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SD112 KATHLEEN by the “Atelier” of the yachting industry

October 17, 2016

Written by Maria Korotaeva

Sanlorenzo, the shipyard best known for collaborating with the finest contemporary interior design brands to create stylish and exceptional yachts, has presented its SD112 Kathleen. This time, Sanlorezo’s partner is a debutant in the yacht building industry – Citterio Veil studio.


SD112 Kathleen exterior


SD112 Katheleen Interior

SD112 Kathleen reconfirms the shipyard’s concept of setting new rules for style and design. Her elegance and time honoured style are ones of the many outstanding features. The Sanlorenzo SD line illustrates living in the sea concept, consolidating the unbreakable link between home and yacht. Measuring 110.40ft /33.65m the SD112 is a stand-out project in the SD line, due to her curvy hull that reveals her striking beauty.


SD112 Kathleen interior

The living area has been redesigned with more optimised spaces and elegant details to complement lifestyle comfort.  The owner’s precise requirements have been met in all stunning details and warm colours of the interior designed by Citterio Veil studio. The interior layout comprises of a master suite, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins, comfortably accommodating up to 10 guests assisted by 5 crew members.

SD112 Kathleen interior

SD112 Kathleen interior

The Citterio style and Sanlorenzo’s shared vision on innovation and constant development has brought to life the exceptional SD112m Kathleen, which has been recently delivered to her owners.

Citterio’s next project in collaboration with the iconic Italian Shipyard will be a 42-metre Explorer 460, commissioned by a Swiss owner. Meanwhile, CharterWorld offers a great selection of luxury charter yachts by Sanlorenzo available now. For more information please contact our team at CharterWorld.

Press Release: The quest for better boats in less time continues at Vripack

June 15, 2016

Written by Rachael Steele

Better known to the public as the next-gen technology for gaming, virtual reality headsets are an effective tool to allow designers to review their work without the need to build scaled models.

Vripack Studio has put virtual reality to use to assess ship design and space efficiency before committing to a build, leading to significant reductions in production time and cost. The following is a Press Release from Vripack on the use of virtual reality within the design process.

Press release

The quest for better boats in less time continues at Vripack

In their third of a six-year- mission to reduce the construction time of any new yacht by at least 25%, the Vripack Studio recently made another leap forward. By making use of Virtual Reality they manage to review both design and engineering and bring back fail cost by a staggering 75%.

Creative director Bart Bouwhuis of Vripack explains: “After years and years of very low incremental growth the recent developments in Virtual Reality are exponential now and allow us to use this tool for our reviews instead of making mock ups, prototypes and pre-fabrication. So the cost related to that as well as the time consumption is now fully eliminated. It’s part of history.”

“The initial use, straight out of the box, has allowed for checks of spaces, volumes, heights, sight lines, stairs and what have you more. After nearly twelve months of R&D we’re at a stage where we’re reviewing complete installation sequences, maintainability, accessibility and so on and so forth. We’re basically evaluating the assembly process and the future maintenance of the whole yacht, let aside the training and instructions possibilities for the workers, all this before any hour is wasted on building something that could be done better and in less time,” Bart confirms.

“Our innovations in construction processes already led to the development of Smart Kit ® resulting in a 15% hull building time reduction. This innovation is followed by Boat Blocks ® that we currently use in production and through which we already see double digit savings. With the development of Virtual Prototyping ® we enter a third phase of evolution. With the first yachts in built, using the combination of these modern design solutions, it’s a bit early for final conclusions on exact time saved but I can disclose that we’re heading towards well over 20% and we’re building at very reputable yards which themselves are even more amazed by the efficiency and added quality of their new work,” Bart proudly smiles.

In 2014 Vripack released their 2019 vision in which they give themselves six years to reach the goal of reducing building time by at least 25% while delivering a better boat. The first results of their in-house created innovations show they’re well ahead of schedule. With their can-do mentality and three more years to come this is very promising to say the least.

About Vripack ®
Established in 1961, Vripack is a leading full service yacht design, naval architecture and engineering studio with over 7300 projects under its belt. Vripack focuses on realizing better ships in less time for private customers and yards world-wide. At Vripack we believe that a good design should not meet all requirements, it should surpass them in order to create a boat that goes beyond dreams.

