Recent sales of two 41.5m vessels, to Australian and Chinese buyers, are giving credence to Heysea Yachts’ claim to be the “next big thing” in quality Chinese superyacht construction.
62ft of yacht at 32 knots. What’s not to like about this Princess Yacht that is the epitome of meticulous design and quality workmanship?
In this update on Asia-Pacific fishing, we start with a look left at the Australian-built Maritimo M62 sportfishers sold by Eric Koh of SG Boating in Singapore, show satellite-tagged marlin tracks from tournaments Down Under, report on the oil rig fishing expeditions out of Hong Kong, backed by Asia-wide Simpson Marine which offers big Vikings and nippy Barracudas, and suggest various other options to wet a line.
Two years ago, Holland’s top semi-custom, bluewater constructor Contest Yachts announced a design partnership with leading German studio judel/vrolijk & co. Their recently launched Contest 67CS proves just how shrewd a move this was.
Simpson Marine will join in the inaugural Phuket Rendezvous boat show, which will kick-start in style on the first week of January 2018. Being the largest exhibitor, remember to view the showcase and see what the brand has in store for future yacht owners
A really peachy motoryacht that bears all the hallmarks of Prestige’s never-ending development in the quest for perfection.