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Trivia: 7 surprising things you didn't know about yachting
Trivia: 7 surprising things you didn't know about yachting
Superyachts are fascinating creations destined to the world's highest net worth individuals, and...
Utopia: Yacht Island introduces new island-type concept
BMT Nigel Gee and Yacht Island Design created a luxury masterpiece yacht concept...
First Amels 220 superyacht, Project Waka touched the water
Inside one of the covered drydocks at the Amels yard Project Waka launched for the first...
79m CRN 135 now launched
Italian shipyard CRN (part of the Ferretti Group) launched  its...
Legend: 77m explorer finds a new owner
Y.CO has announced the sale of the 77,4-meter expedition superyacht Legend. She was built...
Top 5 photos of the week
Yacht Harbour looks at the best images from the social media world over the past week.#1. 115m...
REV: The biggest explorer superyacht in the world taking shape in Romania
he team behind the 182.9-meter research expedition vessel REV has posted a construction...
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now listed for sale by Northrop&Johnson
$ 899,000
Jongert | 26.21 m | 1986
added broker
€ 3,750,000
Benetti | 35 m | 2002
now for sale with Westwood&White.
€ 9,500,000
Baglietto | 41.4 m | 2004
$ 1M price reduction
$ 15,900,000
Oceanco | 51.4 m | 1997
now for sale with Northrop&Johnson
$ 1,849,000
Ferretti | 28.65 m | 2004
for sale with United Yacht Sales
$ 3,200,000
Jemison Marine | 29 m | 1999


REV: The biggest explorer superyacht in the world taking shape in Romania
he team behind the 182.9-meter research expedition vessel REV has posted a construction update on the project. This world's largest superyacht is taking shape at the VARD shipyard in Tulcea, Romania. Week by week the REV vessel is slowly coming together. It currently sits in 6 large blocks and will be assembled over the coming months into one large superstructure. The ship is scheduled for delivery early 2021.Built for environmental research missions in partnership with WWF Norway, the Research Expedition Vessel (REV) will also be available for charter for recreational purposes and expeditions. George Gill the Director of Miller Compton Maritime Ltd was asked by Norwegian businessman and owner of the project Mr Kjell Inge Røkke in May 2016 to develop the enormous 183-meter research expedition vessel which is expected to secure the title of the world’s largest yacht, both in terms of length and volume.REV is a very important project for all Norwegians. As Norway is one of a world-leading maritime nation and has the opportunities for taking on a global leadership role for exploring and taking care of the ocean. The Prime Minister of Norway supports the vision that ‘oceans are under pressure due to climate change, overfishing and waste pollution. To ensure the future growth of the ocean economy, we need to harvest resources in a sustainable way’.The Executive Secretary Vladimir Ryabinin of IOC of UNESCO also are very looking forward to REV: ‘It is exciting to know that a newest and most advanced research vessel will soon ply the global ocean and that she will be available to host scientists from all the world, especially from developing countries’.REV is a unique vessel: is designed to operate in remote and vulnerable waters for long periods without additional external support, the ship will be equipped for research and investigation of the entire marine ecosystem. The ship has the range and equipment to explore, document and collect. It also applies the Polar Code adopted by The International Maritime Organization for ships operating in Arctic and Antarctic conditions and can operate autonomously for 114 days. Depends on request of the project the capacity of the ship is up to 90 persons total including passengers, crew, scientists. Designed by famous Espen Øino, REV is tailored for research and expedition activities. Her robust exterior lines and modern features ensure she is able to cruise in arctic and tropical areas alike, with a hull built to ICE PC6 for navigation in ice. Two helipads can host drones and helicopter, while overhead cranes can lift and launch equipment weighing up to 20T over