Al Lusail Bids Goodbye to Lürssen

About 10 months after she launched, Al Lusail departed Lürssen for her maiden voyage. When she came into view last October, still known as Project Jupiter, she sent yacht-watchers into orbit. Her length, just over 403 feet (123 meters), was certainly one reason. So, too, her styling commanded attention. Lürssen terms it “sporty and aggressive.” Continue reading


PHOTO: Nils van Houts

Feadship 696 Slips Into the Water

Sunny skies greeted hull 696 today outside of Feadship’s facility in Aalsmeer. Although this is not her official launch, it is the first the public is seeing of the nearly complete project. However, it will be a bit longer before the public will learn the name of this mostly confidential megayacht. The build and design Continue reading


PHOTO: Bob Baer/Flickr

Great American Eclipse: Watch in 6 Superyacht Regions

In case you’ve been living under a rock, on Monday, August 21, the United States will experience a total solar eclipse. The astronomical event will make history. The last total solar eclipse in the continental U.S. occurred in 1979. But, it crossed just five states. For the last coast-to-coast total eclipse, you have to go Continue reading