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Royal Huisman is to build a new 46m high-performance cruiser sloop. The Nauta Reichel Pugh 151 superyacht has been described as a ‘versatile sailing yacht’ and will be used both for cruising the world and competing in regattas.
In honour of the Oscars last weekend, we decided to conduct an awards ceremony of our own. The results are in… Here are the best, weirdest and most wonderful superyachts to top their categories:
To kick off 2019, we are thinking about the largest yachts currently on the water. Superyachts.com present the definitive shortlist for 2019's biggest boats...
Ancona-based shipyard Cantiere delle Marche (CdM) has had a successful few months, having sold Aurelia 29, Project MG 129 and Explorer 40.22 in just under seven months. CdM has also announced that it has finalised a contract for the construction of a new Darwin 112 superyacht for a repeat client.
Southern Wind Shipyard (SWS) has announced the signing of a contract for the construction of the new RP-Nauta 100’ custom yacht, a 30.4-metre sailing yacht commissioned by an experienced yachtsman.
The Cantiere delle Marche-built world explorer Hyhmä was created in the pursuit of raw quality while travelling the Northwest Passage. The Nauta Air 111’ (33.9-metre) superyacht has now returned to the yard in Ancona, Italy before it heads back out across the globe; offering us the chance to take a look at just one of CdM’s up and coming adventure fleet.
During the 2016 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Oceanco revealed its latest design, the 102m/ 334ft Project Spectrum, a spectacular new scale model conceived by Nauta Design and Oceanco.
Nauta Yachts has provided us with the latest design revolution surrounding high-tech sailing. The newly unveiled Reichel Pugh Nauta Baltic 130’ is the largest sailing yacht ever designed by Nauta Design and the fourth co-operation with Baltic Yachts.
It was today announced by Nauta Yachts – the designers behind the largest yacht in the world - that Azzam has recently left the Lürssen facilities in Bremen to begin her maiden voyage.
When you are responsible for building the world’s largest yacht, it is always likely to become a career defining project, but while Nauta Yachts remain immensely proud of their achievement, their sights are set firmly on future glories.
After the tremendous impact on the market of superyacht Azzam (measuring 180m and offering 94,000 hp and a max speed of 30 knots) which dominated the Top 100 Yachts, Nauta Design has released a new stunning 165m superyacht project.
Since the 180-metre Azzam launched last year, in the process becoming the world’s largest yacht, most of the attention has been on its sheer size.
Lürssen has today announced the official delivery of Azzam. Measuring 180 metres, this incredible example of marine engineering is ranked as the world’s largest yacht.
The world’s largest yacht launched earlier this year and changed the face of the superyacht industry. Azzam is not only the world’s largest, but an incredibly fast yacht with a sleek design which is incredible for a yacht of 180m. We caught up with her designer Mario Pedol, President of Nauta Yachts, to find out how this project came to be.
After the launch of the 180m superyacht Azzam last week, designers of what is now the largest yacht in the world commented on the incredible milestone and working with the revered Lürssen shipyard.