At the Monaco Yacht Show Benetti shared more details about the BNow family product’s concept, right after the announcement, made at the Cannes Yachting Festival, of the first BNow – a model under 500 GT – sale.
In the wake of recent new model development, Jeanneau announces a new sailboat for its Sun Fast range. The next Sun Fast will keep the strong DNA of a racing boat, easy to sail single-handed or with a crew.
Two new projects that are going to further expand the shipyard’s range: a new 62 m craft by Francesco Paszkowski Design and a revolutionary 43 m explorer yacht designed by Milan-based design firm Santa Maria Magnolfi.
Heesen Yachts revealed the details of Project Cosmos; set to be a colossal 80m with a top speed of 29 knots, she will be the shipyard’s largest yacht build to date and the fastest in her class, marking a succession of new technological firsts for the iconic Dutch shipyard.
For the first time ever, Perini Navi is presenting three motor yacht lines and the full range of E-volution sailing yachts, a line already launched with the first 42m model. Two jewels of the Perini Navi fleet, the 70m S/Y Sybaris and the 60m S/Y Perseus 3, will be on show in Monaco.
Azimut Yachts takes part in the Monaco Yachts Show for the second time in a row with its Grande Collection, confirming the brand positioning in the superyacht segment.
After the successful deliveries of the 315GT SOLIS in 2015 and the 298GT DELTA ONE in 2017, Mulder has now sold the Mulder ThirtySix (BN110) which is currently under construction for delivery in Q1-2019.