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  1. Ghost is a lightweight, high-performance yacht the metallic-gray hull paint of which is unique on the world’s waters. Vitters Shipyard says that Ghost is the most challenging lightweight composite...
  2. Rumored to be the fastest Perini Navi ever launched, Parsifal III is also unique in terms of styling, with a contemporary interior that includes movable circular seating in the main salon.
  3. This yacht is an update of the 44-foot Midnight Lace from the late 1970s, a creation that helped designer Tom Fexas become a household name in the marine industry. Inside Information: Sadly, Fexas...
  4. Built as a sister ship to the identical Annaliesse , this yacht is the only one of the two still available for charter today. Inside Information: It’s reported that Alysia can command as high as $840...
  5. This sister ship to the fast Perinis, Burrasca and Santa Maria , Rosehearty is expected to achieve the same 16 knots under sail that each of those yachts boasts—and perhaps more, since she is home to...
  6. An existing hull was used as the basis for this motor yacht, which was built and delivered in just two years—incredibly fast for a custom project of this size. Inside Information: The owner decided...
  7. There’s an unusual feature onboard this yacht: an indoor/outdoor bar on the main deck that should make both the owners and charter guests happy in any weather condition. Inside Information: This...
  8. As of its launch in 2006, Aristarchos was the largest ever built by Nautor’s Swan. Its maximum speed is 14 knots under power, and it moves well under sail too, thanks to a mainsail that’s some 1,500...
  9. Ice was created to have as little environmental impact as possible on its cruising grounds, with minimal exhaust emissions, hull vibrations, and sound projections that would otherwise bother guests...
  10. This is one of two yachts the American owners built simultaneously, with Linda Lou in Germany and the 157-foot Lady Linda in the United States.