Marijana Radovic and Marco Bonelli of m²atelier Unveil Interiors for 54m Superyacht Project.

March 29, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Marijana Radovic and Marco Bonelli of m²atelier have unveiled interior designs for a new 54-metre project, including a harmonious master suite, situated forward on the main deck that offers direct access to the spacious saloon.

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier  - owner suite

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier – owner suite

According to the designers, the main goal behind the new 54-metre project was to come up with an elegant and sophisticated interior, while retaining simplicity. The concept line is based on the harmony of modular spaces, light setting and symmetrical distribution. The interiors were created to offer a feeling of intimacy without fragmenting the environment. These partitions are designed and structured to create a delightful interior letting out a feeling of luxury and elegance associated with space.

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier - owner suite

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier – owner suite

Utilising reflective materials and prisms, light is brought into the interiors, making it one of the most important features. The light is can be toned down by unique light textile roller blinds, fitted to the windows.

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier - onwer bathroom

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier – owner bathroom

The master suite boasts geometric shapes and symmetrical parts to divide the area and to create functional and transformable layout. This contemporary understating of a flexible space can be easily adapted to suite the owner’s mood. The exterior dining area represents one of the most important parts of the yacht and a fabulous socialising area of the yacht, providing fantastic views and comfortable seating.

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier - bathroom

54m Superyacht Project by m2atelier – bathroom

The fixed oval sofa is coupled with a back counter modular display joining both buffet and bar services. When the extremities are joined, this rounded shape creates an enclosed bar. The main features of this interactive element are its polyvalent properties, depending on the different scenery.

Wood and leather have been used extensively for the interior. Neutral beige and brown with marine-blue accenting are the main colours used throughout, acting as an introduction to the outside environment and strengthening the relationship between the interior and exterior areas.

Nature is invited into the interior thanks to plants enclosed in rectangular ‘indoor gardens’ with prisms on top that channel natural light. The interior is further accented with two private balconies on each side of the master cabin. The upper deck creates a bright and inviting ambience with full height windows which settles in for a large terrace creating an illusion of being suspended over the bright blue sea.

Dorries Yachts Present New 111m Mega Yacht Concept by H2 Yacht Design

March 08, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Dorries Yachts are pleased to unveil their latest yacht concept of 111 metres, designed by the respected H2 Yacht Design studio. The concept is designed to be built in marine grade steel with a displacement monohull hull form. With the length of 364’02” (111m) this impressive superyacht is sure to offer amazing outdoor and indoor spaces for endless entertainment, relaxation and socialising.



Twelve guests can be accommodated in six sumptuous staterooms, including a full-beam VIP suite. There is also accommodation for a crew of 36 professionals. The new 111-metre Dorries Yachts’ concept is designed to reach a maximum speed of 18 knots and cruise comfortably at 16 knots with a cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.























Luxury Yacht EIGHT Refitted by CRN YACHT

March 02, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

CRN, part of the Italian Ferretti Group is pleased to release information and photographs of the first CRN yacht refit: that of the recently delivered 46M luxury yacht EIGHT. The refit mostly included interiors and general restyling of the superyacht, together with maintenance of technical systems and appliances. With the use of natural light, wood, fine-quality leather, and other bespoke materials they have transformed EIGHT into a truly spectacular vessel.

EIGHT - bird view

EIGHT – bird view

EIGHT - running

EIGHT – running

EIGHT - view from above

EIGHT – view from above

EIGHT - aft view

EIGHT – aft view

EIGHT was launched in 2005 and her refit represents a true accomplishment for the CRN shipyard. She was designed by CRN’s Engineering Department in collaboration with the international design studio Nuvolari Lenard, who has taken care of the exteriors, and Solido Interiors, responsible for the interiors. The vessels spreads over four magnificent decks, offering accommodation in one sumptuous master stateroom and five VIP suites, hosting up to 12 guests and a crew of 8.

EIGHT - main deck dining area

EIGHT – main deck dining area

EIGHT - main deck dining

EIGHT – main deck dining

EIGHT - main deck saloon

EIGHT – main deck saloon

Originally constructed to stand out for its sleek lines, EIGHT is now featuring event vaster spaces, more natural light, refined elegance and polished simplicity. The golden stripes that outlined the vessel’t profile were replaced with an entirely dark blue hull and a white superstructure.

