Sanssouci Star
Motor yacht
€ 2,250,000
Husumer | 53.5 m | 1982
Oceanwolf
Motor yacht
Husumer | 38.1 m | 1967

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Futuristic 55m Eco-explorer Unveiled by Dynamiq
Dynamiq has unveiled the Global 550, a contemporary explorer yacht that seamlessly blends adventure with refined luxury. The Global 550's exterior design is credited to Monaco-based studio Dobroserdov Design, while Vripack Design, Dynamiq's long-term partner contributed to the design as well.It sets a new benchmark for efficiency, featuring a robust yet lightweight all-aluminum hull powered by two highly efficient 625 kW Volvo Penta heavy-duty engines. This powerhouse allows for an extended transatlantic range, surpassing 5,000 nautical miles on a single tank, making her a true explorer with remarkable autonomy. The yacht boasts immense freshwater tanks totaling 21,000 liters and ample storage spaces throughout.With four stabilizer fins, double the industry norm, and a Hull Vane, it offers exceptional pitch and roll minimization, ensuring a smooth cruising experience in all sea conditions. Furthermore, the yacht prioritizes environmental sustainability with smaller IMO Tier III engines, a battery system, and advanced exhaust gas filtration and water treatment solutions.One standout feature is the focus on nature observation, featuring panoramic lounges on each deck, including a crow's nest, underwater drones, and a telescope. The yacht also boasts a fully certified helipad, a lavish spa area with hammam and sauna, and a spacious owner's office that doubles as an observation lounge, all within the 500 GT limit.Notably, this project introduces Zrobim architects, renowned for their residential designs, to the world of superyacht interiors. They have adopted the concept of "quiet luxury," reflecting the shift towards eco-conscious and sustainable living. The interior design embraces "natural minimalism," incorporating elements like American oak, wenge, and dark Shimo ash to create a warm, tactile, and inviting atmosphere, especially important for long journeys in cold waters.The interior design draws inspiration from glaciers and remote mountain ranges, evident in details like illuminated Golden Queen onyx wash basins that resemble submerged glaciers. Various textured stones, including Arabescato Orobico Grigio and Spider green marbles, enhance the aesthetic.The interior's individuality is defined by art objects crafted from aged wood and textured wooden panels, serving both aesthetic and zoning functions. The full-height windows and expansive outdoor terraces seamlessly blend the interior and exterior, creating a modern and technologically advanced vessel for sea travel.Construction time for the Global 550 is 30 months from contract signing, and it's listed at EUR27,900,000, a price valid until the end of 2023. The world premiere of this project will take place at Dynamiq's stand during the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show.Dynamiq was founded in 2014 by experienced yacht broker and designer Sergei Dobroserdov. Dynamiq is the first company in the superyacht industry to introduce an online configurator, allowing the yacht to be easily and transparently customized down to the last detail. Dynamiq unveiled its first launch, 39m Spring (ex-Jetsetter), at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show to wide acclaim. The following project, the GTT 115 M/Y Jaaber, was developed in conjunction with the renowned Studio F.A. Porsche design firm and successfully unveiled at the 2017 MYS. The latest addition to the Dynamiq fleet is the GTM 90 Beach Club and new Global series of long-range explorer yachts.Credits: Dynamiq
A Closer Look at 45m Gran Turismo UV II
The 45m Gran Turismo is the latest by ISA Yachts made for a client, who was introduced by Peter Redford and Eugenio Cannarsa of Fraser Yachts Australia. The naval engineering of UV II was handled by Palumbo Superyachts; Enrico Gobbi – Team for Design designed the exterior lines, and Luca Dini Design & Architecture penned the interior design.The interior spaces are defined by expansive windows on every deck and a harmonious color palette featuring gold, sand, and turquoise hues. Natural oak floors with an irregular pattern impart an airy feel to each area. Light oak wood slats set against bands of black lacquered wood embellish the walls and ceilings, adding richness to the interiors while maintaining a harmonious balance.Below deck, four VIP cabins await, including two with convertible twin beds and two with double beds, each with a private bathroom. The beach club at the stern is lavishly equipped with chaise lounges, armchairs, and a bathroom. Forward lies the crew area, accommodating up to eight individuals in four cabins, each with a private bathroom, along with a comfortable dining area and an adjacent laundry.The capacious full-beam owner's cabin is positioned at the forward end of the main deck. It features an entrance hall with a sofa and TV, a bathroom with double sinks, and a walk-in wardrobe. Notably, this area boasts direct access to the forward outdoor lounge via a private staircase.The UV II’s main saloon showcases a generously sized L-shaped sofa paired with two armchairs featuring golden aluminum structures and a coffee table. Two backlit metal sides adorned with a geometric motif lend a pop touch to the room. The expansive external cockpit on the main deck offers semicircular structural sofas with side tables, creating a