News about motor yachts and boats - New models
Italian yard SanLorenzo copped two more contracts to their build portfolio from the last yacht show in Florida, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS). The two contracts were signed for a SD110 and a SL94. Although coming from production lines, the two megayachts are expected to be customized by their owners to their own personal tastes and whims.
Ocean Alexander announced that the Ocean Alexander 120-foot motoryacht has been sold. The Ocean Alexander 120-foot Tri-deck megayacht was sold in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is the first Ocean Alexander yacht purchased by the new owners who were impressed with OA's build partnership with Christensen Yachts, Ltd
An important element sticks out in the Storm S-78 and this its patent fast displacement FDFH hull shape. The S-78 will be a three double cabins motor yacht with modern looks of the hull see Axe bow, and a super structure which seems to take a lot from Nuvolari Lenard interpretation of the Monte Carlo Yachts series.
The 66 is a very exciting project, and will be fully built in Sabre's Rockland facilities. She is to be designed by Sabre's own in-house team led by Kevin Burns, who has been busy with this project for some time, developing hull shapes, deck styling and of course, mechanical and interior layouts. The 66 will be equipped with Volvo 900hp IPS1200 pod drives and will cruise in the mid twenty knot range.
The design of the Mangusta 110 is a collaborative effort between the yard and Stefano Righini. This open yacht boasts a fly-bridge deck which can optionally carry a secondary helm position while the rest of the deck is really a sunning and relaxing area with vast built-in outdoor beds. The 110 is a performance yacht at heart and with MTUs below decks speeds above 30-knots are not out of reach.
Hull No 2 in the builder’s 40M superyacht series was commissioned for private owner. The new 40M yacht features an elegant, Asian-influenced interior by yacht designer Mark Berryman, featuring a refined colour palette and a mix of textures from bamboo and rattan to golden oak wood. Princess Yachts’ 40M hull No 2 accommodats 12 owners and guests in six spacious cabins including a main deck master stateroom suite. There are also accommodations for seven crew members.
The Selene 92 is the China-based shipyard’s first foray into the 79-foot (24-meter) and up realm. LOA is 91’11” (about 28 meters), and beam is 23’9” (just over 7 meters). She’s part of the semi-custom Ocean Explorer series, penned by Guido de Groot Design. The same Dutch design firm is responsible for the Selene 78 that’s also in the series.