Superyacht Yersin which is both a private vessel and research laboratory, arrived in Monaco on Monday 8th June. She was greeted with a water salute from the fireboat and a chorus of horns from the yachts at the Yacht Club de Monaco.
Designed by Giorgio and Stefano Vafiadis and built in record time by Golden Yachts, the 72-meter superyacht M.Y. O’Pari 3 is due to be launched soon, and it already looks like an instant classic.
Welcome to the truly seductive world of Panthalassa, a 56m (184ft) come-and-race-me sailing yacht, a small insight into life onboard a superyacht.
The world’s first Limousine RIB Tender, styled as a rigid inflatable boat, to meet the industry demand for a high speed multi-purpose yacht tender, Acronautic has developed this custom design as a fusion between an open style RIB and luxury superyacht limousine tender.
Italian marine industry association UCINA has confirmed that overnight visitors berthed in the country's marina resorts are now subject to a reduced rate of 10% VAT, reports IBI Magazine.
This ‘bad ass’, 58-footer from OTAM shall be on display at the 2014 Cannes Boat Show in September. Built as a chase boat for an Egyptian superyacht, this custom built aptly named 'Crazy Too' has been absolutely rammed twin 1,724hp CAT engines to deliver a top speed of around 60 knots.
The largest Superyacht ever built in China is turning heads throughout the yachting industry including our management at Acronautic. The sweeping deign and luxurious interior has been styled like that of a boutique hotel. Unique features such as the ocean lounge and panoramic living room to view the workings of the yachts wheel house.
Launched in 2011 by Devonport Yachts in the UK and owned by Ernesto Bertarelli, this spectacular yacht is one of the most technologically advanced and stylish yachts in the world.
The media masterminds at Sailing Images have shared an inspiring video stimulating the sailing senses within those with a passion for wind and sailcloth. We enjoyed this video so much that couldn't help but share it with the world.
Rescue teams were searching for six missing people in Indonesia’s 1,143-kilometer Kapuas River on Wednesday after a ferry sank, killing at least 12 people.