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As another year draws to a close, we look back on the last year in large yachting. In spite of the turbulence of 2020, the world’s largest superyacht builders have not rested on their laurels. Instead, we welcomed some iconic new Top 100 mega yachts into the global superyacht fleet.
The latest stunning superyacht project from Feadship has emerged from the shipyard’s facility in Amsterdam. 88.38m Project 816 has reached the final stages of her build process, and was seen leaving the construction hall ahead of her sea trials before her official launch in early 2021.
UAE-based shipbuilder Gulf Craft has announced the launch of the world’s largest composite superyacht. Since announcing the project at the Monaco Yacht Show in 2016, the yachting industry has highly anticipated the launch of the 54m Majesty 175 as Gulf Craft’s largest yacht project to date.
Notorious Emirati yacht builder Gulf Craft has announced the launch of the third unit of the Majesty 122 Sky Lounge series. In a private ceremony attended by the owners and Gulf Craft staff, the newly christened Happy Days hit the water and became the first of the 122 series to feature a fully enclosed luxurious sky lounge. The raised pilot house series will now be available in both sport and sky lounge layouts.
The highly anticipated 77m SeaXplorer La Datcha has departed the Damen Yachting shipyard in the Netherlands. Her maiden voyage marks the beginning of her life as a charter vessel with a difference, embarking on an adventurous itinerary set to impress the most daring and discerning of charter guests.