One-hundred twelve feet (34.41 meters) in length, Liara launched earlier this week in Finland, at Baltic Yachts. While her owner eagerly looks forward to enjoying family cruising in summertime, competition is on his mind, too. Suffice it to say that when the 2019-2020 Caribbean superyacht regatta season starts, he intends to leave other racers in
The sloop-rigged sailing superyacht Liara may not look like much at this point. But, this point marks a significant step forward for her. Baltic Yachts released the composite hull from its mold, just days ago. Liara remains on pace for a spring 2019 delivery. At signing, the Finland-based shipyard simply referred to her as a
“This is a really light construction for cruising and racing, which makes it an exciting project.” So says Tommy Johannson, Baltic Yachts’ project manager. He’s referring to the Baltic 112 Custom designed by Malcolm McKeon, who in turn refers to the sailing superyacht as the MM341. Both sets of numbers come from her LOA: 112 in
Peace and quiet. Two things that plenty of us could use more of in our lives. The owners of Bijoux are reaping these rewards aboard their newly delivered yacht. She may be part of a new series from Moonen Shipyards, but she does not stray from its longtime emphasis on sound and vibration control, nor
Plenty of owners step up to bigger boats. Not so many, though, plan to do so while sharing the wheel with their crew. There was never any other thought for the owners of Cygnus Montanus, who, with their family members, are seasoned bluewater cruisers. Their recent delivery from Yachting Developments is made for easy, shared
Made for shallow-water cruising, the Moonen Matica series has seen its first launch. Bijoux is the name of the first 98-footer (30-meter) in this semi-custom series. The owners were on hand for the megayacht to emerge from her build shed. They have visited the Dutch shipyard a variety of times during the two-year construction process.