Graceful, the latest yacht from the Hamburg shipyard Blohm + Voss, will arrive at the end of the year, boasting an indoor pool that measures nearly 50 feet by 10 feet and
In just nine years since its founding, Nisi Yachts has quickly risen to the forefront of the maritime design world, thanks largely to the trademark angular lines of models such as
The Turkish shipyard Vicem Yachts is one of the few major builders that still produce boats with hulls made entirely from mahogany.
Sunreef Yachts has unveiled the design concept for its latest custom megayacht, the 210-foot 210 Power Trimaran.
The Dutch yacht company Moonen Shipyards has teamed up with the all-star designer Nick Mezas to create a series of smaller motor yachts ranging from 59 to 79 feet.
Zuccon Superyacht Design, the Italian yacht company, showed a 302-foot concept yacht at the Monaco Yacht Show last month with a steel hull and aluminum construction.
The German shipyard Lürssen—which will deliver the world’s largest privately owned yacht, the 591-foot Azzam, this fall—continues to impress with its newest build.
Wajer & Wajer, the Dutch builder of sophisticated weekend cruisers and tenders, has launched its new flagship, the Osprey 38.
The Turkish yacht builder RMK Marine and the acclaimed Italian design firm Hot Labs Yacht & Design have unveiled details on the much-anticipated RMK 5000 Explorer concept.
The Italian shipyard Fipa Group, producer of AB Yachts, specializes in open-style, water-jet-powered yachts, and the AB 140 is the most recent example of the brand’s flagship.
Hodgdon Yachts, the East Boothbay, Maine, shipyard famed for its megayacht tenders, recently took the wraps off its inaugural hybrid-electric-propulsion model.
The Top Deck 63 is the brainchild of Luiz De Basto, and while it started as a concept project, it is now a series yacht under construction at Spain’s Astondoa shipyard.
The 203-foot Sea Owl, built by Feadship’s Royal Van Lent shipyard and designed by Andrew Winch, features a head-turning green hull.
It is tradition for yachts to be christened with a bottle of Champagne, but sometimes owners add a little more to the ceremony.
The Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts has launched the third hull in its 163-foot (50-meter) semi-displacement series.
With the launch of its latest catamaran, the Turkish brand Curvelle, in conjunction with the Curvelle-Logos shipyard, proves that two legs are better than one.
Saying that Cigarette knows something about performance boats is like saying that Jackson Pollock was somewhat familiar with paint.
Chris-Crafts have long held classic appeal, so it is no surprise to see the famed U.S.
Outer Reef is lauded for its long-range, semicustom motoryachts that can handle varying conditions, and the new 720 Deluxbridge continues the tradition.
The 151-foot, trideck Le Caprice V is the first Vicem Vulcan 46 (www.vicemyacht.com), and it was the inaugural lau
Construction of Trinity Yachts’ 164-foot Lady Sura was delayed when the commissioning client decided to make some changes to the configuration and specs.
Vicem Yachts is renowned for its Down East–style cruisers made from cold-molded wood and epoxy.
At 120 feet, the semicustom Canados 120 (www.canados.com) is the largest yacht from the 60-plus-year-old Italian shi
Typically in the yachting world, convertible refers to a boat intended for both fishing and cruising.
Feadship has launched a sleek, minimalist 256-foot (78.2-meter) all-aluminum, fully custom motor yacht named Venus from its yard in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands.
While many of today’s shipbuilders are more frequently employing composite materials, Serbian shipyard Art of Kinetik, founded in 2007, continues producing boats from wood.
Already with an eye toward an even larger custom Moonen yacht, the happy owner of Sofia recently celebrated the launch of his 138-foot (42-meter) fully custom motor yacht
It has been a busy year for Netherlands-based Heesen Yachts, which launched two boats in July—the 115-foot (35-meter) Galactica Plus and the 154-foot (47-meter) My Se
Alloy Yachts’ latest launch, the 154-foot (47-meter) motor yacht Loretta Anne, has emerged from the New Zealand shipyard after 25 months of construction and was delivered
With its flexible flybridge and countless other customizable features, the Azimut 45 (+39.011.93.161, www.azimu