Sailing yacht
€ 7,500,000
Radez | 48 m | 2019

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The launch of a 110-metre superyacht concept Project Century X
A 110 metre yacht design Project Century X is a result of collaboration between Ocean Independence with exterior designers Christopher Seymour and Carl Esch.The 4,550 GT yacht offers accommodation for up to 14 guests in seven staterooms.Approximately 550 square metres of her space are dedicated to the private owner's deck, which incorporates a master suite, saloon, bar, and dining area. The superyacht will have space for a crew of 27, including a massage therapist.She also has numerous deck spaces, including four freshwater pools and a beach club. Her tender docking stations and garage will accommodate an array of tenders and water toys, while an elevator and helideck are available depending on the future owner’s requests. 100 Metre Superyacht Project's power will come from a pair of 3,600kW engines for a range of 6,000 nautical miles.Credits: Ocean Independence
Inside the new 55-meter Admiral yacht Geco
Let's have a look inside the new 55-mter Admiral yacht Geco. Admiral's latest superyacht is a custom design intended to be "eye-catching and unconventional" – said Gian Marco Companino Design Team.Geco features a never-seen-before style of beach club, the fore helipad made to overhang from the hull and custom Buddha bar lounge area.Guests are greeted by the striking main foyer and the glass-walled staircase. All guests areas eventually connect, including the several communal spaces or six staterooms. There is the master suite, full-beam VIP, two doubles and two twins with Pullman to choose from.The interior decor can be described as glamorous with a perfect mash-up of classic French and contemporary Italian styles. The wooden French boiseries, luxury Italian marbles and bronzed are used to complement the predominantly neutral colour palette.To make the most of the outdoors, guests can use the upper deck and its multi-functional design that allows for the space to be separated to become an indoor or outdoor lounge and dining area. The upper deck is connected to the yacht's Buddha bar lounge. A custom-made Jacuzzi hot tub and an outdoor gym area can be found up on the sundeck.Geco has a fully-stocked toy store. The superyacht has Jet skis, a Flyboard, an inflatable waterslide and climbing wall, transparent kayaks and snorkelling and diving gear. GECO also contains the super-speedy 40-knot Evo 43 tender chase boat, Khaleesi.Credits: IYC
The 43-meter Hike expedition superyacht Marcato has been sold
The 43-meter Hike expedition was listed for sale by Georges Bourgoignie at Fraser and Paul Madden at Ocean Xplorer, Mike Burke represented the buyer in the deal.Hike expedition with exteriors and naval architecture from the drawing boards of Guarino & Cox, Marcato was delivered in 2006 by the Canadian yard Hike Metal Works and showcases an elegant interior by the Fort Lauderdale-based studio Gold Coast Design Studio beneath her rugged exterior.The 491 GT motor yacht can reach a top speed of 14 knots and cruise comfortably at 13 knots, has an impressive range of 8000 nautical miles at 10 knots, thanks to her twin 1,000hp Caterpillar engines.Having spent 452 days on the market as a yacht for sale, the last known asking price for motor yacht Marcato was $9,890,000,Credits: Globe Regal Yachting
The unique project designed by Vripack is set to be the world’s largest sportfishing yacht
Royal Huisman will build a 52-metre powerboat named Project 406. Aqua Marine is expected to complete the project, which includes Bush & Noble and Hampshire Marine as technical managers, working in close collaboration with Vripack and Royal Huisman.Lydia Wilding, director of the Aqua Marine team, says “The connected interface with Vripack and Royal Huisman and the whole team has allowed us to build a supportive communication framework and carved out a collaboration that adds value and supports our client’s’ clear vision, as this truly is a project of dreams being turned into a reality by Royal Huisman. It’s very exciting,” said Lydia Wilding, director of the Aqua Marine.“To be entrusted to participate in the building of the largest true sportfish yacht ever made, and knowing that it will be of the highest quality, makes the experience all the more exhilarating. Having started my yachting career building luxury sportfish cruisers over two decades ago, to now be an integral part of the world’s largest true sportfish yacht, is a once in a lifetime privilege. Enabling us to work alongside our exceptionally talented friends at Vripack, Aqua Marine and world-renowned shipyard Royal Huisman to build the client’s dream, shows the level of commitment and passion this client has for quality yacht design, construction and a game fishing experience never experience before seen in our industry… and likely never to be seen again,” Brett Noble, partner at Bush & Noble said.Royal Huisman’s CEO Jan Timmerman said: “It is most energising to know that our upcoming launch of the striking motor yacht Phi will be followed by this awe-inspiring sportfish yacht. In these times of Covid-19 restrictions we’ve been able to secure two new construction contracts and now have four projects under construction, together with multiple Huisfit and rebuild projects. Each and every one a unique build and therefore truly bespoke Royal Huisman projects. The Vollenhove shipyard which continues to be the ‘Home of the World’s Finest Sailing Yachts’, looks forward to becoming a ‘Home to the World’s Finest Powerboats’, as well – and Project 406 is the perfect complement,”More details about the 499 GT aluminium-hull yacht will come soon.
Sirena launches second version of 27-meter Sirena 88
Sirena, Istanbul-based yacht builder, announced the launch of its Sirena 88. The 26.81-metre yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests taken care of by a crew of four. This is the second version of Sirena 88.She has an exterior design by German Frers and Cor D. Rover and an interior by Sirena Yachts. The 125 GT yacht has a draught of 1.8-metres and a beam of 7.1-metres. The third Sirena 88 hull is set to arrive early in the new year and hulls four and five will land before the summer of 2021.“We are a production boat shipyard and never stop building, rather like a car assembly line… but we also customise every yacht as much as possible to suit individual client requests. Once a boat is signed for and the interior layout and décor is decided it takes around 10 months to finish. Of the multiple yachts we complete each year, no two are exactly the same,” Ali Onger, COO of Sirena Marine said.Credits: Sirena Marine