February 22, 2017

New Model: Numarine 62 Hardtop

Numarine continue to expand there line with the new 62 Hardtop, called as project 60 in design construction stage.  A different aggressive looking nineteen meter sport yacht, with the new 62 Hardtop designer Can Yalman brings the  looks he proposed with the Numarine 70 a few years back in a smaller size.  The stand out feature of Can Yalman Numarine design is the attacking like looks, but also the different fore-deck with two side sun-pads and the forward looking bench settee. Just as the 60/62 Flybridge launched in the first part of 2016, the 62 Hardtop offers a spacious three double cabins interior layout, with full beam owners stateroom and all served with a private en-suite shower head.  A twin crew cabin is located aft.  Living is all on the main deck with a central positioned galley being center to a traditional layout, which can join form and function with the aft cockpit deck dinette.  Power for the Numarine is for standard Volvo 725hp with IPS pod drives with an optional choice for twin Volvo 900hp engines.    
Technical Data:
LOA - 19.16 m (62.8ft)
Beam - 5.1 m
Draft - 1.6 inc props
Displacement - 27.5 t light
Fuel Capacity - 4000 l
Water Capacity - 600 l
Accommodation - six guest berths in three cabins, 2 crew beds in 1 cabin
Engines - 2 x Volvo D11 725hp, D13 900hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual propeller IPS pod drives, or line shaft Volvo 900hp only
Speed - 35 knots max, 28 knots cruise
Range - 375 nautical miles at cruise
Project - Can Yalman
Certification - ISO9001:2000

February 21, 2017

Project: Jarrett Bay 67 Sport Yacht Hull#63

Jarrett Bay goes for a nostalgic classic looking sport fish design for this new currently in build hull number 63, for a 67 Sport Yacht.  This Jarrett Bay 67 Sport Yacht will feature a lot of first for the North Carolina custom sportfish boat builder from a traditional trunk cabin design, to an integrated built in part of the hull bathing platform.  Like all Jarrett Bay Hull#63 is to be constructed in the cold molded method of jig wood framing covered with fiberglass and epoxy.   Power will come from twin 1135hp Cat engines, 

February 20, 2017

New Model: Breedendam MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse

The new Breedendam MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse is a retro classic inspired cruiser built with the latest technologies and designed by famous Dutch Guido de Groot with naval architecture by Flamme. The comfortable wheelhouse is bright and spacious and features an electric hard-top roof and a sliding window between the salon and cockpit enhancing the alfresco ambiance. The combination of sturdiness thanks to the aluminium construction, sportiness and elegance makes the MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse a unique offer in today's market.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.37 m (43.8ft)
Length - 12.2 m
Beam - 4 m exl drives and props
Draft - 1 m
Displacement - 12.6 t
Fuel Capacity - 1600 l
Water Capacity - 300 l
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 435hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking IPS pod drives
Speed - 35 knots max half load
Hull Type - planning V
Construction - aluminium
Project - Guido de Groot design, Flamme for naval architecture
Certification - CE B

February 19, 2017

Project: Weaver 97

Weaver present the project for a new 97 feet flagship enclosed bridge sportfish super yacht. The Weaver 97, called as the 95 DC in project stage is the 1998 founded Baltimore builder largest build to date, with the builder arriving at the 80 feet super yacht size with a launch in 2008. Build in the hybrid type construction of wood and glass with the jig method the Weaver 97 will offer a total of eight staterooms.  The Weaver 97 is to be powered by twin MTU 2600hp engines and have a generous 15,000 liter fuel capacity.

February 18, 2017

New Model: Sunseeker 131 Yacht

Sunseeker continue to enjoy success in its one hundred feet plus sizes, and the new 131 Yacht launched in early 2016 is for sure the protagonist of the current line.  Sunseeker have indeed as of end 2016 delivered three 131 units, showing a nice demand of this model already on plan early construction stages.  The 131 Yacht replaces the 40 Meter Yacht of which it is based on, and stands as Sunseeker second in size model behind the 155.  A three deck plus sun bridge up the 131 Yacht offers a layout of five guests suites with owners staterooms on the main deck.  Sunseeker also offers a six guest cabin version.  Crew accommodation is for nine with a captains cabin behind the pilot house.  Power comes from twin MTU 3181hp which give a max speed of 25 knots.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 40.05 m (131.5ft)
Beam - 8.09 m
Draft - 2.7 m
Displacement - 191,156 kg
Fuel Capacity - 21650 l or 26700 l with optional long range fuel tank
Water Capacity - 4950 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins or twelve guests in six cabins, nine crew in five cabins 
Engines 2 x MTU 3181hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 25 knots max, 14 knots cruise, 10 knots economic cruise
Range - 1500 nm at 10 knots