the side. Her drop keels enable echo sounders and sonars to be placed in undisturbed water below the hull for research of the world’s ecosystems, and built into her stern is a trawl hangar and pelagic trawling system.Built to the highest standards for both expeditions and recreational purposes the ship includes such features as a hospital with a medic cabin, High-tech equipment to monitor and survey marine areas, currents, the seabed, fish and plant life, while cutting-edge laboratory facilities enable onboard analysis. There will be an auditorium for lectures, and the capacity for live streaming, also a Moonpool, an eco-harvesting system for live catch and release of biomass and pelagic samples, and an underwater hydrophone system for listening to ocean mammals.Photos via REV Ocean
Palm Beach: 5 of the largest brokerage yachts on display in 2019
The Palm Beach International Yacht Show 2019 is scheduled for March 28-31 this year. The show will highlight yachts and day boats worth in the whole more than $1 billion, displayed along with entertaining activities, live music and floating lounge zones. As the X date approaches, Yacht Harbour overviews the largest vessels to be seen at the event.#5 ChasseurLength: 50 mBuilder: ChristensenAsking price: $33,750,000A three-deck motor yacht Chasseur was launched by American yard Christensen in 2016. With interior volume of 499 GT, her contemporary interior styling was developed by VARO Interior Design studio based in Vancouver. The yacht’s exterior styling and naval architecture were developed in-house. She is trademarked with a silver hull, a 9-metre beam and light GRP construction ensure spacious sitting areas for the guests at the waterline. As to her accommodation capacity, Chasseur can house up to 12 guests on board within six suites, including a full-beam master suite.#4 Lazy ZLength: 51,4 mBuilder: OceancoAsking price: $16,900,000Built by Oceanco in 1997, this yacht features a steel hull and aluminum superstructure within a beam of 9,45 metres. She underwent two significant refits in 2015 and 2017, marking interior improvements and installation of new MTU engines. Powered by the latter, Lazy Z can reach her maximum speed at 17 knots and cruises comfortably at 15 knots. Interior volume amounts to 638 GT. The yacht’s exterior design was developed by Richard Hein, with interior design commissioned to The A Group. Up to 12 guests can be comfortably accommodated in 6 cabins on-board, as well as 12 crew members.#3 ElixirLength: 55 mBuilder: AmelsAsking price: €38,900,000Elixir was delivered by Dutch shipyard Amels in 2016. Her exterior design concept was developed by Tim Heywood, with interior designed by Laura Sessa. Her owner contributes to modern interior look with jet black gloss and stainless steel around the superstructure. The magnificent outdoor spaces include a huge Sun Deck, folding bulwarks for Main Deck indoor dining with an al fresco feeling, along with the owner's Suite balcony. #2 MinderellaLength: 58,82 m Builder: FeadshipAsking price: $16,900,000The yacht was built by Feadship in 1986. With her interior volume of 702 GT, she features steel hull and aluminum superstructure within a 9,51-meter beam. The yacht’s total gross tonnage makes up 702 tons. Minderella reaches her maximum speed at 16 knots and cruises comfortably at 13,5 knots. Her accommodation capacity enables having up to 10 guests in 5 cabins. Her exterior design was developed by De Voogt, with her interior design elaborated by Terence Disdale.# 1. Excellence VLength: 60mBuilder: Abeking & RasmussenAsking price: €69,500,000The leader of the list was built in 2012 by Abeking & Rasmussen for American billionaire Herb Chambers. Moving all the way up from a 30ft Trojan fishing boat in the 70s, the automotive dealership mogul held Excellence V as his flagship since it was built. The 60-meter is now for sale as Chambers prepares to take delivery of a 88-meter yacht in build at Abeking.Excellence V features multiple on-board amenities, including a dedicated cinema and waterfront gym, oversized beach club, full owner's deck and multiple outdoor lounge areas with spa pool. Excellence V can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins on-board.
