The Azimut 68 is the newest model to join their flybridge collection, offering a choice of three interior layouts, and catered for a wide range of lifestyles. The combination of carbon fiber and innovative hull design puts the 68 at the forefront of the shipyards technology programmes. The 68 had its world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021 to a much anticipated crowd. Designed in collaboration with Alberto Mancini for the exteriors and Achille Salvagni for the interiors, Azimut gives owners increasingly bespoke solutions for such sports yachts, typically aquanted with much larger yachts. The WSB team take a closer look at this new arrival from Azimut.
FJORD has released the first exciting details of the new 53XL. The new flagship will not only be the largest and most luxurious model of the north German motorboat brand, but will also incorporate many design features from the successful FJORD 41XL.
Princess Yachts all-new Y72 Flybridge has been causing quite a stir since its 2021 launch. The 72 becomes the entry point to the sophisticated Y Class range, delivering a new level of design, luxury, interior ambience and space alongside stunning performance and technology. The Y72 joins the award-winning Motor Yacht range, accompanied by her sister yachts, the latest Y78, the triumphant Y85, and the highly anticipated flagship of the range, the Y95 due to launch in 2022. The WSB team take a closer look at the hype surrounding the Y72.
British yacht builder Pearl has announced a new 72’ flybridge yacht that features two master cabins, a total of four en-suite guest cabins, and a crew cabin – plus a garage for large tender and a jet ski. Dixon Yacht Design has evolved the distinctive Pearl exterior to appear even more modern and sleek, matching the advancements made in performance, efficiency, and seakeeping through advanced naval architecture. Kelly Hoppen CBE has again styled the interior of the new Pearl 72 in continuity of the brand’s heritage, taking the world-famous look a step further with the debut of the new “Indulgence” interior design scheme.
Sunseeker has created a new open-top day boat set to thrill with sleek design, exquisite detailing and exciting innovations. An incredibly lightweight performance yacht, she is powered by a pair of Volvo Penta D11 – IPS 950 engines, capable of a thrilling 38 knots with unparalleled agility. The WSB team take a closer look at the new arrival to Sunseeker’s performance range.
The new 76 Perseo launched by Riva Yachts marks an evolution of this award winning sports yacht. Improving on the 76 is no mean feat, however Riva’s design and innovation teams set out to do just that, and from the the moment you set eyes of the Perseo its hard not to be impressed with the outcome.
At 38.2 meters long and 7.9 meters wide, the Azimut Trideck is not only the new flagship of Azimut Yachts, its the first triple-decker and the largest boat ever built by the shipyard, a new symbol of the brand’s innovative future DNA. The project was carried out by a tested team, consisting of the designers Alberto Mancini for the exteriors, Achille Salvagni for the interiors and Pierluigi Ausonio for the hull. The WSB team take a deep dive into the new super yacht flagship for Azimut Yachts.
Cranchi Yachts has launch its luxury tender A46, its aim, to address the luxury tender and dayboat express cruiser markets. Looking at it, you immediately feel a sense of originality, the ever evolving Cranchi styling is evident with subtle design cues that entice a sense of occasion before stepping onboard.
The new Gran Turismo 45 is raising the bar for French based shipyard, Beneteau. Innovative functionality & on board hospitality have led the design brief for the new GT 45, with its large windows, vast sundeck and U-shaped cockpit seating. A quick glance confirms that the Grand Turismo 45 belongs to the new generation of Beneteau express cruisers, but the sleek lines and performance hull are just the start. The WSB team take a closer look at the GT 45 evolution.
Evo Yachts’ new flagship has arrived, the 24-metre yacht initially known as the Velar 78 concept is now officially named Evo V8, and is the first model in the new V line range. With its understated and refined design, this eye-catching model has been developed to offer an ultimate onboard experience.