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
EXTERIOR PHOTOS: Sandro Bertozi; INTERIORS: Michele Chiroli JR and Loren Ridinger have owned a few megayachts over the years. However, all were brokerage buys. This time around, the American couple decided, they’d take the leap into commissioning a yacht. Not just any yacht, though. Utopia IV had to be different. She needed speed. She needed
The start of the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) is 21 days away. (If you’re really into countdowns, the show’s hompage has a digital clock ticking away the seconds, minutes, hours, etc.) Entering its 59th year, it’s long been the must-attend superyacht show stateside. Add in new VIP experiences, new international food vendors,
Who says muscles and curves can’t go together? Blue Runner 49, a concept from Rossinavi and Marco Casali – Too Design, combines the pleasing attributes of both design elements. She’s part cruiser pointing her bow toward far-away shores, and part pretty lady set to turn heads in any port. Furthermore, she’s already engineered. This means
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.
“Loren and I are having the time of our lives as we set forth on our first great adventure onboard Utopia IV.” So writes JR Ridinger, who with his wife Loren owns this newly delivered megayacht from Rossinavi. The Ridingers just departed the shipyard aboard their 207-foot (63-meter) yacht this week. What’s more, they’re chronicling