youthful and vibrant ambiance in shades of gray complemented by emerald and acid green. The large swimming pool is adorned with silver-colored mosaic tiles.Moving to the forward upper deck, you'll find the helm station and the Captain's cabin. Amidships, a circular dining area with 180°-opening circular windows extends to the cockpit. The latter is furnished with structural sofas, armchairs, two coffee tables, and several poufs.The fly deck serves as a secondary, more casual dining area, complete with a bar, a round table extendable to seat up to 10 people, and a sundeck.Constructed with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, the UV II is powered by 2 CAT C32 ACERT engines, each delivering 1300 hp for a top speed of 15.4 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. A 5-meter tender is stored in the starboard garage on the lower deck, which opens laterally. At the bow, there's a rescue boat, and in the hangar, two jet skis are easily launched with the hydraulic crane.ISA Yachts is part of Palumbo Superyachts network, which also includes: Columbus Yachts, Mondomarine and Extra Yachts. Currently in build are two 80-meter yachts which will serve as the new flagships models for ISA Yachts.Credits: ISA Yachts
Benetti Will Bring Two New Models at the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show
Benetti presents the world premiere of two models of B.Now 50M, the family of steel mega yachts whose innovative and versatile DNA has been engineered for long cruises with an at-home feel: FantaSea and Alunya, the latter fitted with the revolutionary Oasis Deck® at the Monaco Yacht Show, from September 27 to 30, 2023. FantaseaM/Y Fantasea (B.Now 50m) beckons outdoor enthusiasts with its expansive 36 sq.m beach club, a main deck pool at the stern, and a forward sun deck hot tub. A notable addition, unlike its predecessors, is a luxurious steam room in the beach area for ultimate relaxation. All outdoor furnishings are custom-made to the owner's exact preferences, and the yacht's sizable glass doors create a seamless indoor-outdoor ambiance. Inside, the modern interiors, curated by Benetti's Interior Style Department, boast high-quality ceramic finishes. AlunyaAnother attention-grabber from Benetti at the Monaco Show is Alunya. This 50-meter yacht is the second in the B.Now family to showcase the Oasis Deck™, a groundbreaking solution that reimagines the conventional stern swim platform. It features hydraulically operated terraces that extend across the entire width of the deck, creating an expansive 110 sq. m beach club. The Oasis Deck™ provides an uninterrupted 270° view aft and includes a glass-walled infinity pool and multiple social areas.Founded in 1873, Benetti is the oldest Italian shipyard specializing in luxury yachts. They design, build and sell composite vessels from 29 to 44m and steel and aluminum boats from 37 to over 100m. Their fleet consists of five categories: Class, Oasis, B.Yond, B.Now and Custom, to meet all the needs of the market, and they belong to the Azimut|Benetti Group, the largest privately owned luxury yachting group in the world.Credits: Benetti
A Closer Look at Third Unit of Otam 70HT
As the shipyard prepares for its 70th birthday, unit #3 of the Otam 70HT made its international debut at the 2023 Cannes Yachting Festival. The yacht was designed by Giuseppe Bagnardi of BG Design Firm with hull lines by Umberto Tagliavini Marine Design. On special request of the owner, Otam was able to further improve fuel efficiency at speeds in excess of 40 knots, thanks also to the lightweight yet rigid construction in Aramat, Kevlar and carbon fiber.Although the yacht shares some characteristics with its series counterparts, such as the absence of a tender garage and side-access to the aft cockpit, there are notable distinctions. The owner prioritized a spacious rigid sliding rooftop to maximize natural ventilation when at anchor or in motion. Furthermore, marble countertops were crafted from a single block of stone to maintain consistent veining throughout the yacht.The lower deck features three cabins, a galley, and crew quarters with separate access from the foredeck. On the main deck, a dinette and a secondary galley are situated.“Like every Otam, the Otam 70 HT is designed to exceed the expectations of our demanding owners,” says Matteo Belardinelli, Otam’s sales & communication manager. “Without exception they are looking for something unique and exclusive and that means we’re always pushing our own boundaries. This latest delivery is yet another example of our mission to build extraordinary, high-performance yachts that are tailored to every client’s personal requirements.”The shipyard’ history started in 1954 in Liguria. Its professionalism is what made it stand out, very quickly becoming the first authorized Riva yacht Service Center for the Med Sea. In the 80’s Otam fit around 25 yachts for an American builder before starting his own production of Otam 45’ and 55’, earning significant attention. Today Otam has produced around 90 yachts, becoming an Italian specialist, and, together with its custom range, offers a limitless choice between 45’ and 130’.Credits: сourtesy Alberto Cocchi & Alessandro Guerrieri/Otam
Seven Yachts To See at Genoa International Boat Show