EIGHT - main deck exterior

EIGHT – main deck exterior

EIGHT - main deck  external view

EIGHT – main deck external view

The interiors perfectly flow with the exterior areas, and provide dynamic, yet harmonious continuity between the outside and the inside. The interiors, in fact, were the main focus of the refit. Some areas have been completely redesigned, taking down some of the walls and partitions to enlarge each area and bring in light and more liveability. The Owner’s request included an open space, which, when needed, would still ensure the utmost privacy thanks to shading technologies that allow to create dedicated areas, whose limit is only the sea horizon.

EIGHT - Upper Deck

EIGHT – Upper Deck

EIGHT - Upper deck saloon

EIGHT – Upper deck saloon

The deck area aft of the main saloon represents a comfortable leisure area, boasting four dark grey sofas with red profiles and a coffee table. From here, a sliding glazes door takes guests into the main saloon, where inviting and cosy ambience is immediately perceived. Three large sofas are placed around a large and elegant carpet and two coffee tables, where guests can comfortably socialise or unwind. A double-face Samsung 78’’ concealing TV divides the living area from the large round dining table seating up to 10 people for a more formal dining experience. All windows have been enlarged, letting plenty of natural light flood this area and highlight the combination of the warm shades of walnut on the walls and the cream shade of the furniture. The beauty of this room is further enhanced by the accurately-designed lighting system.

EIGHT - upper deck detail

EIGHT – upper deck detail

The master cabin, situated on the main deck at the bow, is a masterpiece of sobriety and simplicity, reflecting the style that pervades the entire yacht. The Owner’s apartment is preceded by a cosy business area, where the Owner can work enjoying maximum comfort and privacy. After stepping into the cabin, one is immediately pervaded by a sense of warmth, which is further enhanced by the use of embracing, soft colour shades, that range from hazelnut brown to cream and alternate in the fabrics, the furniture, and throughout the vessel. The bathroom too features a skilful play with colours, interspersing warm oak wood and the dark colour of the mottled stone of the bathtub with hydro massage and chromotherapy. The bathroom is also fitted with a ‘his & her’ double sink and a shower box. The electrical darkening glass system guarantees maximum brightness and privacy at the same time.

EIGHT  - Master stateroom

EIGHT – Master stateroom

EIGHT - Master Suite Bathroom

EIGHT – Master Suite Bathroom


An elegant internal staircase with leather-lined steps leads to the lower deck, which hosts the comfortable guest area and the crew quarters. The fitness area, which was previously found to port, has been replaced by an additional cabin, which joins the other 3 located on the same deck. Overall, there are therefore 4 guest cabins: 1 full-beam VIP cabin located aft, fitted with a BANG & OLUFSON 75” display TV; walking further, 2 guest cabins can be found in the central area; and another full-beam VIP cabin is located forward. The main changes at the stern have involved the garage, which has been widened so as to fit the Owner’s tender, a Castoldi 23′, and which, once the tender has been launched, can be turned into a large beach club. This area is now even more enjoyable and also features a shower area, with the shower head in the ceiling and the shower mat on the deck. The flooring has been replaced to ensure continuity with the warm shades of the outdoor teak. Inspections and maintenance operations have been carried out on all systems in the engine room, including the inspections required to obtain the LLOYD 10 years class certification . Moreover, all gensets have been replaced with two new KOHLER units.

EIGHT - lower deck VIP

EIGHT – lower deck VIP

EIGHT - lower deck VIP bathroom

EIGHT – lower deck VIP bathroom

EIGHT - lower deck VIP cabin

EIGHT – lower deck VIP cabin

EIGHT - lower deck twin VIP

EIGHT – lower deck twin VIP

EIGHT - VIP bathroom

EIGHT – VIP bathroom

At the aft of the upper deck, a wide sky lounge is furnished with two comfortable L-shaped sofas that make this area ideal to enjoy dinner with a magnificent view over the sea, thanks to the large rectangular table seating up to 10 people. In the indoor salon, a wonderful C-shaped sofa stands opposite a concealing up-and-down Samsung 75” TV. The refitting in this area has involved the enlargement of the windows, so as to let in more natural light and offer an even more breathtaking view of the sea. Walking past a bar area and a dumbwaiter, the pilot house is reached. Behind it is the Captain’s cabin, with private head. Most electronic appliances in the wheelhouse – such as radars, displays, navigation instruments, and the satellite system – have been upgraded or replaced.

