PHOTO: Carl Groll/TheYachtPhoto.com Sunny skies heralded the appearance of a superyacht whose name conjures images of spending warm days under bright-blue heavens. Madsummer slowly slipped out of a floating dock, thanks to guidance from a tug, at one of the facilities at Lürssen earlier today. Unlike most of the German shipyard’s projects, the 312-footer (95-meter)
The last year of the decade has dawned. That calls for reflection on what’s to come. For us, it especially means taking a look at highly awaited launches and deliveries. Every year, of course, holds the promise of fascinating projects. But, with bigger boats than ever in build, and technology blazing new paths, the 12
As much as superyachts have elegant interiors showcasing custom-crafted cabinetry, artistically inlaid stone, and more, some sneak in a bit of whimsy. Amid the serenity set by the warm, grey palette aboard Irisha, for example, you’ll find big, bold pops of color. They range from regal purple to grassy green, taking up entire walls, too.
With the sound of her horns, Elandess pointed her bow north on the Weser River in Germany, departing Abeking & Rasmussen on her delivery journey. It marked the end of what was approximately a three-year build project. The first glimpses of Elandess, measuring 244 feet (74.5 meters), occurred last summer. Though she was still bare metal,
UPDATE, MAY 23, 2018: Elandess is conducting her first set of sea trials. That bodes well for delivery to occur during the summer. Read on for our original article. Watch as all 244 feet (74.5 meters) of the secretive superyacht known as hull 6502 appears close to completion at Abeking & Rasmussen. She quietly
CRN is tapping the growing travel trend of venturing to far-flung locales and discovering new places. Simply termed an explorer yacht, this 282-foot (86-meter) concept design comes from collaborating with Harrison Eidsgaard (formerly Eidsgaard Design). As much as she’s a nod to the present, she is also a nod to the past. As to the