• Benetti Settantasette
  • CRN 74m CLOUD 9
  • LINEA 90 M
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Yachts in issue n° 25

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Lady Kathryn V

by Lürssen Yachts with Espen Øino Naval Architects, Adam Lay and Jack Fhillips

Soaring dynamically forward, there is no excessive aggressiveness in Lady Kathryn V’s curving lines. This vessel was created to sail and experience the sea in harmony with nature, offering the welcome of an opulent family home. The 61-m Lady Kathryn V showcases exterior design by Espen Øino, interiors by Adam Lay, decor by Jack Fhillips and construction by Lürssen Yachts. it follows


by Delta Marine

In spring this year, Seattle-based Delta Marine launched Arianna, the sixth motor yacht built by the US shipyard based on its extensively tested 50-metre platform. Designed for both tranquil cruising and voyages of discovery, it has a transoceanic range and can make crossings in complete safety. it follows

Darlings Danama

by CRN / Ferretti Group, Zuccon International, Cristina & Alexandre Negoescu

Commissioned from CRN by a European Owner, the fully custom mega yacht Darlings Danama bears the Italian shipyard’s hull number 130. This majestic leisure vessel, 60 metres in length, was built by CRN and embodies the special characteristics that have long distinguished the exclusive vessels created by the prestigious Ferretti Group brand. it follows

Loretta Anne

by Alloy Yachts with Ed Dubois Naval Architects and Donald Starkey Designs

Yacht Première has always published full portraits of the magnificent sailing ships built by Alloy Yachts with the greatest interest.
In this issue, however, it is the turn of an equally magnificent motor vessel by the New Zealand shipyard, led by Tony Hambrook, to be the subject of a full portrait. it follows


by Admiral Tecnomar Group

Midway through last year, in issue 20, Yacht Première previewed the design for the Tecnomar Nadara 45, more specifically the third hull, which was then under construction. In April this year, Ouranos, as the new motor yacht was named, was delivered on time to its lucky Owner who had earlier enthusiastically taken part in the final production phases, and was then highly satisfied with the vessel right from the first cruise, which began on the day of delivery. it follows

Papi Du Papi

by ISA Yachts with Andrea Vallicelli Design and Francesco Paszkowski Design

Built by Italian shipyard ISA – International Shipyards Ancona – in its tenth year in business, Papi Du Papi is a creation entirely made in Italy. Two famous Italian professional firms worked together on the design: Andrea Vallicelli Design for the exterior design and Francesco Paszkowski Design for the interior design. it follows

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