EIGHT - sun deck

EIGHT – sun deck

EIGHT - Sun Deck Spa pool

EIGHT – Sun Deck Spa pool

EIGHT - transom

EIGHT – transom


An external staircase takes guests to the sundeck, a fabulous area where life in the open air can be enjoyed to the fullest and featuring a round table in polished teak with eight satin teak chairs in the middle, ideally dividing this area into two separate ones. Indeed, two large sunbathing areas and two awnings with carbon poles have been obtained on the sundeck: the first is at the extreme stern and features one single rectangular sunpad in dark grey fabric with red profiles, as well as two polished teak round tables; the second area, at the bow, shows the result of a more extensive refitting – a Teuco hydro massage tub. The sunpad and the entire sundeck are protected by handrails with steel and glass uprights. On the sides of the central table, a flat screen TV, an ice-maker, a refrigerator, and a barbeque complete the furnishings. The forward structure where navigation lights were previously installed has been replaced with a removable carbon mast that has been installed slightly closer to the stern.

Superyacht EIGHT is fitted with two 3512 DITA SWAC Caterpillar engines that allow her to reach a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.

Introducing Codecasa 50 Vintage Series Motor Yacht GAZZELLA

March 01, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Codecasa 50 Vintage Series Motor Yacht GAZZELLA is the latest addition to the beautiful ‘Vintage Series’ fleet by the italian shipyard Codecasa; following the previously launched 42-metre vessels: MAGARI and LIBRA. She was delivered in July, 2015 and represents the first 50-metre version of these series.



Constructed under the hull number C121, GAZZELLA boasts in-house design with the aim at finding the ideal balance between the past and present. The owner of the yacht has selected the colour white for both the hull and the superstructure. The traditional and simple exterior lines are perfectly blended with classic and rich interiors of this vessel. The interiors boasts rich mahogany wood and mahogany plume, with floorings that are made of precious marble and onyx, as well as carpets with elegant decorations, suited to each area.

GAZZELLA - Bridge   Deck -Sky lounge

GAZZELLA – Bridge Deck -Sky lounge

The main saloon has a large socialising area with two comfortable and large sofas, four armchairs in the red and gold tones, situated around the coffee table of mahogany wood with gilded details; opposite of which is a large 65″ TV. The entire saloon boasts plenty of natural light thanks to the large windows and it is further increased but the continuation of the dining room. This area is separated by a beautiful low partition cabinet. The dining room has been fitted with a stunning rectangular table, with a mahogany top decorated with maple wood inlays and can seat up to twelve guests for formal dining occasions.

GAZZELLA - Main Deck Hallway-Guests' staircase

GAZZELLA – Main Deck Hallway-Guests’ staircase

The port-side pantry is followed by a well-equipped gallery featuring the latest in appliances, which are distributed between the cabinets and the practical centre island. The main deck and the bridge deck are interconnected by a dumb-waiter.

GAZZELLA - Main Deck Aft cockpit

GAZZELLA – Main Deck Aft cockpit

Forward of the dining room is the main hallway with beautiful flooring and marble inlays. From here we have the main staircase boasting a lovely handrail of dark metal with gilded details and walls covered with golden leafs and mother of pearl material. The staircase connect the bridge deck to the guests’ area in the lower deck.

GAZZELLA  - Main Deck dining table

GAZZELLA – Main Deck dining table

Located forward, the main deck is also home to the sumptuous VIP stateroom with an en suite bathroom. The VIP is situated close to the Owner’s suite, which has a private office, a large cabin, spacious walk-in wardrobes and two bathrooms with Honey Onyx. The bathrooms are interconnected with a large shower, the walls of which are decorated with an elegant floral mosaic.

GAZZELLA - Main Saloon entrance

GAZZELLA – Main Saloon entrance

The remaining guest cabins are all situated on the lower deck and include two double-bedded cabins and two twin-bedded cabins. Each cabin boasts a private en suite bathroom facility. Next to he guest cabins, are the crew quarters with four double cabins, the Chief Engineer’s cabin, the crew mess and the laundry, equipped with three washers and three dryers. From the crew area the dry storage, built-in walk-in refrigerators and large cold rooms can be accessed.

