While a lot of yacht watchers pay attention to launch day, subsequent days are equally important. For instance, the day Moonrise departed the waters around her build shed in The Netherlands for Amsterdam this month was pretty important. She headed off to get her propellers fitted and undergo some other checks before beginning sea trials.
Captured just a few days ago, the 223-foot (68-meter) Soaring is putting her engines and other machinery through their paces in the waters of Germany. This is the second set of Soaring sea trials so far, ahead of her impending delivery from Abeking & Rasmussen. While the project has been attracting interest among yacht watchers,
For decades, megayacht owners have requested tenders to match their motherships. However, a tender measuring nearly 84 feet is quite a different story. So, too, is a tender custom built with hybrid propulsion, to be more environmentally minded. The Perini Navi Eco-Tender may be unusual in these respects. This 83’7″ (25.5-meter) project is further unusual
From the striking albatross sculpture nestled at her bow to the starry-sky lighting over her glass-fronted pool up top, Amadea leaves no doubt that she has elaborate elements. This 348-foot (106.1-meter) megayacht is available for sale for new owners to enjoy her voluminous spaces and shapely profile. The long-confidential megayacht was delivered by by Lürssen
The 459-foot (140-meter) megayacht bearing the code name Project Lightning is still receiving her final fit-out features and amenities in Germany. However, true to her code name, she put on quite a visual show one evening this month. Her colorful exterior deck lighting accentuates her place as one of the largest yachts in the world,
There’s nothing quite like a yacht launch to start the year off. In the early morning hours on January 18, Soaring slipped into the water and came into better view in Germany. While she’s remaining on site at Abeking & Rasmussen for a while longer for final finishing work, she already has charter guests looking