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Monaco Yacht Summit, Grimaldi Forum de Monaco, September 24, 2013

July 24, 2013

As part of its strategy to extend its activities in the service of yachting, this year’s Monaco Yacht Show will be holding the first edition of the Monaco Yacht Summit. The event will be held at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on Tuesday, September 24, on the eve of the yacht show, running in Port Hercule from September 25 to 28, 2013.

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The Monaco Yacht Summit aims to provide an annual forum for the yachting world, to address issues of importance to yacht owners and buyers and to create a space where the main players in yachting can meet, talk and build links.

The organisers of the Monaco Yacht Show will bring together a panel of experts, company heads and leading figures from the yachting world, but also business leaders and panel members from other spheres to enrich the debate and broaden perspectives for the future.

NEW YACHTING. NEW THINKING.

Taking the form of three round table discussions themed on customer issues, the Monaco Yacht Summit will address the new situation in yachting, the new expectations and the new opportunities. Each subject will be introduced by a talk from an expert, followed by discussion among a panel of personalities, with a well-known figure acting as facilitator.

Summing up the 2008-2013 period: what lessons can be drawn from the crisis? Customer expectations: super-yachts, mega-yachts or giga-yachts: is it really about size or more about details? New destinations, uses and experiences; technical innovations and latest trends. Under the title New Yachting, New Thinking, these will be among the subjects addressed by the panels and discussed at large.

MONACO YACHT SHOW & SUMMIT.

This first Yacht Summit organised by the Monaco Yacht Show also chimes with the Principality’s intention to boost the luxury yachting sector and become the world yachting capital.

Partners in the project are the Monaco Government Tourist Office and Convention Authority, the Monaco Chamber of Economic Development and Monaco Yacht Club, who applaud this initiative of the yacht show and its managing director Gaëlle Tallarida: “Through 23 editions the Monaco Yacht Show has offered yacht owners, buyers and enthusiasts the very best that the world’s boat builders, brokers and yachting professionals have to offer, in the unique setting of the Principality of Monaco and in a professional but festive atmosphere. In 2012 we opened the Upper Deck Lounge – 650m² of lounge areas with bar and restaurant, right inside the Yacht Show area. Now we are happy to announce the first Monaco Yacht Summit, the next step in expanding our mission to empower all involved in yachting to meet, talk and share experiences.”

By invitation only.

The format chosen for the Monaco Yacht Summit is a strictly selective one, with access by invitation only, to ensure a high level of discussion for yacht owners, buyers and their representatives in close collaboration with top authorities and world yachting professionals.

As places are limited, it is advised to email your request for an invitation to the Monaco Yacht Summit organisers at summit@monacoyachtshow.mc.

65m modern explorer yacht ANACONDA concept by Young Designer of the Year finalist 2013 Juan Ortiz Rincon

July 23, 2013

Juan Ortiz Rincon is proud to introduce his project, the 65-metre modern explorer yacht Anaconda concept, for which he was chosen as Young Designer of the Year Finalist during this year’s ShowBoats Design Awards in Monaco.

65m mega yacht Anaconda concept

65m mega yacht Anaconda concept by Juan Ortiz Rincon

The goal of this year’s Young Designer category was to create a modern, non-commercial looking 65m explorer yacht to suit the needs of an owner who is a collector of sports cars, has a relaxed approach to life, and is looking for interesting new ideas.

Anaconda is designed for setting off on worldwide adventures and traveling in a relaxed way to the most remote destinations without sacrificing any comforts of a superyacht lifestyle.

Superyacht Anaconda concept - Upview

Superyacht Anaconda concept - Upview

The exterior design of Anaconda reflects the imposing spirit and design language of sport cars. Her fast and dynamic appearance, reached by moving the superstructure more aft, creates a large outdoor living zone on the forward part of the yacht. It provides comfortable and cozy dining, lounging and sunbathing areas, protected from the wind and the waves and at the same time open to the surrounding environment. Folding balconies create additional lounging areas and views overlooking the sea.

The sleek lines and pure shapes of Anaconda form a clear outline, which is easily recognizable and gives the yacht a radical, individual and masculine character. The architectural approach of using large glass elements and organic structures provides the interior areas with more luminosity and creates an exciting conjunction between interior and exterior zones, offering much more usable space than other yachts of the same range.

