Azimut the Italian yacht-manufacturing company kicked off the year with a world premiere launch of their Azimut 66 Flybridge, a shining new example of their ability to innovate to the next level. The Azimut 66 is part of the Flybridge Collection, the most classic of Azimut’s collections, and the one which has seen the most important renewal of its stylistic and technical content.
The new Ferretti Yachts 700 is indeed the evolution of one of the greatest recent successes for Ferretti Group’s historical brand. The sports yacht, arrived in style at it’s world première during the Cannes Yachting Festival 2015, creating quite a buzz. The WSB team welcome the new year with a closer look at the new gem of the Ferretti flybridge range.
This is the 3.0 revolution of the Flybridge Collection by Azimut Yachts. In 2013 with its Azimut 80 the Italian boatyard had come up with a complete new vision of the classic flybridge model. Then, in 2014, it applied the same successful style solutions to its Azimut 50 model and today with the brand new Azimut 72 it is taking another step forward by marrying this elegant yet revolutionary style with state‐of‐the‐art construction techniques. The 72 model combines two state‐of‐the‐art construction techniques so the WSB team have decided to take a closer look at this new arrival.
Sleek and aggressive lines characterise the new CCN 102 ‘Flyingsport. CCN have taken the concept “Flyingsport” and made it a reality. Combining the convenience of the flying bridge with a material feel of speed, sportiness and the perfect backdrop of the open sea, embracing a subtle mix of elegance and style, functionality and livability. The new CCN 102 will be on show at FLIBS2015, so it’s a great opportunity to get up and close to the new arrival.
At Riva, coupé has always been synonym with sporty and yet stylish yachts, bound to immediately become cults – the heirs and the continuators of a history of success. The new 76’ Perseo, the latest heir of this tradition, made its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2015. This coupé yacht has been conceived preserving subtle the family similarities with the other models in the brand’s sporty range, and deservedly joins Riva’s recent productions, the Ego Super and the Domino Super.
With the launch of the new Dominator 640, the Dominator shipyard and its staff, take another step towards implementing their brand-new philosophy. This 20 meter long and 5 meter wide sports yacht represents some of the best Italian hand-crafted products around, the style of the interior and exterior ooze class challenging credibility at first glance, so the World Sports Boats team step on-board to take a closer look at this new arrival to the Dominator range.
Princess Yachts has announced the latest addition to the S Class range – the Princess S65. This exciting new model will be launched in the autumn and joins the S72 in this range of dynamic high-speed sportbridge yachts. The S65 will benefit from a spacious interior which will feature a galley aft of the saloon, with separate dining area opposite. An electrically opening aft window will convert the galley into a cockpit bar creating a sociable cockpit area.
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.