May 26, 2017

New Model: Princess 62

Princess launch the new 62 for its Flybridge range. The all-new 62 encapsulates the Plymouth based shipyard's design and benefits of the latest infusion technology, enabling the inclusion of features normally possible only on much larger craft.  The silhouette of the 62 is unmistakably Princess, from the vast sweeping deck saloon windows to the clean lines of the canopy. New sculpted hull side windows, which are distinctive yet understated, give the exterior a dynamic appearance. Her hull form allows greater efficiency and fitted with twin Caterpillar 1000hp engines the 62 is anticipated to reach speeds up to 34 knots.  The Princess 62's flybridge inspires relaxation with a large dining area, a sun-pad aft and a unique circular forward seating area that can be converted into an additional sun-pad.  Inside the 62 offers a spacious main deck saloon with an astern galley arrangement that opens to the cockpit. The helm position is located to starboard with additional forward facing guest seating opposite. Below deck six guests enjoy three beautifully appointed en suite cabins all bathed in natural light from the elegant hull glazing, with the option of a further twin cabin aft for occasional guests or crew. The 62 features the latest evolution of the signature Princess Design Studio styling. Elegant shaped surfaces and precision layered geometry define the interior to form a truly tranquil environment with meticulous attention to detail. Bespoke furnishings including a handcrafted coffee table in the main deck saloon which beautifully blends the color and textures of timber, glass and leather, combine with soft suede, bronze tint mirrors, hand stitched detailing and Japanese wallpapers to create perfect harmony.
Technical Data:
LOA - 19.34 m (63.4ft)
Hull Length - 19 m
Beam - 5.03 m
Draft - 1.49 m incl props
Displacement - 29300 kg 
Fuel Capacity - 3400 l
Waterr Capacity - 793 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Volvo D13 900hp, Cats 12.9 1000hp
Propulsion - line shaft with four bladed propellers
Speed - 32 knots max with Cats 1000hp
Construction - vacuum infusion fiberglass
Project - Bernard Olesinski

May 25, 2017

Project: Sealine C430

Sealine now since some years owned by the German Hanse Group continue to move forward and show a newly developed C430 project.  A latest development in Sealine range, the new C430 follows the recently presented C530 in a smaller package.  As every Sealine, the C430 offers a considerable amount of space for its size and follows current trends of a fully enclosed hard top sport cruiser with a living and astern galley all on the main deck, and lower area dedicated for the cabins.  Here the buyer of a C430 comes with four choices from two large suites and or a three double cabin choice.  The Sealine will be powered by standard rather small for thirteen tons plus of displacement just doing it twin Volvo 300hp with IPS pods propulsion, which give an estimated 25 knots max speed.  Optional engines are for Volvo 370hp and or 435hp units also with IPS pod drives, this largest option giving a top speed of 33 knots.  

May 24, 2017

New Model: Cranchi 60 ST

Cranchi present the new 60 ST which is an update version for the Fifty 6 Soft Top launched in the fall of 2010.  The main distinction of the two models is the everybody wants it traditionalist do not like it large hull side windows now found on the new 60 ST.  But Cranchi also added one hundred liters of fuel capacity in the new 60 ST now 2100 from 2000 and also updated engine choices with the latest Volvo 625hp and 725hp coupled to forward facing IPS pod drives.  The 60 ST keeps the good stuff of the 56 ST that for having a large open but still protected cockpit deck. 
Technical Data: 
LOA - 18.52 m (60.8ft) 
Hull Length - 16.59 m 
Beam - 4.85 m 
Draft - 1.35 m 
Displacement - 22300kg  
Fuel Capacity - 2100 l 
Water Capacity - 540 l 
Accommodation - 6 berths in 3 cabins, 1 crew cabin berth 
Max Persons - 14
Engines - 2 x Volvo D11 625hp, D11 725hp 
Propulsion - Volvo IPS800 or 950 forward looking dual propeller pod drives 
Speed - 36 knots max, 27 knots cruise with Volvo 725hp engines 
Range - 300 nm at cruise speed 
Certification - CE B 

