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Prince Shark Evo

by Rossinavi, Arrabito Naval Architects and Enrico Gobbi | Team For Design

In the prestigious lounges of the most exclusive yachting clubs, Taransay, the yacht launched and delivered last year by Rossinavi, is still spoken of very highly, and undoubtedly will be for a long time to come. it follows

Seastar Navetta 100’

by Gaia Yachting and Arrabito Naval Architects

In recent years, developments in yachting have seen growing interest in boats with generous space alongside better and better navigation performance. it follows

Mangusta GranSport 48

by Alberto Mancini | AM Design for Overmarine Group

In every sector, there are products that need no introduction because they flawlessly represent the very essence of that particular type of product, becoming so powerfully symbolic that they act as a kind of benchmark for the market and attain iconic status with clients. it follows

150 Power

by Sunreef Yachts

Towards the end of last year, Sunreef Yachts, the Polish shipyard specialising in the design and construction of multihull sailing and motor vessels, presented a preview of its new concept project: the 150 Sunreef Power. it follows

Ottantacinque

by Fincantieri Yachts with Pininfarina Group

Yes, they’ve done it again. Yet again the people at Fincantieri Yachts have achieved something really substantial and made headlines at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show, that exclusive setting for truly magnificent occasions. it follows

Radiance

by Nobiskrug with Claydon Reeves

Monte Carlo! A privileged location for a great many years, chosen for exclusive jet set parties and extravagant VIP celebrations, not to mention the most famous Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit in the world, which winds its way among the Principality’s grand, luxurious residences and has provided an outstanding setting for the impossible adventures of unstoppable cinematic secret agents. it follows

Serenity

by Mondomarine with Designers Luca Vallebona and Fatema Almaidan – SFL Design

When Serenity was presented to the public in early 2014 at the Dubai International Boat Show, she was still just a scale model lighting up the display at the Mondomarine stand. it follows

ROCK.IT

by Feadship with De Voogt and Sander Sinot

During the period between her launch in August 2014 and her debut in November 2015 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, only a handful of the Owner’s lucky guests had the privilege of experiencing ROCK.IT in person. it follows

Irimari

by Sunrise Yachts with Unique Yacht Design, Espen Øino International, Focus Yacht Design

When Yacht Première published the preview of the new Sunrise 63 M project in issue 27 in April 2013, the first hull was known only by project code 632, and was being built alongside a sister ship. it follows

RoMEA

by Abeking & Rasmussen with Terence Disdale Design

When RoMEA was spotted approaching the entrance to Port Hercules in Monte Carlo last year, just in time to take the starring role on the stage of the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show, a lot of people may have breathed a deep sigh of relief. it follows

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