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Ocean Alexander 120′

by Ocean Alexander, Christensen Shipyards, Evan K. Marshall/Usonia V

Over more than three decades of business, Ocean Alexander Marine Corporate has built up a strong reputation and made a name for itself in the international luxury yacht sector. The company was set up in Asia and has always been run by the same family dynasty ever since it was founded. it follows

Katya

by Delta Marine, Delta Design Group and Jean Claude Canestrelli

A151-foot motor yacht designed to celebrate the timeless values of classic style, while at the same time boasting the last word in sophisticated technology. A modern, functional motor yacht, but above all one that positively exudes beauty: starting with her elegant exterior, and her clean, fluid styling. it follows

Imagination yacht

by Benetti Yachts, Stefano Natucci and Franois Zuretti

Benetti has been a well-established player on the yacht building market since 1873 and is a great example of Italian excellence in the most exclusive segment of the luxury yachting sector. For proof of this one need look no further than its creations, which are nothing less than masterpieces. it follows

Arkley

by Lurssen Yacht, Espen Oeino and Mark Berryman

Contemporary elegance, luxury, and a fresh youthful feeling: these are the unforgettable sensations you will feel on boarding Arkley, the new 197′ yacht launched last June by Lurssen Yacht. Espen Oeino, the Exterior Designer, has successfully created a voluminous yacht that not only satisfies all the Owner’s requirements but also maintains traditionally elegant lines together with innovative aspects. it follows

Amels 199′

by Amels, Tim Heywood, Nuvolari & Lenard

The prestigious Dutch shipyard Amels launched its first ship back in 1918. After a long history, which has brought it international renown, since 1991 the yard has been part of the colossal family-owned Damen Shipyards Group, which comprises 33 shipyards around the world has 6.700 employees and 1.4 billion euro turnover. it follows

Africa

by Sunrise Yachts, Studio Paolo Scanu, Karatas Yacht Design and Franck Darnet Design

With its first vessel, this yard gave proof of its excellent quality, just as its founders wanted. Confirmation of this is the impressive
solidity of construction and perfect finish of the interiors of this
first yacht, which far exceeded the expectations of her discerning
and knowledgeable Owner. it follows

Streamline

by Mondomarine, Cor D. Rover, Frederic Mechiche and Luca Dini

Odern, sleek styling for a dynamic, sporty look that is unusual for a displacement motor yacht. A strong, contemporary image that manages to be both sharp and soft at the same time, with an impressive overall presence and remarkably details in the paintwork. it follows

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