ALL PHOTOS: Scoobyart A five-deck explorer is one thing. But a five-deck explorer in a 140-foot (42.8-meter) length, within the 500-gross-ton limit, too? Plus, an explorer where the owner not only lives aboard, but also carries a 33-foot (10-meter) main tender, along with a Land Rover and motorbike? And did we mention two guest staterooms
Why have one swimming pool with a waterfall onboard when you can have two? The Columbus Classic 120-meter, a nearly 400-foot-long megayacht, offers this. Though she isn’t yet under construction, she is ready for a buyer to step in and tailor, for a party of 22 to enjoy swimming, spa-ing, and more on global cruises.
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
In its ongoing effort to bring sleek, sporty, coupe-styled superyachts to the marketplace, ISA Yachts is making quite a statement with its latest design proposal. Project Crossbow is a 328-foot (100-meter), a most unusual size for this design. That’s part of the intent. With naval architecture and interior design by Hydro Tec, Crossbow shows what
A crisp, late-winter morning greeted specially invited guests, including several media, at the launch party for Dragon in Ancona, Italy today. The 261-foot (79.5-meter) megayacht received a blessing from a priest before a powerhouse performance by a violinist. A few minutes after her rendition of the anthemic “We Are the Champions,” a shower of confetti
In about a week’s time, one of the largest megayachts made in Italy celebrates her official launch. For now, Dragon, with an impressive volume of 2,200 gross tons, sits patiently outside of her construction shed at the Columbus Yachts shipyard in Ancona, Italy. Not only is Dragon one of the largest “made in Italy” megayachts,