Feadship fans have today been treated to an early glimpse of a superb new Feadship that is due to be officially launched in a few weeks’ time. The name of the 72.85-metre Project 705 will only be revealed at that ceremony but we can already see that the Feadship fleet is going to gain another outstanding example of pure custom design, craftsmanship and engineering.
The newly launched Princess Yachts V55 has taken its place among the growing V-Class line-up, joining the recently added V50, V60, V65 and 78 models alongside the existing V40. The Princess V55 delivers on a clear brief for the modern sports yacht – amalgamating the elegance of form, quality materials, perfect practicality and inspiring dynamics. Immediately recognisable features of the V Class is the sweeping window line profile and an all-new Princess deep-V resin-infused hull. Let’s take a closer look at the important facts and features of this latest V-Class arrival.
Cranchi Yachts celebrated their 150th anniversary with the much-anticipated arrival of their new Settantotto flagship. 78 feet of beautifully sculpted Italian sports yacht, produced in their modern energy-efficient facilities in Lombardy. The new Settantotto is contemporary with touches of classic Cranchi design, it’s lines are fluid and without marked edges: they convey a natural sense of balance and poise. Let’s take a closer look at the head of the Cranchi fleet.
Nicknamed “the ultimate boating machine”, Verve 47 is designed for the extreme thrill-seeker. High-performance coupled with superior handling is at the fingertips of those brave enough to jump into the helm and try. This all-new model line up has been developed using the years of sports yachts experience and know-how from the historic Italian brand, firmly placing them in the middle of the highly competitive centre console, large outboard market. SO does the new Verve 47 measure up?
Princess Yachts unveiled their new X range motor yacht with a sneak preview experience for visitors who attended Boot Dusseldorf. The first model in the range will be the X95 and Princess spared no expenses in building a full main deck mock-up transported from its Plymouth HQ to be part of the new X95 experience. The X95 is due to be officially launched in Spring of 2020. Princess Design Studio has worked with legendary styling house Pininfarina SpA and long-standing naval architects Olesinski to redefine design, space and architecture of luxury yacht interiors and exteriors in the X95.
After the successful launch of the Lobster 55 and of the 48 Open, Solaris Power is now introducing the brand new 48 Lobster Flybridge: like its predecessors, this is a very technical boat which privileges seagoing performance, functionality, safety and seaworthiness.
The sensational new Sealine S430 announced at this years boot 2020 in Düsseldorf is the latest sporty S-Line model, continuing the expansion of Sealine’s sports range line up. The S430 design forte is open cruising, bringing the outside in. This mantra starts with the open cockpit which offers every opportunity to enjoy the open seas, featuring an almost fully retractable roof and side windows that merge effortlessly with the open interior layout. Summer open cruising might just be the party peace for the new S430.
The new Pearl 62 kicks off 2020 in style for the British Boatbuilder. Launched at this year’s Boot Dusseldorf the 62 packs a rucksack full of innovative features and trendy design touches that continue the Brand’s ambitions. Starting aft, the yacht can be fitted with an optional up/down bathing platform that also glides outwards to become a terrace on the sea. The transom has a built-in bench that can be used as seating or as a passageway if a tender is stowed on the platform and it lifts to reveal a jet ski garage that can alternatively be fitted as a crew cabin. The bathing platform has runners so that launching a jet ski from the garage is a breeze.