Anaconda Yacht Concept - aft view

Anaconda Yacht Concept - aft view

The contemporary interior style of Anaconda, with its clear lines and open, luminous spaces, reflects perfectly the exterior design. Panoramic windows and skylights create a direct link between inside and outside areas, always recalling the surrounding sea. The owner’s cabin for example features an inside-outside private Spa Pool, which can be either integrated into the cabin or added to the exterior lounge area, depending on the weather conditions of the journey.

Luxury yacht Anaconda concept - Owners Cabin

Luxury yacht Anaconda concept - Owners Cabin

The material concept is based on warm, natural colours and textures, like black lip mother of pearl and coconut mosaics, combined with contemporary materials such as glass and stainless steel. A special focus lies on illumination and the integration of modern art objects. The interior style has a masculine character, providing a fresh and relaxed atmosphere.

The interior layout with its rather unusual configuration is thought to profit at the most from the available space by connecting the living zones in logical orders and forming multi-purpose areas where appropriate. This approach of zoning allows introducing several special features, like a hot air balloon departure, a private starlight observation lounge, a health spa and different thematic bars, taking the spirit of an explorer vessel to another level.

Anaconda Yacht Concept - Owners Cabin

Anaconda Yacht Concept - Owners Cabin

Juan Ortiz Rincon is a 23 year old Colombian Industrial Design student at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a passionate sailor and traveler: “Ever since I was a child, I have had a great deal of curiosity about the charms and mysteries of the oceans and the vessels that sail it,” explains Ortiz Rincon. “This curiosity, over the years has turned into a passion for sailing and yacht design. I am particularly fascinated with the study and exploration of human factors, technologies and morphologies, which, applied to objects and spaces, generate a more efficient use of resources and maximize the comfort.”

Monaco Yacht Show, Yacht Club de Monaco and Monaco Harbors Management Company (S.E.P.M.) sign partnership agreement

July 23, 2013

June 28, 2013, saw the three legendary players of Port Hercule sign a new partnership agreement in relation to the Monaco Yacht Show, confirming the Principality of Monaco as the world capital of yachting.

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MYS 2012

The new medium-term partnership is built around a pro-active strategy to boost the Monaco yachting industry, by leveraging the assets and expertise of the three key Monaco-based yachting proponents:
- The Monaco Harbors Management Company (S.E.P.M.) is the exclusive management company of the ports of Monaco since 2006. Since, the company has always been seeking for excellence to develop the port of Hercules and make it the first Mediterranean destination for megayachts.
- The Yacht Club de Monaco, a renowned international and exclusive institution and a true animator of the Monaco harbour, which with its brand new building will provide better facilities for its 1300 members and yacht owners from June 2014.
- The Monaco Yacht Show, which has been growing for 23 years and is established as the world leading event in superyachting.

As a result of this new partnership, the Monaco Yacht Show will be able to host even more superyachts each year, starting with 15 additional berths in 2014, of which three will be for yachts of 90-120 meters LOA, and a further three berths for 100m+ yachts on the breakwater from 2015. This will help to boost the berthing capacities of the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show by up to 147 slots in total for yachts and tenders.

While these figures are clearly impressive, the partnership goes much further than this, enhancing the reputation of Monaco Yacht Show in every respect, further stretching its competitive advantage on the worldwide stage.

Gaëlle Tallarida, Managing Director of the Monaco Yacht Show said: “Peter Rigby, CEO of Informa Group, and I are delighted by this new partnership with S.E.P.M. and the Yacht Club of Monaco. We have been in discussions with Aleco Keusseoglou, President of S.E.P.M., and Bernard d’Alessandri, General Secretary of the YCM for many years about how we can develop yachting in Monaco further, and it became natural and obvious step for the three of us to formally join forces to pursue the same goal. This is significant in highlighting the great importance of Monaco for yachting, as well as that of yachting for Monaco. The high concentration of industry professionals and clients here underlines the potential for the industry to continue to grow in the future and remain a long-term source of prestige for Monaco. It confirms, beyond doubt, that Monaco remains the international hub for superyachts.”

Order for completion of new 45m motor yacht Project SUNSET signed by Sunrise Yachts

July 22, 2013

Four years after delivery of luxury yacht ‘Africa’, Sunrise Yachts are proud to announce the completion of a sister ship, the 45-metre motor yacht Project ‘Sunset’ (hull 182) for a new owner, who contacted the builder directly. Superyacht Project Sunset had been started by Sunrise Yachts up to the stage of interior outfitting – hence offering a shorter delivery time, while providing the client with a customized interior.

