The super-luxe 73.5-metre
superyacht Sapphire launched by Germany’s Nobiskrug last year has been listed for sale via Edmiston for $110 million.
The elegant steel displacement yacht with sleek exterior lines courtesy of Newcruise Yacht Projects of Hamburg is a pleasure craft fit for a
billionaire with luxurious accommodation for 12 guests in six cabins along with 8 crew, with an emphasis on spaciousness throughout the well-appointed interior.
A hydraulically-retractable touch and go helipad on the aft deck provides the owner and friends a stylish way to arrive on board.
After four thrilling days of exclusive parties, glamourous entertainment and intense networking, the
Hainan Rendez-Vous 2011 ended last Monday leaving no doubt about its status as the region’s leading yacht show.
uperyacht show, which also incorporates a business jet exhibit and displays of luxury properties and high-end brands, once again drew crowds of China’s most affluent individuals to Sanya city in the ‘Chinese Riviera’ of Hainan Island.
This year’s edition had twice as many exhibitors as last year’s Hainan Rendez-Vous, and generated several billion RMB worth of transactions.
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The 73.5-metre Silver Zwei, the world’s fastest long-range
superyacht built by Hanseatic Marine, has been listed for sale via Burgess for €59 million.
Krass actually established Hanseatic in Australia specifically to build the sleek yacht to his exacting specifications.
Silver Zwei claims to be the fastest long distance cruising yacht in the world with trans-Atlantic range at 22 knots.
Turkey-based Dream Ship Victory (DSV) has signed a contract to begin new 141-meter
sailing superyacht, destined to become the world’s largest.
Now a construction schedule is slated to begin this summer with a five-year build plan, making for a launch date of 2016.
Naval architects Dykstra & Partners and Ken Freivokh Design collaborated with DSV’s Valeriy Stepanenko on the Art Deco-inspired all-wood
yacht. Continue reading
Steven Spielberg was recently spotted in
St. Barth’s and St. Maarten aboard his new toy, the 86-metre Oceanco superyacht Seven Seas.
Featuring naval architecture by Azure and an interior design scheme by Nuvolari & Lenard, the ship was launched by the Dutch shipbuilder a few months back.
Said to have cost about $200 million, the yacht features an
infinity pool with a 15-ft. glass wall that doubles as a movie screen. Continue reading
LVMH acquired UK-based yacht builder Princess Yachts in 2008 and they are now entering the superyacht sector with the launch of the first of their M class vessels.
The first model in the series, the 32M, was unveiled at the London Boat Show in January 2011. It is also the first craft truly worthy of the world-class LVMH imprimatur.
For the yacht’s debut the company brought in some of its other brands, including
Fendi, De Beers and Moet to demonstrate the glamour of the new range. Continue reading
Teodorín Obiang, the son of Equatorial Guinea’s dictator of 30 years commissioned plans to build a
superyacht costing $380 million.
According to Timeslive, it’s nearly three times what the country spends on health and education each year.
German company Kusch Yachts has been asked to build the yacht, housing a cinema, restaurant, bar and swimming pool, though construction has not yet started.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has purchased a 53m superyacht valued at approximately $42 million as a venue to host world leaders in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The Kremlin bought the boat last year, the Guardian reports. The explorer type
superyacht, which is presently called Leo Fun, will be renamed as yacht Sirius.
The yacht was built by Proteksan-Turquoise and Turquoise Yacht Construction for an Italian businessman and launched back in 2009.
superyacht builder Pershing has launched a new hull in its flagship 115’ range with all the bells and whistles plus a gut-busting engine upgrade.
Fitted with twin diesel MTUs delivering a total of 7,400 hp together with the applied thrust of the two Kamewa Rolls-Royce water-jet propellers, the standard model has an impressive maximum velocity of about 38 knots.
The new 115’ features an additional Vericor TF50 gas turbine, typically used in the aeronautical sector, with a central water-jet propeller producing an additional 5,100 hp, for a total top speed of 52 knots.
Michael White of the Ocean Independence has listed the 70 metre Reverie for sale with an asking price of $75,000,000.
Massive volume and interior space, as well as huge deck areas set her apart. The
luxury superyacht has been meticulously maintained and sensibly upgraded.
