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Yachts in issue n° 39

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Turquoise 47M

by Turquoise Yachts with H2 Design

Proteksan Turquoise was created in 1997 following the merger of Proteksan Yachts and Turquoise Yacht Construction, two of the leading shipbuilders in the sector. it follows

Wider 165

by Wider, Fulvio De Simoni and Wider Engineering & Associates

Since its beginnings in 2010, Italian shipyard Wider has astounded observers with entirely unprecedented projects, but its founder Tilli Antonelli could hardly have failed to make an impact given his past history in shipbuilding. it follows

Alida

by Heesen Yachts with Van Oossanen, Omega Architects and Bannenberg & Rowell

Heesen Yachts is constructing a new 55 m/180 foot Motor Yacht currently available on the market. With the shipyard’s meticulous timing, development is going strictly to schedule for her potential owner. it follows

CCN 35M

by CCN – Cerri Cantieri Navali with Design Studio Spadolini

A real “renaissance” has been taking place at Cerri Cantieri Navali for some time now, beginning in 2011 when the shipyard became part of the Gavio Group, alongside the historic Baglietto brand. it follows

M50 Aria

by Mondomarine MC with Vafiadis & Associates

We take a courteous, unobtrusive look around the Savona facilities of Mondomarine, where we find four luxury motor yachts in different stages of construction. it follows

Pachamama

by Baglietto with Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini

In 2014, Italian shipyard Baglietto celebrated its 160th birthday with a big event in the Naval Hall of the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, the culmination of a long history in which it has progressively come to specialise in the construction of luxury mega yachts in and all aluminium. it follows

Gazzella

by Cantieri Navali Codecasa

As the proverb has it, every morning in Africa a gazelle wakes up and knows it must run faster than the lion if it wants to survive. it follows

Atlante

by CRN with Nuvolari Lenard and Gilles & Boissier

Atlante: an unconventional vessel that deserves an unconventional approach. it follows

Suerte

by Tankoa Yachts with Vincenzo Ruggiero, Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini

With the flawless, elegant bright white of her monochrome livery, the brand new yacht Suerte had a serene official debut against the exclusive high society backdrop of the prestigious Monaco Yacht Show 2015. it follows

Navetta 42

by Custom Line | Ferretti Group with Zuccon International Project

Custom Line, the famed, well-established Italian shipyard that has since its foundation been part of the Ferretti Group alongside other internationally famous brands like CRN, Riva, Pershing, Itama, Mochi Craft and of course Ferretti Yachts, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. it follows

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