New 45m superyacht Project Sunset by Sunrise Yachts

New 45m superyacht Project Sunset (hull 182) by Sunrise Yachts

The Sunrise 45m yacht Project Sunset is a three-deck, deep-sea, full displacement, long-range, steel hull and aluminium superstructure luxury motor yacht, built to operate for private use or charter in all seas and oceans of the world. The yacht’s main characteristics include large volumes at 499 Gross Tons, excellent deck heights, great stability, comfort and seaworthiness, very low levels of sound and vibration, an affective layout, and extreme fuel efficiency.

A full-length technical tunnel running from the engine room to the bow-thruster compartment – an unprecedented feature on yachts in this category – provides easy access to tanks and systems at bilge deck level.

The interior design is entrusted to the talent of Nantes-based Franck Darnet Design, who had previously designed the interior for M/Y “Africa”. In sharp contrast with the first Sunrise 45m’s dark tropical woods, Project “Sunset”’s contemporary and elegant décor will feature light veneers and a bright colour scheme.

Guillaume Roché, the Sunrise Yachts CEO, stated: “Just like M/Y “Africa” was one of the “star” yachts at the Monaco Yacht Show 2009, we intend to make Project “Sunset” one of the most notable yachts delivered next year worldwide. We will further demonstrate our commitment to excellence and to continually improving our standards while remaining a competitive alternative to quality European builders.”

The client, who wishes to remain private, shared his thoughts about the shipyard: “When I considered this acquisition, after doing extensive research on the market, I was a little nervous about entrusting a relatively new builder, in Turkey, with my first yacht project. I had to meet the entire team and to see the shipyard for myself. I have to say that neither myself nor my consultants were expecting to see such a large and modern facility, integrating a full engineering office and filled with new construction projects. What impressed me the most is the spirit of genuine love for their craft that pervades the team. I encourage every prospective yacht owner to meet the Sunrise management. I know I am getting a great yacht at great value.”

Luxury yacht Project Sunset will be delivered in July 2014 and showcased, by appointment only, at the Monaco Yacht Show in September 2014 and at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in October 2014.

Sunrise Yachts wishes to thank all those who helped in promoting the Project Sunrise yacht.

Technical Specifications of the 45m superyacht Project Sunset (hull 182)

Project Name: Sunrise #182 “Sunset”
Length: 45.02m/147’ Yacht
Beam (max): 8.93m/29’2”
Draft (max): 2.70m/8’9”
Displacement (full load): 380 tons
Max. speed: 15 knots
Range: 4,000+ nm at 12 knots
Guests: 10
Crew: 9
Virtual tour of sister ship M/Y “Africa”

Design: Studio Scanu, Viareggio, Italy
Interior Design: Franck Darnet Design, Nantes, France
Naval Architecture: Sunrise Yachts
Gross Tonnage: 499 GRT
Classification: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping / LY2
Engines: 2 x MTU 10V2000M72
Hull type & Material: Full-displacement – High-tensile steel
Superstructure material: Aluminium

Wajer & Wajer – Official Supplier of Rendezvous in Monaco 2013

July 19, 2013

The well known Dutch luxury yacht tender builder, Wajer & Wajer, was a proud Official Supplier of this year’s  Rendezvous in Monaco, running from June 20 to 23. The world’s top eight superyachts have attended this event, taking place in the beautiful Mediterranean yacht charter destination – Monaco, where they shined in and among the coast of Monaco as well as St Jean Cap Ferrat.

Wajer and Wajer Tenders with Luxury Superyachts at the 2013 Rendezvous in Monaco

Wajer and Wajer Tenders with Luxury Superyachts at the 2013 Rendezvous in Monaco

Wajer & Wajer was amongst the Official Suppliers of this glamourous event, along with Rolls Royce Motor Cars. While the prestigious British brand has provided Ride and Drives on shore, three Wajer Osprey’s have been at the service of the yacht owners and their families for all transfers on the water.

Luxury yacht tender by Wajer and Wajer at full speed

Luxury yacht tender by Wajer and Wajer at full speed

X-Craft to attend Monaco Yacht Show 2013

July 19, 2013

The Dutch builder of exclusive RIB and super yacht tenders, X-Craft, will attend this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, running in Port Hercules, Boulevard Albert 1er, Principality of Monaco, from Wednesday 25th to Saturday 28th September 2013, 10 am – 6.30 pm.

X-Craft to participate in the 2013 Monaco Yacht Show

X-Craft to participate in the 2013 Monaco Yacht Show

The Monaco Yacht Show is considered the most prestigious pleasure boat show in the world with the exhibition of 500 major companies in the luxury yachting and a hundred super and megayachts afloat.

