If you like symmetrical numbers, you’re in for a treat with Laurentia. Coincidentally, this 55-meter megayacht has a 55-square-meter beach club. (Fifty-five meters in length equates 180 feet.
These days, more people realize that overall health involves both mind and body. In high-pressure jobs, such as those of some superyacht crew, it’s even more important to take account of both
Flying-bridge yachts aren’t just sporty in profile. They traditionally have sporty speeds, too. If you’re among the first buyers of Princess Yachts’ latest such model, you should enjoy top speeds approaching 33 knots.
“For at least a half century, ridiculous regulations prohibited American citizens from displaying their patriotism by flying an American flag on their yacht,” says Tilman J. Fertitta, the owner of the Westport Boardwalk and a longtime yachtsman
Though she doesn’t officially launch until next month, White Rabbit was the honoree during a big celebration at Echo Yachts. The owners and the shipyard wanted to show select special guests how the four years of planning and construction are culminating in Australia’s largest superyacht, and the world’s largest trimaran.
In two years’ time, Royal Huisman will lay claim to having delivered one of the 10 largest sailing superyachts in the world. For now, the Dutch shipyard is two years into the construction of that yacht, which will additionally be the world’s largest aluminum sailing yacht. The code-named Royal Huisman Project 400 just completed a major Continue reading The post Royal Huisman Project 400 Making Progress appeared first on Megayacht News
Feadship made some history for itself in the wee hours of August 14. This 167-footer (51-meter) came out into the light in Aalsmeer, The Netherlands, marking the first ice-classed Feadship. The shipyard is not divulging the name of the project, which is hull 701.
These images are just a glimpse at what awaits aboard the superyacht Illusion Plus, making her way to the Monaco Yacht Show. She just departed Pride Mega Yachts in China on her maiden voyage.
Whether during the Christmas or summer holidays, you’re apt to find celebrities out on yachts. Some, for example, are well-known (and well-liked) regular charterers
There’s nothing quite like kicking off the week strongly. The Lürssen team may especially agree today, considering it floated the megayacht Tis out of her build shed this morning. And yes, Tis is indeed her name, shining from her nameboards.