The time-honored tradition of launching a yacht aft down a slipway occurred yet again last week, this time in Germany. On September 18, the code-named Project Enzo made an impressive entry into the water as part of her technical launch at Lürssen. Though she has a ways to go before completion, these are the first
PHOTO: YouTube Four hundred and sixty-six feet of luxury moved from one floating dock to another a few days ago in the waters of Germany. The code-named Project Redwood, currently in her completion shed, is one of the most anxiously anticipated megayachts currently in build, due to her size and what she pledges to be
With an LOA of 466 feet (142 meters), Project Redwood is among the largest megayachts under construction. She’s taken another major step forward in that construction at Lürssen, too. She’s moved into a floating dock for more of her superstructure assembly. Initially announced by her project-management team at Moran Yacht & Ship as 456 feet
EXTERIOR PHOTOS: Francisco Martinez Delivered 33 months after her keel laying, DAR (her name is an acronym) is more than a remarkable achievement in yacht design and construction. Her imposing, black-and-white, 295-foot (90-meter) LOA certainly gets people talking. So, too, does the common design thread, inside and out, of inspiration from nature. The story behind
In just over two weeks, the Monaco Yacht Show will bring together nearly 600 exhibitors from around the world. They represent megayacht builders and designers, gear suppliers, marinas, and more. Of course, thousands of visitors attend, too. The event is superyacht-specific, with approximately 120 vessels in the water. One-third are making their global debuts, too.
Dar is the real name for the daring-in-design Project Shark from Oceanco. And, according to the yacht spotters from the social-media platform Dutch Yachting, Dar did a healthy 20 knots while returning from sea trials on Monday. What’s more, Oceanco confirms it has handed her over, and is revealing more details. The superyacht is healthy herself