For the first time ever, the J Class is competing as a fleet at the upcoming Antigua Superyacht Challenge. Not only that, but the same four J Class racers will go on to compete on their own custom course at additional high-profile regattas straight through 2021. Next month at the Antigua Superyacht Challenge, the four J Class racers will be
Megayachts to 164 feet (50 meters) cruising in Australia have a new option for service and refit. Part of the Gold Coast Marine Precinct in Coomera, The Boat Works has opened phase one of its new refit yard, after nine months of construction. With an overall focus on maintenance and refit, the 55-acre property has been catering to smaller
What happens when a kite surfer, who also happens to be a world-record holder, decides he wants to go faster? He invents Fliteboard, an efoil, also known as an electric hydrofoiling surfboard. This super-cool (and super-quiet) watertoy has been catching waves (no pun intended) overseas for a while. Finally, it is available in the United States.
The first megayacht in the Bilgin 263 series, Tatiana, took to the water today. Not only is she the largest project to date from Bilgin Yachts, but also she marks the biggest build from any Turkish shipyard. Throughout construction, the shipyard has referred to the project as Bilgin 263-1. She commenced construction in 2015, with styling and naval
This 85-footer (26-meter) is one of a few sizes available in the new Van der Valk Pilot series. With a high, proud bow reminiscent of explorer yachts, along with the large glass panes and other stylistic elements of modern motoryachts, these semi-custom megayachts come from the drawing boards of Cor D. Rover Design. The Van der Valk Pilot series
All 239 feet (72.85 meters) of Feadship Project 705 are now out in the open at the shipyard. She floated out of her build shed this week, in preparation for the traditional christening formalities in a few weeks' time. When we last saw Feadship Project 705, she was on the move to the Royal De Vries shipyard in Aalsmeer, The Netherlands, from the