With a record attendance of 33,000 professional and private visitors at the 2012 edition, the MYS is the long-awaited superyachting meeting of the year for the prestigious brands, allowing them to meet the most important international clientele.

New sailing yacht SILENT 76 presented by Admiral Tecnomar

July 18, 2013

Admiral Tecnomar, Yachting Hub of The Italian Sea Group, is delighted to present its all-new sailing yacht Silent 76. Luxury yacht Silent 76 belongs to the new brand of sailing yachts from 66′ to 100′ in length. She will be officially presented at this year’s Cannes Boat Show as well as Monaco Yacht Show, both running in September.

Sailing Yacht SILENT 76

Sailing Yacht SILENT 76 by Admiral Tecnomar

The SILENT project enhances comfort and safety on board, with both motor and sailing. The sailing equipment is designed to facilitate the boat management with a reduced crew, no more than two people.

The choice of a double engine ensures great safety during the navigation and elevate speed in any sea condition. All winches are electrical and you can easily maneuver and sailing on finger tips operating from the wheelhouse console.

The Silent 76 yacht veers and navigates with the help of the only helmsman. On deck there are 2 large non-technical areas (fore and aft shaft) designed to ensure total relax for guests on board.

The garage is the largest in its class and holds a 3.20 m tender and a jet ski that are easily launched with the aid of an electrical crane. Boardwalk, beach club and storage space are extraordinarily large, worthy of a 90′ yacht and beyond.

The interior is extremely spacious with 4 guest cabins (1 Master, 1 VIP, 2 Guest) and 1 crew cabin. All guests rooms are air conditioned and equipped with modern entertainment equipment with heights greater than 2 m.

The concentration of all the systems in the engine room, as in yachts of larger size, increases the comfort of the guests on board. Noise and vibration are below the standards for fluid and clean navigation.

SILENT can be compared to a SUV: large spaces and quality of interiors finishes, excellent performance both sail and motor.

Below is a selection of the stylish charter yachts built by Admiral Tecnomar.

Monaco Classic Week – La Belle Classe, September 11 – 15, 2013

July 18, 2013

In order to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Yacht Club de Monaco, the elite from the classic sail as well as motor yacht world will be present at the Monaco Classic Week – La Belle Classe. The event will be hosted by Port Hercule, scene of major 20th century innovation trials, from September 11 to 15, 2013. The latter took over from the Société des Régates de Monaco, established in 1888.

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This 11th edition will be dedicated to owners around a certain yachting art de vivre, from classic yachts to the stunning Dinghy 12’s of yesteryear, competitions for chefs and elegance contests, La Belle Classe restoration prize, motorboat and steam-boat challenges, cocktails, elegant social gatherings, and more.

A festival focused on classic yachting will stretch along the whole of Quai Antoine 1er, as the Marlborough Gallery is to host a Titouan Lamazou exhibition from 10 to 28 September, while the Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo is busy organising an auction of old boats, paintings and nautical objects.

Monaco Classic Week 2011© Carlo Borlenghi

Monaco Classic Week 2011© Carlo Borlenghi

Finest examples from the classic yacht fleet

Organised by the Yacht Club de Monaco since 1994, under the presidency of HSH Prince Albert II, Monaco Classic Week is the only event to have classic sailing yachts, period motor-yachts, motorboats and steam-yachts in one harbour and all out on the water together.

As this is such a special occasion, the YCM has focused on quality by inviting the world’s finest examples of racers and cruisers, where architect and boatyard inspired by passionate owners produced exceptional yachts. More than a hundred boats, including 60 classic sailing yachts, 40 motorboats and 10 period motor-yachts have already confirmed their attendance. They include Belem (1896), French three-mast awarded historic monument status; Alcyon 1871, an exact replica of a Marseille race boat which won in Monaco in 1882; Over the Rainbow (35m, 1930), completely restored by Jean-Michel Folon when he was the owner; and the three 15M IR yachts, Mariska (1908), Hispania (1909) and The Lady Anne (1912), eternal rivals of the YCM’s flagship Tuiga (1909) for their always highly anticipated races!

Designed by Scottish architect William Fife, these four gaff cutters are the only survivors of a fleet that numbered around 20 from 1907 to 1917. They will be battling it out for the coveted `15 Meter Class Association Annual Trophy`. Originally the Royal Clyde Yacht Club Trophy 1884, today it is awarded to the one obtaining the best results in four of the big meetings of this second 15 Meter Class Association season: Copa del Rey Vela Clasica Menorca (Spain, 28-31 August), MP2013 (Marseille-Provence, European Capital of Culture (France, 4-7 September), Monaco Classic Week (11-15 September) and the Portofino Rolex Trophy (Italy, 19-21 September).

