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2021 looks set to be one of the most fruitful years yet for the Top 100 world’s largest yachts. We take a look at the largest yachts set to launch over the next 12 months, with exciting entries from the world’s best known names in large yachting.
Though 2020 certainly threw some challenges at the shipyards, they responded with adaptive and innovative measures to ensure projects have remained on schedule for delivery. There have been some outstanding additions to the Top100 fleet of world’s largest superyachts in 2020, with many more to be edging their way out of construction sheds in the near future.
2020 is drawing to a close, and to say it has been an eventful year would be an understatement. We took a look at our most read articles of 2020 for a quick reminder of the most impactful updates in the last year of yachting...
Heading into a new year, it will be interesting to see how the superyacht brokerage market responds to the disruptive year that was 2020. Burgess CEO Jonathan Beckett said earlier in 2020 that he expected high-quality superyachts to enter onto the brokerage market as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The world-leading brokerage firm has a number of renowned Top100 superyachts in its superyacht fleet, and here we take a look at a few of the largest superyachts which could find new owners in 2021…
Some incredible superyachts have been launched over the course of 2020, with innovative and efficient solutions to contemporary issues becoming more and more a central consideration in the design process. This shift in focus has not hindered the industry’s flair for developing sublime timeless designs. Here we take a look at some of the best exterior profiles of 2020…
As another year draws to a close, we look back on the last year in large yachting. In spite of the turbulence of 2020, the world’s largest superyacht builders have not rested on their laurels. Instead, we welcomed some iconic new Top 100 mega yachts into the global superyacht fleet.
Superyacht refit is an ever-growing sector of the yachting industry, and despite the turbulence of 2020, this year has been no exception. From new paint jobs to full conversion projects, here is Superyachts.com’s pick of the five best refit projects of 2020...
On the topic of superyacht sustainability, it is important that the world’s largest shipyards champion the approach of leading from the front. This is exactly the stance pioneered by Lurssen Yachts, producer of more Top 100 superyachts than any other shipbuilder in the world, who has just announced its partnership with the ‘50 Sustainability Climate Leaders’ project.
Burgess has launched the superyacht industry’s answer to a winter sale, and it is quite the temptation for those looking to their next dream-like escape. A far cry from the shopping mall warzones of Black Friday, Burgess is offering the “Most Luxurious Sale Ever” with a discount of 25% on a selection of high-quality charter yachts.
For over 25 years, Vikal International has led the way in delivering bespoke, full-custom tenders for the largest superyachts in the world. The Perth-based manufacturer has entrenched its position at the top end of the tender market with unique and often daring designs that bring an Owner’s imagination to life. Lynden Vikingur, Director of Vikal International, speaks about how an unwavering commitment to innovation has established Vikal as a premier brand favoured by Owners of large category superyachts.
Following an extensive refit at Lurssen’s Blohm + Voss facilities in Hamburg, the 110m superyacht formerly named Jubilee has emerged. KAOS marks Lurssen’s largest refit project to date, commencing at the end of March 2019, and involving modifications to her interior and exterior.
A new interactive talk show hosted by Lürssen will launch on 29th September 2020. The first episode, entitled ‘The Right Size Matters’, will be dedicated to understanding how to find the right size of bespoke Lürssen for the individual client.
September 2020 has been a month quite unlike any in previous years for the superyacht industry. The absence of the Monaco Yacht Show, which should have been celebrating its 30th edition, has left many of us craving our annual dosage of September sunshine, crowded docks, and most importantly, giant superyachts. Fortunately, German shipbuilder Lurssen (responsible for building a good portion of the largest superyachts in the world) is here to provide a distraction - in the form of a mini yacht exhibition.
The most highly anticipated superyacht of the year, and arguably even longer, has begun her first sea trials.