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Australian custom superyacht builder Echo Yachts has announced the signing of a new 56m Catamaran Support Vessel, an evolution of the award-winning Charley.
Superyacht concepts come in many shapes and sizes - some outlandish, some garish, each often seeking to outstrive the other in size, amenities and performance. The latest concept unveiled by Spanish design studio Iddes Yachts is in a class of its own, and at a relatively modest length of 55 metres, puts forth a new concept of adventure while staying true to the basic tenets of exploration practicality.
Proudly waving the flag for British design talent on the global stage, Bannenberg & Rowell Design has dominated the field of superyacht design for two decades. Recently making headlines as Lurssen’s Project Hawaii nears delivery, we thought a catch up with the busy pair to be long overdue.
Winch Design studio is a true master of its craft. For yachting and design enthusiasts alike, first glimpses of impeccably styled Winch interiors are nothing short of an aesthetic feast. Now, as the studio affords us a first look at Hull No.1 of the upcoming Amels 60, it is clear Winch has once again lived up to expectations.
London-based design studio Bannenberg & Rowell has released Project Echo HSV, a Humanitarian Support Vessel developed in collaboration with Australian custom superyacht builder Echo Yachts. The 50-metre project injects style into the sphere of support vessels, while remaining suited to challenging missions to remote areas of the world.
The launch of 87m Project Hawaii from Lurssen’s highly secretive Bremen shipyard in January this year caused quite a stir, as the German shipbuilding giants were quick to claim the first Top 100 launch of 2020. This morning we provide an update on Hawaii’s journey to delivery, as the exceptional superyacht has begun sea trials in the Baltic Sea.