This past Sunday, the superyacht Illusion Plus completed a major step toward delivery. She concluded her series of sea trials in the waters off Yantai, China. Illusion Plus is currently the largest megayacht from Asian shores, measuring 290’4” (88.5 meters). Pride Mega Yachts has had her in build for several years now, begun when the
The largest megayacht built in China slipped into salt water for the first time this week. Illusion Plus, coming in at 290’4” (88.5 meters), did so on April 11. Rising six decks high, Illusion Plus has extraordinary volume, a 3,603-gross-ton vessel. Her builder, Pride Mega Yachts, is situated in Yantai. The shipyard went by the
Come the third quarter of this year, you could start cruising aboard the largest project from Pride Mega Yachts. Illusion Plus not only measures 290 feet (88.5 meters), she has six decks and an interior volume exceeding 3,600 gross tons. If the name is familiar, you may remember the builder announcing Illusion a few years ago.
Complementing the SeaXplorer 75 and 65 models, Damen, the shipbuilder which counts Amels among its holdings, has a smaller global traveler to offer. The 55.7-meter (182’7”) SeaXplorer 55 is as capable of taking you to the Arctic and Antarctic regions as she is your favorite warm-water islands. Every SeaXplorer employs a hull developed by Damen
The largest megayacht made in The Netherlands wrapped up several days of sea trials last week. All that’s left for Jubilee, coming in at 361 feet (110.1 meters) and 4,523 gross tons, is to sell. The current owner of Jubilee decided to list her last month, while still wrapping up work at Oceanco. Though her
A German yacht owner is that much closer to taking delivery of a long-awaited explorer. This, following the yacht, to be christened Sandalphon, undergoing reconstruction by Holland-based Balk Shipyard. Initially measuring 88’6” (27 meters), Sandalphon started construction in Brazil. In 2015, the owner shipped the partially-complete megayacht to Balk Shipyard, as the code-named project Gisele.