Luxury-yachts

Luxury-yachts

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The Superyacht Cup in Palma is attracting some of the finest sailing yachts in the world. All the leading yacht designers and top shipyards will be represented in the fleet of up to 60 yachts and Wally will have 5 of their individually unique performance cruising yachts taking part. The latest entries to confirm this week are Tiketitan, Dark Shadow, J One and Open Season and the latest Wally, Y3K which is launching this week will also be heading to Palma. Wally is the world-leading (...)
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The vitaminized lines of Couach 195 FLY reveal with the first glance the ambitions of this unit located at the border between the high-speed motorboats at fly and the yachts. On a 63.64 ft. long hull comes to be posed a roof with the elegant and dynamic lines, accentuated by the prolongation of the back of the fly plumb with the cockpit. This one is protected by the projection from the fly and has superb proportions. A generous bench moulded against out of U shelters the retractable (...)
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Be one of the first to see some brand new boat models in the U.K. plus come and hear exciting news from Moody Yachts. Premier Yacht Sales and Peters Opal are pleased to invite you to the Premier Debut Weekend at Swanwick Marina from the 5th - 7th May. The weekend is set to be an Elan Extravaganza with the UK launch of two new models. The Elan 410 from the Performance Range replaces the Elan 40 in a similar style to the Elan 340 with light interior, lines concealed under the coach roof and (...)
Source: www.premieryachtsales.co.uk
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The new 100-feet sloop Y3K was launched during a private ceremony. This Y3K is a direct development of the successful and highly awarded 94-feet Y3K, that was recently sold and re-named Angle’s share by her new owners. The new Y3K combines the lines of German Frers with the Wally technologies and style that made the first Y3K a reference point in her size range. To further improve the performance of her predecessor, she will feature the PBO rigging and the keel with trim tab. While (...)
Source: www.wally.com
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The Oyster 49, designed by Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Team, is a natural successor to the successful Holman & Pye designed Oyster 485 and offers a slightly smaller alternative to the Oyster 53. From the design view point the Oyster 49 has been fully optimised, incorporating all the lessons learnt with the Oyster 56 and Oyster 53 projects that preceded her. This is not to say the 49 is simply a scaled down Oyster 53, since she is subtly different in design and character. One (...)
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The 170 ft. sloop Kokomo and 134 ft. motoryacht Como have both been selected as finalists for the Boat International 2007 World Superyacht Awards. The prestigious awards ceremony will be held at a Gala Evening in the palatial surroundings of the Fondazione Cini in Venice on the 27th April 2007.
Source: www.alloyyachts.com
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The 170 ft. ketch Mondango is currently under construction. This is the fifth yacht over 170 ft. built by Alloy Yachts. She has a beam of 33.5 ft., draws 16.1 ft. and a displacement of 771,617 lbs. The yacht is being built to Lloyds Classification and will comply with the Large Commercial Yacht Code LY2. The design from Dubois Naval Architects details a high performance aluminium ketch which represents a world luxury cruising yacht with the ability to stay operational for extended (...)
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The first 95’ built in 2000 Maya Ray has now covered over 120,000 miles of ocean, demonstrating to perfection the fantastic performance and comfort that are the trademarks of any boat built at the yard founded by Willy Persico in 1991. the second 95’ built in 2005 is Dharma. "At the beginning, I really only wanted to build two boats, one for myself and one for a friend," says Persico. "But once I got started, I improved the technology, moving from fiberglass to composites to (...)
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The vision behind the development of the newly built 157 ft. luxury yacht, Hanse Explorer, was to train professional seamen, including officers, engineers and chefs, whilst simultaneously offering up to 12 passengers the opportunity to experience a very different kind of luxury adventure, allowing the passengers to participate as much as they wish in day-to-day life on board a luxury yacht – from ship navigation and itinerary planning to learning how to make soup in a Beaufort 12! Ship (...)
Source: oceanstar.de
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An ideal partnership of form and function, forged in a collaboration between Grand Banks and Sparkman & Stephens. Both companies have long and distinguished histories of building yachts of exceptional quality, seaworthiness, strength, comfort, and safety. The 59 Aleutian RP is a stunning product of these legacies. Below the waterline the 59RP has a modified deep-V hull that is tank-tested and optimized to its speed range, with propeller tunnels to minimize draft without sacrificing (...)

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