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  • ARETI
  • CRN 74m CLOUD 9
  • CODECASA VINTAGE 43m C
  • LINEA 90 M
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Yachts in issue n° 13

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Tò-Kalòn

by Burger Boat Company, Cor D Rover and Donald Blount & Associates

Created to fulfil a specific concept based on certain key priorities laid out in the Owner’s brief, this swift, luxurious “pocket superyacht” is compact on the outside yet spacious on the inside. Passengers will find themselves as comfortable as at home, in elegant surroundings inspired by classical, traditional styling. it follows

Slojo

by Delta Marine and Tom Stringer Design Partners

The joy of sailing the seas and exploring deserted beaches, avoiding crowded ports in favour of less travelled routes, enjoying the destinations and the journey itself. The interiors, designed by Tom Stringer Design of Chicago, convey this existential feel, capturing its essence in contemporary design with a casual elegance that stand out from the stifling boredom of monotony. it follows

Pershing 108’

by Pershing and Ital Projects

Almost a quarter of a century on from when it was founded by the brilliant, courageous Tilli Antonelli (who is still the company President), Pershing remains a world leader in the open motor yacht sector. The yard’s prestigious position, which bears out the quality of Italian shipbuilding, was further bolstered around a decade ago when it joined the powerful Ferretti Group. it follows

Paris-a

by Fipa Italiana Yachts

A bold, modern looking yacht with visually striking sinuous lines and soft forms. Graceful curves and soft rounded forms continue on the inside, providing a motif for the yacht’s interiors, which are designed to resemble a modern home, creating a warm, welcoming atmosphere on board. it follows

Madsummer

by Lürssen Yachts, Espen Øino Naval Architects and Alberto Pinto

A high tech yet visually appealing superyacht with harmonious forms and an eye-catching colour scheme. The hull is painted a baby blue colour typically used for smaller sized sports hulls, setting Madsummer apart from other yachts as a marvellous “toy”. A very personal yacht, she conveys serenity and privacy, along with a youthful, sociable spirit. it follows

Eminence

by Abeking & Rasmussen and Reymond Langton Design

This superb five-deck superyacht is a divine accomplishment for German shipbuilding: colossally imposing and with a majestic, sculptural beauty, she is the perfect flagship for the height of contemporary luxury. She gracefully took to the water like a fascinating mythical creature: heroic, formidable and utterly sublime. it follows

Emelina

by Cantieri Navali Codecasa

Return to the distinctive lines for which Codecasa creations are known – classic and traditional while at once modern and contemporary, with stunning, pure white shining all over. Inside, the owners wanted the ambience and décor to be inspired by the beauty of classical Italian art. it follows

Celestial Hope

by Heesen Yachts, Omega Architects and Intarya

Rational technology and visual beauty. Inside, an elegant style that masterfully blends classic and modern, with luxurious finishes and rich ornamentation; unusual pieces of furniture are combined to sophisticated effect with other furnishings and works of art; fabrics are picked from a bright colour palette. it follows

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