PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: Guy Fleury Photography In the early-morning hours of December 5, one of the most famous sailing superyachts in the world quietly slipped out of a shed in The Netherlands. The relaunch of Ranger at Vitters Shipyard comes after what has been an extensive refit. Ranger, of course, is the famous replica of
For the past five days, people in the UK have been buzzing about a particularly large yacht tying up in the River Thames. Seeing Bravo Eugenia in London is unusual indeed, since the city doesn’t typically see many vessels of this size. While most of the major media coverage has focused on her luxury features,
M people are focused on end-of-year celebrations right now. Heesen Yachts, however, has its eyes on both December as well as the early part of 2020. Not only does it anticipate launching Project Triton in less than a month, but it also expects to hand her over to a customer by February. With accommodations for
With hull numbers one through three in discussions with clients, the Sunseeker 161 Yacht is doing just what Sunseeker wanted. It is confirming that the British builder should expand into large superyacht sizes, while remaining true to its semi-custom nature. Furthermore, it is confirming that the builder can bring something different to the proverbial table.
A year ago, Nordhavn’s management team thought it would be fun to create a film festival, featuring the movies its customers make. They travel the world, so understandably these yacht owners have fantastic footage from their travels, and experiences. Little did the team anticipate, though, that the Nordhavn Film Festival would attract more than a
In 1991, an extraordinarily large yacht by the standards of the time saw delivery in Europe, from Amels. Katamarino measured 184 feet (56.2 meters), springing from the drawing boards of the late Jack Hargrave. Little could the naval architect imagine that 28 years later, a larger superyacht would launch from a shipyard bearing his name.