From the striking albatross sculpture nestled at her bow to the starry-sky lighting over her glass-fronted pool up top, Amadea leaves no doubt that she has elaborate elements. This 348-foot (106.1-meter) megayacht is available for sale for new owners to enjoy her voluminous spaces and shapely profile. The long-confidential megayacht was delivered by by Lürssen
The 459-foot (140-meter) megayacht bearing the code name Project Lightning is still receiving her final fit-out features and amenities in Germany. However, true to her code name, she put on quite a visual show one evening this month. Her colorful exterior deck lighting accentuates her place as one of the largest yachts in the world,
Sultan Qaboos bin Said, who has held the throne of Oman since seizing it in 1970, turning his country into a global diplomatic player, died last week. Additionally an avid superyacht owner, the sultan was 79 years old. The Oman News Agency released an announcement last weekend. It did not mention his cause of death.
Welcome to the first days of 2020, and the first days of the new decade. It’s human nature to look ahead at times like this, especially at some of the biggest boats set for launch this year. However, for perspective, we thought it better first to acknowledge how much the superyacht sector has grown. In
As 2019 drew to a close, we decided to take a look back at the megayachts and megayacht-related newsmakers that made headlines over the past year. More so, though, we decided to research what captivated the attention of readers like you. It will probably come as no surprise that significant-size new launches were the subjects
PHOTOS: Winch Media (interiors) and Klaus Jordan (exteriors) “Home to them feels like a castle in Florence, a hotel in Paris,” says Andrew Winch, speaking about the owner of Tis and his family. This family thoroughly enjoys travel, and the high level of service they receive at their preferred places like the famed Claridge’s Hotel