The 106-metre Lürssen superyacht Amadea has been spotted off the coast of Abu Dhabi. Launched in 2017, Amadea was designed by Espen Oeino while the interior design was created by Francois Zuretti. Amadea is currently listed for sale with Imperial. To read more about Amadea, click here.
The 46 metre Amels expedition yacht Karima has been spotted cruising the Dutch waterways of Amsterdam after completing winter maintenance work in Vlissingen. Built in steel and aluminium, Karima is the first expedition yacht designed and built as new, instead of a conversion. Her exterior lines were designed by Terence Disdale and she was launched in 1993 with a refit in 2014. Made for worldwide cruising Karima features a helideck, a helicopter hangar with fuelling capabilities, and is powered by a diesel electric engine. Karima is currently listed for sale with Fraser.
The 56 metre Heesen superyacht Galvas has been spotted in the Bahamas by photographer Tom van Oossanen. It comes after the yacht, which was previously known as Project Neptune, was delivered in July last year. Galvas features exterior design by UK-based studio H2 Yacht Design, while the yacht's fast displacement steel hull was developed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.
The 95 metre Lürssen superyacht Madsummer found fine company with the 72 metre Tankoa yacht Solo and 53 metre Oceanfast yacht Mizu at One Island Park Miami marina in November. Delivered in 2019, Madsummer was designed by Harrison Eidsgaard and can accommodate a total of 20 people on board. Solo made her international debut at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show and was designed by Francesco Paszkowski, while Mizu was delivered in 2004 and sports a military inspired exterior design penned by Sam Sorgiovanni.
The 109 metre Oceanco superyacht Bravo Eugenia has been spotted moored in the Thames near the capital's iconic Tower Bridge. Delivered to her American owners in 2018, Bravo Eugenia sports exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard and naval architecture by Lateral Naval Architects. Her interior design meanwhile comes courtesy of Reymond Langton Design and is populated with bespoke fabrics and signature furniture pieces."
The 44 metre sailing yacht Imagine D has been spotted moored outside Team New Zealand America's Cup base in Auckland. Built by Alloy Yachts, Imagine D was delivered in 2010 and designed by Dubois Naval Architects. Accommodation on board is for a total of eight guests and six crew members.
Gulf Craft's 43 metre Majesty 140 was spotted arriving in Fort Lauderdale last month ahead of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Built from carbon fibre and GRP, the tri-deck yacht features exterior design by the yard’s in-house design team and interior design by Cristiano Gatto.
The 80 metre hybrid superyacht Artefact was spotted undertaking sea trials this November in the Baltic Sea. Designed by Gregory C Marshall, the superyacht hit the water for the first time in July after 18 months in construction. At 2,990 GT, Artefact is the biggest volume 80 metre superyacht in the world and is known for her striking glass-centric exterior.
The 130 metre+ LürssenProject Lightning superyacht was spotted undertaking sea trials in the North Sea this November. The yacht hit the water for the first time this summer but details remain thin on the ground for this highly secretive superyacht. No designers, naval architects or timeframes have been disclosed however it can be seen that Project Lightning has two spacious helipads fore and aft. When delivered, Project Lightning will rank among the top 20 largest superyachts in the world.
The 80 metre Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht Excellence was spotted undertaking sea trials in the North Sea in July. Just a few months later, the Winch-Designed "futuristic" superyacht made its international debut at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show. Key features of this unusual superyacht include the "striking and angular bow", which creates the "silhouette of a spaceship," Winch said.
The 136 metre Lürssen superyacht Flying Fox was spotted underway on her maiden voyage from the German yard to Stavanger, Norway in March this year. Now one of the largest superyachts in the world, Flying Fox features a stylish exterior penned by Espen Øino and an elegant interior by Mark Berryman.
98 metre Abeking & Rasmussen yacht Aviva was spotted making her way up the Thames in London on July 2, 2018. The yacht passed some of the British capital's famous riverside landmarks before finally anchoring in front of Tower Bridge.
Delivered in 2017, Aviva was designed by Reymond Langton Design and offers accommodation for up to 16 guests. Her roomy 17.2 metre beam makes room for a number of impressive lifestyle features, including a full-size padel court, which won her a Judges' Special Award at the World Superyacht Awards 2018.
The 63 metre Lürssen explorer yacht Polar Star was in the Silo Marina in Auckland in February 2018.
Delivered in 2005, her onboard highlights include a massage room (formerly an office), an elegant main saloon complete with fireplace, a beautiful forward-facing master cabin and a gym. It is not know exactly where she will be heading next, but perhaps she will continue to discover the best of New Zealand.
Prior to Brazil, Here Comes The Sun was seen off the coast of Antilles in the Caribbean, and was also spotted last September off Gibraltar and Civitavecchia in Italy.
Delivered in 2016, she boasts exterior styling by Tim Heywood and interiors by Winch Design. Currently available for charter with Fraser, she boasts a beautiful spa, a private owner's deck and some extraordinary lounge spaces, as well as a helipad and a vast superyacht pool. It is not known where she will be heading next, but it is thought that she will be spending the summer season in the Western Mediterranean.
The Blohm & Voss 119 metre Motor Yacht A was pictured off at the Jumeirah Vittaveli in the Maldives. The private island retreat is home to the Royal Residence, which is considered one the best hotel suites in the world.
Motor Yacht A was delivered in 2008, she was famously designed by the legendary Philippe Starck.
The story of the explorer yacht's €50m refit, which began in 2014 and was complete 14 months later, saw her kitted out with a new hull paint job, new equipment in the gym, a spa area make over and a myriad other additions. Her famous superyacht swimming pool still sits at the heart of the aft deck surrounded by sunpads, making it the ideal spot of sun worshippers.