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Van Der Valk Commissioned to Build 3rd Continental Three Motor Yacht

May 17, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The Dutch luxury yacht builder, Van Der Valk has announced that it has received a new order for the third Continental Three motor yacht. This is the third order for this semi-displacement new line of vessels, with unique and striking design by Guido de Groot. Just like her sisterships, the 26-metre superyacht will bring together modern looks with understated classic touches and boast a number of special features selected by her owners. The luxury yacht is scheduled for completion in 2016.

Continental Three Superyacht by Van Der Valk

Continental Three Superyacht by Van Der Valk

Continental Three Superyacht by Van Der Valk

Continental Three Superyacht by Van Der Valk

Amongst the main characteristics of the latest Continental Three will be her custom-made mast ensuring the vertical clearance in lower than six metres in order to accommodate for client’s wishes when sailing in his favourite locations.

Continental Three Superyacht by Van Der Valk  - profile

Continental Three Superyacht by Van Der Valk – profile

The yacht will also boast an extended hydraulic tender launching platform which can also be used as a beach lounge and swim platform. Storing the tender in the stern area will allow for the flybridge to be kept free for other functions.

The interior of this new Continental Three yacht will mainly feature teak and other woods to create a warm and classic atmosphere with plenty of rounded shapes adding to her elegant appearance.

Continental Three by Van Der Valk running

Continental Three by Van Der Valk running

The flybridge offers plenty of space with an outdoor steerage position and two L-shaped sofas for dining, as well as a fantastic relaxation area in privacy. There are two large sun beds, one in front of the steering position and the other on the roof of the master stateroom, accessible via the foredeck. Near the anchors, there will be two lounge chairs. Al fresco entertaining will be enchanted thanks to the wet bar behind the helm seat and a barbecue at in the aft section of the flybridge.

Continental Three Tacht by Van Der Valk

Continental Three Tacht by Van Der Valk

The main deck will include beautiful dining table seating eight guests for al fresco dining. Foldable stainless steel doors will open up to the spacious main saloon, which will provide fantastic views and plenty of natural light.

The raised pilot house, situated centrally on the main deck, is yet another lovely feature. The master stateroom is located forward and provides fabulous vistas from this elevated location onboard. This separation from the guest areas provides additional privacy for the owners. The suite is fitted with a double king bed, has private en-suite bathroom facility with walk-in shower, a seating and study area and plenty of storage.

Continental Three by Van Der Valk

Continental Three by Van Der Valk

Guest accommodation spread over the lower deck and includes three guest cabins with en-suite bathrooms. The two double VIP cabins are situated aft and one guest cabin with Pullmans accommodating four guests is located centrally. On this deck, the yacht also has a utility storage room with cooler/freezer department and a laundry area in the foyer. The crew quarters are situated forward and boast two crew cabins and a crew mess, shower and a head.

The Continental Three yacht is fitted with two MTU engines with a maximum of 1502 hp each, a 45hp hydraulic thruster and a 35 hp hydraulic stern thruster. The yacht is expected to reach a maximum speed of 25 knots and cruise at 20 knots. In addition, she will have a Naiad 302 fin stabilisation system and two 26kW Northern lights generators on board.

New SUNSEEKER 95 Yacht To Be Unveiled at the British Motor Yacht Show

May 17, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The British luxury yacht builder, Sunseeker International is set to unveil its new SUNSEEKER 95 motor yacht at this year’s British Motor Yacht Show, which will take place this coming weekend from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd May.

95 Yacht by Sunseeker

95 Yacht by Sunseeker

The SUNSEEKER 95 boasts striking exteriors with innovative layout and represents the latest addition to SUNSEEKER’s portfolio of cutting-edge yachts with a state-of-the-art construction process. The vessel brings together the luxurious superyacht feel and the practical features of a yacht in this size category.

Sunseeker 95

Sunseeker 95

In addition to the Sunseeker 95, the company will also present six additional yachts to over a thousand visitors and boat lovers: the beautiful 75 Yacht, the inspiring 65 Sports Yacht, Manhattan 65, Predator 57 and the performance cruiser San Remo.

The show, hosted by Sunseeker will take place at the Premier’s Swanwick Marina, on the River Hamble. Sunseeker will also host the ‘Sunseeker Champagne Bar’ from 4pm-7pm on Saturday 21st May and guests are invited to enjoy drinks in a beautiful and relaxed setting.

