It is unusual for so-called small megayachts to have main-deck master suites, or even to be trideck designs. The Extra X96 Triplex combines both, with fuel-friendly propulsion to bring something different to the market. As the first launch, Anvilugi gives curious customers something to consider. Anvilugi, whose LOA is 93’5” (28.5 meters), comes from the
Count a European customer among the fans of Extra Yachts’ crossover series. The client recently signed a contract for an X76 Loft, a twist on the smallest project available in the series. The crossover models, which the builder introduced in 2018, all bear an X designation. Besides this entry-level project, the lineup includes the X86
A trio of Italian yachting companies will bring an American cruiser’s large-yacht vision to life. The owner is taking delivery of the first Extra X99 from the Extra Yachts brand of Palumbo Superyachts. Extra Yachts, which already has the Extra X76 and the Extra X86 among its models, provides owners and guests with more volume
From her 258-square-foot (24-square-meter) flying bridge to her long, open aft deck, as well as her Audi-inspired Daytona Gray paint scheme, Haze stands out from other small megayachts. When she launched in August, the owner’s representative said, “We are confident the yacht will provide some fantastic experiences.” Those experiences primarily center around the aft deck.
“We are delighted with Haze, she looks fantastic.” Jordi Wilkes, the owner’s representative, shared this enthusiastic assessment yesterday during the launch ceremony. “The chosen exterior paint color and finish just enhances the wow factor.” The wow factor for this Extra 86 includes an elongated, wide-open aft deck, plus sporty styling. They were exactly what the
As the flagship of Extra Yachts, the Extra 130 Alloy series underscores the brand’s emphasis on offering the most volume available in a variety of different lengths. It’s a concept whose time has finally come. Just a few years ago, the yachting industry was hard pressed to get customers to understand that volume, not LOA,