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Tankoa S693 – 69,3m

Since the recent official announcement of the sale of Tankoa S693, things have been moving quickly at Tankoa's state-of-the-art facility in Genova, Italy.

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The New Dehler 46 is taking shape

The new Dehler 46 will take the intensity of your sailing summer 2014 to a whole new level. With a dynamic character that's guaranteed to be an instant hit and an appearance which leaves nothing to be desired, you will be bowled over by the new Dehler 46. 

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Primo103 - Concept design by IP.YD

IP.YD is a yacht design office, based in Athens, Greece that offers a wide range of services concerning yacht design, exterior- interior and architecture.

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Stephens Waring Designs

The recent globally recognised 2014 International Yacht & Aviation Awards gave Maine design house Stephens Waring Yacht Design an opportunity to push the envelope in terms of creativity and strengthen their reputation as a world leader of Spirit of Tradition yacht design.

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RMK Marine 45m Keyla wins 2014 World Superyacht Awards

M/Y Keyla, 45 metres superyacht refitted and rebuilt at RMK Marine and interior designed by Hot Lab–Yacht&Design studio in Milan (Italy) have won the 2014 World Superyacht Awards for the rebuild superyacht category - held in Amsterdam on 3rd of May

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Foiling in just 8 knots: the new Mk2 GC32

After six months of intense R&D, the GC32 has been fitted with its Mk2 set of foils and has now joined the twin-hulled elite - like the AC72s of the last America's Cup - in becoming a fully foiling, airborne, racing catamaran.

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New Riva 88’ Miami

The new Riva 88' Miami, is the spiritual successor of the Riva Bahamas - the first model entirely designed by Mauro Micheli, and the designer who is responsible for the entire Riva range today. 

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WIDER 165’ – Project Cecilia

Hot on the heels of the news of the launch of the Wider150 last week...