While every custom megayacht is arguably unique, there is absolutely nothing afloat that looks like Artefact. This 262-footer (80-meter), with an extraordinary amount of glass in striking shapes in her superstructure, launched this morning at Nobiskrug. More than arresting in design, the megayacht is significantly eco-conscious, too. Featuring a composite superstructure and steel hull, Artefact
Exceeding 5,500 gross tons displacement, and measuring about 351 feet (107 meters) LOA, FB272 is in the water at Benetti. She’s its second yacht in the 100-meter size range—appearing less than two months after its first, in fact. Benetti FB272 is very much a yacht of her owner’s making, from the concept down to the
A cold, crisp morning greeted Project Bravo as she slipped out of her build shed at Oceanco this weekend. The 357’6” (109-meter) megayacht is one of the most highly anticipated launches from the Dutch builder, and overall, this year. It’s not just due to her LOA, either. It’s due to the promise of pioneering features.
Though she won’t see delivery until springtime, Lady S slipped out into daylight on October 19. With her delighted owners present for the occasion, the megayacht marked the latest launch by Feadship. The 305-foot (93-meter) came outside under tow at the Royal Van Lent facility in The Netherlands. The shipyard has kept the majority of
An artifact is something of cultural and/or historical significance. The team behind the superyacht Artefact asserts she represents the same ideas. She has radically different—to say the least—styling, highlighted by tons (literally) of glass and window shapes never before seen. Artefact also incorporates propulsion technology never previously used aboard yachts. In addition, significant environmental-minded technology
In Greek mythology, Triton is the god who can calm or raise the seas. In yachting, Project Triton is among the megayachts coming together, literally, at Heesen Yachts. The shipyard joined the spec yacht’s hull and superstructure together to start off the month of September. The 164-footer (50-meter) is hull number two in Heesen’s 50