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Lengers Reports Two Superyacht Sales

Dutch brokerage sells a Sanlorenzo SX88 and 134ft Lürssen The Sanlorenzo SX88 Dutch brokerage Lengers Yachts has announced the sale of another Sanlorenzo ‘crossover’ yacht, the SX88, and a 134ft semi-displacement yacht from Lürssen. Sanlorenzo’s SX88 has a length of 26.7m and offers enough space for eight guests and three …

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Fair Winds & Following Seas, Galvas!

YN 18556, Galvas, full custom 56m Steel FDHF is delivered Galvas (YN 18556 previously known as Project Neptune), has been delivered. Jonny Horsfield of British firm H2 penned her profile. Based on Heesen’s engineering platform for the 55m FDHF Steel Class, Galvas sports an innovative design, which retains the Heesen family look and …

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Moonen Bankrupt

But talks with new backer continue. A Dutch court has declared Moonen Yachts bankrupt. The ruling comes two weeks after the Dutch builder said it was close to a deal with a new financial backer. IBI understands, however, that those talks are “serious and are continuing”. The bankruptcy shields any new owner …

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The Heavens Align For Syzygy 818

Feadship has unveiled the future name of Project 818 as the vessel was transported to the sea for a rigorous series of trials. The 77.25-metre superyacht will be called Syzygy 818, reflecting the divergent elements contained in a Feadship set to change many perceptions of yachtbuilding when fully revealed later this …

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Spanish Boat Registrations Up 6.2%

Around 3,489 boats were registered in Spain in the first half of 2019 Spain’s National Association of Nautical Companies (ANEN) has announced that the country’s recreational craft registrations grew by 6.2% year-on-year to 3,489 units in the first half of 2019. Sailing boat registrations expanded by a robust 40.5% in …

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Greece Implements New Yacht Cruising Tax

The Greek government has implemented its new cruising tax, also called the TEPAI, which was initially set to be introduced in early April. The news was issued by the UK-based Cruising Association (CA), many of whose members will likely be visiting Greek waters later this year. The tax was first …

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