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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.
KRM Refit & Repair has announced it will be undertaking an extensive refit project on the 36m classic Oceanco, M/Y Miami Blues.
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.
A number of superyachts have migrated to the South Pacific region where travel exemptions for superyachts, along with remarkably low cases of Covid-19, have created a promising safe haven. Over the past few weeks, entry to Australia has been negotiated for 11 vessels, with further applications inbound and the potential of a South Pacific Bubble bodes well for prospects of travel.
Renowned design partners Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard have revealed the fruit of their studio’s recent work, a project to extend sustainability to the iconic water taxis of Venice. The luxury Venetian water taxi aims to contribute to the preservation of Venice’s history city, where the studio is based.
The Dubai International Boat Show has announced new dates in November, amidst recent concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus.
Every new year begins with the optimism of resolutions and promises, so many of those involving commitments to better health and fitness. Many of those, if you are at all like me, are also ‘forgotten’ about by the second week of January. To ensure that this year these resolutions are fulfilled, we take a look at some of the best wellness superyachts on the charter market.
This week we heard of a significant price reduction by Cecil Wright on one of the most exceptional superyachts on the world market; the 52.8m Oceanco M/Y Sunrise.
When in-construction projects shrouded in secrecy are announced, the industry awaits some of the most exciting, eagerly anticipated vessels to be launched. Superyachts.com list some of the most exciting new-build contracts announced this 2019, as we await the masterpiece vessels in the making...
Year after year the superyacht industry celebrates the launch of bigger, bolder and better designs. 2019 has been a phenomenal year for giga yacht launches, with shipyards delivering the next generation of Top100 superyachts.
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.
Dutch shipyard Oceanco’s year has been very much spearheaded by the deliveries of Bravo Eugenia and Top 100 superyacht DreAMboat. On the first day of the Monaco Yacht Show, Oceanco’s Marketing Manager, Paris Baloumis, spoke to Superyachts.com about sustaining Oceanco’s elite reputation and their yachts on display this week.
On the eve of the Monaco Yacht Show takes place the annual MYS Inaugural Gala, a glamorous affair of champagne, canapes and the creme de la creme of the yachting world. The jury have cast their votes, but the industry at large will have to wait until next Wednesday to find out which four superyachts out of the 125 cruising into Port Hercules have taken the crown.
The world’s largest yacht show is just around the corner! There are countless things to do over the four action-packed days of Monaco Yacht Show, but the biggest boats in show are a must-see. Superyachts.com have compiled a list of the largest yachts to be cruising into Port Hercules this year...