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Winch is one of the most iconic names in superyacht design. There is always a sense of anticipation and intrigue whenever Winch Design is attached to a project, and never a doubt that the finished product will fulfil the studio’s ethos for beauty and uniqueness. Winch’s Yacht Studio has been established for over thirty-five years, and in that time has never found itself short of fresh ideas to push the boundaries of design. Here, we take a look at some of the upcoming custom superyacht projects by Winch Design…
Damen Yachting has released a ‘new look’ SeaXplorer 77 design from its range of crossover luxury explorers.
A new Top100 superyacht has been confirmed. Winch Design’s 100m Project Titanium will be built by Admiral Yachts having been signed by Imperial. Titanium sets new standards in her range with an impressive exterior and interior design devised by the esteemed Winch Design studio.
Outfitting has commenced on the first hull of the Amels 60 superyacht. The hull has arrived at Damen Yachting’s outfitting yard in the Netherlands and is on track for delivery in spring 2022. The Amels 60 is the first of three Espen Øino-designed yachts now under construction at Amels.
The construction of Heesen’s 67m Project Sparta began on 19th October after the keel-laying ceremony, the Dutch shipyard announced.
The latest jewel in the Burgess sales fleet crown is the 91.5m Oceanco-built Tranquility. Delivered in 2014, the Dutch flagship accommodates up to 22 guests and comes lavishly equipped with a spacious beach club, beauty salon, massage room, hammam and plunge pool - and has been listed at an asking price of EUR 149,900,000.
Winch Design studio is a true master of its craft. For yachting and design enthusiasts alike, first glimpses of impeccably styled Winch interiors are nothing short of an aesthetic feast. Now, as the studio affords us a first look at Hull No.1 of the upcoming Amels 60, it is clear Winch has once again lived up to expectations.
The last time we updated our readers on the 2020 agenda at Winch Design, the year ahead seemed full of promise - from projects such as Heesen’s stealthy 67m Project Sparta to the ultra-private 77m Black Shark in-build at Nobiskrug. Now a month into working remotely, an update from the prosperous London studio has once again proven the strength of this design house’s enduring excellence, even in the face of such an unprecedented global challenge.
What happens when you combine a forward-thinking English design studio with the might of a leading Dutch shipyard? The partnership between Winch Design and Heesen Yachts is flourishing, and there is plenty to look forward to in the future…
America’s reputation as a leading destination for new construction and refit is nothing novel to the yachting industry. Superyachts.com spoke with Burger Boat Company, whose proficiency in an array of areas spanning from new build to refit and maintenance is redefining America’s reputation in the global yachting industry. Ron Cleveringa, Vice President Sales & Marketing at Burger Boat Company, took the time to speak with us about a yard with its very own unique heritage and wealth of experience, and how it is spearheading America’s efforts within the world stage of yachting.
As the long month of January is coming to an end, with it marking the completion of the first month of 2020, we at Superyachts.com are due a catch-up on the latest at renowned British design studio Winch – now celebrating their 35th year of craftsmanship.
Eastwind Yachts has been announced as Sales Central Agent for the 85m Lurssen yacht ACE, which is listed for a figure of €145,000,000. Ace has been joined on the market by 67.15m support vessel Garcon, which is asking for €27,000,000.
For Dutch yacht-builder Heesen, 2020 is on scheduled to be a monumental year of launches. Over 13 yachts with a total of 731 linear metres in length are currently under construction at the Oss-based shipyard, and some long-awaited projects will hit the waters this year, one of those being the shipyard’s largest to date.
2019 has been a year that has broken records for many of the industry’s most prestigious brokerages. From well-known classics to exciting new designs, we take a look at some of the standout sales completed during the year, including the fastest megayacht sale and the first to fly a Chinese flag.