Today, 21st September, at 11.00 am, the 63rd edition of Genoa International Boat Show kicked off on the scenic Terrace of the Blue Pavilion overlooking the Waterfront di Levante.The traditional flag-hoisting ceremony was organized by Confindustria Nautica (the Italian Marine Industry Association). The inaugural conference, entitled 'The Yachting Industry, the history behind the future', was moderated by TV director and presenter Monica Maggione. This year's show boasts impressive statistics, with 1,043 brands on display, marking a 4.5% increase since 2022. Over 1,000 boats, ranging from 2 to 40 meters in length, will be showcased, and 143 additional berths have been added, thanks to the new canals in the Waterfront area. Additionally, 184 new products, a 9.5% increase from last year, will be unveiled at the event.SX100Sanlorenzo30.5mThe SX100 is a crossover yacht that seamlessly integrates spacious open areas close to the sea. Developed through extensive owner feedback and fitting perfectly within the SX range, the SX100 optimizes onboard features while maintaining the range's distinctive style. The Sanlorenzo SX100 offers flexible layout choices, including a three- or four-cabin lower-deck design. It features an innovative stern setup that can serve as a waterline saloon or a master suite, complete with foldable bulwarks for added natural light. The main deck includes a generous midship seating area, the option for a VIP or master cabin forward, or an open-plan dining area with panoramic views.Riva 82’ DivaRiva25,29m The Riva 82’ Diva joins the successful lineup alongside the Riva 90’ Argo, Riva 102’ Corsaro Super, Riva 110’ Dolcevita, and Riva 130’ Bellissima. It sets new standards in both aesthetics and functionality, not only for Riva's flybridge range but also for the entire category. Designed by Officina Italiana Design, it prioritizes outdoor living and offers a fresh approach to interiors. Notably, the flybridge boasts three distinct areas: a central lounge with a dinette and bar, a forward sunbathing area, and a lounge area. The main deck features an expansive beach club, a remarkable size for its category, with a generous sun pad at the stern.Ax824,46mAstondoa Astondoa describes the Ax8 as a "social cruiser" designed to accommodate 18 guests. With its innovative design, this 24,46-meter motoryacht boasts a remarkable 6.22-meter beam, offering spacious passageways between the cockpit and beach club. Two expansive sundecks are featured, one on the main deck and another on the flybridge. The aft cockpit includes a dining and social area with a view of the beach club, separated by a glass divider for protection in adverse weather. The Ax8 accommodates four cabins, including a full-beam master and two VIPs aft, all with en-suite facilities. Additionally, there's a guest cabin forward and two crew cabins. Twin Volvo Penta 1350 engines power the yacht.BGM7522.7mBluegameBluegame, a subsidiary of the Sanlorenzo Group, is set to redefine motor yachts with their pioneering BGM75. Introduced in 2020, it's their first twin-hull motor yacht, offering remarkable stability, generous space, and enhanced fuel efficiency. This debutant represents a new category, distinct from typical multihulls. With a sleek 22.7m beam, just over one-third of its total length, it avoids the traditional squared-off look of catamarans, akin to the renowned BGX70 and BG72 models. Essentially, the BGM75 is a visually stunning motor yacht with the added advantage of two hulls.Rebel 50 G17.30mSacs MarineThe national premiere of the Rebel 50 G is showcased at the boat show. With a size between 47 and 55 feet, it strikes a balance between comfort and maneuverability. This unconventional boat blends elements of classic ribs and day-cruisers. Designed by Christian Grande, it features tapered foam profiles for safe mooring and added sportiness without sacrificing its sleek side profile. The deck lounge is partially enclosed for extended cruising, while the walkaround layout and spacious sunbeds at the bow and stern enhance social spaces. Below deck, the forward master cabin and midship VIP cabin offer ample space and privacy.Dufour 4112.75mDufour YachtsThis new cruiser offers an expansive cockpit, distinguishing it from others in its class. Its interior is equally spacious, providing the choice of three or four staterooms, and two or three en suites. The three-stateroom version, showcased at the event, includes a generous main cabin and two roomy guest cabins, each equipped with its private en suite. Dufour highlights that the 41 is the sole sailboat in its category featuring two forward cabins, each with double beds, and well-implemented soundproofing to ensure privacy.GranTurismo 14.0 X13.70mLomacThe new GranTurismo 14.0 X, flagship of the brand’s boat family, boasts a redesigned layout for enhanced liveability. It features a spacious cockpit and side walkways optimizing onboard movement, ensuring exceptional comfort for a maxi-rib of its size. The cockpit includes a large foldable table for 8-10 people, and the stern offers an ample sun pad. Forward, there's another expansive sun pad with excellent protection. Below deck, a roomy cabin with wood detailing, a dinette, ample storage, and a bathroom with a separate full-height shower provide additional comfort. The exterior and interior design, as well as the hull geometry, are crafted by Federico Fiorentino. The hull design was perfected using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software to maximize performance and efficiency at all speeds. Powering the boat are the new XTO Yamaha outboards, each delivering 450 hp.Credits: Astondoa, Bluegame, Dufour Yachts, Lomac, Riva, Sacs Marine, Sanlorenzo, Salone Nautico