All Superyachts articles – Page 13

  • Tankoa S501

    Tankoa Yachts resumes full-time work on S501


    Italian superyacht-builder Tankoa Yachts has resumed full-time work on S501, the fifth project in the Tankoa fleet and the third hull in its 50m all-aluminium series, following the easing of lockdown measures in Italy last week.

  • Hamburg Messe und Congress

    SMM 2020 moves to new February 2021 timing


    Next year’s trade fair will be the first international gathering of the maritime industry in 2021

  • Heessen Yachts' 70m Galactica Super Nova

    Dutch superyacht sector crafts new home

    2020-04-30T09:36:00Z IBI , by Robert Wielaard

    The Dutch superyacht lobby has moved into new digs, but its shift from HISWA Holland Yachting Group into a unit of the Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT) trade group has been slow due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Yachting Developments

    Yachting Developments restarts operations


    Yachting Developments (YD), the New Zealand superyacht builder, has announced that it has resumed operations following a five-week break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The resumption comes at a time when New Zealand is reopening on the basis that the country has for now managed to contain the coronavirus.

  • Sanlorenzo CEO and chairman Massimo Perotti

    Sanlorenzo reopens, aiming for limited financial impact


    Sanlorenzo’s Executive Chairman Massimo Perotti reported to shareholders today that all of the yacht builder’s facilities were operational as of 20 April and the company is aiming for a limited impact on results for 2020

  • Sanlorenzo SL78-686

    Mediterranean new-build yacht and refit yards start to reopen

    2020-04-16T14:54:00Z By David Robinson,

    With the lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic being eased in countries such as Spain and parts of Italy, a number of yacht and superyacht new-build and refit facilities have started to reopen this week. France will stay in lockdown until at least May 11 and Monaco is set to ...

  • Global Yachting Group

    GYG reschedules loan repayments


    Global Yachting Group (GYG), a listed superyacht painting, supply and maintenance company, has given details of changes to its repayments schedule for a €4m loan which was due to be paid up by March 31, 2021. Additionally, it has also made known that its operations in Spain are being restarted.

  • Sandra Hein, director of marine finance at akf bank

    Deutsche Yachten expands membership


    Deutsche Yachten, the German superyacht industry group, has taken on two new member companies – marine communications specialist Yachtelektronik Kruse and akf bank, a leading finance partner for those buying yachts of up to 50m in length.

  • Amels-200

    Amels on track to launch nine yachts in 2020

    2020-04-07T08:38:00Z By Robert Wielaard,

    Dutch superyacht maker Amels is confident it will be able to launch nine yachts in 2020, despite the coronavirus’ debilitating impact on the company and the Dutch economy as a whole.

  • Heysea Asteria 126-2

    Heysea Yachts to deliver first Asteria 126


    Chinese superyacht builder Heysea Yachts will shortly deliver its first 38.4m Asteria 126 model to a mainland Chinese customer following its launch in early March.

  • AURORA in Brisbane CBD

    Queensland government to trial Brisbane SY mooring


    A dedicated superyacht mooring buoy will be installed at Kangaroo Point for 12 months

  • Marina del Rey Puerto Rico

    Marinas remain open amid coronavirus fears – for now

    2020-03-16T14:49:00Z By Tony Esposito,

    The coronavirus pandemic has already taken a toll on the cruise industry, especially in the Caribbean where several destinations have placed a ban on all cruise ship calls for the remainder of the season. But superyacht marinas remain open and welcoming – with some cautions.

  • Massimo Perotti_MF debut

    Sanlorenzo confirms 117% profit gain as production continues


    The Italian yacht builder reported profits of €27 million for 2019, a backlog of €500 million and says the company is not yet experiencing a material impact on business operations due to COVID-19

  • New Zealand's Hauraki-Gulf-Courtesy-Tourism-New-Zealand

    New Zealand’s Superyacht Gathering cancelled


    This year’s event was due to be held in Auckland from March 25-27

  • Palm Beach Superyacht Show

    Palm Beach shows postponed


    Organizers of the Palm Beach International Boat Show and Superyacht Show Palm Beach, scheduled to run March 26 – 29 have postponed the event indefinitely with no further information available yet.

  • 02 Sanlorenzo_44Alloy

    Sanlorenzo unveils new 44Alloy


    Italian superyacht builder Sanlorenzo has unveiled its new 44Alloy, a 44.5m fast displacement superyacht built entirely in aluminium.

  • bilgin2

    Turkish shipyard launches 80m Tatiana


    Turkish shipyard Bilgin Yachts has launched its new 80m (263ft) superyacht Tatiana.

  • Panel Discussion ASMEX 2019

    ASMEX 2020 speakers announced


    The Australian International Marine Export Group (AIMEX) has announced the list of speakers the 10th annual Australian Superyacht, Marine Export & Commercial Marine Industry (ASMEX) conference, which runs from May 18-20 in Sanctuary Cove, Queensland.

  • Amels solarpower

    Amels, Damen step up solar power capacity


    Amels, the superyacht division of Damen Shipyards Group, says solar power generation at its yard on the Dutch North Sea now accounts for nearly one-third of its annual electricity need there.

  • The Boat Works

    The Boat Works’ new superyacht yard opens for business


    The Boat Works’ new superyacht yard on Australia’s Gold Coast is now open for business after a build time of just nine months.