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Benetti Settantasette

by Benetti with Fernando Romero

During the exclusive international Monaco Yacht Show 2017, alongside the many boats on display floating on the waters of Port Hercules in Montecarlo, the exhibition stands of the most well-regarded international luxury yachting brands gave previews of a range of new vessels being built at various shipyards and production sites. it follows

ARETI

by Lürssen with Winch Design

Areti is the latest 85-metre yacht from Lürssen, launched last July and known until her launch as Project Sasha. it follows

CRN 74m CLOUD 9

by CRN, with Andrew Winch and Zuccon International Project

Cloud 9, or Seventh Heaven – a sky reflected on the sea – from concept right up to the main features of a yacht you can live on for extended periods, for charter and business trips full of enjoyment and the utmost comfort, as the name suggests. it follows

LINEA 90 M

by Fincantieri Yachts, with Claydon & Reeves and March & White

It’s certainly not unusual to decide to take a relaxing stroll along a sunlit dock from time to time, and once there to perhaps encounter someone else and pass the time with no other end in view than simply spending a pleasant few minutes. it follows

BOLIDE

by Tankoa, with Ruggero S.r.l. And Exclusiva Design

This yacht takes its name from the Latin term for “falling star”, but despite this name the 72-m Bolide is shining new light in the industry thanks to the partnership between two Italian custom designers, Tankoa and Exclusiva Design. it follows

VSY 67 M EXPLORER

by VIAREGGIO SUPERYACHTS with Hot Lab

Hot Lab’s evolution of the explorer concept, presented at the most recent Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in the exhibition space of Italian shipyard Viareggio Superyachts, is known as the VSY 67 m Explorer. it follows

AVANTI 66m

by Heesen with Winch Design

Introduced at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show and presented in America at the recent Fort Lauderdale show, this new project from the Dutch shipyard Heesen was designed inside and out by the famous British designer Andrew Winch. it follows

ISA ALLOY 43 MY

by ISA Yachts with Luca Dini Design

ISA Yachts, an Adriatic company known for its cutting edge, high-quality yachts, has become part of the Palumbo Superyachts Division of the Palumbo Group, and is now in a position to take on the market with renewed vigour. it follows

RIVA 50 M

by Riva Superyachts Division with Officina Italiana Design

During the Monaco Yacht Show in 2014 the top management of the Ferretti Group announced the creation of the Riva Superyachts Division, and plans for a brand-new, exclusive, highly advanced production site at the Super Yacht Yard in Ancona it follows

Tech.In

Safety and Comfort

As we have discussed previously, technology on board yachts is primarily intended to meet requirements linked to safety and comfort. it follows

The point of view

‘Image Culture’ and Neo-Baroque Trends in Yacht Design

Following the austere atmosphere of the medieval period and as the desire for perfect harmony reflected in Renaissance forms began to wane, in the 16th century the wealthy and well-educated members of the European Courts who might seek and engage the assistance of artists and architects began to require new expressive solutions in the works they commissioned it follows

Tech.In

Technology and Security

When ocean-going yachts occasionally cross certain ‘hotspots’ where piracy and acts of terrorism have been known to occur, or even simply when sailing in dangerous waters, they may be exposed to certain potential risks. it follows

Perini 47 M

by Perini Navi

Italian shipyard Perini Navi, recognised as an undisputed world leader in the design and construction of sailing super yachts, recently presented the new design for a vessel with a length overall of 46.5 metres, equivalent to 152 feet 6 inches. it follows

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