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by Fincantieri Yachts with Cor D. Rover

With a history of more than 200 years in the business and more than 7,000 vessels built, Fincantieri has always been a synonym for magnificent shipbuilding, from cruise ships and cruise ferries to military ships, commercial vessels and even luxury mega yachts. it follows

Baglietto 46M

by Baglietto with Francesco Paszkowski Design and Margherita Casprini

Baglietto is one of those names that evoke a long history of boats and ships of every kind – a 160-year history featuring a hugely varied range of vessels. It is a shipyard that, while committed to the constant development of the craft it produces, can never disregard the tradition that defines it. it follows

Admiral Regale 45 “Flying Dragon”

by Admiral – The Italian Sea Group, Admiral Centro Stile with Luca Dini Design and Gian Marco Campanino

The Italian Sea Group, which owns the Admiral brand, Admiral Sail, Tecnomar and Nuovi Cantieri Apuania, presented the world previews of four new yachts at the last Monaco Yacht Show, including the Admiral Regale 45 “Flying Dragon”. it follows

Atomic

by Sunrise Yachts with Studio Scanu, Karatas Yacht Design, Franck Darnet

We have previously had the pleasure and privilege of publishing a preview for the design of the Sunrise 45 in these pages, followed by the full portrait of the new motor yacht when she was launched before delivery to her Owner under the name Africa in 2009. it follows

Grace E

73 metres of eco-friendly technology by Picchiotti - Perini Navi Group with Philippe Briand/Vitruvius Ltd and Rémi Tessier

At the last Monaco Yacht Show we had the pleasure of visiting “Grace E”, a Vitruvius® series 73-metre yacht built by Picchiotti, part of the Perini Navi Group it follows

CRN 72M & 80M

by CRN with Francesco Paszkowski Design

CRN specialises in fully custom builds of steel and aluminium leisure vessels with lengths from 50 to 90 metres. it follows

Mondo Marine M57 Eidos

by Mondo Marine MC with Arrabito Naval Architects and Team for Design – by Enrico Gobbi

The work of the historic Italian shipyard is proceeding apace at its production facilities in Savona. Since its acquisition in 2013 by Alessandro Falciai and Roberto Zambrini, the yard has acquired prestigious new premises on Avenue des Ligures in Monte Carlo for the sales and marketing sections. it follows

Ketos 48 SS

by Rossinavi / Rossi Group with Arrabito Naval Architects and Team for Design – by Enrico Gobbi

Since its foundation in the 1970s, Rossinavi has progressively built up its experience in metal shipbuilding so that after more than 30 years in the business, the Italian shipyard enjoys an important position in the international luxury yachting market. Today, Rossinavi has a high level of technical specialisation in the exclusive custom build sector, with three production sites in Tuscany. it follows

Yara 44M

by ISA Yachts, Van Oossanen Naval Architects, Omega Architects

The year just ended was a year of furious activity for the ISA Yachts shipyard, both in terms of its commercial strategy and the repositioning of its brand on the international luxury yachting market, not to mention launch parties and delivery ceremonies. it follows

Columbus Sport Oceanic 70M

by Columbus Yachts / Palumbo Group with G. Vafiadis & Associates

Led by the family that founded it nearly half a century ago, the Palumbo Group has been – and remains – constantly active in the commercial vessel repair and conversion sector, and over three generations it has strengthened its position to become one of the leading companies in the central Mediterranean. it follows

Sarp 46M

by Sarp Yacht with Osman Tanju Kalaycioglu and Adam Lay Studio

Owned by a major joint venture between leading industrial groups, the Sarp Yacht shipyard offers its clientele a high level of quality in terms of both the construction of new vessels and the retrofitting of used vessels, thanks to the high level of specialisation of its technical workforce and the modern technology in use at its facilities. it follows

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