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Heesen’s biggest ever steel displacement yacht due in 2021

Heesen’s biggest ever steel displacement yacht due in 2021

Heesen’s largest ever steel displacement yacht is currently in build and due for launch in 2021. Hull and superstructure were joined in October last year and the interior fit-out is substantially completed. At 60m overall, with a half-load displacement of

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Royal Huisman flagship nears delivery following sea trial completion 

Royal Huisman flagship nears delivery following sea trial completion 

 Sea Eagle II, the world’s largest aluminium sailing yacht, is due to be delivered next month following completion of sailing trials.    The 81m superyacht, which began construction in June 2017, was launched back in January, however due to the outbreak

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Nobiskrug launches hybrid superyacht that can operate in total silence

Nobiskrug launches hybrid superyacht that can operate in total silence

German shipbuilder, Nobiskrug, last week launched a 262ft hybrid superyacht that it claims is capable of operating in total silence. The vessel is hailed by its designer, Gregory C. Marshall, as Nobiskrug’s coolest project to date: “We are super excited

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Damen launches 55-metre yacht-support vessel Blue Ocean

Damen launches 55-metre yacht-support vessel Blue Ocean

Blue Ocean’s after deck is big enough to accommodate a float plane and several large tenders. Damen has launched its latest superyacht-support vessel – the 55-metre Blue Ocean – at its shipyard in Antalya, in Turkey’s southern Mediterranean region. A

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Pocket superyacht CROSSOVER 27 aims to solve ‘an industry wide problem’

Pocket superyacht CROSSOVER 27 aims to solve ‘an industry wide problem’

The newest project by Lynx Yachts, CROSSOVER 27, true to its name is a pocket-superyacht aiming to meet the requirements of active superyachting by merging the capabilities of a support vessel and explorer yacht. The yacht is due for delivery

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Tankoa and Camper & Nicholsons announce sale of third S501 hull

Tankoa and Camper & Nicholsons announce sale of third S501 hull

Tankoa Yachts has sold its S501 hull with the assistance of Fernando Nicholson of Camper & Nicholsons. Built on speculation, S501 is the third hull in the Genoan shipyard’s all-aluminium 50-metre series designed by Francesco Paszkowski and is due to

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OceanXplorer : A superyacht built to research

OceanXplorer : A superyacht built to research

The 87.1m superyacht-cum-research-vessel, OceanXplorer, has been relaunched from Damen’s shipyard based in Gorinchem, Netherlands following a two-year refit. She was built in 2010 at the Freire shipyard in Spain and spent her life until now as a deep-sea survey vessel

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Sunreef Yachts’ new partnership: Own a floating installation

Sunreef Yachts’ new partnership: Own a floating installation

Sunreef Yachts has announced a partnership with Miami-based artist, Alexander Mijares, whose first piece, adorning a 70 Sunreef Power catamaran, is currently up for sale. The yacht with a fully wrapped hull, entitled Pieces of Me, was displayed at last

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Solar yacht capable of limitless sailing with zero emissions

Solar yacht capable of limitless sailing with zero emissions

Two catamarans, the Serenity 64 and 74, are on trend for the 2020s. Sustainability is driving change almost everywhere you look and the superyachting industry is no different. Grand Cayman-based Serenity Yachts just unveiled two newly designed solar-powered catamarans at

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Bilgin launches Turkey’s largest and greenest yacht to date

Bilgin launches Turkey’s largest and greenest yacht to date

The largest superyacht ever built by a Turkish shipyard has been launched by Bilgin Yachts from the West Istanbul Marina. The launch is the first in the 80-metre Bilgin 263 series, with another two hulls planned for delivery in 2021.

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