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4 things you need to know about the superyacht market in July

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Half of the yachts launched so far this year are Italian

The first half of 2016 has produced several distinctive trends in the superyacht market, foremost of which is the enduring popularity of Italian brands.

We know of 55 Italian superyachts that have been launched so far this year, compared with 60 from the rest of the world combined.

Azimut-Benetti leads the way with 20 launches, including the 90 metre flagship superyacht Lionheart (pictured above and recently delivered), while Perini Navi, Admiral - The Italian Sea Group and Cantiere delle Marche have all launched their largest models to date in 2016.

What’s more, Admiral has taken an order for a 63 metre superyacht and CRN has sold its 62 metre in-build superyacht Project NL 303.

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