Sanlorenzo, one of Italy's oldest and most respected builders, was not exaggerating when it launched the SL 100 NEW in late 2009. Virtually everything is new about this performance yacht.
Bertram's new 80-foot flagship, which will debut in early summer 2010, was designed as a go-anywhere battlewagon that will work in a variety of climates.
Bertram's 511, launched at the Miami boat show in February 2010, has an edgier look than previous Bertrams, with a sharper forefoot, full wraparound windshield, and wave-piercing hull.
Launched in late 2009, Bliss is another techy sailing yacht from Yachting Developments. The beautiful black sloop, with an Ed Dubois-designed hull, was built for comfort and speed.
British motor yachts tend to be built for rough weather, and while Fairline’s Squadron 65 is certainly an intrepid design, it’s not a button-down boat.
Trinity's Blind Date, launched in summer 2009, is based on the Louisiana builder's popular 160-foot series.
Riela is the seventh of Perini Navi’s popular 56-meter series, designed by Ron Holland for the Italian shipyard.
The 450 Sundancer, released in late 2009, has the same lines and hardtop that the Sea Ray line is known for, but it also comes with a new Axius propulsion system.
Azimut's Leonardo 100, launched in September 2009, lives up to its namesake by being talented in multiple areas.
The Predator series became the über-Predator with the launch of the 130-foot Evil Zana in September 2009.
Launched in 2009, Katya looks like a sleek motor yacht, but it is designed to cross oceans.
Wally continues to break design parameters with its 55 Power, launched in September 2009. It follows a similar design of the Wally 118, with its minimalist styling.
Blind Date is arguably one of the most impressive yachts by Dutch builder Heesen Yachts.
The 160-foot Odessa, launched in the summer of 2009, was a milestone for Christensen Yachts.
The yacht’s interior, styled by the Nuvolari-Lenard design house and Alberto Pinto, evokes the sea with furniture details that resemble pieces of staghorn coral.
The Overmarine Mangusta 165 Open sits at the top of the Mangusta line, whose range begins at 72 feet, and has the same sleek, sexy styling as her smaller siblings.
The $10.8 million Serenity, the first vessel in the Lazzara 116 series, is an extended version of the Lazzara 110, with a longer swim platform and updated styling.
Benetti has decided to modernize its entire Class series, but instead of simply updating certain elements, it intends to introduce five new models over the next three years.
The Tradition 105 is the second of the new Benetti Class series that will be launched in summer 2010.
Trident built by the Royal Van Lent shipyard in 2009, was the 800th yacht from the storied yard. The interior and exterior were both designed by Donald Starkey.
Launched in June 2009, 197-foot Arkley combines a bright, contemporary interior by Mark Berryman, with a classical-looking exterior that features large social space and many water sports.
The navy hull of this 197-foot motor yacht has an aggressive warship appearance, but its white layered superstructure is that of a contemporary yacht.
Called the bestia or beast, this new red-hulled Magnum was launched in late 2009.
Vicem’s $2.6 million sportfisherman made its U.S. debut in February 2009.
Slipstream is the sister ship to Cloud 9 both of which were designed by Andrew Winch and share the same ship-like hull (though Slipstream's is black as opposed to Cl
Delivered in 2007, this 180-foot yacht is the fourth Trinity built for the same owner.
This motor yacht is powered by the innovative Volvo Penta IPS drives, the first major new propulsion system in the marine industry in more than a decade.
Many experts say this vessel represents the future of sailing yacht construction with its single, desk-size, push-button panel that controls all 25,800 square feet of material on the 15 sails—allo
This refitted 1965 vessel was completely gutted and relaunched in 2005 to take advantage of charter market trends toward supersize yachts for parties larger than 12 guests.
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.