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Lürssen Has Launched the 115m Project Enzo
Lürssen Has Launched the 115m Project Enzo
On 18th June 2021 Lürssen unveiled and launched project Enzo, a striking and bespoke 115m...
The 36m Project Wildcard Has Been Launched and Sold
The 36m Project Wildcard Has Been Launched and Sold
Mulder Shipyard have launched the 36m motor yacht Project Wildcard. Following in the footsteps...
The 183m Project Rev Has Been Delayed
The 183m Project Rev Has Been Delayed
REV Ocean was established in Fornebu, Norway, in 2017, with a critical mission to facilitate a...
Arcadia Yachts Sherpa 80 XL Selected For the ADI Design Index 2020
Arcadia Yachts Sherpa 80 XL Selected For the ADI Design Index 2020
Arcadia Yacht’s 24m Sherpa 80 XL has been selected for the "Mobility" category of the...

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Overmarine's African Cat Is Listed for Sale
The 39.63m motor yacht African Cat is now listed for sale with Northrop & Johnson and Camper & Nicholsons as the co-central agent for the sale. African Cat was launched by Overmarine in 2007. Part of the famed Mangusta 130 series, this luxury motor yacht is outfitted with an array of features that will delight her new owner. She also features custom interior styling by the famed Earlcrown of London. The yacht’s timeless exterior was designed by Stefano Righini.The interior spaces of African Cat are modern with opulent touches, such as high gloss wenge wood, Lalique crystal fittings, chrome and Italian marble. The main deck has a multitude of windows that provide both ambient light and incredible views. The main deck is home to the salon with a sumptuous seating area as well as a dining salon that is situated under an oversized sliding roof.African Cat’s five lower-deck staterooms welcome up to 12 guests. The main salon is full beam with a private study and an e-suite bathroom outfitted with a mosaic hamman. Four additional staterooms, a VIP, two doubles and a bunk stateroom, also are well-appointed with impressive amenities and en-suite bathrooms. The yacht is run by a professional crew of eight.African Cat has a GRP hull, a 7.76m beam and a shallow draft of only four feet (1.35m), allowing her to cruise virtually anywhere in the world. African Cat is fast and fierce with a maximum speed of 32 knots. Her cruising speed is 25 knots. She is able to reach these speeds thanks to twin MTU engines and Kamewa jet drives. The yacht is priced at €5,500,000 and is VAT paid.Credits: Northrop & Johnson
Silent-Yachts Opens Offices in Mallorca and Florida
Silent-Yachts, the innovative Austrian shipyard, opens two new offices on both sides of the Atlantic. A new European office is now open in Port Adriano – Mallorca, one of the leading yacht harbours in the West Med.A Silent 55 and Silent 64 are docked in front of the office, ready to take clients to the sea for a test drive. Later this summer the new Silent 60 with a kitewing will also arrive at Port Adriano.“Our new base is like our second home”, said Michael Köhler, Silent-Yachts Founder and CEO. “Mallorca and the Balearics in general are popular yachting destinations, sunny, warm, with clean azure seas and many amazing places that have to be visited on board a yacht. The new office helps us keep our solar electric catamarans close to our clients and partners – we’re always open for a chat, visit or sea trial.”Another office will be opened in the US. In order to get closer to customers, the shipyard’s exclusive US distributor Edward Sacks sets up a branch in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the yachting capital of the Western Hemisphere. “Florida is the hot spot for the US yachting enthusiasts and we’re happy to take a seat in the region,” said Michael Köhler. “The location is close to the site of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, it has direct water access and a comfortable conference room for product demonstrations.”Silent-Yachts is producing the world’s first fully solar-sustainable oceangoing production catamaran yachts. They are powered exclusively by solar energy and capable of cruising up to 100 miles per day. In 2009, founders Heike and Michael Köhler, who have spent 6,000 days cruising more than 75,000 miles all around the world, launched the Solarwave 46, the first fully self-sufficient blue-water catamaran after years of testing solar-powered propulsion, and they have been building boats ever since. Credits: Silent-Yachts
Nick Stark Design Reveals the 94m Project Crystal
The newest Nick Stark Design’s Project Crystal named for the striking crystalline lattice that defines the superstructure, the synergy of the flowing lines and precision of the crystal structure strikes a unique profile."We wanted to create an aesthetic that is celebratory," says Nick Stark, stylist and naval architect behind the design. "The lines flow up and across, both lifting our gaze and also guiding it to what is around us: the people, the community and the environment."The 2500 GT yacht is designed for swift global navigation. Crafted with a relentless focus on hydrodynamic fundamentals, the sleek unadorned underwater lines provide both fuel efficiency and superb seakeeping characteristics. Environmental considerations are also important and extends from the controllable pitch propellers which maximise efficiency, through the hydrodynamic optimisations of the hull, hybrid power systems and glazing arrangements that minimise solar gain.The 94m vessel has three pools – the private hot tub on the owner’s deck, at the sun deck and at the aft deck. "The play of light through the glazed floor of the sun deck spa further opens up the interior of the owner’s deck. The atrium-like effect brings light that is both soothing and dynamic to the lounge below," explains Nick Stark. The beauty-is-more-than-skin-deep focus continues throughout the design, with phased-array antenna systems an option for replacing conventional satellite domes. It looks like Project Crystal has everything for safe, relaxed and beautiful yachting. Spending nearly 20 years as Silver Yachts' senior naval architect, Nick Stark started at Silver Yachts (then called Hanseatic Marine) during the early design phase of hull number one. He worked to help realise the Espen Oeino penned Silver, Silver Zwei, Smeralda, Silver Fast and Bold from concept to sea trials. Opening up a bespoke design studio has allowed Nick to focus on projects that had been waiting in the wings for when he’d have the time, energy and patience to bring them to life.Credits: Nick Stark
Сomfort and Efficiency: The New "Full Electric" Magonis Wave e-550
The Wave e-550 is the first model from the Italo-Spanish shipyard Magonis. She made its world debut in May at the Venice Boat Show 2021. The shipyard, with its headquarters in Barcelona and production site in Sabaudia, Italy, has drawn on the different influences of the two countries. Catalan creativity and exuberance have been combined with Italian taste and technology to create a boat that, in its 5.50m length (4.96 m at waterline) and 1.98m width, has all the perfect comforts for an enjoyable day cruise, be it sailing on Lake Garda (with all routes permitted, including the ones on the upper lake, forbidden to traditional motorboats), in the sea of Capri or a quick crossing from Ibiza to Formentera. The layout of the deck spaces is based on the bowrider style, resulting in a bow area that can be transformed in an instant from a cosy dinette into an equally usable sunbed. In the cockpit, comfortable seating and a protective windscreen ensure comfortable and safe navigation for up to six passengers. Standard equipment includes a 4kg stainless steel dolphin striker and anchor, a bathing ladder with four large steps, four designer stainless steel cleats. Stainless steel is used for the forward rail and windscreen uprights. There are plenty of optional features: telescopic table, full teak deck, refrigerator, shower, anti-theft device and an 8 sq m XXL awning supported by carbon uprights.Magonis Wave e-550 has a number of solutions that are not usually found on boats of this size, starting with the instrumentation, which has been replaced by a suitably waterproofed 13" iPad that owners can carry with them at all times. There is also a dedicated slot for charging smartphones, while music is provided by a 120 W Fusion system. With a depth of just 0.30 m, it is possible to venture almost to the shore in complete silence thanks to the electric propulsion.In terms of performances: Magonis Wave e-550 has maximum speed of 22 knots and a range of 12 hours at cruising speed. The displacement of 335 kg highlights the vacuum infusion construction of the exclusive Light X Pro technology, developed by the Magonis team of engineers and designers. Motorisation, strictly outboard, comes in the shape of two authentic icons of electric propulsion: the Torqeedo Cruise from 4 to 10 kW (approximately the equivalent of 20 hp), or the new Mag Power 18.0 and 30.0, 18 and 30 kW respectively. The former (with a power of around 40 hp) guarantees the aforementioned speed of 22 knots, the latter a top speed of 16 knots.Prices range from 33,485 Euro with the Torqeedo Cruise 4.0 RL to 68,900 Euro with the Mag Power 30.0, all including VAT.Magonis is an electric boats manufacturer with headquarters in Barcelona, Spain, and shipyard in Sabaudia, Italy. The shipyard was founded in 2017. Credits: Magonis
Game Changer for Sale With Edmiston
The expeditionary explorer yacht Game Changer was built by Damen in 2017 and has a total refit in 2020. After recently relaunched she is a true go-anywhere, do-anything yacht. Having completed a circumnavigation as part of an ocean research project, Game Changer is a yacht with proven ocean-crossing capabilities and is Polar Code compliant, enabling her to reach some of the world’s most hard-to-get-to destinations.A helicopter hangar sits below the impressive helipad and can welcome a wide range of models, from a BELL 429 to an Augusta grand or an Airbus 145 T2, improving her potential even further.After the refit the vessel has a beach club and large swim platform allowing easy access to the water, her tenders or many toys.Her interiors by Struik & Hamerslag Luxury are bright and airy, with a colour palette of soft grey with pops of lemon and lime adding a little contemporary flair. There are plenty of comfy sofas and a formal dining table in the main salon, adding to guests’ comfort.She can accommodate 11 guests across five cabins, including an owner’s cabin and two further cabins on the upper deck, plus two additional cabins on the main deck, each with large windows for outstanding views. There is also space for six support staff and 16 crew on board.Powered by four 3,000hp MTU 16V4000 M63L diesel engines, Game Changer has a top speed of 20 knots and a maximum cruising range of 4,500 nautical miles at a speed of 16 knots.Her asking price is $59,354,000. Credits: Edmiston

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