The team at Damen Shipyards wasn’t the only group excited to see Joy Rider launch on July 5. Yacht enthusiasts from around the globe got to see the process, too. The Damen Yacht Support team livestreamed the launch from its headquarters in Gorinchem, The Netherlands on Instagram. If you missed the live cast, never fear.
Hitting top speeds approaching 16 knots, the new Excellence embarked on her first set of sea trials today in Germany. In the process, she gave the yachting community better looks at her dramatic and decidedly uncharacteristic styling. This new Excellence is reportedly the sixth same-named megayacht for her owner. We say “reportedly” because the
Visitors to New York City’s Times Square are accustomed to seeing unusual sights. But a yacht? Your eyes won’t deceive you if you’re there. Through June 11, Azimut takes over Times Square, in celebration of its 50th anniversary. While she’s not a superyacht, the Azimut S6, showing up all over social media, is the biggest
“Welcome to the Atlantic Ocean!” Jared Watney says, as the bow of Arience rhythmically encounters some big waves. Watney is a crewmember with the 197-foot (60-meter) megayacht, which as you’re reading this is a little more than halfway across the Atlantic Ocean, heading to the Med. If you’ve ever wondered what happens before and during
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,