80M BILGIN 263 Biggest Yacht To Be Constructed in Turkey

May 16, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The Turkish shipyard, Bilgin Yachts has been working on the largest yacht under construction in Turkey, the 80-metre Bilgin 263 mega yacht. The yacht has been under construction since March and is at the block construction stage at the moment.

Bilgin Yachts 263

Bilgin Yachts 263

The block assembly and superstructure construction is programmed for July while at the moment 7 out of 25 blocks are ready. BILGIN 263 will be fitted with two MTU 16V 4000 M63R engines, which are scheduled to be delivered this November. The launch of the vessel is due in March 2017, following which she will be delivered to Bilgin’s new facility at the West Istanbul Marina.

The luxurious mega yacht was described as the ‘trendsetter of dupery yachts’ by her designer, Unique Yacht Design. She is the third project Bilgin Yacht will fulfil for this particular client. BLIGIN 263 meets the is being built to exacting performance standards of the luxury industry and is here to set the bar for Turkey’s expanding exclusive yachting sector.

BILGIN 263 - aft view

BILGIN 263 – aft view

A very impressive yacht thanks to not only her size but also slim lines, rule efficiency and unprecedented comfort BILGIN 263 is set to be a leader in both creativity and execution with a surprising amount luxury space onboard. The 80-metre Bilgin is being constructed to ABS class and fully LY3 compliant. She is scheduled for delivery in 2019.

World Superyacht Awards 2016 Florence, Italy – Winners Announced

May 16, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Organisers by Boat International Media, the World Superyacht Awards 2016 have taken place this past weekend in the breathtaking and enchanting Italian city of Florence, celebrating the outstanding and innovative superyachts from around the world. Three fantastic superyachts have stolen the limelight at the awards, each winning two trophies: UNFURLED, SAVANNAH, and GENESI.

The 11th edition of the Boat International Media prestigious award featured a panel of 23 experienced judges represented by serial superyacht owners, many of whom have designed and constructed their own vessels. The 2016 finalists were praised for pushing the boundaries in the realms of power, speed, technology, usability, design, and comfort.

Almost 70 superyachts entered this year’s awards, represented by 47 prestigious shipyards and yacht constructors from 15 different countries, including Feadship, Benetti, Amels, Oceanco, Princess, and Vitters.

THE WORLD SUPERYACHT AWARDS’ CHAMPIONS

Sailing yacht of the year: Unfurled

Length overall (LOA): 46m Builder: Vitters Shipyard

Naval Architect: Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering

Exterior Design: Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering

Interior Design: Stirling & Co

Photography credit: Stuart Pearce

Unfurled - Photo by Stuart Pearce

Unfurled – Photo by Stuart Pearce

Unfurled - Photo by Stuart Pearce

Unfurled – Photo by Stuart Pearce

Motor yacht of the year: Savannah

Length overall (LOA): 83.5m

Builder: Feadship

Naval Architect: Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects

Exterior Design: CG Design/Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects

Interior Design: CG Design

Photography credit: Feadship

SAVANNAH

SAVANNAH

Voyager’s Award: Latitude

Owner: Anil Thadani

Builder: Timmerman

Naval Architect: Vripack

LATITUDE

LATITUDE

LATITUDE - cruising

LATITUDE – cruising

Refitted yacht: Mirage

Length overall (LOA): 53m

Builder: Feadship

Refit Yard: STP Palma

Refit Naval Architect: De Voogt Naval Architects

Refit Exterior Design: Design Unlimited

Refit Interior Design: Design Unlimited

Photography credit: Kristina Strobel

MY MIRAGE - Exterior

MY MIRAGE – Exterior

MY MIRAGE - Saloon

MY MIRAGE – Saloon

Rebuilt: Malahne

Length overall (LOA): 50.3m

Builder: Camper & Nicholsons

Refit Yard: Pendennis Shipyard

Refit Naval Architect: Pendennis & BMT Nigel Gee

Refit Exterior Design: G.L. Watson & Co.

Refit Interior Design: Oliver Laws/crew areas by G.L. Watson & Co.

