The largest superyacht to be built in Canada has begun construction at Crescent Custom Yachts.
The 50 metre Crescent 164 was sold to an American owner, who has already named the yacht Danzante Bay after his Mexican resort and golf course.
The deal was brokered by Northrop & Johnson’s Paul Daubner and Steve Elario.
The yacht will be built at the yard’s Richmond facility. Details remain scarce, with the guest accommodation, designers, propulsion package and scheduled delivery date still under wraps.