The last day of May saw the joined hull and superstructure for Project Asia make its way under tow to Royal Hakvoort’s shipyard from its subcontractor. The 200-foot (61-meter) megayacht, a.k.a. YN253, features naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design. Now in the outfitting stage, she’s gaining various systems, mechanicals, and of course her interior design.
About a month following her launch, Totally Nuts is embarking on sea trials. The sporty-styled superyacht should put up some equally sporty numbers during those sea trials, too. The yacht, which Feadship refers to as Project 706 due to confidentiality agreements, shows off her name boards in this video. Two tugs transported her from the Dutch
An owner has acquired a 246-footer (75-meter) already in build at Turquoise Yachts. The project, Turquoise NB69, only recently became ready for the interior installations stage. This still leaves plenty of opportunity for the customer to ensure the areas reflect how he and his guests like to live. Previously referred to as Turquoise’s 74-meter
UPDATE, OCTOBER 5, 2020: The keel-laying ceremony has just taken place, meaning Project Blue Marlin is on her way to her 2023 delivery. Furthermore, the shipyard has updated her LOA, to 254’9″ (7.77 meters). Perhaps the numeral is a sign of lucky things to come. Read on for our original article. Just as blue marlin
If you got excited reading headlines like “Bill Gates Orders €500 Million Hydrogen-Powered Superyacht” over the weekend, your elation is about to end. The co-founder of Microsoft did not commission this particular concept project, from Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design. Furthermore, despite published claims to the contrary, Gates did not buy a hydrogen-powered Feadship. The
We are now getting a better idea of what the code-named Black Shark should look like upon delivery in 2021. The recently joined hull and superstructure entered the water at Nobiskrug’s shipyard in Kiel, Germany. Two tugs then transported her to the yard’s other facility in Rendsburg. The 253-foot (77-meter) megayacht, whose keel laying took