The launch of a new megayacht is a source of pride for her builder. But, the launch of L.A.U.L., which took place yesterday, is a special source of pride for Giuseppe Palumbo. The managing director of Palumbo Superyachts, Extra Yachts’ parent company, notes that she’s the third Extra launch of the year. Plus, she’s hull
If you like going fast, you’ll get with the Extra 86 Fast. She pledges a thrill ride upwards of 30 knots at maximum speed. Simultaneously, she has extra-beamy spaces, fitting for a brand named Extra Yachts. We’re giving you the first look inside before she makes her global debut at this month’s Cannes Yachting Festival.
The semi-displacement, extra-open Extra Yachts lineup is growing. Hull number one of the Extra 93 series slipped into the water this week. Made for a party of 10, she brings a stronger sense of volume to the sub-100-foot megayacht market. Initially, Extra Yachts was a series under ISA Yachts. However, Palumbo Superyachts, the parent company,
Forty-two days remain until the annual Cannes Yachting Festival. While not exclusively a superyacht show, it does showcase a healthy number of new and brokerage yachts to 180 feet (55 meters). This “smaller” emphasis makes the Cannes Yachting Festival ideal for seeing global premieres that might otherwise get lost in the sea of super-size superyachts
Palumbo Superyachts is the yachting arm for the Palumbo Group, a 52-year-old international shipbuilding company. Despite the yachting division being far younger, it quickly has amassed five locations for new-build and refit work, all in the Mediterranean. Naturally, being an Italian company, the headquarters are in Italy. Specifically, the city of Ancona, along the Adriatic
With IPS propulsion promising a top speed upwards of 30 knots, the Extra 86 Fast is true to her name. The new megayacht is further true to her name for providing extra-beamy and extra-open areas for owners and guests to spend time together. The first in the Extra Yachts series, the Extra 76, made her