PHOTO: YouTube Four hundred and sixty-six feet of luxury moved from one floating dock to another a few days ago in the waters of Germany. The code-named Project Redwood, currently in her completion shed, is one of the most anxiously anticipated megayachts currently in build, due to her size and what she pledges to be
PHOTO: Tom Van Oossanen Launch day is always an exciting day, for not just megayacht owners but also the shipyard. The craftspeople get to see the fruit of their labors in a nearly completed state, doing what she is supposed to do: float on her lines. Here, you get to see the newest Amels 180,
PHOTO: YouTube How long does it take to construct a yacht hull? The one for the Long Island 78 Power, a catamaran from JFA Yachts, takes shape pretty quickly in this time-lapse look. JFA Yachts announced it had signed a contract for this power cat last year. Measuring 77’9” (23.72 meters), the yacht places an
PHOTO: YouTube A 175-foot (53.3-meter) megayacht can stand out even among other megayachts. But when she towers above essentially everything else in a pretty packed marina, she looks extra-special. As you will see in this edition of our Sunday superyacht video watch, Delta Marine’s MLR dwarfed the rest of the boats in the popular Elliot
Three and a half days. This is how long it took Lady S to travel from the Royal Van Lent shipyard of Feadship down to Rotterdam and onward to her first sea trials on the North Sea. Along the way, she passed through more locks, drawbridges, and waterways than you can count on both hands.
Speed, stability, and comfort. Three simple words that sum up the story of Spectre. The 226-footer (69-meter) gained renown when Benetti revealed serial yacht owners John and Jeanette Staluppi commissioned her. Plenty of details arose, such as how she’d boast speed at extra efficiency. But, many further technical details awaited understanding. Longtime yacht broker and