Six standout new superyacht launches

Yards launch bigger, better and more standout superyachts every month. BOAT rounds up the best new launches to help you keep track, starting with Bilgin's striking new 80 metre... 


Bilgin sent its latest 80 metre 263 model into the water at its Istanbul shipyard in October. Named Leona, the yacht's crimson hull comes from Unique Yacht Design, while interiors have been headed up by H2 Yacht Design. The yacht shares a number of the same features as sistership Tatiana, with key differences including larger accommodation and Greek statues in the beach club bordering the swimming pool. 

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BILGIN 263/02

Bilgin   80 m •   2022

Project Globalfast

The 85.3 metre SilverYachts explorer Project Globalfast is the second hull in the all-aluminium Silver World Explorer series by SilverYachts and joined her sistership BOLD on the water in September when she was launched at the AMC Marine Complex in Western Australia. The two share a similar military-style exterior profile by designer Espen Øino with triangular windows and a band of tinted glazing amidships.

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SilverYachts   85.3 m •   2022

Project 1010

Credit: Dutch Yachting

Feadship's 118 metre Project 1010 hit the water in mid-August, marking Feadship's largest superyacht launch to date. The yacht's size and scale meant the launch lasted several hours, with the stern having to be lifted before the main hull could be floated out. The yacht’s midnight blue exterior come from Espen Øino and images indicate a number of onboard highlights including a swimming pool and what appears to be a helicopter hangar. The  4,999GT yacht also has a unique, glass-encased skylounge.

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Feadship   118.8 m •   2022

Comfortably Numb

Italian shipyard CRN, a brand of Ferretti Group, launched its latest full-custom 60.3 metre at its facilities in Ancona. Now christened Comfortably Numb, the all-aluminium yacht features both interior and exterior design from Venice-based studio Nuvolari Lenard. According to CRN, the yacht is equipped with “futuristic technology” and represents a distinctive project that expresses “total dedication” to the client.

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CRN   60 m •   2022


The 53 metre superyacht Jewels hit the water at Turquoise's Pendik facilities in August, showing off an eye-catching sky-blue exterior penned by DeBasto Design. H2 Yacht Design has crafted the yacht's interior, using a mix of teak, gold inlays and decorative stonework to fulfil the owner’s request for a “classic” look and feel. The designers have worked together to create a fluid layout, dynamic exterior look and an optimised design that incudes an increased focus on tender storage and operations.

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Turquoise Yachts   53 m •   2022

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