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Admiral has sold the new build Project Skyfall. The 82m vessel was sold by FGI Yacht Group’s Frank Grzeszczak for an American owner. “After an extensive three years of shipyard research and searching for a yacht builder to entrust with the creation of his dream yacht, this highly experienced American owner of multiple superyachts finally decided to build with The Italian Sea Group’s Admiral. His choice came as a result of Admiral’s incredible capability and innovative approach to building, always showcasing its willingness to work with this client to customize the project to make his dream a reality.” says Frank Grzeszczak, the FGI Yacht Group president and founder. The Italian Sea Group that operates with the Admiral brand now rivals Northern European shipyards in build quality and value and is now achieving a new milestone entering the American superyacht market with the sale of Project Skyfall. Skyfall spreads across five decks and can accommodate 12 guests between six elegant cabins. The idea behind the project is to bring a masterpiece to reality. The imagination of the designers and the entire creative team involved in the project is being tapped into to bestow a yacht that will grace the atmosphere wherever it may cruise. She will feature a glass-fronted beach club with gym and massage room, a 7.5m swimming pool in the main deck, the helipad and a cinema.“The sale of the new 82m Admiral marks our entry into the US large yacht market, consolidating TISG position as a key global player in the mega yacht sector,” commented Giuseppe Taranto, Vice Chairman and CCO of The Italian Sea Group.“It represents an important milestone confirming the growing esteem of the nautical world for our yachts and our established professionalism.”An award-worthy design, the new 82m will be delivered to her future owner in the summer of 2025 and bear the name Skyfall!Admiral Yachts – flagship brand of The Italian Sea Group, global operator of the international nautical industry, specialized in the construction of yachts and ships up to 100 meters. Present in the yacht market, Admiral has launched 147 yachts over the years. Since 1966 The Italian Group has launched over 583 yachts.Credits: The Italian Sea Group, FGI Yacht Group
January 24, 2022
The CL Yachts CLX96 underwent a successful sea trial in January. The 29.5m yacht was able to reach a top speed between 24 to 25 knots at full load condition with weights simulating tender and owner’s gear. “Our captain reports that the boat handled well and was very responsive to the helm. Two thrusters at the bow and stern provided a much higher level of confidence when docking. We have ourselves a yacht that operates smoothly throughout her RPM range. Thanks to her stabilization options, including a Quick MC56 gyrostabilizer and Sidepower fins, she is very steady in a seaway as well,” says Martin Lo, the company’s director.Her profile was drawn up by Milan-based designer Jozeph Forakis, who brought a fresh touch and a rebel’s insight to the sketches. CLX96 has already won the Good Design Award 2020, a Bronze A’ Design Award 2021 as well as the prestigious award from the International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2021. She can accommodate eight guests across four cabins.“We wanted a fresh approach to the norm, and we did that by allowing designer Jozeph Forakis the freedom to create something different and unique, while holding true to our core values of quality, innovation and uncompromising seaworthiness,” continues Martin Lo. CLX96 is currently out of the water for final fitting. More sea trials will be conducted prior to her Asia debut this spring in Hong Kong. Her international debut is planned for the 2022 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.CL Yachts’ goal is to offer unparalleled experiences to the modern explorer. The luxury performance brand stands apart from its competitors thanks to its unique approach to design – driven by CL Yacht’s core value of innovation. Fusing progressive design with engineering prowess and state-of-the-art technology, every element of CL Yachts’ vessels are meticulously geared to steer luxury into uncharted territories.Credits: CL Yachts
January 24, 2022
The Gladius superyacht range was presented by design studio Sturge and Toth in collaboration with Y.CO. Named after one of the fastest fish in the oceans, the swordfish, its exterior has sharp and elegant lines. It also parallels the striking power of the Roman army sword: The Gladio. The range includes three platforms, starting with a 43m. The longest will be a 74m vessel and the 62m is placed in the middle. One of the main design intents is the upper deck and sundeck superstructure on all ranges, built as an aluminium space frame within a smoothly sculpted glass geometry, where transitions of spanning convex and concave shapes realize exciting reflections as a key design feature, and partial see through photo-voltaic elements nurture its glowing appearance by night, playfully displaying the yachts energy conscious yet undisclosed technical features. Panoramic views through the advanced geometries from these framed glass structures within spaces with grand ceiling heights allow for unmistakable atmospheres also at night, where fluorescent particles melted into the glass appear as a high tech homage to the beauty of Scandinavian northern lights. During daytime these particles and solar panel flakes drop a homogeneous yet clustered shade, casting a pattern inspired by vintage military camouflage nets to the teak deck, while fully glazed aft sections are intended to transform into grand open decks by smart convertible sliding panels. “The larger vessels of the range include options of