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James’ five top yachts for the summer

28 Jun Posted by in Latest News, Yachting | Comments
James’ five top yachts for the summer

Heating up? Summer’s here for real and we’re mostly planning on staying off land this season. Who needs melting asphalt when you can simply live on this glorious armada that we’ve assembled below, anyway?

1. Mauro Lecchi Lambo Style

Mr Lecchi struck gold as he combined the sleek elements of a Lambo with his new powerboat design, including taking an air intake of the Reventon and turning it into a window. The Lambo Style yacht is the our favorite concept that actually made it to production and then onto James. Place your order here.

2. Soraya – 70m Turkish Delight

From the Mediterranean’s easternmost point you’ll find this piece of Turkish delight, a 70 meter beast made in collaboration with Uniell design studio. A swimming pool, helipad and spacious interiors are included in the €59m package. Got €59m lying around?




3. Agneta – Agnelli’s Amore

Not only is the Agneta a nice break from the huge superyachts that usually catch our attention, but an amazing piece of history to boot. This early 1950s streamlined yawl was designed by Knut Reimer on the shores of the Baltic sea… But it isn’t just easy on the eyes. It belonged to none other than L’Avvocato himself, Gianni Agnelli.

The legendary head of Fiat, a long time yachtsman, was both a keen cruiser and racer and the Agneta has been highly succesful in competitions like the Mediterranean Classic Yacht regatta. At €1,2m, this piece of maritime history is nothing short of a bargain.



4. AquaRiva by Gucci

Riva’s still the king of runabouts with its relaxed approach to leisure boating with a strong mahogany flavor. This 33 footer Gucci edition will look as great this season as it will for decades to come.




5. AB 166 – 48 knots at 50 meters!

Don’t let the size fool you. AB Yacht’s 166, coming in at 50 meters, can do up to 48 knots! – compare that to the similarly sized Mangusta 165 and its current category killing 33… With twin MTU engines kicking out 13,800 hp the 166 pushes the envelope in all the right ways. The regular necessities, like five en suite luxury guest cabins and a private pool connected to the owner’s dungeon, are included. Looks like your kids won’t be needing those university educations anyway.


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