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Front Street Shipyard Refitting Megayacht Magic

For the next several months, the 130-foot (39.6-meter) megayacht Magic will be inside the climate-controlled shed at Maine-based Front Street Shipyard. Built by Northern Marine in 2005, Magic changed hands last autumn and is undergoing several significant changes to suit not just the owner but also the charter market. Front Street Shipyard is increasingly being […]

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Benetti Introduces Fast Displacement Megayacht Line

Benetti has a new model line, Fast Displacement, making the Italian shipyard the latest megayacht builder to embrace a version of the fast-displacement hull form. Until now, Benetti has focused on displacement and semi-displacement yachts, built on a custom and semi-custom basis

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Following Fire Aboard Benetti FB261, Shipyard Pledges Changes

FB261, a 184-footer (56-meter) nearing completion at Benetti, was damaged in a fire that broke out onboard on August 20. While insurance investigators are still evaluating the situation, a few details have been released, and Benetti has further released a statement about how it plans to stem off future similar situations. The megayacht was in..

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Shipyard Spotlight: Hacker Boat Company

Hacker Boat Company and its all-wood Hacker-Craft brand are well known on both sides of the Atlantic, used as primary boats for some, but also tenders for a number of megayachts.

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Raffles Yacht Rebrands as Pryde, to Take Megayacht Illusion to Monaco

Raffles Yacht, the Chinese yacht builder known for constructing the proa-like Asean Lady and classic replica Nero, is now called Pryde. To promote the new name and better convey its capabilities to the international yacht-buying community, Pryde is also planning to display Illusion, the largest megayacht made in China, at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show.... [Continue Reading]

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Shipyard Spotlight: Holland Jachtbouw

Founded 23 years ago, Holland Jachtbouw has delivered more than 35 fully custom sail and power megayachts for racing and cruising enthusiasts alike.

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Bradford Marine Now Repping Danish Yachts in USA

To strengthen its global reach, Danish Yachts has tapped Bradford Marine to be its sales and service representative for the United States as well as the rest of North and South America. In terms of new yacht and megayacht sales, Bradford Marine’s brokers Paul Madden and Parker Bogue each visited Danish Yachts’ nearly 91,500-square-foot (8,500-square-meter) shipyard in...

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Skat Completes Refit With Royal Huisman’s Huisfit

While Royal Huisman is best known for building sailing superyachts, its Huisfit refit and repair division is increasingly attracting a variety of power and sail projects. It recently completed work on a few significant projects, including the famed 231’10” (70.7-meter) Skat, which arrived late last fall.

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SYBAss Gets Twin Crew Cabins OK’d on Super-Size Superyachts

MCA’s newest Large Commercial Yacht Code, LY3, will now permit megayachts in the 3,000- to 5,000-gross-ton range to include twin cabins for non-officer crewmembers, thanks to petitioning by the Superyacht Builders Association (SYBAss). To be clear, SYBAss and its members are not against the principle of comfortable living conditions for crew

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Pendennis’ Falmouth Megayacht Yard Expanding

Come September, megayachts seeking refit work at Pendennis’ six-acre shipyard in Falmouth, England will be able to take advantage of the first phase of a multi-year reconfiguration and expansion. Of course, new builds will also benefit from the changes, which will continue to be made for the next two to three years. But, given the..

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