split deck layouts at the upper deck, where Loft like interiors translate into a concentric gallery overlooking the bridge and main deck lounge where an almost free floating bridge connects straight forward to the spacious master cabin and grandmaster office space," says Toby Sturge, S&T Co founder.Double height ceiling sections break up the flowing layout of the practical GA, allowing for views up and down between decks at certain cut out areas where large installations of fiber optic and glass sculptures mix in with brushed natural root woods. Whilst high contrasts of different haptic surface treatments reassemble a range of topographic patterns taken from 3d scans of ocean floors, panels of monochrome wood finishes are surrounded by polished stainless steel and soft woven silk and leather finishes, fusing classic styles and conservative inspirations with radical, futuristic influences of artificial Intelligence and virtual reality.Credits: Sturge and Toth
January 25, 2022
Canados has shared the images of the 30m Oceanic 100 Shadow. The boat is now under construction and is designed by Canados Design Team with interiors by world famous Cristiano Gatto. Inside the main deck, a modern saloon and dining area as well as day head will occupy the aft section while the fore section is devoted to the full beam wheelhouse with reversed windshield and direct access to the galley and crew cabins for four. The aft section of the lower deck is accessible via a circular staircase. Three cabins are part of the layout: a full beam master, VIP cabin and a guest cabin. While 100´ long it is registered under 24 meters. She will carry a seven meter tender on deck as well as four PWCs, eight Seabobs, a five meter tender and behind her open beach club is located a diving center with more toys storage. She has a top speed of 25 knots and can cruise at 20 knots. Oceanic 100 Shadow is scheduled for delivery in 2023.The Canados shipyard was founded in 1946, on an ex-hydroplane base. Since then, more than 800 Canados yachts have been delivered. The shipyard is located in Rome, just 7 km from the international airport of Fiumicino and produces motor superyachts and semi-displacement yachts and has a range of 14 models from 13 to 43 meters.Credits: Canados
January 24, 2022
Cantiere Delle Marche has launched the 43m full custom explorer Acala. Acala has been commissioned by an experienced yachtsman who, over the years, owned yachts built by shipyards such as Feadship, Lürssen, Blohm and Voss. He is a repeat client for CdM, his previous Acala, a Darwin 102, cruising in the Med but also sailing the expanses of the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic and reaching the wild beauty of remote destinations and the best diving spots in the world.“I am delighted and proud of this milestone launch. The trust this owner confirmed in CdM gives us the highest reason for pride. The mutual trust established between with this client and CdM team has been pivotal to the good result of the whole process that lead to the completion of such a complex project,” says Vasco Buonpensiere, CdM’s co-founder and sales & marketing director.“The work on technical specifications has been extremely detailed and it lasted almost 12 months to achieve a double result: to build a 43-meter yacht with the most detailed and comprehensive specs we have ever drawn up and to proceed with no need of major modifications as construction progressed,” continues Vasco Buonpensiere.Acala’s eye-catching lines were drawn by Viareggio-based Horacio Bozzo Design. She features a large windows on the main deck whose mullions seem not to join the superstructure that are undoubtedly Acala profile’s signature features. Her full displacement hull was made by Sergio Cutolo/Hydro Tec. Acala’s interior design was penned by Mexican architect Simon Hamui. Guest areas are spread over three decks and a sun deck. Acala can accommodate 12 guests across six cabins. A large lobby sits in between the main salon and guest night quarters. The full beam main deck, from amidship forward is dedicated to guests and owners. Three large VIP’s and an owner suite to starboard side are flooded by natural light from large windows. Two twin cabins are located on the lower deck.A spacious panoramic sky lounge located on the upper deck and includes the dining area. A large cockpit features dining and lounging areas, a swimming pool and lots of space to relax. A partially shaded sun deck integrated into the profile provides the social hub for Acala’s guests with an al fresco dining, bar, vast sunbathing area alongside a second swimming pool. A dumbwaiter connects the galley located on the lower deck to all deck, sun deck included, to convey food and drinks and ease the work of crew.With a total length of 43,10 meters, a beam of 8.60m, thanks to hull geometry, 62 400-liter fuel tanks, and the extremely frugal consumption of her twin Caterpillar C32 Acert engines 746kW each, Acala will have a range of above 5 000 nautical miles at 10 knots and a top speed of 14 knots. “Being chosen by experienced owners such as this gentleman who decided to have his second yacht built by us, after having owned yachts built by the most reputed Northern European brands, is the best possible prove that our commitment, dedication, technical skills and quality are second to none,” says Ennio Cecchini, CdM’s CEO. CdM's story begins in 2010. The facilities cover an overall surface of 16˙000 square meters, including 7˙000 sq. m of workshops and 1˙000 sq. m of docks. Since 2015, the shipyard has been the world’s leading builder of explorer yachts. Based in Ancona, Cantiere delle Marche builds yachts from 26m to 43m in length.Credits: CdM
January 26, 2022
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