Numarine 78 Flybridge Numarine North America

Numarine North America: New Service Division

Turkey-based Numarine has set its sights on American, Caribbean, and Latin American yacht buyers. The recently established Numarine North America will handle service for these owners. Numarine offers performance-oriented yachts and megayachts to 130 feet. Most thus far are hardtop or flying-bridge models, though a new explorer design is being marketed for build. The yacht […]

[Read More...]

Cerri Taps International Yacht Collection as Americas Rep

Cerri 102 Flying Sport foredeck

The Italian yacht builder Cerri, which recently began making inroads into the American marketplace, has new representation stateside. It’s International Yacht Collection, which will showcase the newest Cerri 86 at the Fort Lauderdale show later this month. Cerri was established in 1997 by Carlo Cerri, a businessman with a passion for yachts. The first model […]

[Read More...]

Benetti Building 2 100-Meter-Plus Megayachts

Benetti-100-meter-yachts

Two megayachts measuring more than 328 feet (100 meters) are now on Benetti’s order books. Benetti is keeping details close to the vest. For now, it will only reveal that both 100-meter-plus megayachts are being built at its Livorno site. (Benetti has two additional shipyards, one in Fano and one in Viareggio.) Super-size superyachts are not […]

[Read More...]

Marae Wraps Up Refit at Front Street Shipyard

Marae Front Street Shipyard

Following a five-month refit at Front Street Shipyard, Marae is back on the charter circuit. She’s the latest megayacht to make the yard increasingly popular with yachts of all sizes. That, in turn, underscores why Front Street Shipyard continues to keep expanding its footprint in Belfast, Maine. The 108-foot (33-meter) Marae, built in 2004 by Alloy […]

[Read More...]

Atlantic Refit Center Expanding Megayacht Service

PHOTO: B. Henry

Atlantic Refit Center has already welcomed some high-profile megayacht projects to its docks. Now the France-based facility will handle the lion’s share of refits in its region. It’s thanks to winning a competition conducted by the port of La Rochelle. The port wants the city to be considered the go-to refit region on the Atlantic […]

[Read More...]