PHOTOS: JEFF BROWN AND GIORGIO BARONI When a yacht owner asks for innovation as well as classic design elements, it may sound like an oxymoron. In the case of Madsummer, however, it is not. Demanding for sure, but a challenge to which the design and build teams rose. This nearly 312-footer (95-meter) from Harrison Eidsgaard,
In just over two weeks, the Monaco Yacht Show will bring together nearly 600 exhibitors from around the world. They represent megayacht builders and designers, gear suppliers, marinas, and more. Of course, thousands of visitors attend, too. The event is superyacht-specific, with approximately 120 vessels in the water. One-third are making their global debuts, too.
With sea trials underway, Irisha is making her first public appearances following departure from Heesen’s shipyard. She’s also doing so under her real name, for the first time. Irisha is the given name for YN 18151, a fully custom megayacht that Heesen signed in 2015. In traditional Heesen fashion, the hull number (“YN” designation) included
If you live for adventure, craving long-range travel experiences, especially to remote regions, this is the yacht for you. The CRN 86-meter explorer is just a proposal on paper—and video—for now. But she can come to completion on contract. The idea of an explorer yacht isn’t entirely new for CRN. In fact, she harkens back
PHOTO: Andreas Jens/TheYachtPhoto.com About 20 years after he first began working with his current broker, an American has seen his newest megayacht mark a significant milestone. She achieved her technical launch late last week. The code name is fitting for a 312-foot (95-meter) megayacht made for enjoying tropical climes: Project Fiji. The launch took place
She may be unfinished steel and aluminum for now. But “she” is Abeking hull 6502, a megayacht that Abeking & Rasmussen can discuss in just scant details for now. The superyacht structure made the switch from one shed to another at the shipyard last weekend. While in that shed, she’ll see most of the work