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Yachts in issue n° 37

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Vanitas

by Fincantieri Yachts with Andrea Vallicelli Design

Fincantieri Yachts, Fincantieri’s specialist division for the design and construction of magnificent luxury yachts in high tensile steel and light aluminium alloy, undoubtedly has a well deserved position as one of the leading lights of the super yacht and mega yacht construction industry on the world stage. it follows

Tankoa S501

by Tankoa Yachts with Francesco Paszkowski and Massimo Visibelli

On the multifaceted world stage of luxury yachting, the most exclusive specialist sector in shipbuilding, Tankoa Yachts has chosen the unusual role of a builder with a multi-cultural approach, successfully integrating a wealth of advantageous principles. it follows

Sarp 58M

by Sarp Yacht with Taka Yacht Design, Osman Tanju Kalaycıoglu and Adam Lay Studio

With its modern facilities occupying more than 10,000 m2 in the Antalya Free Zone on the south coast of Turkey, the Sarp Yacht shipyard specialises in new builds and refits. it follows

CCN Explorer Phileas 35M

by CCN-Cerri Cantieri Navali with Andrea Vallicelli & C.

A wind of change is blowing for CCN-Cerri Cantieri Navali this year. In 2011, the shipyard became part of the Gavio Group through a strategic acquisition, and consequently now benefits from the management and coordination achieved in synergy with the historic Baglietto shipyard, which is also part of the same strong investment group. it follows

Perseus^3

by Perini Navi

Perseus^3 is the second hull in the 60-m sailing yacht series produced by the Perini Navi Group, to be followed by a third hull that has already been sold and will be launched in 2017, and a fourth currently under construction on spec. it follows

Onika

by Delta Marine Industries

In issue 32 of Yacht Première, we published some initial preview information on Onika, a project then under construction. it follows

CRN Oceansport

by CRN Shipyard with Omega Architects

More than 50 years have passed since Italian shipyard CRN began building yachts, and CRN remains one of the world’s leading manufacturers of 40-plus-metre mega yachts today. it follows

Nono

by Admiral | The Italian Sea Group with Luca Dini Design and Gian Marco Campanino Design

Nono, a super motor yacht with a semi displacement hull, two decks and a raised pilothouse, was launched last year. it follows

Mondomarine M40 Explorer

by Mondomarine, Cantieri Navali Campanella, Sergio Cutolo – HydroTec, Umberto Fossati – Fossati Design Bureau

The renewal of Mondomarine – in progress since 2013 – is continuing in line with the strategic programme devised by the Italian brand’s new management. it follows

Mangusta 132

by Overmarine Group | Mangusta with Stefano Righini

Overmarine Group will once again be present on the exclusive international boat show circuit this year, first at the Cannes Yachting Festival then at the Monaco Yacht Show, and as ever the shipyard will be one of the leading lights in the upmarket luxury sector. it follows

Kismet

by Lürssen with Espen Øino and Reymond Langton Design

The German shipyard Lürssen launched the 95-m Kismet in autumn last year for a client who already owned a yacht by the shipyard. it follows

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