GAZZELLA  - Owners Suite

GAZZELLA – Owners Suite

The bridge deck boasts an inviting sky-lounge, which is more intimate, yet more laid back than the main saloon and features comfortable seating in front of a 65″ TV. There is also a breakfast table and bar furniture. The main valour chosen for this area is blue, which is featured in the marble tops of the coffee table and bar furniture, as well as for the upholstery and the carpet decorations. There is also a day head, a pantry and the Captain’s cabin located on this deck.



The Captain’s cabin is directly connected with the radio room and the wheelhouse, which offers modern navigation, search and communication equipment, in order to provide the Owner and guests with the utmost safety.

All the exterior areas provide great space for relaxations, social gatherings, sunbathing or al fresco dining. The inviting relaxation area on the Main Deck aft cockpit alternates with the alfresco dining area on the aft Bridge Deck, which is able to seat 12 guest. The Sun Deck, that is also connected by the elevator, boasts a large sunbathing area, a seating area, a bar corner and then a large Jacuzzi bathtub, for five/six people, provided with comfortable sunbathing mattresses.

Throughout the yacht, the best care has been devoted to the selection of the equipment for the satellite reception, Internet and entertainment systems.

Provided with a Castoldi 21’ jet tender and with Zero Speed Stabilizers, Hull C121, m.y. GAZZELLA, thanks to its 2 x Caterpillar 3512C marine engines, 2365 HP each at 1800 rpm, is able to reach a top speed of 17,5 knots at light displacement and a range of about 5.000 nautical miles at 12 knots speed.

Heesen Yachts to Display 47m Superyacht ASYA in Dubai – Sistership to Project RUYA Currently Under Construction and for Sale

February 24, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Heesen Yachts will be displaying the 47m superyacht ASYA at the upcoming Dubai International Boat Show, to be held from 1-5 March at the Mina Seyahi Marina. ASYA, delivered by the Dutch shipyard last year, is the sistership to RUYA, a striking motor yacht currently under build at the yard and available for purchase. Delivery of RUYA is scheduled for March, 2017. 

ASYA by Heesen Yachts

ASYA by Heesen Yachts


Delivered in 2015, she is the second vessel in the restyled 47m class by Heesen Yachts, with exterior design created by renowned Frank Laupman of Omega Architects. Her styling brings together elegant traditional lines with contemporary flair; a fusion emphasised by the use of continuous windows and matching black paintwork on the main deck and upper decks.

ASYA superyacht

ASYA superyacht

The restyling incorporates an important improvement in the housing of the rescue tender in an enclosed bay in front of the wheelhouse – a great achievement considering ASYA is under the 500GT threshold. Another notable design change includes the crew accommodation, which complies with LY3 regulations.

ASYA - Water Fun

ASYA – Water Fun

Interiors, designed by Bannenberg & Rowell can be described as sophisticated with a distinctly Far Eastern flair, inspired by the designs of Dieter Rams, Frank Lloyd-Wright and Tadao Ando.

ASYA from above

ASYA from above

ASYA is powered by two MTU8V 4000 M63 diesel engines and her well-engineered steel hull with bulbous bow allow for smooth passage. She has a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 12 knots of cruising speed.

ASYA by Heesen Yachts

ASYA by Heesen Yachts


RUYA belongs to the newly restyled models in Heesen’s 47m full displacement class and is based on the award-winning ELENA. Her modern design incorporates everything Heesen Yachts stand for.

RUYA - Main Saloon

RUYA – Main Saloon

RUYA combines beautiful, luxurious interiors with the latest in engineering and naval architecture and is an ideal vessel for both private use or as a charter yacht.

RUYA - Main Saloon Dining

RUYA – Main Saloon Dining

Zero speed stabilisers will ensure maximum comfort at anchor and her well-engineered steel hull with bulbous bow provides smooth and safe cruising in all sea conditions up to a top speed of 15 knots.

RUYA - Owner Suite

RUYA – Owner Suite

Just like her sistership ASYA, RUYA boasts no less than 180 square metres of exterior deck space, including fantastic al fresco dining possibilities as well as areas for socialising and relaxations.

