• Nautor launches new Swan 115 flagship at Monaco...

    A year after the debut of their first superyacht, the Swan 105, Nautor returned to the Monaco Yacht Show last week with a yacht even larger. The first Swan 115, the dark blue-hulled Solleone, represents a key part of the Finnish company’s grand plan to extend its range in both directions.

  • Sunrise Yachts On The Space, Style &...

    Sunrise Yachts launched the 63.15m superyacht Irimari earlier this year, and this week she is sitting amongst some of the world’s finest yachts in Port Hercules for the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show.

  • The Azimut Benetti Group Goes Big and Launches...

    One of the largest private boatbuilders in the world, the Azimut Benetti Group proved Goliath at the Cannes Yachting Festival earlier this month, launching three new yachts during the weeklong exhibition: Azimut Magellano 66, Azimut 72, and Benetti Vivace 125' Ironman. Not content to rest on over 40 years worth of laurels, the company—with founder Paolo Vitelli still at the helm—continues to manufacture over 40 different yachts and megayachts, a prodigious level of production made possible with six shipyards divided between Italy and Brazil. 

  • Still Water Runs Deep to Cuba as First Legal U.S...

    In the first week of August, Numarine’s 78-foot Flybridge M/Y Still Water, became the first chartered yacht cruising under the American flag to legally enter Cuba since the U.S. trade embargo was levied on the island nation in the early Sixties. 


Crescent Yachts preparing for launch of 43m Crescent 145

Canadian shipyard Crescent Custom Yachts recently moved its 43 metre Crescent 145 superyacht out from under cover for the first time since construction on the project was restarted at the end of last year following the announcement that the shipyard was acquired by original founder Jack Charles’ grandson, Tim Charles.