May 23, 2017

Project: Bavaria E34 Sedan

Bavaria E34 Sedan is the next step in the evolution of the E-Line as and the concept is unique in her size. Covering a length of ten meters, the E34 offers two fully-fledged twin cabins, two bathrooms and a large saloon with a unique all around panoramic view. In the center of the saloon is the central helm stand from which one does not only have a perfect overview of the yacht but is also in the center of the action. In front of the helm stand is the large pantry and the long saloon table.  Behind the helm is the large cockpit and a fold-able bathing platform. For those who would really like to relax, there is a large sun-pad on the bow.  The two cabins are generously laid out with their own bathrooms. Future owners can choose between a separate shower or an additional large storage space in the bow. The Bavaria E34 offers aft a complete small suite.  For the E34 Bavaria will offer single engine power choices which start from 60hp, and have 110 and 220hp optional choices.  The Bavaria E34 is also available with the environmentally-friendly Diesel-Electric-Hybriddrive as an option.  An E 34 Fly flybridge version is also available.

May 22, 2017

Improve-It = Pershing 74

The Pershing 74 is a recent success and now for 2017 it too has been given a substantial improvement which mostly concerns the interior decor. The new key features are the updated shades and the new Alpi wood and lacquer details, which provide a common thread running through the different rooms, appearing in everything from curtains to mirror frames and bathroom cabinets. The sophisticated finishes and fine details can be seen in the lounge, furnished with a large, L-shaped corner sofa towards the stern, a central table with a smooth leather top and a structural unit with a retractable flat screen TV. Ceilings and bulwarks are covered with Poltrona Frau leather in a light shade especially created to finish these decorative features. The leather on the helm station and seating is also made by Poltrona Frau. It marvelously complements the other finishes and the white oak flooring.  The galley is mid-level between the main deck and below deck. The units are coated with white gloss lacquer and once again there is a contrasting effect thanks to the dark Corian top.  The lower deck magnificently blends natural light with Led lighting, creating appealing effects that really bring out the ivory and dark grey hues of the interiors. In the full beam master suite, the paneling covered with Vescom wallpaper is masterfully broken up by “strips” of Led lighting. Two burnished mirrors make the space feel bigger and there is a king-size bed upholstered with Poltrona Frau leather, as well as two Artemide wall lights. Rounding off the furniture is a chaise lounge with textile upholstery by Zimmer + Rohde.  The style of the master suite is reproduced in both the fore VIP suite and the guest cabin, which comes with two parallel beds and can be fitted with a pull-man bed on request. They are all adorned with the same dark grey lacquer detailing, ceiling coverings, ice-colored bulwarks and Poltrona Frau leather upholstery. There are ivory carpets in all of the cabins. The basins in the bathrooms are made by Brera and the mixer taps by Ritmonio.  The Pershing 74 is equipped with twin MTU 1948hp which give a top speed of 44 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots, while offering maximum comfort with the trim at all times. 
www.pershing-yacht.com

May 21, 2017

New Model: Lynx YXT 24

When Lynx launched One in 2014 it was different to everything else on the market, and since then we are seeing more support inspired yachts launched at even bigger sizes.  Super yachts have grown to major dimensions today, and so bigger support vessels which also enter over the 24 meter size are starting to be build. The YXT 24 is the following of One, from a one-off it became an off the shelf custom model for the Dutch yacht builder who is rising to prominence with this series.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 26.3 m (86.3ft)
Waterline Length - 23.3 m
Beam - 6.9 m
Draft - 1.6 m
Displacement - 100 t full load
Accommodation - four guest berths in two cabins, 2 crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Cats C18 Acert 1015hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 16 knots max, 14 knots cruse
Range - 1250 nm at cruise
Hull Shape - semi displacement
Construction - aluminium
Project - Diana yacht design Holland exterior, and Weber for interior
Certification - CE A

