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by Moonen Shipyards with Diana Yacht Design, René van der Velden Yacht Design and Nauta Yacht Design

In the wide range of motor yachts produced by renowned Dutch shipyard Moonen, the Caribbean Line developed by Moonen in association with two famed design firms based in the Netherlands plays a strategically important role. it follows

Maiora 42 M Royale

by Maiora with Quartostile Italian Design

Maiora, the well-known Italian brand with AB Yachts and Cbi Navi, made the strategic decision some time ago to renew and expand its product range, which comprised a dozen models available in different versions and lengths ranging from 20 metres/65 feet to 43 metres/141 feet. In developing this comprehensive innovation aimed at improving the brand’s product range on the market, it follows

Baglietto 55 M V-Line

by Baglietto with Santa Maria Magnolfi

Baglietto’s period of intense activity continues – the historic Italian brand with its distinctive seagull logo
is now fully engaged in relaunching the shipyard from both an organisational and a product development point of view. it follows

CRN 62 M

by CRN with Nuvolari Lenard

Activity continues at an unrelenting pace at the CRN shipyard, the historic Italian brand part of the Ferretti Group, specialising in fully custom steel
and aluminium leisure vessels builds in an extensive range of sizes from 40 to over 100 metres. it follows

ISA 67 M GranTurismo

by ISA Yachts and Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design

After recently acquisition, ISA Yachts is now beginning a new era, glittering with new synergies that combine with the growing skills accumulated by the Ancona-based shipyard in its relatively brief history. As Giuseppe Palumbo, CEO ISA Yachts, says about the identity of ISA Yachts it follows

Turquoise 81 M Vitruvius

by Turquoise Yachts with Vitruvius Design | Philippe Briand and Michela Reverberi Design

Following the events of last year, further important events are in the pipeline for this year and the years to come for the Turquoise shipyard based in Istanbul, Turkey. it follows

Giaola Lu

by Bilgin Yachts with Unique Yacht Design and H2 Yacht Design

The new Bilgin 155, a finalist at the World Superyacht Awards 2017, was delivered to her Mexican owner in July last year bearing the name Giaola Lu, before her official presentation to the international public at the exclusive Monaco Yacht Show. it follows

Mangusta 165 “Da Vinci”

by Overmarine Group, with Stefano Righini and Maxine Tissenbaum

“Da Vinci” is the eleventh version of the Mangusta 165 produced by the Italian Overmarine shipyard, where every new construction is a story in itself, because although based on a well-established naval architecture, each one is still a custom-built yacht. it follows


by Abeking & Rasmussen with Espen Oeino and Christian Liaigre

Cloudbreak, the motor yacht built by Abeking & Rasmussen which appeared on public display for the first time last year, flawlessly embodies the design philosophy that a cohesive form should logically follow from functional purpose. it follows

Nanoparticles for Large Yachts

The unbearable lightness of technology

For this issue, we wanted to once again offer our readers at least two innovations that we might find on the yachts of tomorrow. Two or more products, two or more ideas – in short, our aim is to go in search of the embodiment of cutting-edge innovation and originality on a yacht. it follows

Monaco Yacht Show 2017

September Morn... charming moments at the Monaco Yacht Show

Yacht clubs, boat owners, buyers, representatives from leading shipyards and a wide range of attendees will once again be present at this year’s edition of the prestigious exhibition held in Monaco. it follows

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