Comfortable cruising? Check. Racing? Check. Liara does both. While she soaks up the last of the Mediterranean summer, this Baltic 112 superyacht sloop has her eyes on some big prizes. Come wintertime, she’ll cross the Atlantic to participate in February’s RORC Caribbean 600. That 600-mile offshore race isn’t enough, though. She’ll then participate in the
If you like going fast, you’ll get with the Extra 86 Fast. She pledges a thrill ride upwards of 30 knots at maximum speed. Simultaneously, she has extra-beamy spaces, fitting for a brand named Extra Yachts. We’re giving you the first look inside before she makes her global debut at this month’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
Though she changed hands late this winter, the then-recently delivered Spectre continues to attract attention. Given multiple facts about her, it is no surprise. The 1,000-ton-displacement yacht, for example, required 750,000 man hours to construct. In addition, measuring 227’4″ (69.3 meters), the yacht represents the third Benetti for her original high-profile owners, John and Jeanette
At 141 feet, the ISA Alloy 43 series is in the LOA range where most megayacht clients currently own and/or buy. With an abundance of yacht builders addressing it, competition is tough. But, ISA Yachts believes this new aluminum series will succeed in attracting customers wanting sporty looks and moderate cruising speeds. Hull number one,
If ever there were a satisfied customer, the owner of RJ, hull number one in the A105 series, would be it. He’s now a three-time Arcadia Yachts client, over the past seven years. Obviously, he’s a believer in the lower carbon footprint promised by the hull design and usage of solar panels. The latter is
When a shipyard offers a series, sometimes buyers believe there’s little variation from boat to boat. Not true. A case in point is the Swan 115 series from Nautor’s Swan. The owner of Odin asked for far different things compared to the first three clients attracted to the series. Nautor’s Swan considers Odin the most