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Stella del Nord: 6th Explorer From Cantiere delle Marche

The latest explorer megayacht from Cantiere delle Marche has officially been christened. Stella del Nord, a Darwin Class 86 model, builds on the previous deliveries in the series by featuring a few changes instituted by the owners and the Italian build and design team alike.

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Stella del Nord: 6th Explorer From Cantiere delle Marche
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Amels 272 Construction Update

The Amels 272 is steadily taking shape in The Netherlands, following her hull arrival in January. Her superstructure is firmly in place, and delivery is on schedule for late 2016. The Amels 272 is the “Grand Dame,” in the yard’s words, of its Limited Editions offerings.

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Amels 272 Construction Update
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Sea Eagle Sets Sail Soon From Royal Huisman

Blue skies complemented the blue hull of Sea Eagle as she emerged from her paint shed at Royal Huisman this week. Sea Eagle is a 142-foot (43.31-meter) sloop, with naval architecture by Germán Frers. With a fixed draft of 14’8” (4.5 meters), she’s intended for both personal cruising and regatta racing on occasion.

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Throwback Thursday: Leda, by Trinity Yachts

When a New York developer decided to build a megayacht with a Louisiana-based shipyard not versed in yacht construction, some people raised eyebrows. Following the delivery of that yacht, the 97-foot (29.6-meter) Leda, those same people started paying closer attention. Leda helped put Trinity Yachts on the pleasureboating map

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Project Ireland, 1st Superyacht Sportfish to Use Carbon Fiber

North Carolina-based Jarrett Bay Boatworks doesn’t come to mind for megayacht aficionados. But, thanks to Hull 62, a.k.a. Project Ireland, more people are sitting up and taking notice

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Project Ireland, 1st Superyacht Sportfish to Use Carbon Fiber
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Eldoris, by Federico Fiorentino and Eurocraft

Eurocraft is quite young compared to most superyacht shipyards, having been founded in 1989. It started out as a subcontractor to other Italian yards and has since switched production to fully custom yachts of its own.

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Eldoris, by Federico Fiorentino and Eurocraft
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Astondoa Initiates Century Line With Century 110 GLX

Complementing the 80 GLX, and commemorating its 100th anniversary, Astondoa is building hull number one of a new Century Line. She’s the Century 110 GLX, set to debut at the 2016 Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami

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Vica, by Benetti: Gallery

A 164-foot (50-meter) megayacht is nothing new for Benetti. But one with a fiberglass superstructure and aluminum hull is

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Vica, by Benetti: Gallery
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YN 17350 Feted at Heesen Yachts

YN 17350, a fully custom 162’7” (49.6-meter) megayacht from Heesen Yachts, floated on her lines at the shipyard in late May. Heesen is keeping the yacht’s name under wraps for now, literally and figuratively

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Australia Issuing Superyacht Charter Licenses for Foreign-Flagged Yachts

American megayacht owners wishing to offer their yachts for charter in Australia, plus charter guests traveling there, now have more opportunities available.

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Australia Issuing Superyacht Charter Licenses for Foreign-Flagged Yachts
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