Launched in August 2018, Silver Fox, the Baglietto 48M T-Line model, premiered worldwide the following month at the Cannes Yachting Festival. On the first day of the show, the Italian shipyard announced that she’d sold. Her sea-loving owner just saw the yacht in build, and her development through renderings. But, when he saw the finished
“When I started to work with Sanlorenzo, I asked myself: Why do we have to design passageways? Why sacrifice the width of a cabin for a service corridor that will be used for just three percent of its life? Out of this came my provocative idea: Let’s open things up, let’s get rid of them!”
In sport the saying goes, “Do not change a winning team!” So said German tech entrepreneur Hans Georg Näder, thinking about his sixth Pink Gin. In fact, after sailing with a 151’6” (46.2-meter) Baltic, he decided to have the new 174’10” (53.34-meter) sailing superyacht Pink Gin built by the Finnish shipyard, drawn by the same
Picture yourself on a luxury yacht with abundant space, especially outside. They include a lot of cozy places and a marvellous infinity pool with a waterfall. What would you say? Certainly, “Let’s go!” Andiamo (which, by the way, translates to “Let’s go”) is literally an invitation to step aboard and leave. The 157-foot (48-meter) Andiamo
Grande by name, Grande by nature. The Azimut Grande 35 Metri, premiered at the recent Cannes Yachting Festival, is the flagship of the yard’s semi-custom megayacht line. Aptly, she really is huge. Step aboard, and you’re immersed in the ambience of a yacht much larger than 35 meters (115 feet). Penned by Stefano Righini, who
ALL PHOTOS: Carlo Baronicini Sea Eagle is the second of a limited-edition series of three sailing superyachts from Royal Huisman. But, she represents more than that. The 141-foot (43-meter) sloop was delivered to a Taiwan-based lover of the sea and racing. Her owner, Samuel Yin, plans a world cruise and occasional participation in superyacht regattas.