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First Aston Martin powerboat

First Aston Martin powerboat

Quintessence Yachts and Aston Martin have revealed more details of the first Aston Martin powerboat, which will be completed in September. Following on from the official presentation of the renderings at the Aston Martin HQ in Gaydon in April, a number of revolutionary features of the new AM37 were showcased ... Read More »

Miss Bubbles, the second Mangusta 94, seen in Monaco

Superyacht Miss Bubbles in Monaco Miss Bubbles, seen here coming into the port of Monaco, is the second hull in Overmarine’s Mangusta 94 series. The interior design is modern and features highly sought-after materials: all areas are fitted out with wengé, oak decapé and white leather on the ceiling. Special attention was given ... Read More »

CCN Return To The Market With A New Image

CCN: The Superyacht Sector Welcomes A Renewed Image Photos Cerri Cantieri Navali, now known as CCN, has completed a total brand renovation. This is the first renewal the company has undergone since its acquisition in 2011 by Gavio Group, also owner of the historic brands Baglietto and Bertram.  The new ... Read More »

Y.CO Sells Superyacht Ocean Paradise

Y.CO Sells Superyacht Ocean Paradise Photos Y.CO has today announced the sale of the 55 metre Benetti superyacht Ocean Paradise, a stunning superyacht with a unique, contemporary and fresh design which has been awarded and admired worldwide. Accommodating 12 guests in 6 cabins, the yacht was designed by Mauro Izzo, in close ... Read More »

Numarine delivers 6th unit of 102 RPH

image: http://keyassets.timeincuk.net/inspirewp/live/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2015/06/102-facelifted-2015-hull4-delivery-HHR-630×419.jpg Numarine has delivered the 6th unit of the re-styled 31m 102 RPH flagship yacht. The yacht was ordered back in June 2014 and features custom requests from her owner and several ‘evolutionary changes’ to her predecessors. These changes include aesthetic improvements, a repositioning and increase in size of the ... Read More »

How Piracy Has Changed

  For as long as explorers and merchants have gone to sea, pirates have threatened. Documents from Ancient Greece report piracy as early as the 4th Century BC when shipments of grain and olive oil were targeted by maritime thieves. Ever since, piracy, which likely has its roots in even ... Read More »

Superyacht Illusion in Marina Port Vell

Superyacht Illusion in Barcelona Seen here earlier this month at Marina Port Vell in Barcelona is the 55.75 metre superyacht Illusion, which was built by Feadship in 1983 as Le Pharaon. After taking delivery of this yacht, her original owner ordered a new and larger yacht, also called Le Pharaon, which was delivered to him in 1989. ... Read More »

Endless Summer to be fitted with AntiRoll system

Earlier this month, I visited Wim van der Valk Continental Yachts in The Netherlands, where I toured several of their projects. During my tour at the yard, I also met up with Arnold van Aken of Dynamic Marine Systems, who is supplying some of the new build project with their ... Read More »

The Swan 54 – The newest addition to the SwanLine

  Nautor’s Swan is proud to announce a new addition to its extensive and highly successful SwanLine: the Swan 54. A pure bluewater cruiser designed by world renowned naval architect German Frers, who has been working alongside Nautor’s Swan for more than two decades. With the first of four Swan ... Read More »