M5 Luxury Yacht & Superyacht News

The latest news about M5 ...

M5 Luxury Yacht Charter & Superyacht News

Pendennis’ Charity Committee

February 01, 2013

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

In 2013, the prestigious UK builder Pendennis will continue to support Children's Hospice South West through its Charity Committee. Its last year's charity events were very popular with the crew of superyacht m5 (ex Mirabella V). ... read full story

New 3m stern extension for superyacht M5 under refit at Pendennis

January 11, 2013

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Originally designed by Ron Holland, the spectacular sailing yacht m5 (ex Mirabella V) is currently undergoing a major 15-month refit at Pendennis. The vessel now boasts a new composite stern. ... read full story

Update on the Pendennis refit of the luxury yacht M5 (ex Mirabella V)

November 23, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

At the moment, Pendennis is working on a major 15-month refit of the spectacular superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V). The installing of the new interiors started earlier this month. ... read full story

Refit of the 75m superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) at Pendennis well underway

October 24, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Works on the refit of the 75m megayacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) at Pendennis are in full swing. The UK company will be present at the next Ft Lauderdale Boat Show, answering any questions about this amazing project. ... read full story

World’s two tallest masts of sailing yacht Salute and superyacht M5 serviced by Marine Results

October 05, 2012

Written by Chelsea Smith

Marine Results, an international rigging and structural inspection company has just carried out service work on the masts of sailing yacht M5 and superyacht Salute – two of the world’s tallest masts.  Marine Results inspected the rig of fast cruising sloop Salute which has the world’s tallest aluminium mast at a towering 75 metres.  But... ... read full story

Superyacht rigging specialists ‘Marine Results’ team up with Pierrepont Analysis

August 03, 2012

Written by Chelsea Smith

International superyacht riggers ‘Marine Results’ have signed a Teaming Agreement with Pierrepont Analysis. The move will strengthen Marine Results position as one of the world’s leading superyacht and race boat rig and structural inspection specialists Below is a photo of sailing yacht M5 (formerly Mirabella) which illustrates the scale of the jobs undertaken by Marine... ... read full story

Video of the 75.2m superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) designed by Ron Holland

May 18, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Measuring 75.2m, the luxury sailing yacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) is the largest sloop ever built at the moment. Designed by well known Ron Holland, this dramatically beautiful vessel provides 6 lovely staterooms to a total number of 12 guests. ... read full story

More images of the 75m megayacht M5 (ex Mirabella V)

May 09, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

The prestigious UK-based shipyard Pendennis has sent through some additional images of the Ron Holland designed 75m superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V), launched in 2004. She is currently going through a one-year refit at Pedennis. ... read full story

Ron Holland designed 75.2m luxury yacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) under refit at Pendennis

May 02, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

The 75.2m luxury sailing yacht M5 (ex Mirabella V), originally designed by well known Ron Holland studio, is currently undergoing a one-year refit at Pendennis Plus in Falmouth, including her complete exterior as well as interior upgrade. The refit of her interior is being undertaken by renowned Redman Whiteley Dixon. ... read full story

The world’s largest 89m mast of the 75.2m superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) removed

April 27, 2012

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

The prominent UK-based shipyard Pendennis removed the Ron Holland designed sailing yacht M5 (ex Mirabella 5)´s main mast in advance of her 13 month refit. She boasts the world´s largest mast, measuring 89 metres, destepping of which was coordinated by Marine Results, with the lift needing 4 cranes, 40 staff as well as more than 8 hours to finish the operation. ... read full story

Quick Enquiry

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterMore Sharing Options