Photography credit: Beken of Cowes & Dan Annett

Malahne 2015

Malahne 2015

Malahne main salon post refit

Malahne main salon post refit

Rebuilt yachts (judges’ commendation for achievement): Kanaloa

Length overall (LOA): 48m

Builder: CRN Shipyard

Refit Yard: Composite Works

Photography credit: Ed Holt

KANALOA

KANALOA

Kanaloa - saloon

Kanaloa – saloon

Sailing yacht (30m to 39.99m): Atalante

Length overall (LOA): 38.8m

Builder: Claasen Shipyards

Naval Architect: Hoek Design Naval Architects

Exterior/Interior Design: Hoek Design Naval Architects

Photography credit: Rick Tomlinson

ATALANTE from above

ATALANTE from above

ATALANTE saloon

ATALANTE saloon

Sailing yacht (30-39.99m) (judges’ special award for design & performance): Nikata

Length overall (LOA): 35m

Builder: Baltic Yachts

Naval Architect: Judel/Vrolijk & Co

Exterior Design: Nauta Design

Interior Design: Nauta Design

Photography credit: Guiod Cantini

Baltic 115 Nikata - Photo Guido Cantini

Baltic 115 Nikata – Photo Guido Cantini

Sailing yacht (40m +): Unfurled

Length overall (LOA): 46m

Builder: Vitters Shipyard

Naval Architect: Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering

Exterior Design: Fre rs Naval Architecture & Engineering

Interior Design: Stirling & Co

Photography credit: Stuart Pearce

Unfurled - Photo by Stuart Pearce

Unfurled – Photo by Stuart Pearce

Sailing yacht (40m) (judges’ special award for design): Topaz

Length overall (LOA): 42.6m

Builder: Holland Jachtbouw

Naval Architect: Hoek Design Naval Architects

Exterior Design: Hoek Design Naval Architects

Interior Design: Hoek Design Naval Architects

Photography credit: S/Y Topaz

J-Class Yacht TOPAZ Lanzarote November 2015

J-Class Yacht TOPAZ Lanzarote November 2015

TOPAZ

TOPAZ

Semi-displacement or planing two-deck motor yacht: Antheya III

Length overall (LOA): 35.2m

Builder: Princess Yachts International

Naval Architect: Olesinski

Exterior Design: Olesinski/Princess Design Studio

Interior Design: Princess Design Studio

Photography credit: Quin Bisset

Antheya III - running

Antheya III – running

ANTHEYA III - saloon

ANTHEYA III – saloon

Semi-displacement or planing three-deck motor yacht (30m to 40.99m): Divine

Length overall (LOA): 40.1m

Builder: Palumbo Group

Naval Architect: Palumbo Group/Hydro Tec

Exterior Design: Palumbo Group/Hydro Tec

Interior Design: Palumbo Group/Hot Lab Studio

Photography credit: Mads Vamgaard

DIVINE - profile

DIVINE – profile

DIVINE - saloon

DIVINE – saloon

Semi-displacement or planing three-deck motor yacht (41m and above): Serenity

Length overall (LOA): 42.3m

Builder: Mondomarine

Naval Architect: Mondomarine

Exterior Design: Luca Vallebona/SFL Design

Interior Design: Fatema Almaidan/SFL Design

Photography credit: Alberto Cocchi

SERENITY - cruising

SERENITY – cruising

SERENITY - main saloon

SERENITY – main saloon

Displacement motor yacht of below 500gt (30m to 41.99m): Solis

Length overall (LOA): 34m

Builder: Mulder Shipyard

Naval Architect: Van Oossanen Naval Architecture

Exterior Design: Claydon Reeves

Interior Design: Claydon Reeves

Photograohy credit: Thierry Ameller

SOLIS cruising

SOLIS cruising

SOLIS - saloon

SOLIS – saloon

Displacement motor yacht of below 500gt (30m to 41.99m) (judges’ commendation for design): Rüya

Length overall (LOA): 41.3m

Builder: Alia Yachts

Naval Architect: Van Oossanen Naval Architects

Exterior Design: Sorgiovanni Designs

Interior Design: Sorgiovanni Designs

Photography credit: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

RUYA - cruising

RUYA – cruising

RUYA saloon

RUYA saloon

Displacement motor yacht of below 500gt (42m to 46.99m): Genesi

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Displacement motor yacht of below 500gt (42m to 46.99m) (judges’ commendation for technology & innovation): Genesi

Length overall (LOA): 46m

Builder: Wider

Naval Architect: Wider Engineering & Associates

Exterior Design: Fulvio De Simoni

Interior Design: Ideaeitalia

Photography credit: Moowe

GENESI

GENESI

GENESI  saloon

GENESI saloon

Genesi pool

Genesi pool

Displacement motor yacht of below 500gt (42m to 46.99m) (judges’ commendation for design): Moka