February 17, 2017

Project: Monte Carlo Yachts MCY96

Monte Carlo Yachts has announced the development of the new MCY 96, an almost thirty meter super yacht that both further develops the MCY design philosophy and technical specifications and boosts the company's collection through a unique vessel with a scope and defining traits.  The new MCY 96 has been designed according to the highest standards on the market and complies with RINA Pleasure or Charter Class certifications. Upon request, the new model can also be certified according to CE-A category standards to be utilized as a pleasure boat or according to MCA MGN 280. The possibility to choose the preferred type of certification represents a quite unique feature and a highly significant added value for the owner.  Following the success of the award-winning MCY 105, the MCY 96 enters the collection as the result of Monte Carlo Yachts prominent and continued investments in the superyacht category, and will be followed by new models in the next future. The design of the MCY 96 was once again entrusted to Nuvolari Lenard. The firm's development of the MCY collection award-winning design philosophy shines throughout every nuance and detail of Monte Carlo Yacht's and maximizes key concepts and contents to achieve unprecedented results in its category. The yacht stands out for its smooth lines, high bow and deceptively low profile that confer its external profile a timeless, contemporary allure that is the natural evolution of the iconic MCY lines while keeping a coherent consistency with the rest of the collection.  Monte Carlo Yachts will present the new MCY 96 at an exclusive, invitation-only event in July before showcasing it at the Cannes, Monaco and Genova yacht shows.  Three units have so far been sold of the Monte Carlo Yachts MCY96.

February 16, 2017

New Model: Carver C52 Command Bridge

The new Carver C52 Command Bridge offers three staterooms and two heads in one of the most spacious layouts of a motor yacht of this size. Owners and guest will enjoy its large, open-concept cockpit with fully opening glass patio doors. The flush threshold leading to the spacious salon with wide side decks offers easy access to the large fore-deck seating area. Unique design elements include, a full-beam master stateroom with private entrance and a master head with a large stall shower. Two additional staterooms, a second head with a stall shower, a large aft galley, and a host of well-thought-out amenities. The Carver C52 Command Bridge is powered by standard twin Cummins 480hp engines, with optional 600 and 715hp choices.
Technical Data:
LOA - 15.19 m (51.9ft)
Beam - 4.78 m
Draft - 1.22 m
Displacement - 19051 kg dry with standard engine
Fuel Capacity - 2082 l
Water Capacity - 568 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSB 6.7 480hp, QSC 8.3 600hp, QSM11 715hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Construction - fiberglass hand laid and vacuum infusion with Vinilester coat
Certification - CE, NMMA, USCG

February 15, 2017

Project: Riva 56 Open

Riva continues to push forward, and at the first important World boat show of 2017 presents a new project for a 56 Open model.  Again a design to Officina Italiana of Mauro Micheli and Sergio Beretta, Riva designers since the early nineties the 56 Open presents itself as a huge day sport yacht with spacious exterior spaces, offering a central sun-pad, L-shaped dinette, L-shaped passenger settee, wet-bar galley area, and helm station.  The interior will offer two large owner and VIP cabins, midships and forward, with a separate crew cabin.  In between the cabins is an L-shaped saloon and galley.  Power for the 56 Open will come from Man 1000hp or optional 1200hp engines with estimated top speed being in the region of 39 knots with the large optional choice. Currently under construction the Riva 56 Open hull one should launch in late Spring, and will feature a shark grey color.   

February 14, 2017

New Model: Absolute 58 Fly

Absolute start 2017 in full throttle presenting its first novelty of the year with the new 58 Fly, a latest addition to its Flybridge range.  The Absolute 58 Fly will impress for its spaces in seventeen meters of length and a three cabins three heads layout.  Living is all on the main deck with an astern galley and dinette opposite layout.  The flybridge of the 58 Fly is also a spacious affair, with a central C-shaped dinette, L-shaped forward facing passenger settee, helm station to port side, wet bar, and a free stern space.  The Absolute 58 Fly as all new models presented from the Italian builder in the last decade will be propelled by IPS pod drives with twin 600hp Volvo engines.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 17.24 m (56.6ft)
Beam - 4.8 m
Fuel Capacity - 2000 l
Water Capacity - 600 l
Max Persons - 14
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Volvo D8 600hp
Propulsion - Volvo IPS800 forward looking dual propeller pod drives
Project - Absolute Research and Development Lab
Certification - CE B

February 13, 2017

Project: Estensi 485 Goldstar S

Estensi present the project for the 485 Goldstar S.  An evolution of the 48, the 485 Goldstar S evolves one of Estensi Goldstar series most popular models with the  addition of windows serving the cabins, and the change of shape to the side saloon windows.  For the remaining the 485 Goldstar S keeps the traditional interior layout formula of the 48 for an interior with three double cabins, midships crew cabin, and a split level saloon with C-shaped saloon, and dinette.  Power for the Estensi 485 Goldstar S comes from twin Volvo engines of 500hp or optional 575hp units with line shaft propulsion.