From her 258-square-foot (24-square-meter) flying bridge to her long, open aft deck, as well as her Audi-inspired Daytona Gray paint scheme, Haze stands out from other small megayachts. When she launched in August, the owner’s representative said, “We are confident the yacht will provide some fantastic experiences.” Those experiences primarily center around the aft deck.
Cloudy skies had no impact on emotions the day that Kokoro came out of her build shed at Moonen Yachts. A name that refers to the heart, mind, and spirit, Kokoro belongs to an owner who is a longtime follower of the Dutch shipyard. The yacht, a.k.a. Moonen YN199, started on spec, with the owner
With boating and yachting surging, some industry insiders report cruisers keen to buy still outnumber available yachts. Project Triton, a.k.a. Heesen YN 18850, might solve that issue, since she’s ready for delivery. A sistership to Omaha, which saw hand over in 2018, Project Triton is hull number two in the Heesen 50M Steel series. The
Eight years after her owners took delivery of her, Cocoa Bean continues to cater to their cruising enjoyment. She promises even more enjoyment, having completed a multi-year, multi-phase refit in Spain. The owners of Cocoa Bean, a 243-footer (74-meter) from the now-defunct Trinity Yachts in 2012, chose Astilleros de Mallorca to perform all of the
McConaghy Boats is responsible for building winning raceboats, striking multihulls, and more. Custom solutions are a specialty, but since there’s an appetite for semi-custom craft, the Australian shipyard is introducing a new series. The Makara, featuring the Makara 85, 105, and 120, features carbon composite monohulls for families to enjoy cruising or racing with small
American cruisers who have spent the past three years enjoying a Moonen 84 are stepping up in size. They have acquired the spec-started YN200, the third hull in the Moonen Martinique series. The 119-foot (36.3-meter) megayacht follows in the footsteps of Brigadoon, which was hull number one, and the still-confidential YN199. Therefore, naval architecture is