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Columbus Yachts have unveiled the Columbus Classic 50, its brand-new displacement superyacht from the Columbus Classic series. The 50-metre superyacht features a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, and at under 500 GT she offers the elegance of the Classic series in a smaller category.
Palumbo Superyachts has issued an operations update which will come as reassuring news for clients and all those associated with the group.
In September Superyachts.com reprised its role at the Breaking News Centre studio at the Monaco Yacht Show, welcoming the biggest names in the industry to share their insights on a whirlwind year. Always a great opportunity to gauge performance and highlight developing trends, we look back on the main event from this year’s superyacht calendar.
ISA Yachts has announced that a contract has been signed for the construction of a 45m Gran Turismo, the second unit to be sold within a matter of months. The superyacht is scheduled to be delivered to its European client by summer 2021.
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.
As September approaches, there is a buzz permeating the yachting world that can only mean one thing: Monaco Yacht Show is just around the corner. 2019’s edition of the world-famous event is set to be bigger and better than ever, with more boats flocking to the stunning Mediterranean principality than ever before. Here is what we know so far about this year’s standout fleet:
The largest superyacht of the ISA Classic range is well on course for its scheduled delivery in spring 2021. The 65 metre yacht saw daylight as she was transported out of her welding shed to begin work on her outfitting.
Every September, the crème de la crème of the world superyacht fleet have only one destination in mind: the Monaco Yacht Show. For four action-packed days, one of the world’s tiniest countries hosts the largest global gathering of superyachts.
Back in March, Superyachts.com reported on the successful launch of Columbus Yachts, brand of Palumbo Superyachts, largest yacht to date, M/Y Dragon. Weeks later, new imagery, video and further information about the brand’s new flagship have emerged. We take a closer look at the 80m built in just 27 months.
The launch of 80m Dragon back in March marked the start of Columbus Yachts’ venture into the realm of giga yachts. Yesterday, the Palumbo Group subsidiary’s enterprise into this segment of the industry was confirmed with the announcement of a new 120m project.
Last week, the Palumbo Superyachts facility in Ancona launched a brand new 80m. The Columbus Classic superyacht, christened M/Y Dragon, touched down on the ocean for the very first time during a ceremony attended by shipyard staff, team members and a hoard of international press.
Scheduled for delivery in spring 2019, construction of the Columbus 80-metre motoryacht at Palumbo Superyachts is underway at its shipyard facilities in Ancona, Italy.
Taking place after the reveal of the impressive 80-metre superyacht project, Palumbo Superyachts has announced the brand-new sale of a 50-metre motor yacht under the Columbus Yachts flag. This elegantly styled, contemporary motor yacht is the result of a Luca Dini design and a repeat owner looking to cruise the world in complete comfort.
From Italian chic to cutting-edge explorers, 2017 has been a year of teasers from design studios and shipyards previewing the latest superyachts to enter construction and head toward the water in coming years. In the light of a closing year, we take a look at the new projects we can’t wait to see next year, and beyond.