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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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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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Feadship Refits One of Its Own, Utopia, During Repeat Visit

Since Feadship’s Royal De Vries yard initially built Utopia in 2004, the 234’9” (71.6-meter) megayacht has returned twice for refits. The most recent refit, which wrapped up in June, commenced in March, making for a pretty tight timetable

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Liberty, New Megayacht Concept From Burger Boat Company

No doubt Henry Burger would approve. One hundred and fifty years after the young German immigrant established the H

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First Couach 2600 Fly

While some megayacht builders are heading into bigger-boat territory, Couach went a bit smaller with the 2600 Fly. Believe it or not, the 85’10” (26.2-meter) megayacht is the French builder’s first in the 80-foot range

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Hull No. 2 Launches in Codecasa 42 Vintage Series

She’s known simply as Hull F75 for now, but this grey-painted, steel-hulled megayacht is the second in the Codecasa 42 Vintage Series, a semi-custom line developed entirely in house.

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Moll Vell Marina Making Progress for Early 2014 Opening

Moll Vell, the megayacht marina being developed in the shadows of the famed cathedral in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, is still many months away from its official opening, but it’s already hosted one significant event and making up for lost time.

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