Dinghy 12’ class here for first time in Monaco

This series took off in Italy where many had preserved these dinghies from their youth. So having taken the trouble to maintain them why not get these small Stradivarius gems with their mahogany hulls flying across the water like dragonflies?

Passion did the rest, with an official class being created and a championship organised against that most stunning of backdrops – Lake Garda. Easy to tow and requiring minimal crew, the Dinghy 12’ is making its mark across Europe. An official club has recently been set up in Germany, and you can bet that in Monaco the Dinghy 12’ will gain new followers.

Titouan Lamazou exhibition

Through some 60 drawings, photographs and gouache-enhanced photos, artist and sailor Titouan Lamazou takes us on a journey round the world: Brazil, Burkina Faso, China, Colombia, Congo, United States, Europe, Indonesia, Mauritania, Siberia and Senegal, telling the story of women of the world; their injuries, pride, beauty, humour, courage, commitment, disillusion and audacity.

The Marlborough Gallery will also unveil his Tuareg pieces produced this year: “To pick up the story again of the lovely people I met and liked so much in the last century. To better understand myself and use the paintbrush to highlight a dramatic situation that repeats itself, like a metronome, as if the very beginnings of destiny were the mark of man,” comments Titouan Lamazou.

The exhibition will be punctuated by all sorts of other events to discover the different facets of this inventive and generous artist, such as the presentation of his Bateau-Atelier project, a 50m catamaran designed with French naval architect Marc Van Peteghem, which will enable the first Vendée Globe winner to work on all the world’s oceans.

Marine objects, paintings and yachts: under the hammer!

Hôtel des Ventes de Monte-Carlo joins the festivities on Friday 13 September 2013 when it will organise an auction around the Art de Vivre la Mer comprising a selection of objects, furniture items, classic sailing yachts, old motorboats and period motor-yachts, as well as jewellery, watches, photographs and works of art. They include Bernard Buffet’s Poisson and Max Ernst’s 1938 sculpture Sphinx et la sirène.

Provisional programme 2013 (subject to change as of 15 July 2013)

Tuesday 10 September
6.30pm Opening night of Titouan Lamazou exhibition at the Marlborough Gallery, 10 to 28 September (yachtsman attire, by invitation)

Wednesday 11 September
6.30pm Members Cocktail to meet those involved in Monaco Classic Week on Quai Rainier III (“Jetée Sud”) and aboard yachts (yachtsman attire, by invitation)

Thursday 12 September
10.30am-3.30pm Chefs’ Competition, with Moët & Chandon and Hennessy
1.00pm Classic yacht race (starts organised by rig type)
8.00pm Crew Party (Crew attire, by invitation) and prize awarded for Jeroboam painting competition

Friday 13 September
10.30am-12 noon Regularity Challenge (motor-yachts)
1.00pm Classic yacht race (starts organised by rig type) and Dinghy 12’s
3.00pm-4.30pm Regularity Challenge (old motorboats)
4.30pm-6.00pm Whistle Competition (steam-yachts)
5.00pm Demonstration of Dinghy 12’s in the harbour
6.00pm Art de vivre la mer auction
8.30pm La Belle Classe evening (yachtsman attire, by invitation)

Saturday 14 September
10.00am Elegance Parade for sailing boats at  the harbour exit
1.00pm Classic yacht race (starts organised by rig type) and Dinghy 12’s
3.00pm-4.30pm Elegance Parade (motor-yachts and motorboats)
5.00pm Demonstration of Dinghy 12’s in the harbour
7.00pm Personnalité de la Mer 2013 prize presented at the Oceanographic Museum (yachtsmen attire, by invitation) followed by Nuit du Yachting at the Yacht Club de Monaco

Sunday 15 September
11.00am Prize-giving (yachtsman attire, by invitation)

Maori Yachts launch first Maori 78′ BLACKMAIL mega yacht tender

July 18, 2013

The Italian builder, Maori Yachts, is proud to announce the launch of its first Maori 78′ BLACKMAIL mega yacht tender. Penned by Nauta Yacht Design, Maori 78′ hull#1 Blackmail is a very stylish 24-metre high tech boat, set to be officially presented at the upcoming 23rd edition of Monaco Yacht Show in September.