Length overall (LOA): 42.2m

Builder: Sanlorenzo Naval Architect: Sanlorenzo

Exterior Design: Francesco Paszkowski Design

Interior Design: Sanlorenzo

Photography credit: Sanlorenzo

MOKA Cruising

MOKA Cruising

MOKA - SALOON

MOKA – SALOON

Displacement motor yacht of below 500gt (47m and above): Sibelle

Length overall (LOA): 49.9m

Builder: Heesen Yachts

Naval Architect: Van Oossanen Naval Architects

Exterior Design: AB Studio/Omega Architects

Interior Design: AB Studio/Omega Architects

Photography credit: Franck Dromas/Blueiprod

SIBELLE

SIBELLE

Displacement motor yacht of 500gt to 1,299gt: 11.11

Length overall (LOA): 63m

Builder: Benetti

Naval Architect: Benetti

Exterior Design: Benetti

Interior Design: Owner’s private design team

Photography credit: Jeff Brown/Breed Media

11.11 Full Exterior Landscape View

11.11 Full Exterior Landscape View

11.11 Main Salon

11.11 Main Salon

Displacement motor yacht of 1,300gt to 2,999gt: Savannah

Length overall (LOA): 83.5m

Builder: Feadship

Naval Architect: Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects

Exterior Design: CG Design/Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects

Interior Design: CG Design Photography credit: Feadship

SAVANNAH

SAVANNAH

Displacement motor yacht of 2,999gt and above: Symphony

Length overall (LOA): 101.5m

Builder: Feadship

Naval Architect: Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects

Exterior Design: Tim Heywood

Interior Design: Francois Zuretti/Peter Marino

Photography credit: Feadship

SYMPHONY

SYMPHONY

Quality and value award: Nashwan

Length overall (LOA): 37.3m

Builder: Gulf Craft

Naval Architect: Gulf Craft

Exterior Design: Gulf Craft Design Studios

Interior Design: Gulf Craft Design Studios

Photography credit: Gulf Craft

Majesty 122 NASHWAN

Majesty 122 NASHWAN

Majesty 122 NASHWAN

Majesty 122 NASHWAN

PEOPLE

Legacy award: Dr. Jim Clark

Luxury Motor Yacht VEDA Splashes at Bering Yachts

May 12, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Bering Yachts announced a successful launch of their new Bering 80 luxury motor yacht VEDA; a full displacement steel yacht representing the flagship of the Bering Fleet and the fourth vessel in their Expedition Class series.

Bering 80 yacht VEDA during launch

Bering 80 yacht VEDA during launch

VEDA is a the heaviest vessel in her class, with a displacement of more than 470,000 pounds and boasts a fuel capacity of more than 10,000 gallons. Her exterior lines are masculine, featuring blue/grey colour combined with classic rich Makore wood interiors boasting marble and granite elements, as well as hand-made furniture.

Bering 80 - VEDA at launch

Bering 80 – VEDA at launch

With a spacious interior and exterior deck areas thanks to her huge 25’8” beam, Veda provides her guests with plenty of possibilities to relax, entertain and socialise. The accommodation has been created for eight guests in four deluxe staterooms, all of which are equipped with private en-suite bathroom facilities.

VEDA launched at Bering Yachts

VEDA launched at Bering Yachts

Fitted with two Cummins QSM-11 350hp engines, the yacht is able to reach a top speed of twelve knots and has a range of 6,000 nautical miles at 9 knots.

The new Bering 80 is a true expedition yacht with the finest of finishes and the luxuries found aboard superyachts.

35m Motor Yacht GIPSY – OTAM Custom Range SD35 in Final Stages of Construction

May 10, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The new Otam Custom Range SD35 superyacht GIPSY, measuring 35 metres is nearing completion. GIPSY is a semi-displacement aluminium motor yacht and is scheduled for a world debut at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show in September.

OTAM SD35 GIPSY - rendering

OTAM SD35 GIPSY – rendering

The first OTAM SD35 is at 80% of the construction and on-time with the yacht offering supreme volumes for less than 300GT (295GT) category and a discreet draft to allow for a wider range of cruising destination.

