Dubai-based Gulf Craft, in conjunction with its exclusive dealer, Australian Superyachts, recently premiered the Majesty 100 M/Y Oneworld at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, in Australia.
The most innovative brand in the yachting industry makes its debut in the Center Console segment. EVO CC redefines the outboard engines daycruiser category and completes the shipyard’s range of 43-foot open models, without betraying their unmistakable style. Its distinctive features include the outboard engines, the central driving console, and a series of original design solutions to ensure the utmost comfort on board, not least the new convertible sun lounger.
After releasing the first exterior images of the 80 Sunreef Power, Sunreef Yachts reveals an exclusive look at the yacht’s interiors. The new power catamaran’s dynamic hull and superstructure stretch the living spaces to the extreme, offering infinite options for a bespoke layout and décor.
Basrah Breeze was built in 1981 by Danish shipyard Helsingor Vaerft for then president of Iraq Saddam Hussein and was launched as Qadissiyat Saddam (the name is a reference to a 7th century battle in which Arabs triumphed over Persia). The yacht's current captain - Hussein Ghazi Khalifa said the cost of yacht at that time was $25 million, but now it would cost approximately $100 million to build such a superyacht.
CRN wins the prestigious World Superyacht Awards 2018 with 60-metre motor yacht Constance, receiving the Voyager’s Award for the most spectacular cruising itinerary created in 2017. Organized by the editorial group Boat International Media in the elegant Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, the event celebrates the excellence of the nautical world, involving owners and personalities of international yachting.
Led by four-time defending world champion Alex Carella, Dubai’s Victory Team stayed confident of an all-out assault for the opening round of the 2018 UIM F1H2O World Championship in Portimao, Portugal.
The new Truly Classic 127 sailing yacht Atalante has today left her construction hall at Claasen Shipyards in the Netherlands, with the mast and rigging process currently underway. As she came into full view, the glamorous lines by Hoek Naval Architects became clear for all to see.
A Florida yacht dealer has plans to build a 656-foot "gigayacht" that would be the world's largest private pleasure craft.
As if superyachts weren't audacious and expensive enough already. Sure, today's top of the range vessels may come with cinemas, swimming pools, helipads, spas, gymnasiums and supplementary submarines.
Operators of foreign-flagged “super yachts” are expected to soon be allowed to get chartering licences to sail in Thai waters.