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…and the 110-foot semicustom yacht makes a big splash.
This 131-foot megayacht is sporty, speedy, and sophisticated…
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The 186-foot ketch Mondango3 will charter this summer…
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Escape to the Caribbean this winter aboard these Italian vessels…
The young Wales-based builder Pi Super Yachts recently unveiled its Dragonship 80 concept, an over-...
Photo by Alberto Cocchi
The 150-foot Benetti Panthera was launched late last year and recently unveiled to the press....
Family owned and operated for more than 140 years, the Chinese builder Cheoy Lee Shipyards has...
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The German megayacht builder Lürssen delivered Azzam, the largest privately owned yacht in the...
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AB Yachts, one of the shipyards of Italy’s Fipa Group, recently delivered a pair of sporty vessels...
Photo by Alberto Cocchi
Boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world descended on Fort Lauderdale last month for...
The renowned Dutch megayacht designers Frank Laupman and Perry van Oossanen, the naval architects...
Two years ago, Finland’s Nautor’s Swan replaced its venerable fiberglass-hulled Swan 82 sailing...
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Graceful, the latest yacht from the Hamburg shipyard Blohm + Voss, will arrive at the end of the...
In just nine years since its founding, Nisi Yachts has quickly risen to the forefront of the...
Photo by Marc Paris
The Turkish shipyard Vicem Yachts is one of the few major builders that still produce boats with...
Sunreef Yachts has unveiled the design concept for its latest custom megayacht, the 210-foot 210...
The Dutch yacht company Moonen Shipyards has teamed up with the all-star designer Nick Mezas to...
Photo by Jesús Renedo
Every year in late September, the Principality of Monaco—which, at just less than 500 acres, is the...
Zuccon Superyacht Design, the Italian yacht company, showed a 302-foot concept yacht at the Monaco...
Photo by Alberto Cocchi
The design plans for the Wider 32 (www.wider-yachts.it) show why the Italian company is considered...

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