Standout New Superyacht Launches
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Project 706

The highly secretive Feadship superyacht Project 706 recently hit the water. The 49.5 metre fully aluminium superyacht has a beam of 7.8 metres. With three water jets to achieve competitive top speeds, it is understood Project 706 will be one of the fastest Feadship yachts on the water.

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Halekai

The fourth hull in the Hoek-designed Truly Classic 128 sailing yacht range Halekai has hit the water at Falmouth based yard Pendennis. The 38.8 metre Halekai, meaning ‘home on the sea’, with a classic hull shape and modern underwater configuration. The interior décor, which is inspired by the history and culture of Hawaii, was penned by New York studio Ken Fulk Inc.

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Panam

Baglietto’s 40 metre Fast Jewel motor yacht named Panam has now hit the water. Sold in 2018 to a European owner, Panam features exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski with “sleek and aggressive” lines. The 340GT interior meanwhile has been penned in collaboration with Margherita Casprini. Power comes from three MTU 16V 2000hp engines for a top speed over 30 knots.

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Opus

The 142 metre Lürssen superyacht Opus, previously known as Project Redwood, has been launched. The six decked superyacht was designed by Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard and boasts a number of high-end features, such as a sports and diving centre on the lower deck, a large swimming pool, two superyacht helipads and a fleet of tenders.

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Gransport 33

Mangusta Yachts’ first Gransport 33 has hit the water. The first 33.3 metre yacht features exterior and interior design by Alberto Mancini and features “classic design, essential lines and a good balance between interior and exterior spaces,” according to the yard. Key features include a 56 square metre enclosed flybridge with an outdoor area equipped with a Jacuzzi and bar. At the bow, there is a pool, sunbathing area, sofa and table.

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