Fairline launched Squadron 50, first of the 50ft range
British motor yacht manufacturer Fairline Yachts announced the launch of a new 50ft range, available to order now for delivery in 2020. Squadron 50 is the first model of the line, making its debut at this year’s Southampton Boat Show in England (13 – 22 September 2019). The new... Read more
Outer Reef launched 640 Classic Azure motoryacht
Outer Reef Yachts launched the 640 Classic Azure, which will make its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2019. The motoryacht will have an autonomy of 1,000 nm at 10 knots. Based on a semi-displacement hull design and built to CE Class A (open ocean) classification, the 640 Azure by... Read more
Ten dream locations only reachable by boat
From Sardinia to Ireland, from Greece to Sweden: Holidu and Sailsquare have drawn up the top ten of the most beautiful destinations reachable almost exclusively by boat. More and more people are looking for an adventurous summer experience in contact with nature. By boat all this is possible, and... Read more
On display in Venice: Navigators. A journey through the Sanlorenzo shipyards
Sanlorenzo, in conjunction with the Biennale Arte 2019, will organize the exhibition “Navigators. A journey through the Sanlorenzo shipyards”, images by Silvano Pupella on display from 31 August to 02 November at the Casa dei Tre Oci, on the Giudecca Island in Venice. “Each company is a complex, multifaceted... Read more
Marco Cecchi, a man of rare sensitivity
Marco Cecchi is a luminary for those who know their boats and love the sea. Awise old man, but with a youthful clearness of mind IF HE COULD TURN BACK TIME,Mario Cecchi would become amechanic, because dismantling engines and putting them back together has always been his passion, yet his... Read more
LGCT Jumping de Monaco, sport and entertainment in Port Hercule
The fourteenth edition of the LGCT Jumping de Monaco marks the mid-cycle stage of the annual horse-jumping competition. For three days, from 27 to 29 June, Port Hercule de Monte-Carlo will transform into a real equestrian festival, which will gather the best athletes on the planet. After Stockholm and... Read more
Gayle Force Vripack: to the edge of the world
Heading to Antarctica is never a simple task. Even on board an expedition vessel, the risks are plenty. Captain Scott Whittaker sailed to the South Pole with a 29m explorer – the smallest private Marshall Island flag boat to ever venture to the Southern Peninsula – designed by Vripack.... Read more
Sanlorenzo at FuoriSalone with “From shipyard to courtyard”
Sanlorenzo renews for the third consecutive year its participation at FuoriSalone in Milan with the installation “From shipyard to courtyard”. With a clear reference to the wooden structures of the shipwrights, the designer Piero Lissoni reinterprets the hull of a yacht SX112, on a scale of 1:1. “From shipyard... Read more
Middle East is officially home to the world’s biggest superyachts
The Middle East is officially home to the world’s biggest superyachts, with the average locally-owned private vessel now measuring 63 meters in length.  The data were collected in collaboration with the Dubai International Boat Show, whose 27th edition will be held from 26 February to 2 March in Dubai Canal... Read more
Zodiac Open 7, a versatile boat
The new  Zodiac Open 7 shows a fast hull, but one that can cope with rough seas.  The 3.4 litre capacity in the new Mercury V6 can really get it moving, without fuel consumption suffering by Niccolò Volpati, photo by Andrea Muscatello The hull is a deep-V, there’s no... Read more