Elegant, powerful and incredibly spacious the new Princess 82 Motor Yacht epitomises everything that is Princess from her sleek, dynamic exterior to her impeccably finished interior. As with all new Princess models, she has been developed and constructed using some of the most advanced technology available in the marine industry today and her uniquely designed deep-V hull is resin infused to ensure a highly capable and efficient performance that is both assured and rewarding.
Dutch boat builder Mulder has delivered the first new Mulder Convertible 72. Based on the successful Mulder 68 Convertible but at 22 metres considerably larger, the yacht is the largest convertible built by the yard to date. With her unique colours, deluxe appearance and superb finish, the yacht has an exceptionally elegant character. Her interior also offers the finest possible combination between the finest materials and the Mulder Convertible 72 deserves to be called a super yacht in every respect.
Princess broke new ground when they launched the Princess 50 which has long been the benchmark for her class. Impeccable handling, blistering performance and exceptional space and comfort the model quickly became something of an iconic product for the Plymouth boat builder. So to replace this model is no small feat but the new Princess 52 promises to be a craft that is definitely up to the challenge. WSB takes a closer look at 52 and checks out if the credentials measure up.
The new arrival of the Sanlorenzo SD100 completes the SD range with a model that sits between SD 92 and SD 122. The semi-displacement range of yachts by Sanlorenzo started with SD 92, the entry model launched in 2007, introducing an elegant and balanced style that could concentrate in a relatively small size, a high quantity of fascination and composition elements that in few years became a reference. So we at WSB take a look behinds the scene of the latest creation from Sanlorenzo.
The first Princess flybridge boat was built in 1973, the Princess 37, it revolutionised the brand’s core market and the Plymouth builder has remained at the very forefront of the sector ever since, producing many iconic and market leading models along the way. Following this impressive line of craft the new Princess 56 understandably arrives with some very high expectations but, being designed and engineered by one of the largest and most experienced in-house development teams in the industry this new Princess flybridge yacht has a big task ahead of it. Will it meet these high standards, will it will set new ones? We at WSB take a closer look behind the sleek lines of the 56 to find out.
Intermarine, the Brazilian shipyard leader in luxury yachts in the country, presents their new Intermarine 65, continuing their aggressive expansion of its range of products. The model was pre-launched at the Rio Boat Show 2011, but is now here and ready to make a splash.
The Koot 54 is built in Tunisia by a team led by Italian Designer Francesco Maria Giulini. The exterior is designed by the KOOT Design Team, the interior is a project of Arch. Francesco Maria Giulini, whereas the water lines are designed by the renowned Naval Engineer Sergio Cutolo. With its 16,5 meters in length and a beam of 4,9 meters, KOOT 54 is a yacht which offers unique uninterrupted spaces: the absence of cabins is compensated by a large lounge area directly connected to the upper deck communicating to the outdoor area and the sea.
On display at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show. The new Aquastar 65 Explorer is distinguished by her upright day saloon window line giving an elegance normally reserved for superyachts twice her length, giving a clean contemporary line first admired on the Aqua-Star 70’ currently the winner of the ‘British Nautical Awards’ for best design.