The 39.5 meter tri-deck catamaran The Beast is launched
More than 1000 people went to watch how the catamaran 'The Beast' takes to the water for the first time at Manawatū Marine Boating Club in Foxton Beach on the New Zealand North Island. The 39.5-meter tri-deck catamaran 'The Beast' becoming one of the biggest boats built in the country. New Zealand-based builder of motoryachts, fishing boats, and commercial ships - Profab Engineering - is responsible for her construction. In-build images of 'The Beast' were released in March 2018, showcasing its all-aluminium design features with naval architecture and exterior styling by LOMOcean.The owner, Michael Hill, New Zealand native wanted an adventure-seeking superyacht capable of taking on challenging conditions. This extravagant 40-metre-long superyacht could soon be available for the chart at $273,000 a week in the South Pacific through Charter Company 37 South.'The Beast' offers plenty of space on board in the 12-meter beam with a total interior volume of 493GT. She also includes a 9.3-meter amphibious tender, a 4.5-meter rescue boat and a Japanese teppanyaki-style barbecue on the upper deck. 'The Beast' comes complete with fishing equipment, kayaks, paddle boards. The five-cabin catamaran can also be used for scuba diving, ferrying crews to oil and gas rigs, and even has a remote-operated submarine for investigating underwater sites. This universal catamaran can also be used for scuba diving challenge or investigating underwater with the remote-operated submarine.According to Profab, this super catamaran has an impressive cruising range about 5,000 nautical miles with speed between 12 and 13 knots, she carries more than 76,000 litres of fuel. It can go almost anywhere in the world except Antarctica as she doesn't have reinforced hull plating for navigating in ice. It doesn’t matter. The owner is planning plenty of cruising around the Southern Hemisphere. And this is quite a big area to explore if you accompanied with up to 10 additional friends and family, as well as 10 crewmembers. Master cabin and four double cabins which are convertible into twins and one twin cabin with Pullman berths and of course three outdoor dining experiences.Power comes from a pair of Caterpillar C32 diesel engines with 715 horsepower and full weighs at 480 tonnes. Before settling in Auckland 'The Beast' will have the testing on the route from Foxton to Wellington.Name: THE BEASTYacht Type: Motor YachtYacht Subtype: Expedition Yacht, MultihullLength: 39,5 mBeam: 12,0 mTop speed: 13 knots
Baltic Yachts starts building 44, 6-metres sailing yacht Baltic 146 in Jakobstad
Construction of the new 44.6-meter full-custom sailing yacht Baltic 146 has begun this month in Yakobstad, Finland. Baltic 146 is a new composite superyacht, developed by Baltic Yachts taking into account the design of cruise ships, and it will have a naval architecture and interior design from famous design studio Judel / Vrolijk & Co. This is the third largest project after 66.7 meters Hetairos (2011) and 55 meters Pink Gin 175 (2017). This superyacht will be built using advanced composites using epoxy SPRINT and pre-preg carbon with a lightship displacement target 167 tons. Due to the reducing draft to just 3.4m and twin rudders, the yacht has the opportunity to facilitate manoeuvring in the port. The forward-facing pull-propeller can be rotated and used as a stern thruster, so it can be safely said that this yacht is designed for long-distance, independent global cruises, and for this purpose, along protective solid bimini has been developed that extends over most of the cabin. The hull is built in four parts; the lower section, the two side sections and the transom section, which will cover the stern of the yacht. “Building the yacht in sections means our workers can access the mould more easily for improved accuracy and speed,” comments Baltic Yachts.The lower deck consists of a master cabin with three additional double cabins. Inside there is a lounge area and a dining room, which receives a lot of natural light from the surrounding windows and skylights. The cab is equipped with chairs for outdoor recreation and lunch. They have dual controls, and all have skylights for optimal