Not long ago, a Westport 130 had an issue that affects a number of other megayachts, both larger and somewhat smaller. While they were towing their tender, at some point, the tender broke loose. It happened not just once, but twice.
Following months of negotiations, Wally has become part of the Ferretti Group. Based in Monaco, Wally is the brainchild of Luca Bassani, an avid yachtsman.
It’s been a little over a year since the owner of Jangada 2 signed a contract with Van der Valk Shipyard. The long wait is nearly over, since this 105-footer (32-meter) will see delivery in May. Commissioned by a repeat client, the megayacht represents a few significant achievements for Van der Valk—not the least of Continue reading The post Jangada 2 Nearing Completion as Builder’s Biggest Boat appeared first on Megayacht News .
Ninety-four feet (28 meters) of soft, sporty styling and luxury living inside. Azimut Yachts is finally revealing a thorough look at the Azimut Grande S10, a new megayacht model announced last year. In fact, while Azimut revealed details about this project in April 2017, simultaneously with the Grande Magellano, it only released the hint of Continue reading The post Azimut Grande S10, First Looks: VIDEO appeared first on Megayacht News
Currently, Sunseeker’s yacht range includes 12 models, with the largest being the 161 Yacht. A 13th series premiering in 2020 promises to be different. She’ll be the first Sunseeker megayacht model featuring an MTU hybrid propulsion package on a standard basis
With the craftspeople who built her looking on, alongside her captain, Agorà III celebrated her launch today at ISA Yachts. Agorà III is part of the ISA Alloy series, specifically an ISA Alloy 43, measuring 141 feet.
The American market is becoming more significant for Baglietto. An American owner is about a year away from taking delivery of an all-aluminum megayacht from the shipyard. For the time being, the shipyard just refers to her as the Baglietto 40M RPH. She is Baglietto hull number 10232
Since its inception eight years ago, Cantiere delle Marche (CdM) has focused exclusively on go-anywhere explorer yachts.
The Maritime Authority of the Cayman Islands (MACI) has published its investigation into the death of a crewmember from Kibo, which occurred a few years ago. It finds that the primary cause was improper working practices onboard.
During the global recession, some shipyards took on investors. Sanlorenzo was one such builder, selling a percentage of ownership to a foreign company. Massimo “Max” Perotti (pictured), the yard’s chairman and CEO, recently bought back those shares.