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Yachts in issue n° 14

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Trident

by Feadship – Royal Van Lent, De Voogt and Donald Starkey

An attractive blend of sophistication and refined detailing, reflecting the elegant, up-to-the-moment taste of today’s prestigious luxury sector. A unique, impressive creation that is utterly original and gives the Owner the privilege of possessing a precious, one-off piece. it follows

Sunrise 47

by Sunrise Yachts, Espen Øino International, Brilliant Boats Ltd. and Franck Darnet Design

Last year Sunrise Yachts finally celebrated the launch and delivery of its motor yacht Africa, the first unit from the Sunrise 45 series, with hull number 0181. The vessel had been previewed while under construction in a comprehensive article, along with renders, published two years ago in issue number 7 of Yacht Première. it follows

Odessa

by Christensen Shipyards

Born in the United States of America and made for the international luxury market. A motor yacht with elegant, modern exteriors and with interiors featuring simple lines in a minimal, contemporary style. Her technical design is as faultless as her aesthetics, for an ideal home on the water, custom-made for her Owner. it follows

My Petra

by Heesen Yachts and Omega Architects

From the legendary waters of the North Sea to the mythical Mediterranean. The latest technological masterpiece in aluminium, made by Heesen Yachts, designed and built with superior Dutch quality. A new yacht, launched in Holland and delivered in Malta, the natural setting for beautiful Goddesses and valiant Knights. it follows

Custom Line 124’

by Ferretti Custom Line, Studio Zuccon International Project and AYT

Last September the Italian yard Custom Line attended, as usual, the four prestigious international boat shows that take place each autumn. it follows

Blue Eyes

by CRN, CRN Engineering, Zuccon International Project and Fabrizio Smania S.p.A.

Hazy impressions of exotic voyages to Asia; a Far Eastern feel set against a richly evocative backdrop of enchanted memories expressed through the sumptuous interior décor. An atmosphere pervaded by colours and references to ancient Chinese art, blended wonderfully with a leitmotif of marine flora and fauna. it follows

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