natural light during sunny days. The foredeck hosts a tender well for storing the tender and leaving the deck area flush for sunbathing, observation and exercise. The production of the new yacht will take about 24 months and goes on a cruise after its launch in 2021. Baltic Yachts currently have two additional custom projects under construction: the Baltic 142 Canova and Baltic 112 Liaratake are going to be launched later this year. Main features of Baltic 146: Carbon composite construction - Covered cabin for outdoor life - Four spacious double cabins - Third largest yacht by volume built by Baltic.Baltic Yachts/2021 LOA: 44.60mLWL: 41.80mBeam: 9.35mDraft: 5.9m/3.4m
Top 5 photos of the week
Yacht Harbour looks at the best images from the social media world over the past week.#1. 115m superyacht concept Art of Life Art of Life concept released by Sinot during Monaco Yacht Show 2018, represents a statement of elegance and a synthesis of beauty and functionality. Her striking exterior style, with its overhang at the stern and forward projecting bow, is reminiscent of a 16th century Dutch icon of shipbuilding, the schooner yacht. With ’Schoon’, meaning both ‘good looking’ and ‘clean’ in Dutch, the term ‘schooner’ stands for the yacht’s fast, versatile and efficient hull.The yacht is trademarked with panoramic stern lounge, fitted with a large floor-to-ceiling slanted window and a 384-inch retractable cinema screen, along with vast exterior al fresco spaces.#2. 91m Lady LaraPhoto by @loriansmithBuilt by Lurssen in 2015, the yacht features the exterior and interior design from Reymond Langton. Lady Lara's alluring amenities include VIP suites with fold down balconies, a large beach club, a gym, Jacuzzi, a swimming pool and a helipad.The yacht features feminine elegance when viewed at a distance, thanks to her sweeping curves and elegant proportions that allow her masculine details to emerge. #3. 123m Al Lusail captured in Gibraltar Photo by @superyachts_gibraltarLaunched in 2016 by Lurssen, the yacht features extravagant exterior by H2 Yacht Design and interior styling by March&White.This highly secretive build features a full-displacement steel hull that supports an aluminum superstructure and teak decks. This adds up to a gross tonnage of nearly 8,500 GT. Al Lusail boasts a top speed of 15 knots with a cruising speed of 12 knots.As to the yacht’s name, Lusail is the newest planned city in Qatar, located on the coast, 23 km north of the city centre of Doha. Construction is still ongoing but it is planned to have marinas, residential areas, island resorts, luxury shopping and leisure facilities.#4. 98m Aviva captured in Sardinia Photo by @p.gonschorekThis yacht was built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 2017 for Joe Lewis, becoming the 4th Aviva in the UK billionaire’s fleet.This latest Aviva boasts exterior and interior design by Reymond Langton that teamed up with Toby Silverton to developed her sleek and elegant profile. The boat’s modern interior notably features a 20x10x6-metre tennis court. Her efficient hull shape is said to reduce drag by up to 20%. While she cruises at the maximum speed of 30 knots, a very special hybrid drive system allows Aviva to run at up to 11 knots, using electric motors only.#5. 142,8 m S/Y A by NobiskrugPhoto by @julien_hubertThe yacht delivered in 2017 features masts stunningly taller than Big Ben. With the height of nearly 100 meters, S/Y A boasts over 12,600 GT of interior volume, just 3,100 less than Dilbar, the most voluminous yacht in the world. By this measurement, she's also 4.6 times larger than the largest sailing yacht in the world, the 108-meter Black Pearl.The yacht powered by twin MTU engines of 4,827 HP each, is projected to reach her top speed at 20 knots without using her sails and feature cruising speed of 16 knots under transatlantic range of 5,320 nautical miles.

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Motor yacht
€ 7,000,000
Cantiere Savona | 28.95 m | 2020
Otam SD35 Hull No.2
Motor yacht
€ 13,600,000
Otam | 35.3 m | 2021
Project Destiny
Motor yacht
€ 12,500,000
Miss Tor | 42.2 m | 2017
Motor yacht
$ 900,000
Pttara | 42.55 m | 2018
Sunbeam A
Motor yacht
€ 1,300,000
Jongert | 26.85 m | 1979