Motor yacht
€ 2,262,200
Wang Tak | 46.77 m | 1988

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Arcadia Yachts' A96 Wins Robb Report's Best Motoryacht of the Year Award
Arcadia Yachts' latest model, the A96, has been named Best Motoryacht of the Year in the Robb Report's "Best of the Best 2024" awards. The Robb Report, a US lifestyle magazine, is highly regarded in the international yachting industry and other luxury sectors.The A96 stands out for its design, which emphasizes holistic wellbeing and a connection with nature. The interior, designed by Igor Lobanov, features sleek lines and dark lacquered surfaces inspired by Art Deco. The jury was impressed by the yacht's spacious living areas, enabled by its 24-foot beam, and its design that encourages outdoor living in comfort.Arcadia Yachts' CEO Ugo Pellegrino noted that the award recognizes the A96's ability to meet the desires of modern yacht owners seeking total wellbeing. Pellegrino highlighted the yacht's design features, including large water-level terraces, a maneuverable propulsion system, and a top speed of 23-24 knots, which draw from the strengths of both the Sherpa and A lines. The A96 also emphasizes a strong connection with nature through its expansive windows that blend indoor and outdoor spaces.The A96's recognition by the Robb Report underscores its innovative design and appeal to contemporary yacht owners.Arcadia Yachts is based in Naples, Italy. Since 2008, Arcadia Yachts has been building semi-custom luxury composite yachts and has succeeded in perfectly integrating artisanal craftsmanship, modern technologies, attention to detail and to the surrounding environment. The Arcadia Yachts fleet has included two ranges since September 2016. The shipyard’s first and most characterizing range is the A range, which includes four models (A85, A85s, A105 and A115). The Sherpa range has a new model, the 24m Sherpa XL, which was launched at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival. The new model, A96, debuted at 2023 Cannes Yachting Festival.Credits: Arcadia Yachts
Launch of Custom Line's First All-Aluminium 50m Superyacht
Custom Line has launched its first all-aluminium 50-meter superyacht, marking a significant milestone for the brand. The new flagship, Custom Line 50 M/Y Asante, made its debut at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard in Ancona on June 8. The launch was celebrated with a private ceremony attended by the owner's family, shipyard management, and employees.Ferretti Group CEO Alberto Galassi highlighted the innovative aspects of the new yacht. "The new Custom Line 50 represents cutting-edge research and innovation in both style and materials. Aluminium offers significant performance and fuel consumption benefits," he said. The Custom Line 50 opens a new market segment for the brand, with its design focusing on maximizing light and water exposure through detailed studies of the yacht's volumes and spaces.The 50-meter yacht, built entirely from aluminium, features a displacement hull under 499 GT, a length of 49.94 meters, and a beam of 9.60 meters. The project is a collaboration between the Product Strategy Department led by Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group Superyachts Division Engineering team. Filippo Salvetti designed the exterior, while ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel crafted the interiors, blending marine tradition with contemporary design.Brokerage house Performance Boats USA, LLC represented the owner in the project. The yacht spans four decks, with the master suite located forward on the upper deck, offering a 180-degree view and direct access to a private terrace with a lounge area and sunpad. The yacht also features four VIP cabins on the lower deck, accommodating a total of 12 guests and 9 crew members, including the captain.Asante emphasizes on-board liveability and comfort. The yacht’s design enhances the connection between interior and exterior spaces, particularly in the main and upper deck lounges, which feature large floor-to-ceiling windows. A beach club at the water's edge connects to an aft outdoor area on the main deck, which includes a private lounge and a rectangular pool in the stern.Asante will make her world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show 2024.The Ferretti Group, led by Chief Executive Officer Alberto Galassi, is now one of the world’s leaders in the construction and sale of luxury yachts and pleasure vessels, with a unique portfolio of brands: Ferretti Yachts, Riva, Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft, CRN, Custom Line and Wally.Credits: Ferretti Group
E1 Team Rafa To Partners With Sunreef Yachts Eco
Sunreef Yachts Eco joins Rafael Nadal’s E1 team as Official Partner. The world’s first and only high-speed electric boat race, the E1 sets a new standard in marine sports. With a strong focus on marine conservation and green boating, the E1 philosophy perfectly aligns with the Sunreef Yachts Eco vision.The E1 Series is a new kind of motorsports competition featuring electric-powered Racebird boats. High-speed races take place in iconic locations including Jeddah, Venice, Monaco, Rotterdam or Hong Kong. Nine mixed teams get behind the helm of the Racebirds to compete in a thrilling championship, blending innovation and sustainability with the thrill of racing. With a lineup of team owners including celebrities from the world of sports and show business, the E1 puts strong emphasis on entertainment and sustainability. Team Rafa pilots are Cris Lazarraga – European Jet ski racing champion in 2019 and vice world champion in 2021, as well as Tom Chiappe – an experienced powerboat racer, world endurance champion, Karting SWS World Champion 2023 and winner of the 24 hours of Rouen in 2016.Team owner Rafael Nadal has a strong relationship with the Sunreef Yachts brand. One of the greatest tennis players in history, he is an experienced boater and Sunreef catamaran owner. The E1 Series forges partnerships, drives awareness, and takes tangible action. The organizers collaborate on coastal habitat restoration initiatives and create content to teach children the importance of ocean health. To accelerate the development of electric technologies, E1 will also offer to install charging points at each venue to incentivize recreational boat users.Sunreef Yachts was founded by Francis Lapp in 2002 in Gdansk, Poland. Since then, the shipyard has been designing and manufacturing luxury sailing and power multihulls. Credits: Sunreef Yachts