GIPSY  - rendering

GIPSY – rendering

OTAM SD35 GIPSY - Jacuzzi

OTAM SD35 GIPSY – Jacuzzi

GIPSY spreads over three decks with a 7,8-metre beam and is being built for an experienced Italian owner who was looking for a fully custom aluminium yacht, made-to-measure according to his wishes and respecting his lifestyle.

GIPSY - saloon rendering

GIPSY – saloon rendering

The hull and superstructure have been finished, together with all paint jobs. The propulsion and generators have also been installed while the interior is also nearing completion.

GIPSY - saloon rendering

GIPSY – saloon rendering

GIPSY is scheduled to be launched in early June after which she will get ready for her world-premiere at the 2016 MYS.

GIPSY - dining rendering

GIPSY – dining rendering

The new OTAM SD35 provides the customer with a one-of-a-kind amount of living space. The aluminium construction provides flexibility when it comes to personalising the interior layouts and exterior lines, both of which, have been assigned to the renowned international design office, Spadolini.

GIPSY - accommodation rendering

GIPSY – accommodation rendering

The interiors are fully customised with the yacht offering remarkable larger volumes than any other competitor in her category.

The Owner of GIPSY was adamant that the layout would completely reflect his personal approach to the life at sea. The main deck is entirely dedicated to guests’ activities, leisure or business/corporate entertainment. The vast spaces aboard include an almost 40 square metre main saloon with a movie theatre and a full beam dining area forward. The main deck also boasts service areas with a fully-equipped galley and a 25-square metre pantry with separate access fro the crew.

GIPSY - bathroom rendering

GIPSY – bathroom rendering

Accommodation comprises four VIP cabins on the lower deck with twin and double beds, as well as private en-suite bathrooms. This area is connected through a hallway with the crew quarters, which can be accessed without compromising on guests’ privacy. The crew is accommodated in three cabins and have a washroom, laundry and storerooms at their disposal in the crew quarters.

The upper deck is dedicated to the owner, providing fantastic panoramic views and complete privacy – and aspect specifically requested by the owner and a popular concept amongst experienced customers.

GIPSY under construction at OTAM

GIPSY under construction at OTAM

The overall layout also incorporates day heads on each deck, allowing the owner to host a considerable number of guests on board, respecting complete privacy for both him and his family and their private cabins.

When it comes to GIPSY’s performance, the new OTAM 35, exploiting the yard’s engineering capabilities enhanced by the successful experience designing and building the Millennium Line, in collaboration with their long-standing partner Naval Architect Umberto Tagliavini, has designed a very efficient semi-displacement hull that will provide this vessel with a top speed of 22 knots and a considerable range of 1,000 nautical miles at 11 knots.

The OTAM 35SD Custom Range was created with special attention to limiting draft. The hull below the waterline has been created with semi-tunnels that make the yacht very versatile. The is ideal for comfortable cruises in international waters like the U.S., the Caribbean, where a limited draft becomes a key factor.

Numarine Sell Motor Yacht 24XP Hull Number One

May 09, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The Turkish shipyard NUMARINE has announced the sale of the new 24XP motor yacht, hull number one, with delivery scheduled for 2018.

NUMARINE 24XP Yacht

NUMARINE 24XP Yacht

The 24XP hull #1 will be a semi-displacement vessel with a GRP hull and superstructure. She is 25,20 metres in LOA with a beam of 6,6 metres and a draft of 1,5 metres. The semi-displacement version is fitted with two Caterpillar 503 hp engines, expected to power her up to a maximum speed of 12 knots and allow her to cruise comfortably at 10 knots.

Together with the 40XP and 32XP models, the Numarine XP24 represents a new line of explorer series that will bring together Numarines attention to detail, radical looks, unsurpassed performance and uncompromising luxury.

The yacht has been designed by Can Yalman who has delivered a creative design for this new line which boasts Numarine’s signature striking lines and head-turning looks.

XP24 will also boast spacious interiors with four en-suite guest cabins, including three VIP cabins. The main saloon will be worthy of a 90-foot yacht while the fabulous flybridge will offer space for a 5+ metre yacht tender.

This superyacht will be constructed to take her owner on the toughest journeys with ease and in comfort.

Baglietto 46M FAST Hits Water in Italy

May 09, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Saturday, 7th May, saw the striking Baglietto 46M FAST superyacht hull number 10221 hit the water in La Spezia, Italy. The 46-metre was designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design and represents an evolution of the previous models while staying true to the brand’s tradition.

