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Every year we see the industry’s greatest minds in design striving to innovate further and further; making more use of interior volume, creating greater connectivity to the sea, and flexing their ability to impress with design. As the year draws to a close, we bring you our favourite interiors of the past year...
Not long after we recently reported the sale of 75m Vallicelli design NB 69, Turquoise has hit another brokerage milestone as it announced the signing of 53 metre Tala. Under construction at the Turkish yard’s Kocaeli shipyard, Tala’s hull and superstructure have been completed and her interior work is well underway. With exterior styling by Miami-based studio DeBasto Designs and interiors by Johnny Horsfield’s H2 Yacht Design, the project promises to be an exceptional one.
The launch of 80m flagship Tatiana in February this year indisputably propelled Bilgin Yachts into a new dimension on the global superyachting stage. The first hull of the Bilgin 263 series, which made headlines as the largest superyacht to ever be built in Turkey, is now available for charter with brokerage firm IYC.
Bilgin Yachts have today announced the launch of the first hull of the Bilgin 263 series, which has proudly claimed the title of the largest yacht ever built in Turkey at 80 metres LOA. The launch of the Bilgin 263 marks cause for extreme celebration with the yard, and compounds Turkey’s growing reputation as a serious contender in the business of building superyachts.
With the Miami Yacht Show underway today, we turn our attention to one of the standout superyachts on display. Turquoise Yachts’ 72.6m Quantum of Solace is a modern icon and will inevitably be turning heads at the Show.
Dutch shipbuilding giants Feadship have until now remained very quiet about the construction of their latest fully custom project, dubbed Project 703. This week however, we were granted a construction update on the 75 metre superyacht, as the hull hit the water for the first time to mark her first official sighting out of her Aalsmeer construction hall. The attached video credits go to Tom Van Oossanen.
As construction continues on the world’s largest superyacht, REV Ocean, the team at Superyachts.com are on hand to provide our readers with all the latest details on the exceptional 182.6m vessel.
A rebranded H2 Yacht Design are celebrating 25 years in the industry at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show, and a full of life Jonny Horsfield visited the Breaking News Centre to spoke to Monica Walton in the Breaking News Centre to talk all things design.
Cannes Yachting Festival is just around the corner, kicking off next Tuesday 10 September and running until Sunday 15. Multitudes of the finest yachts in the world are currently flocking to Vieux Port and Port Canto, but the biggest in show always hold a certain appeal. Here are the some of the largest vessels to look out for at Cannes:
In one of the quickest ever listed to sold periods, Burgess has announced the sale of the 72.6m motor yacht Honor. Built in Turkey by Turquoise Yachts, Honor was listed with Burgess just over 2 weeks before she found an Owner.
With September fast approaching, anticipation for another Cannes Yachting Festival is building. Every year since 1977 the luxurious surrounding of the bay of Cannes has welcomed the most prestigious shipbuilders in this unique industry, kick-starting the yachting season in a flurry of show-stopping elegance.
If you are thinking of chartering this year, Burgess might just have the yacht for you. At 47.8m, the Kees Cornelissen build Va Bene is a perfect specimen for chartering - large enough for the luxe experience but small enough for intimacy.