• Benetti Settantasette
  • CRN 74m CLOUD 9
  • LINEA 90 M
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by Benetti Shipyard, Stefano Natucci and Studio Ipso

Yachting beneath the splendid Mediterranean sun, slipping gracefully over the waves with her marvellous decks designed for cruising in absolute privacy, Sunday is a vision of pure paradise that navigates the waters of mythology between the Ionian and Aegean islands, heralding her arrival in coastal ports with five horns, each with a different tone, created just for her. it follows

Lady Sheridan 190

by Abeking & Rasmussen and Donald Starkey Designs

In its first hundred years, the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard has paid great practical attention to the concrete problems involved in sailing the high seas, and sheer hard work has ensured that its boats, designed and built for safe sailing in all conditions, are all perfectly dependable. it follows

Kismet 223

by Lürssen Yachts, Espen Øino and Reymond Langton Design

Gesamtkunstwerke. A complicated, composite word in German, which has its origins in the cultural world of central Europe. It can be translated as something like “total work of art”, in other words a perfect creation that is aesthetically pleasing and technically complete. And Kismet is nothing if not that. it follows

Baltika 233

by Sevmash and H2 Yacht Design

Established in 1994, H2 Yacht Design specialises in the interior design and exterior styling of superyachts. CEO Johnny Horsfield and Senior Consultant Steve Howard share over 30 years of experience in the yacht industry during which time they have been involved in numerous superyacht projects. it follows


by Isa, Walter Franchini and Cristiano Gatto Design

There is a sort of fascination with the number “7″. Seven is the number that has marked this project from the very beginning: Acquamarina is the seventh unit of the fortunate series produced by the Isa shipyard, an acronym for International Shipyards Ancona. it follows

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