Baglietto 46M FAST

Baglietto 46M FAST

The ceremony took place at sunset with the participation of the Baglietto top management and workforce as well as local authorities such as the Major of La Spezia Massimo Federici, the President of Confindustria La Spezia Francesca Cozzani, the President of the Port Authority Lorenzo Forceri.

Baglietto 46M FAST Superyacht

Baglietto 46M FAST Superyacht

The 46M FAST superyacht by Baglietto boasts a streamlined bow and rakish line, resulting in a striking and powerful vessel. Main features include the trapeze-shaped windows that are alternating with rectangular ones, placed on two different levels. The yacht also offers fabulous outdoor area, where guests can enjoy the sun, water or socialise with family and friends.

Launch of Baglietto 46M FAST

Launch of Baglietto 46M FAST

Constructed in aluminium, she was fitted with two MTU 16V4000 diesel engines, providing her with a top speed of 28 knots. She is classified to Lloyd’s Register of Shipping and compliant to MCA standards.

New 66m Superyacht Concept by Turquoise Yachts and Nuvolari Lenard

May 06, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Turquoise Yachts, in collaboration with Nuvolari Lenard, have announced a new 66-metre superyacht concept that incorporates ‘everything’ that is needed aboard a luxury yacht these days. The 66m Turquoise offers beautiful design, elegance, fun, adventure , wellness, safety and security.

Turquoise  66m Design by Nuvolari Lenard

Turquoise 66m Design by Nuvolari Lenard

“Optimisation is the key word, “ says Dan Lenard of Nuvolari Lenard. “The layout of the 66-meter flawlessly integrates the exterior styling with the interior, optimizing spaces and minimizing any conflict between functionality and the prime real estate,” adds Lenard.

TQ 66m Superyacht

TQ 66m Superyacht

The designers aimed at an ideal balance of volumes with a few unique design elements, such as the bow, fashion plates, and double height side volumes carried back to the stern. The outcome is a powerful, striking and elegant 66-metre motor yacht.

Turquoise 66m Yacht Concept

Turquoise 66m Yacht Concept

Main specs:

LOA 66.00 m

Beam Overall 12,16m

Draft 3.15 m

GT 1370

Speed 16knots approx.

Material Steel Hull & Aluminium Superstructure

Exterior Design Nuvolari & Lenard

Interior Design Nuvolari & Lenard

Naval Architect Azure Naval Architects BV

Guest Accommodation

1 full beam owners suite

4 double guests cabins

2 VIP cabins

1 VIP lobby

1 main salon and dining area on main deck

1 salon on upper deck

2 external dining areas: on upper deck and sun deck

1 sun deck with aft lounge and forward sunbeds& Jacuzzi

Guests lift

Aft beach club with gymnasium, hammam, beauty/massage room with sea terrace

Lounge area on aft main deck with 6.2m swimming pool

Crew Accommodation

1 Captain Cabin

8 Double Crew Cabins

1 Single Crew Cabins

Tenders & Toys

2 Luxury Tenders (8.5m / 27,8ft)

1 Crew Tender (6.5m / 21 ft)

1 Rescue tender (4,5m / 14,7ft each)

Jet ski & Wave Runners

Helideck Non-Certificated Touch & Go

Video: 54m CRN 134 Luxury Superyacht ATLANTE leaving for Sea Trials

May 05, 2016

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The 54-metre CRN 134 Luxury superyacht ATLANTE has been seen leaving most likely for sea trials this morning in Livorno, Italy. The yacht was designed by famed design studio Nuvolari Lenard with interiors by CRN Interior & Design department in collaboration with Gilles et Boissier architectural studio.

ATLANTE by CRN

ATLANTE by CRN

 ATLANTE features strong stylistic identity, inspired by military crafts amongst others, with elements such as square shapes and sharp lines, combined with sophisticated design solutions. The yacht spreads over five decks offering plenty of superb exterior and interior entertainment areas or spaces for relaxation and private retreat. She is fitted with two 1230 KW @ 1800 RPM Caterpillar diesel engines, reaching a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.

ATLANTE leaving the dock

ATLANTE leaving the dock

ATLANTE heading for sea trails

ATLANTE heading for sea trails

ATLANTE built by CRN

ATLANTE built by CRN

Superyacht ATLANTE in Italy

Superyacht ATLANTE in Italy

ATLANTE aft view

ATLANTE aft view

ATLANTE

ATLANTE

Video and photos by Roberto Malfatti.