The “43” in the project name Deep Blue 43 signifies her LOA in meters. Why, then, does Vasco Buonpensiere, co-founder as well as sales and marketing director of Cantiere delle Marche, say about this 141-footer, “we are about to build the smallest 80-meter yacht ever built”? Well, to be fair, the comment is an inside
Springtime 2021 probably can’t come soon enough for the owners of project LUX, a.k.a. FR042. That’s when these American cruisers will take delivery of their new megayacht from Rossinavi. LUX measures 49 meters, or the equivalent of 161 feet. She features styling from a studio familiar to the Italian shipyard, Horacio Bozzo Design. Several years
The American market is becoming more significant for Baglietto. An American owner is about a year away from taking delivery of an all-aluminum megayacht from the shipyard. For the time being, the shipyard just refers to her as the Baglietto 40M RPH. She is Baglietto hull number 10232. This 131-footer (40-meter) is special for a few reasons.
A 177-footer (54-meter) currently in build at Baglietto for an American family is finally seeing the light, sort of. We’re getting our first look at the unusual arrangement and ambiance awaiting them. We also now know who’s making it possible. Initially announced in the summer of 2017, Baglietto kept the megayacht top secret pretty much since
Mathematical equations lie at the heart of every yacht. Engineering a yacht to travel transatlantic, for example, requires various calculations. A pretty simple calculation lies at the heart of Elaldrea+ in a different sense. Her owner commissioned her from Benetti for family travel, plus more. That adds up to a newly delivered megayacht made to
If success is sweeter the second time, imagine, then, the emotion that the owner of Elaldrea+ felt upon seeing his latest Benetti launch yesterday. Measuring 160 feet (48.77 meters), she’s a significant step up from his previous megayacht. Indeed, the predecessor was a Benetti Classic 115, christened Elaldrea. The owner took delivery in 2002. In