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Sailing Yacht GALILEO G available for charter

August 12, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The Palmer Johnson sailing yacht Galileo is currently available for charter in New England. With her 37.5 metres in length over all and her John Munford stunningly elegant and stylish interior she is sure to impress her guests. Super yacht Galileo can accommodate six to seven guests in three luxurious cabins and their comfort and well-being will be taken care of by a crew of five. ... read full story

Sailing schooner ATLANTIC – Profile of the entrepreneur Ed Kastelein

August 09, 2010

Written by Chelsea Smith

The 2010 Sailing yacht Atlantic is magnificent replica of the 1903 William Gardner designed three-masted sailing schooner Atlantic. The Owner, Ed Kastelein is the man responsible for the recreation of this wonderful new schooner Atlantic. Here is his story. ... read full story

Sailing Schooner ATLANTIC

August 09, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The 2010 launched classic schooner Atlantic, was beautifully recreated under the supervision of her Onwer Ed Kastelein at the Dutch shipyard Van der Graaf. She is a replica of the original sailing schooner Atlantic, the winner and long time record holder of the 1905 Kaiser’s Cup from New York to The Lizard. ... read full story

G.L. Watson & Co. designed Super Yacht NAHLIN

July 30, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

G.L. Watson & Co. 1929 designed yacht Nahlin was first built in 1930 by John Brown & Co. and after her rediscovery and repatriation she was recently restored to her full beauty. ... read full story

2010 Pendennis Cup in Falmouth

July 28, 2010

Written by Chelsea Smith

The Pendennis Cup 2010 from the 9th – 14th August, in Falmouth have 7 yachts confirmed for sailing event. There will be an entertainment programme that will complement the 5 days of competitive racing out on the waters of Falmouth Bay - giving owners and crews a chance to enjoy a “proper Cornish experience” and allowing them to enjoy Falmouth and its beautiful surroundings. ... read full story

Sailing Yacht RAINBOW moved to Holland Jachtbouw

July 21, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Sailing Yacht Rainbows hull during her transportation

Following the completion of her hull, the J-class sailing yacht Rainbow has now been transported to Holland Jachtbouw for further construction. The original Rainbow yacht dates back to 1934 and was designed by William Starling Burgess. Today's Rainbow sailing yacht is based on this original yacht, redesigned by Dykstra & Partners Naval Architects. ... read full story

Yacht NIHTO and Yacht VIS from 2pixel studio

July 20, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Yacht NIHTO and Yacht VIS, two interesting ex Yugoslavian vessels reborn under the supervision of 2 pixel studio. ... read full story

Classic sailing Yacht Tuiga wins overall in the Cowes Westward Cup Regatta 2010

July 19, 2010

Written by Mike Smith

The classic sailing yacht Tuiga won The Westward Cup Regatta 2010 at Cowes with with superyachts Mariette second and 3rd place going to to Mariquita. ... read full story

Sailing schooner Atlantic delivered.

July 12, 2010

Written by Chelsea Smith

The superyacht Atlantic, a 56m three-masted schooner which is a replica of the famous schooner ATLANTIC launched in 1903, has been delivered. Sailing yacht Atlantic was reportedly in La Rochelle, France for around 10 days where she completed some finishing touches and is now on her way to the Mediterranean to start her charter season. ... read full story

1962 Feadship Yacht Sirene under refit at Van Dam Nordia

July 06, 2010

Written by Eva Belanyiova

1962 Feadship Yacht Sirene during her refit at Van Dam Nordia

The Van Dam Nordia shipyard is one of the world’s oldest yacht-builders. Since shipbuilding is a trade that often goes from one generation to the next, the Van Dam yard has also been passed on through the family ranks. Until this day the yard is owned by the Van Dam family and run by Robert van Dam’s son in law Jacco Jongkind, Managing Director of the yard. The design department is lead by Robin ten Hoope, who has been co-responsible for the latest generation of Nordia yachts for the past 10 years. This month Van Dam Nordia welcomed the Yacht Sirene to our yard, a motoryacht built by Feadship in 1962. This lovely yacht has already had many modifications over the decades, and the current owner is aiming to bring her back to original state. Yachts Sirene is due to be ready in about three months time. ... read full story

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