RUYA - Double Cabin View

RUYA – Double Cabin View

The transom door folds down to create a large swim platform to fully enjoy the waters and inside the stern garage there is room for a 6,5m tender and a 3m waverunner.

The main saloon is characterised by a taught, muscular and fluid interior design, with sporty high-tech finishes for an ambience that is fresh and light. Large windows across the entire length offer plenty of natural light and fabulous views of the yacht’s surroundings.

RUYA - Skylounge

RUYA – Skylounge

The Owner’s stateroom spreads over the entire beam of the yacht and boasts a study, a walk-in wardrobe and a huge bathroom with a central bathtub. Textiles, carpets and graphics discretely reference the themes of energy, movement and progress, which complement RUYA’s innovative exterior design.

RUYA - Skylounge Birdseye View

RUYA – Skylounge Birdseye View

Two double and two twin guest suites feature lines of polished stainless steel, joinery motifs and subtle patterned marble, combined with soft furnishings and inviting decor.


Hull type: Twin propeller, round bilge, displacement

Naval architect: Heesen Yachts

Exterior design: Omega Architects

Interior design: Bannenberg & Rowell Design

Classification: LLOYDS  100A1 SSC YACHT [] LMC

Large Commercial Yacht Code LY3

Hull: Steel

Superstructure: Aluminium


Length over all: 46.70 metres / 153 feet 2 inches

Beam over all: 8.85 metres / 29 feet

Draft: 2.91 metres / 9 feet 7 inches

Displacement (half load): Approx. 400 tons


Crew: 10

Guests: 12

Cabins: Full-beam Owner’s stateroom, two double

guest cabins and two twin guest cabins


Maximum speed (half load): 15 knots

Range at 12 knots: 4,000Nm

Fuel capacity: 60,000 litres / 15,850 US Gallons

Fresh water: 20,000 litres / 5,300 US Gallons


Main engines: 2 x MTU 8V 4000 M63

Maximum power: 2 x 1,000kW

Gearbox: 2 x ZF 5311

Engine control: MTU Blue Vision

Propellers: 2 × Five blade fixed pitch

Main generators: 2 × Kilo-Pak, each 99kW

Bowthruster: HRP 90kW, hydraulically driven

Stabilisers: Naiad Dynamics, 2 fins, type 575,

zero speed

First Moonen Superyacht MARTINIQUE with interior design by Nauta Yachts

February 16, 2016

Written by zuzana

The first 37m (120’) superyacht Martinique is one of the first vessels from Moonen’s Caribbean series, currently under construction. With fantastic interior design by Nauta Yachts, the partly-completed project is presently for sale, providing its future Owner with a unique possibility to start cruising on this beauty in Spring 2017.

First Martinique by Moonen

First Martinique by Moonen

Martino Majno, project manager at Nauta Yachts, commented: “Our briefing was to create a contemporary and practical interior design which would be attractive to a broad public. The first impression people will have when stepping aboard the Martinique will be her refined simplicity, clean lines and use of natural light. This is a yacht that is ideal for families, with no sharp corners or edges. We were asked to generate a relaxing atmosphere with a solid base and everyone agrees that this has been achieved.” 

Martinique - Saloon

Martinique – Saloon

Martino and his team have also worked on the evolution of the layout. “We helped refine the general arrangement together with the structural engineers, the experts at Moonen and the exterior designer Rene van der Velden. This assured that the interior design matches the external aesthetic for instance, in placing the windows in the master suite which offer splendid views from within and charm to the exterior profile. We love the exterior design of the Martinique and its ingenious use of light.”

Martinique - Dining

Martinique – Dining

Luxury yacht Martinique reflects the latest thinking in comfort and style, with the master suite positioned on the main deck, offering fantastic views. Other highlights include a generous ‘country kitchen’ galley, a huge saloon and outside space on the wheelhouse deck, an expansive swimming platform and an engine room designed for easy maintenance.

Martinique - Cabin

Martinique – Cabin

The interiors of the first Martinique by Moonen boasts clean geometry and pure lines. Moreover, Nauta Yachts has carried out a great deal of research into finding the right materials. “We have combined a desire for a rich, high-quality yacht built by one of the most well-known yards with materials that are resistant. The choice fell on teak, a 70/30 division of matte and gloss finishes, white linens and clear fabrics: together they generate a very calm atmosphere.”

