At 139 feet (42.5 meters), this megayacht, under construction on spec, is smaller than other globetrotters pursuing adventures in icy waters. However, the Arkin Pruva Explorer Ice Class meets RINA ice-class and unrestricted-navigation regulations. Further noteworthy for sensitive environments, she underwent a major reconfiguration to meet the IMO Tier III emissions regulations. We have reported
Are you an adventurer at heart? If so, you are the ideal person to join the World Yacht Rally, a 30-month sailing journey with stops in some of the most spectacular cruising grounds. Camper & Nicholsons is the exclusive yacht partner for the extraordinary journey, organized by Volvo Ocean Race, America’s Cup, and Olympic veterans.
One of the most famous and iconic megayachts in modern-day history is on the market for the first time. The original owner of the nearly 30-year-old Lady Moura have decided to list her for sale. From the day of her delivery in 1990 from Blohm + Voss straight through to now, Lady Moura has impressed
Today’s cruisers want to see more of the world. Naturally, charter brokers are exploring burgeoning destinations. Japan is one intriguing destination already rapidly gaining prominence among land-based travelers. Yacht charter in Japan could soon become a strong attraction, too, due to inroads being made by Camper & Nicholsons. They come through a new strategic alliance
If you’ve chartered to try before you buy, imagine having data instantly about what it would cost to build a yacht like the one you cruised upon. As an owner, would you like to have charter-guest feedback as soon as they disembark? Or, consider tapping detailed information instantly on yachts comparable to yours competing for
The infinity symbol is an endless loop, balanced at both ends. Yacht designer Fulvio De Simoni draws inspiration from this very same symbol. He incorporates it into each of the four megayachts comprising the new Infinity series from Rossinavi. Not just a design element, the loops frame two important areas of the yachts. What’s more,