Yachting Developments’ Hull 1012 has a name, and has had her first taste of salt water. She’s Cygnus Montanus, and she was feted at her launch over the weekend. The 110’10” (33.83-meter) Cygnus Montanus was commissioned by experienced sailors. Their inspiration: to cruise the world, including off-the-beaten-path locales, and to do so with a small
We’re getting glimpses at the interior design of the Matica series superyacht from Moonen, set for summer delivery. Contemporary and cozy were the watchwords from the owners for Adam Lay Studio. Judging from Adam Lay’s own commentary and that of the owners, the design firm hit the proverbial nail on the head. In fact, he
Located in the Antalya Free Zone in Turkey, Sarp Yachts has splashed its first project. She’s simply called the Sarp 46, measuring 151 feet (46 meters). Sarp Yachts has a purpose-built shipyard and is owned by a Turkish company in the food industry. The builder began the Sarp 46 on spec. She’s still available for
The owners of Hull 1012, a sloop set for delivery next year from New Zealand’s Yachting Developments, are giving us the first impressions of what the interior of their sailing superyacht will look like. While they’re still keeping the yacht’s name confidential, the owners are keen to travel the world aboard. In fact, they commissioned
A family well-versed in sailing will take delivery of a performance sloop from New Zealand’s Yachting Developments in 2016. For now, the project is being referred to as Hull 1012. The all-composite Hull 1012 measures 109’9” (33.5 meters). She’s larger than the owners’ previous sailing yacht, the name and LOA of which haven’t been revealed.
In a few short weeks an American couple will be cruising aboard their newest yacht, seen here a few days ago at the Bardenfleth, Germany facility of Lürssen. The 61-meter (203-foot) Lady Kathryn V has been referred to thus far as Project Coco. Like several recent Lürssen builds, Lady Kathryn V bears styling by Espen