Feadship Launches Project 713, Advancing Environmental Goals
Feadship has unveiled the 59.5m Project 713, marking a significant step in its commitment to environmental sustainability. With an elegant blue-grey hull and white superstructure, Project 713 continues Feadship's progress toward its climate neutrality target for 2030, following the launches of Obsidian and Project 821.Designed by Studio De Voogt with interiors by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, Project 713 features several innovative technologies aimed at reducing environmental impact. It is the first Feadship vessel to incorporate solar cells for auxiliary power generation, boasting highly efficient silicon cells that produce up to 24 MWh annually. The yacht also includes a diesel-electric propulsion system and the capability to run on non-fossil HVO fuel.The hull of Project 713 is optimized for cruising speed rather than top speed, enhancing its energy efficiency. The vessel’s power system includes four generators and a 400 kWh battery, providing energy for both propulsion and hotel load.Project 713 is also notable for being the first new-build Feadship to use FSC-certified plantation teak for decking, ensuring sustainable harvesting practices. The yacht has undergone a Yacht Environmental Transparency Index (YETI) Assessment, ranking among the best in fleet with an impact 35% below average. This achievement is attributed to efficiency-enhancing features that offset the energy losses from electrical conversions on board.The launch highlights the significant economic contribution of the superyacht industry in the Netherlands, which accounts for over half of the country's maritime sector. This industry fosters innovation, craftsmanship, and employment across various fields, including naval architecture, interior design, and advanced engineering.Based in the Netherlands and with roots dating back to 1849, Feadship was formed as a group in 1949 as a marketing partnership between six Dutch shipyards, de Vries Lentch, Van de Stadt, Witsen & Vis, Akerboom, De Vries Scheepsbouw and Van Lent Shipyard, and De Voogt Naval Architects. Feadship is well-known as one of the Netherlands’ most elite yacht builders and delivers superyachts from 50–100+ meters in length.Credits: Feadship
M66 RS Introduced by Mylius Yachts
The M66 RS is the latest addition to the world of blue water cruiser sailing yachts, designed to deliver an exceptional sailing experience with a focus on habitability, comfort, and safety. With an overall length of 20.4 meters and an innovative design, the Mylius M66RS aims to set a new standard in its category.The hull, designed by Alberto Simeone, showcases cutting-edge yacht design. It features a high prismatic coefficient for improved high-speed performance and a flared hull to reduce wetted surface area and enhance form stability. The flat aft sections increase course stability at high speeds, facilitating surfing and speed when using gennakers.Equipped with a generous sail plan and constructed from full carbon/epoxy, the Mylius M66RS boasts one of the highest sail area to displacement ratios in its class. Its sail area is one of the largest among similarly sized yachts, ensuring superior performance. The yacht is powered by a Yanmar 4LV170 125kW engine, providing reliable performance in all conditions.The technical specifications of the Mylius M66RS include a waterline length of 19.20 meters, a maximum beam of 5.73 meters, and a draft of 3.40 meters. The yacht has an approximate displacement of 24,200 kg and a ballast of about 8,450 kg. It features 1000-liter tanks for both water and fuel, allowing for extended cruising autonomy.The design of the Mylius M66RS is both elegant and functional. Modern lines and large windows ensure excellent visibility and a seamless connection between the interior and exterior spaces. The deck is spacious and livable, with a large cockpit and a generous bow area ideal for relaxation during long cruises. Forward and low seating positions allow guests to enjoy sailing from a protected spot, while the main maneuvers are directed back to the cockpit for optimal management.The interior of the Mylius M66RS is designed to accommodate six guests in three cabins, each with dedicated facilities for maximum comfort and privacy. The central salon, illuminated by large coachroof windows, features a cozy lounge area with two opposing sofas, a dining table, and a generously sized galley located forward of the dinette. The owner's cabin, situated at the bow, includes a private bathroom with a separate shower, while the two twin cabins aft each have a private bathroom and separate shower. There is also a cabin for a crew member.The Mylius 66RS will be showcased at the 2024 Cannes Yachting Festival from September 10-15 and the Genoa International Boat Show from September 19-24, alongside other models from the Piacenza-based shipyard.The Mylius Yachts shipyard, headquartered in Podenzano, has been dedicated to the construction of fast sailing vessels and performance cruisers with a recognizable and winning style since its foundation. Mylius is among the leaders in the production of yachts ranging from 55 to 80 feet. Mylius has added the production of motorboats, including fast motorboats and habitable motor yachts.Credits: Mylius Yachts