The Magellan 76, presented at Genoa International Boat Show 2012, comes from an evolution of the Magellano 74, the first model in the Collection of modern and sophisticated long range Azimut Yachts, which in 2009 wanted to once again renew the offer market. The design goals behind the Magellano models are autonomy, the maximum cruising comfort even at low speeds and the freedom to go at higher speeds when necessary.
In summary, the reinterpretation of traditional Italian trawler boats. The Magellano 76, compared to the previous 74, becomes even more versatile in use of the spaces on board. It keeps the atmosphere warm and welcoming of a family boat and at the same time offers the possibility of having on board a large aft area with two crew cabins, galley and laundry area.
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Our passion for building the best-performing, most enduring and alluring boats has reached new heights with the 55SX: New heights of luxury in a restyled, dual-stateroom layout with large master and equally spacious VIP cabin. New heights of style, from her powered sunroof down to a granite-topped galley. Of comfort, with more seating, a large bar and entertainment center, and a separate raised dinette. And power, with engine options up to twin 1,015 hp diesels and top speeds over 30 knots.
Built on the acclaimed Eastbay Series hull designed by C.R. Hunt Associates, the 55 Eastbay is available as an enclosed-salon ’SX’ model and now as as a flybridge-topped ’FB’ model.
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Princess Yachts is preparing to restore the Project 31, the company’s very first model as part of its 50th anniversary celebration.
The occasion couldn’t have come at a better time for the company, which is earmarking its golden anniversary with a plethora of celebrations, none more important, it turns out, than bringing back to life the model that literally launched the company’s name into the high seas.
￼The historic project will include taking out parts from the original hull design of the boat and sending them to the company’s facility in Plymouth, UK, where engineers will take the helm in repairing, repainting, and reconditioning these parts to give them a modern twist.
Princess Yachts’ interior design team, Princess Design Studio, will also play a big role in the reconstruction of the Project 31 as it will create what the company describes as a “nostalgic interior concept” that pays tribute to the original interior of the iconic boat while mixing it splashes of modern materials, giving it a refreshed ambience fit for today’s style.
The company has yet to announce its plans for the Project 31 once the restoration project concludes. No exhibitions have been scheduled at the moment, but considering the lengths Princess Yachts is taking to bring its first-ever boat back to life, the company will likely schedule a public display at some point in the year.
What good would a 50th anniversary celebration be without showing everyone what you did with your first-ever boat.
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Acquafilms, of Antigua and Barbuda, is to produce the official film of the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta 2007 after major success of their efforts in 2006. Film makers Roddy Grimes-Graeme and Iain McGlashan are two very talented individuals with 24 years of combined experience in still photography, video and film making. They have a fresh and dynamic approach to film as you will witness here in the video clip preview of the 2006 regatta.
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Gipsy Moth IV will be sailing into Plymouth on Monday 28 May and to Cowes 3 June, exactly 40 years to the day since Sir Francis Chichester returned from his record breaking voyage, to mark the completion of her second circumnavigation of the globe.
After an extensive restoration driven by UKSA, Yachting Monthly and the Maritime Trust, and many other supporters, Gipsy Moth IV set sail on a second circumnavigation of the globe with the Blue Water Rally in September 2005, providing over 80 (...)
Once, hundreds of sailing schooners carried lumber to San Francisco from Washington, Oregon, and the California Redwood Coast. Built in 1895, C.A. Thayer was once part of that mighty Pacific Coast fleet. Today, she is a rare survivor from the days when strong canvas sails billowed over tall deck loads of freshly-milled fir and redwood.
De Vrouwe Christina was built by the De Vries Shipyards of Aalsmeer, Holland and partner of the Feadship group. Farley named the boat after his wife, Christina. The inside of de Vrouwe Christina had the same design as the described Nazi botter De Groote Beer, and all art works on the outside as well as at the inside were created by Anton Fortuin.
The Tall Ships Races in the Baltic this year has received its 100th vessel entrant with the registration of Cuautemoc, the Mexican Navy ship. The vessel will join the 99 other entrants to take part in just one of the two Tall Ships Races taking place this summer. The other Tall Ships Races will be held in the Mediterranean, which to date has 32 vessels registered, including 13 of the majestic Class A ships.
Sail Training International, the organizes of The Tall Ships Races, run two (...)
Imperia, the beautiful town at the Italian Riviera is set to host just another great yachting event. Designed to open the new season for all classic yachts with their owners and crews. Targeted towards the international yacht and charter broker as well as for classic yacht suppliers and owners of yachts, built in the "Spirit Of Tradition".