The hull of the first Martinique is almost complete and much of the superstructure work has started, so new owners could be enjoying this striking vessel in the spring of 2017.

See more charter yachts built by Moonen here.

Interior renderings of NEW Codecasa 43 Full Beam – Vintage Series – Hull F76

February 04, 2016

Written by zuzana

Codecasa Shipyards have proudly unveiled the interior renderings of the new Codecasa 43 Full Beam – Vintage Series – Hull F76, due to be launched before the beginning of Summer 2016. With beautiful interiors by Tommaso Spadolini, in partnership with the yard’s in-house technical team, this exciting new superyacht represents a natural evolution of the Codecasa 42 – Vintage Series.

Codecasa 43 Full Beam – Vintage Series – Hull F76

Codecasa 43 Full Beam – Vintage Series – Hull F76

Hull F76 - Main saloon

Hull F76 – Main saloon

Hull F76 - Upper saloon

Hull F76 – Upper saloon

Hull F76 - Owners Suite

Hull F76 – Owners Suite

Hull F76 - VIP Cabin

Hull F76 – VIP Cabin

There are more charter yachts built by Codecasa here.

Introducing 70 Sunreef Power Catamaran VIOLETTA

January 27, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Sunreef Yachts have released further details and photos of the striking 70 Sunreef Power catamaran yacht VIOLETTA, resembling a stylish, luxury floating apartment. VIOLETTA was launched in November 2015 and has been described by the shipyard as a comfortable cruiser, adapted to her Owner’s expectations of owning a bespoke residence on the water.



VIOLETTA - flybridge

VIOLETTA – flybridge

Violetta - flybridge gym equipment

Violetta – flybridge gym equipment

Amongst VIOLETTA’s most notable features is her enclosed flybridge, a solution which was introduced to the 70 Sunreef Power line with the launch of the yacht ONDIN. VIOLETTA’s sheltered sun deck offers space for a comfortable navigation station equipped with large helm seats with integrated autopilot controls. This area also boats a gymnasium, a relaxation area as well as a sofa that can be converted into an additional berth; furthermore a fridge, a sink and a TV. The aft terrace is accessible trough a large sliding door. This area stored a jet-ski crane and sun mattresses.

Open saloon - Violetta

Open saloon – Violetta

Violetta Saloon

Violetta Saloon

The main deck includes a large, fully open saloon as well as a spacious dining area and an airy lounging corner. The galley is located port side and features a ling countertop. It provide great space and all the appliances necessary to guarantee top quality service aboard.

VIOLETTA - master suite

VIOLETTA – master suite

VIOLETTA’s owner cabin is accessible from the saloon and boasts a large double bed facing the TV, multiple storage spaces and a vanity desk just below the yacht’s fantastic panoramic windows.

Violetta master suite

Violetta master suite

The master suite provides direct access to his and hers spacious bathroom located down in the port side hull. From starboard, the master cabin connects with the children’s realm – a fun and friendly playroom, with twin berths, which can be turned into a double bed if needed.

Violetta  - guest bathroom

Violetta – guest bathroom

Furthermore, VIOLETTA offers three additional guest cabins with double beds and private en suite bathroom facilities.

Materials on board, hand-picked by Sunreef Yacht’s design team in collaboration with the owner boast unique customised finish. There are glossy panels, blue led lighting and bright upholstery with baby ostrich, python and crocodile leather designs.

The 70 Sunreef Power Violetta was fitted with 1200 Volvo IPS system and a dynamic positioning. IPS propulsion previously installed on the 60 Sunreef Power Lilu and 70 Sunreef Power 1 Life, other than high performance, provides a significant increase of manoeuvrability and ease of mooring. Violetta is equipped with wave-piercers and extended aft platforms to maximize her performance and provide a comfortable motion at sea.

Following Violetta’s successful sea trials and technical tests she will head to Malta where she will be based until the Summer season.


LOA: 21.4 m/70 ft
BOA: 9.3 m/30.5 ft
MAIN ENGINES: 2 x 1200 Volvo Penta IPS
FUEL CAPACITY: 2 x 8 000 l
GUEST: 10-11
CREW: 2-3