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Yachts in issue n° 29

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Quattroelle

by Lürssen with Nuvolari+Lenard design

Quattroelle: four ‘L’s in Italian is what the name is derived from – Love, Life, Liberty and Luxury. Quattro-ruote-motrici (4WD) wouldn’t have sounded quite so elegant but could equally have been used to describe this massive German engineered and built luxury ‘sports utility vessel’. it follows

Ocean Paradise

by Benetti Yachts – Azimuth / Benetti Group

Launched at the beginning of summer, Ocean Paradise is a 55-metre displacement yacht in steel and aluminium, based on Benetti’s tried and tested naval platform but enhanced with highly innovative features, particularly in terms of compartmentation, fittings, decoration and furnishings. it follows

My Secret

by Heesen Yachts with Bannenberg+Rowell Design and Omega Architects

A sense of humour was what I expected to see before even looking at My Secret’s interior, Dickie Bannenberg always having a twinkle in his eye and keeping ‘our industry’ in perspective. it follows

Monokini 44M

by Baglietto with Francesco Paszkowski and AM Yacht Design

After a history of nearly 160 years, the Baglietto shipyard is now going through very important changes. Since the beginning, the yard has been notable for the production of numerous working vessels, yachts, and military vessels that were highly successful but, most importantly, famed for their technical characteristics. it follows

Lady Genyr

by CRN Yachts / Ferretti Group with Studio Zuccon

With a majestic launch at the end of April this year, Lady Genyr is the eighth hull in the Navetta 43 composite displacement line produced by CRN, the Ferretti Group shipyard specialising in the construction of semi-custom mega yachts in composite and fully custom mega yachts in steel and aluminium, with lengths from 40 to 90 metres. it follows

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