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October 2014 Motoryacht Video: Feadship’s Como

At “just” 151’6” (46.22 meters), Como is one of the smaller yachts to emerge from Feadship in recent years. To equate her size with insignificance would be a mistake, though. Como is, from her whale-tail-shape mast to her racecar-inspired hull lines, a considerable example of custom yacht construction

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Peters & May Pink Lashings, for Breast Cancer Cause

Yachts and megayachts being transported by Peters & May through the winter have a colorful option, for a good cause, for their lashings. The company is offering pink straps in an effort to raise £25,000 (about $39,800) for a breast cancer charity. Specifically, the Peters & May Pink Lashings effort is to benefit Breast Cancer […] The post Peters & May Pink Lashings, for Breast Cancer Cause appeared first on Megayacht News .

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Icon 250, In Build for 2017 Delivery

The yacht known for now as Icon 250 is officially underway at Icon Yachts. The hull arrived this week from Icon Yachts’ subcontractor.

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Numarine North America: New Service Division

Turkey-based Numarine has set its sights on American, Caribbean, and Latin American yacht buyers. The recently established Numarine North America will handle service for these owners. Numarine offers performance-oriented yachts and megayachts to 130 feet.

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Yara 44, ISA Yachts’ 1st Fast Displacement Project

ISA Yachts has earned a reputation for building stylish, swift yachts, but it’s also expanded into displacement yachts. Thanks to the Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen Naval Architects, its clients no longer have to choose efficiency over speed, or vice versa

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Kingship Enters Sailing-Yacht Arena With Barracuda Yacht Design

Kingship, which thus far has focused on power yachts and power catamarans, has a sailing-yacht client. The Asian yard commissioned Barracuda Yacht Design to pen this flybridge sailing yacht.

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Cooper 800 Yacht Tender Premieres in USA

A five-year-old Dutch builder is keen on attracting American buyers with its latest offering.

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Diane M. Byrne to Moderate International Superyacht Society Panel

MegayachtNews.com is pleased to announce that its founder and editor, Diane M. Byrne, is once again moderating a panel discussion for the International Superyacht Society (ISS). Being held during this month’s Fort Lauderdale show, the topic is “Generation Z: The World’s Got Talent.” The goal is to enlighten ISS members of the opportunities they are […] The post Diane M.

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Admiral Sail Wave 38, 2nd Sailing Yacht for Builder

The Italian Sea Group has been setting ambitious goals since new ownership acquired the Admiral and Tecnomar brands and brought them under one roof a few years ago. One example: expanding into sailing-yacht territory, with the Silent 76 being the first launch. A second sailing-superyacht series is now being promoted.

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Megayachts Debuting at FLIBS

If it’s boat-show season, it’s also megayacht-debut season. A number of megayachts—some recently delivered, others new to the American market—will be making their debuts at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this month

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