Newly launched Maori 78 mega yacht tender by Maori Yachts

Newly launched Maori 78 Blackmail mega yacht tender by Maori Yachts

Maori 78′ Blackmail superyacht tender provides a magnificent open space owner’s suite, a guest cabin forward, as well as a crew cabin aft. All cabins have independent entrances, and are full of natural ligth.

Maori 78 superyacht tender at full speed

Maori 78 Blackmail superyacht tender at full speed

Featuring modern and aggressive lines, the first Maori 78 Blackmail yacht tender is powered by twin MAN 12V 1800 hp diesel engines, reaching an impressive top speed of around 40 knots and a cruising speed of 30 knots. Built in composite, Maori 78 is available in both “deck cabin” version, with covered saloon, as well as open version.

Three Catamaran-Superyachts Sold at Sunreef Yachts in the Last 3 Weeks

July 17, 2013

The last three weeks at Sunreef Yachts were marked by the sale of three new catamaran-superyachts, namely Sunreef 80 Carbon Line yacht, Sunreef 82 Double Deck yacht, as well as 90 Sunreef Power yacht.

Sunreef 82 Double Deck Yacht HOUBARA by Sunreef Yachts

Sunreef 82 Double Deck Yacht HOUBARA by Sunreef Yachts

This spectacular result only strengthens the leader position of the Polish shipyard on the global market in the luxury catamaran niche. With the global slow-down on the yachting market after the 2008 crisis, the progress of the shipyard in its yearly sales results and this new triple order proves only that a catamaran as luxury yacht and superyachts is a truly booming product.

The first contract was the Sunreef 82 Double Deck yacht sold to a Client in the Middle East. It will be the second unit of Sunreef 82 Double Deck after last year’s superyacht HOUBARA. In the double deck concept there is one spacious owner cabin in the front and a large, bright salon with an internal helm station enjoying sea views. The impressive 64 m2 cockpit holds a large dining table for up to 8 guests, sunbathing mats, wicker armchairs and storage for diving equipment.

This will be the first yacht in the world with a folding mast shortening it 10 m, so that it can easily go under the bridge leading to the Owner’s property. This yacht is due to be launched in December 2013. Thanks to their spaciousness and comfort, Double Deck catamarans are a perfect alternative for a traditional mega yacht with its greener character offered by cruising on sails.

90 Sunreef Power Yacht

90 Sunreef Power Yacht

Second in order is the 90 Sunreef Power yacht, a true milestone in luxury catamaran design. The main idea behind the concept is to stress the superb space offered by catamarans thanks to their large beam, and to arrange this space in a similar way to motor yachts.

On a 90 feet yacht no less than 522 sqm will be available for the owner’s enchantment, this is something that one could never have on a regular motor yacht. This means a single large main deck spanning the entire beam, housing dining and lounging areas in both the exterior aft deck and inside the saloon to create a seamless, open space. The generously-sized master cabin is located in the front on the same level with its study area, walk-in wardrobe, private ensuite bathroom, etc.

The flybridge will include the helm station and two lounge areas (inside and outside), while the intimate terrace at the front of the main deck will comprise a jet ski with its crane and sun pads. An interesting feature is a beach club on the aft, created thanks to a special platform which gives access to all numerous water toys in the aft garage. Finished in cozy, warm interior design featuring only natural materials, this power mega yacht will operate in Thailand and will be delivered in the beginning of 2015.

Sunreef 80 Carbon Line Yacht LEVANTE by Sunreef Yachts

Sunreef 80 Carbon Line Yacht LEVANTE by Sunreef Yachts

The third sale is the second unit of the Sunreef 80 Carbon Line yacht, a superb sailing catamaran with the concept based on light displacement of 45 tones, performance and speed. It will made of an advanced composite sandwich combining vinylester, PVC foam and carbon/glass fiber, with a carbon mast and boom. First unit of this model was just launched at the shipyard and already gained a lot of attention from the clients.

The second unit is expected to launch in May 2014. Purchased by an American client, looking for his perfect carbon-made, performance yacht for the last two years all around the world before placing the order at Sunreef. The new Sunreef 80 will feature a beautiful master cabin on the main deck and a sophisticated navcom system.

Sunreef Yachts with its in-house design team will be present during the upcoming prestigious Monaco Yacht Show held between 25 – 28th of September 2013. You are welcome to visit its stand located in DARSE NORD, booth QD27. Besides these three new superyachts underway, the company will promote its new projects with mega trimaran 210 and a new 165 ft super sailing catamaran.

Below is a choice of the superb charter yachts built by Sunreef.