The magnificent Reverie has very versatile accommodation for between 18 and 24 guests in 8 cabins with a further two staff or guest cabins.
Google’s billionaire cofounder Larry Page just bought a $45 million
superyacht called Senses from a New Zealand business man named Sir Douglas Myers.
The stylish 194-ft. expedition superyacht was designed by Kusch Yachts and built back in 1999 at Germany’s Schweers yard with a refit in 2010.
The superyacht features interiors by design genius
Philippe Starck with accommodation for 10 guests and 14 crew over six decks. Continue reading
The sailing superyacht Elettra, built by
Perini Navi in 1987 for the personal use of the firm’s founder, Fabio Perini is now on sale for €2.3 million.
The 24.4 metre craft was one of the first ever built by the shipyard, which ushered in a new era of elegance for large yachts that could still be handled by a small crew.
Petite compared with Perini’s greatest achievement, the
Maltese Falcon, Elettra can more than hold her own at the annual Perini Navi Cup in Sardinia. Continue reading
After a year-long delay, Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich finally took delivery of the
world’s largest and most expensive yacht, the Eclipse.
The “gigayacht” measures anywhere from 533 ft. to 557 ft. (depending on reports), and is the world’s largest privately owned yacht.
The cost of the behemoth has also been variously reported as $500 million – $1 billion. It is the world’s most expensive
private yacht either. Continue reading
At $600,000 per week the 60 metre
Lürssen superyacht Solemates designed by the great Espen Oeino is one of the world’s most exclusive charter craft.
It’s also one of the most cutting edge thanks to a new system that lets guests control various functions via an iPad.
Don’t happen to own one? Not a problem – the captain hands each guest their own iPad when they step aboard.
When it comes to the world’s most expensive yacht charters, it’s hard to top Camper & Nicholsons‘ superyacht Moonlight II (ex
At $900,000 per week she costs more for seven days at sea than most yachts pull down for a whole month.
At 85.3 metres she also ranks as one of the world’s largest
charter yachts, with a steel hull and superstructure with aluminum deckhouses. Continue reading
For $1 million per month you can now
charter the world’s coolest superyacht, the 164-ft. Exuma built by Perini Navi, in the South Pacific.
Exuma, the first motor yacht from the world-famous builder of the Maltese Falcon, and can accommodate ten guests in five luxurious staterooms.
The aluminum-hulled Exuma is the first model in the Picchiotti Vitruvius series, a collaboration between Perini Navi, Vitruvius Ltd. and architect Philippe Briand.
that once belonged to Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is on the market again following a failed attempt to sell it for $30 million in 2008. superyacht
The boat is back in Iraqi waters after the country won a legal battle with Jordan over its ownership last year. It has since been to Greece to undergo renovations.
The 82m (270ft) Ocean Breeze is equipped with swimming pools, an operating theatre, a helipad and an escape tunnel leading to a submarine.
The Aviation and Superyacht division of Pure-Sang, in cooperation with Glass-Deco International, introduced its latest luxury vehicle.
“The Beluga: Emperor of the Seven Seas” earned the title of “Best New Super Yacht Concept” at last monthâ€™s
. Monaco boat show 2010
The Beluga’s transparancy creates an exeptional loft-feeling, with all the luxury of a hotel. The routing in the boat tooks is inspiration from the fairytales of Moby- Dick & Pinochio.
UK-based design consultancy Claydon Reeves has unveiled an 80m superyacht christened â€˜Remoraâ€™ at the 2010
. Monaco Yacht Show
The sleek craft is characterized by a narrow plumb bow, highly resolved, dynamic, taut surfaces and concave glass angling to its tapering stern.
The elaborate structure of the sundeck is a nod to Spanish Modernisme architect Antonio Gaudi and an indication of Claydon Reevesâ€™ aesthetic ambitions.
Heesen Yachts announced the sale of a new, revolutionary 65-metre all-aluminium motor yacht based on the Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF).
Developed by Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen & Associates, the Heesen 6500 FDHF is an innovative concept that increases the overall performance of the
Tank tests have shown that in comparison with traditional hard chine and round bilge hulls, FDHF improves the efficiency of the vessel by around 30%.