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Princess Iolanthe 149

by Mondomarine, Sydac, Luca Dini and Jean Pierre Fantini

We might call it a classic of the new generation. A megayacht with slender lines that avoids extreme avant-gardism. The shipyard is right to say that “it isn’t easy to find something really out of the ordinary in Princess Iolanthe”. it follows

Planet 120’ Hard Top

by Versilcraft Shipyard with CLM and Studio Neri

For more than forty years, the Versilcraft yard has been a benchmark in the world of Italian nautical styling. Today, the Planet 120’ Hard Top is adding even greater lustre to this splendid tradition. The Versilcraft name has consistently embodied the best of the European shipbuilding scene. it follows

Lady Linda 157

by Trinity Yachts and Evan K. Marshall

Centrally located on the Gulf Coast of The United States, Trinity Yachts has earned its place as one of the world’s elite builders of custom super yachts with an emphasis on European quality, steel and aluminium constructions. it follows

Gliss 105

by Royal Huisman Shipyard with Philippe Briand and Pieter Beeldsnijder

The many sailboats produced by this great Dutch shipyard over its long history have always enjoyed an excellent reputation thanks to their great dependability and easy handling at sea. it follows

Calixas C 105

by Calixas and Gregory C. Marshall

Long time friends Montie Twining (accomplished entrepreneur) and Gregory C. Marshall (naval architect) had the ambitious idea of creating the next generation of full displacement, classed, contemporary expedition yachts-ocean voyagers with brawn to match their beauty. it follows

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