May 20, 2017

Web: Apreamare New Web Site

Apreamare builder of the Gozzo traditional Italian fishing boat transformed cruiser and yacht, presents its new virtual web showroom. Apreamare was officially founded in 1983 by Cataldo Aprea. But the Aprea family started building boats back in 1849 when Giovanni Aprea from Sorrento, Naples starts wooden building rowing and sailing boats production for the dedicated fisherman of the area. The Aprea family lineage continues after World War II, and the shipyard starts to experiment by fitting car engines on the small Italian Gozzo fishing boat, and here come the first commissions for boats dedicated for pleasure. Cataldo who is a fifth generation Aprea joined the boat building family in 1973, to which ten years later he leaves the family company, and taking at heart what he learnt from his father founds Apreamare. The first model from Cataldo's Aprea is the 7 Smeraldo launched in 1987 during the Naples boat show. A year later to this Salvatore Pollio a constructor from the area joins Cataldo and here starts the Apreamare expansion which takes another high when the 9 Smeraldo the first planning Gozzo is launched. In 2000 Aprea becomes a joint stock company, and a year later to this the company joins the Ferretti Group. In 2010 Pollio and Aprea buy back the family brand which also includes the production facility in Torre Annunziata, Naples which started being built in 2002. In 2015 Apreamare makes group again and enters in the Cose Belle d'Italia franchise.  Today Apreamare offers twelve models; nine in the Apreamare traditional gozzo inspired range, and three from the Maestro series. Current entry level for Apreamare is the 32 Open, while flagship is the 82 Maestro, and the newest model is the 56 Maestro.  The new Apreamare website is available in three languages Italian, English, and Turkish and takes you around with the following buttons; Home, Company, Boat Range, Network, News, Owner's Club, Contacts, Privacy Policy, Dealers Area, and Language Version. Apreamare has also its Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram social media pages with link buttons for these on the top left of the page. 

May 19, 2017

Project: Eurocraft 45 M

Italian Savona super yacht specialist Eurocraft has revealed details for a new 45 M concept, coming from a design in collaboration with Federico Fiorentino from Milan.  For the 45 M Fiorentino offers a modern radical and contemporary style, and a research for maximum comfort during long periods at sea which equals a total reliability and efficiency. The Eurocraft 45m offers many key features such as an aft helipad, sundeck spa pool and plentiful tender storage on the aft deck.  Its interior layout will offer a six double cabins owner and guests layout. Delivery times for the 45 M is between 24 and 30 months from contract signing.

May 18, 2017

New Model: Tiara F44 Flybridge

Tiara launch the new F44 Flybridge model.  A flybridge motor cruiser based on the 44 Coupe with the added advantage of second helm and open air entertainment area up top.  Access to the F44 Flybridge is from stair style ladder to port side. The flybridge offers a C-shaped dinette to starboard, L-shaped forward facing lounge settee, helm station, and a wet-bar.  Accommodation is all the same as the 44 Coupe on the F44 with a living on the main deck, and below area dedicated for two cabins and two shower heads one of which en-suited for the owners cabin to fore.  Power comes from twin Volvo 435hp with IPS pod drives, or Cummins 550hp with line shaft propulsion.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.87 m (45.6ft)
Beam - 4.54 m
Draft - 1.2 m
Displacement - 14742 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 1324 l
Water Capacity - 446 l
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 435hp, Cummins QSB 6.7 550hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual prop IPS600 pod drives, or line shaft with Cummins engines
Speed - 30 knots max 25 knots cruise with Cummins 550hp, 29 knots max 24 knots cruise with Volvo 435hp and IPS
Range - 183 nm at 25 knots cruise with Cummins 550hp, 218 nm at 24 knots cruise with Volvo 435hp
Hull Shape - modified Vee with 18 degrees deadrise aft
Construction - gel coat exterior, with balsa cored side deck and premium resins
Certification - ABYC, NMMA, USCG, CE 

May 16, 2017

Project: Numarine 78 HTS

Numarine, the Turkish Istanbul yacht builder is delighted to unveil a new project the 78 HTS.  This new HTS is an evolution of the 78HT and retains the existing modern and strong signature design, while benefiting from a completely new comfortable sport flybridge with central upper helm station and four beautiful sun-pads with tilt/recline backrests. The new 78 HTS also hides a new “Silent Package” that utilizes a system of lithium-ion batteries along with a smart energy management system and an intelligent multi-stage air conditioning system. In simple terms, this allows to sit at anchor the entire day and run all electrical systems including air conditioning, audio/video, appliances, etc. with the generator running only for a short charge at midday which results in a complete silence while enjoying the sea at anchor. More importantly, after a short charge in the evening before going to bed, the Owner and his guests will be able to sleep in cool cabins without any noise except perhaps that of their peaceful snoring. This technical solution, along with the relentless efforts by Numarine Engineering to reduce all sources of noise, vibration and harshness, has made this 78 HTS a new benchmark for comfort on board, both in navigation, with luxury car noise levels, and when moored or anchored. Probably the quietest series-built yacht in its class today, with 66dB in the lower deck area at cruise speeds.