The first model will be available starting in the summer of 2015, but the design of the Magellano 66 started long ago. It is built on the same foundation that makes all Magellano Collection yachts so special: the Dual Mode hull. The goal is to offer a versatile boat that provides a comfortable ride even in moderate to rough seas. Accomplishing this required developing keels that were profoundly different from those found on planing hulls.
This Summer will see the flagship launch Haines 400, as it makes its debut at the Southampton boat show in September. The 400 will feature a large master aft cabin and an equally spacious guest en-suite forward cabin. A split level saloon, galley, dining area and a spacious aft upper deck makes this model an all-round craft for entertaining and comfortable weekend aways.
Numarine International, the Istanbul based shipyard has been very busy increasing its range of yachts in the past 12 months, and one of those new arrivals is the smallest model in their range, the 70 Fly. Delivering the space and comfort normally only associated with much larger models, the 70 Flybridge is a culmination of Numarine’s tireless quest for market leading design and innovation. The WSB team steps on-board to take a closer look at this entry-level to the Numarine range.
It took the Swedish company Delta Powerboats precisely 10 years to grow from a 25 footer to the new 26 meter flagship. The WSB team take a closer look at what is set to be a new era in sports yacht design.
Although slightly more compact, reinforcing a sense of intimacy and well-being, the new Velasco 37 F is just as elegant as the Velasco 43 F states Jeanneau. Inside, every detail has been designed to increase window area, for a bright living space with magnificent 360° views, so the WSB team step on-board to check out if the Velasco 37 F is the perfect match for an F-Type Jag.
This year’s London Boat Show will see Fairline announce ambitious plans for new product development, as it unveils three exciting new additions to the range – the first of eight new models to be launched over the next three years. The first of these new additions is the new Shadow S, which will be revealed to the boating public for the very first time at the show. Details of this exciting new model are being kept closely under wraps until the Fairline Press Conference on the first day of the show.
The overall image that depicts the mission of the company Absolute takes shape with energy year after year. It’s an image full of strong personality, that of made in Italy, of navy, of fascinating and inimitable style, of innovative technology. It’s an image that strikes for sharpness and rationality in all its details, and for the absence of confusion and uncertainty. It’s an image composed by different pieces, a mosaic in which each piece is distinct, unique and independent, but included in an unitary and harmonious vision. All of this wrapped up in their newest arrival the Absolute 60 Fly, the WSB team take a closer look at this new Italian stallion.
Azimut are preparing the world debut launch of the Azimut 77S, the new model in the S Collection, will be taking centre stage at this autumn at the Cannes International boat show. With four boats already sold even before its launch, the 77S is Azimut’s answer to setting a new standard for sport yacht’s. The WSB team has the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes and see if Azimut indeed have the answers for a new market leader.