It already had the ability to welcome megayachts up to 361 feet (110 meters) to its docks. It also can do works in a sheltered graving dock for projects to 335 feet (102 meters). Now, a newly christened shiplift at Amico & Co. in Genoa, Italy, will let it haul out even more megayachts, specifically
UPDATE, NOVEMBER 18, 2019: Fire officials were still at Universal Marine Center on Sunday. They were trying to extinguish hot spots while a crane removed scaffolding from around the yachts. Investigation into the cause, and salvage, will begin once the scaffolding is gone and crews can access the yachts. Read on for our original story.
Sunseeker took the yachting industry, and customers, by surprise in announcing not only the Sunseeker 161 Yacht in 2018, but also that it was expanding into aluminum construction. While it was news to the public, it was actually part of a carefully crafted vision. In fact, the model was just the first in an official
An international emissions mandate taking effect on January 1, 2021 may see a number of megayacht builders stop construction for certain models. Viking Yacht Company is one of them. Specifically, the Viking 93 Motor Yacht (below) and 92 Convertible (above), its two largest series, may cease production. However, “This is not just about Viking,” says
Italy-based Sundeck Yachts builds yachts in the spirit of traditional Italian navettas (trawlers). Yet, they also have modern flair and a burst of speed. With a new office in Fort Lauderdale, it is marketing stateside for the first time. In fact, the upcoming Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show marks your first opportunity to meet the
After more than half a century in business in South Florida, Bradford Marine has earned a loyal customer base. In the hands of new ownership since January, it’s about to receive multi-phase updates. These will improve the customer experience whether seeking dockage, refit, or brokerage services. Ultimately, the Bradford Marine renovations will “revitalize this iconic