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Responsible for some of the most iconic exterior and interiors on the water, Reymond Langton Design have been collaborating with pioneering shipyards for a whole decade. Founded in 2001, 2021 marks an extraordinary moment for the design house; with a portfolio equally as impressive year on year.
The finalised list of speakers and topics at the Monaco Yacht Summit 2021 was announced this week. The list comprises a panel of industry experts from yacht designers to brokers. We take a look at the industry names that are involved.
Renowned design studio Nuvolari Lenard has unveiled a 100m sailing yacht concept in Venice, signalling a return to sustainable sailing in emphatic fashion. VENTO restores the eco-sustainable and naturally environmentally friendly character of wind-powered sailing, even with its incredible size.
The 127m sailing yacht in-build at Oceanco and known as Y721 reportedly belongs to Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and world’s richest man.
Born from a first-time collaboration between Oceanco and Italian design studio Pininfarina, the game-changing new concept KAIROS has been unveiled. Built on Oceanco’s NXT platform of sustainability and innovation, KAIROS aims to advance the onboard experience and connectivity to the sea to new extremes.
The A Group is one of those select names in superyacht design synonymous with a long-held tradition of world-class craftsmanship. But what is its secret to staying on top? In an exclusive new video produced and edited by Superyachts.com, we unveil the fully developed 80m Comete project. With a nod to The A Group’s unique roots in construction expertise, take a closer look at how this world famous design studio has adapted to the future generation.
Boutique brokerage Cecil Wright & Partners proudly announced the sale of 52.8m Oceanco SUNRISE earlier today. Listed at an asking price of €14,500,000, Cecil Wright and Merle Wood represented the seller and Hans Van Doornmalen of Edmisten introduced the buyer and the buyer's representative Martyn Worms of Camberley International.
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.
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…
The iconic 106.7m superyacht Black Pearl has been dubbed the greenest and most technologically advanced sailing yacht in the world, not to mention the largest. We caught up with Black Pearl’s Captain Justin Christou to hear more about the innovative features and practices of the yacht justifying this title, and the remarkable benchmark she is serving to the yachting industry and beyond.
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.
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.
109m superyacht Y720 is the latest project to near its launch from esteemed Dutch shipyard Oceanco, completing the first phase of her construction at Oceanco’s newly acquired construction & refit facilities. With the first stage completed on schedule and under enhanced safety restrictions, she now heads up river to Alblasserdam to start on her outfitting.