Sub-100-footers often ease owners into the megayacht market. The Azimut Grande 27 Metri, at nearly 88 feet (26.78 meters), is one such project
The 161-foot (49-meter) Aurora is stylish, sporty—and surprising. All three are due to the collaboration among Rossinavi, designer Fulvio di Simoni, and, of course, the owner. The megayacht, initially announced under the code name Longitude 47, didn’t surprise anyone when she grew from 47 to 49 meters (153 to 161 feet).
Just when many of us thought Hurricane Harvey’s destructive path was bad, along came Hurricane Irma. Then Hurricane Maria. As much as global relief organizations like the Red Cross jumped into action, so, too, did yachting.
At 256 feet (78 meters) LOA, this sailing superyacht has a lot of fine features.
“This yacht is ‘his’ in every respect.” Those are the words of Gianpaolo Lapenna, ISA Yachts’ technical director, in reference to the owner of project Rocco. The 213-footer (65-meter), with an experienced owner quite hands-on during the design phase, begins construction soon at the Italian yard.
The upcoming 30th edition of the in-water show in Miami Beach has a new name, again.
Capitalizing on the interest in venturing well beyond the Caribbean and Mediterranean cruising grounds, Lynx Yachts is launching a new yacht range called the Adventure Series. The Adventure 32, the first model, reveals the series’ emphasis on long range and abundant deck space for toys and relaxation
When a scale model is nearly 6’6” (2 meters), you know the finished megayacht will be significant, too. That model, of the concept Pollux, will be at Amels’ stand at the Monaco Yacht Show next week, to entice customers to commission her as their own. On contract, the 366’5” (111.7-meter) Pollux will be an Amels Continue reading The post Pollux, Mega Project Proposed by Amels & H2 Yacht Design appeared first on Megayacht News .
ISA Yachts is well known for offering super-sporty styling. So, the Extra 76 may catch you by surprise. And that’s the point.
A 115-footer (35-meter) may not strike you as a transatlantic cruiser. But the GTT 115 from Dynamiq, launched this month, pledges to do that, with hybrid power, pod drives, and other compelling technology