rugged.
There isn’t a superyacht afloat, or in build for that matter, that lacks a sound system. More to the point, there isn’t one that lacks hundreds, if not thousands, of songs for the owners and guests to enjoy as they cruise or lounge. But, how about when you’re swimming
Since explorer yachts are popular, it makes sense that Misha Merzliakov of Misha Merzliakov Yacht Design has a proposal for one.
As impressive as a 187-foot (57-meter) sailing superyacht is today, imagine the sight back in 1960.
Megayachts never materialize overnight. Project Phi, for example, has been in the works for some time. Specifically, her owner and Cor D.
Leave it to Riva to make a dramatic entrance. The Italian yacht builder chose the recent Monaco Historique, the race for grand prix cars built from 1977 to 1980, for the premiere of its latest, and largest, megayacht, the Riva 110 Dolcevita. It was an extra-suitable occasion, considering one party with a hand in her Continue reading The post Riva 110 Dolcevita Brings the Good Life to Monte Carlo: VIDEO appeared first on Megayacht News
As part of the series celebrating its 100th anniversary, Astondoa currently has a new Century megayacht in build. She’s the 120 Century
On June 13, an Italian bankruptcy court will sell the former Mondomarine construction sheds and equipment at auction. This impacts the existing site leaseholder, Palumbo Superyachts Refit, which has usage rights through June 30. While it reportedly has submitted a bid, it isn’t guaranteed the ownership contract.