Top 20 New Yacht Projects

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Mistral | 104m 341′2″

Launched in April 2016 by Lürssen, new yacht project Mistral is due for delivery in early 2017. Exterior lines are by the renowned designer Espen Øino, but no details of her interiors have been revealed as yet.

Builder / Naval Architecture: Lürssen
Exterior Design: Espen Øino

Picture: Andreas Jens

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Bravo | 105m 357′7″

Currently under construction at Dutch yard Oceanco, superyacht project Bravo is something of a mystery with very few details confirmed so far. What we do know is that she's 105 metres long, built from a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with an MTU drivetrain and an expected 2018 delivery date.

Builder: Oceanco
Naval Architecture: BMT Nigel Gee / Oceanco
Exterior Design: Nuvolari Lenard
Interior Design: Reymond Langton

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Solar | 106m 347′9″

In September 2012, Moran Yacht & Ship announced the sale of this new 105 metre sailing yacht to be built by Oceanco. The largest sailing yacht ever built in the Netherlands, she’s being developed under the codename Project Solar. This awe-inspiring DynaRig sailing yacht will be the most revolutionary vessel ever built and features a unique array of green technologies. Accommodating 12 guests in six staterooms, Solar is scheduled for delivery in early 2017.

Builder: Oceanco
Naval Architecture: BMT Nigel Gee / Oceanco
Exterior / Interior Design: Nuvolari Lenard

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Benetti FB277 | 107m 351′1″

Azimut-Benetti FB277 will be the second yacht over 100 metres built by the Italian yard. This historic order was announced at the Cannes Yachting Festival, when it revealed it would be built in steel and aluminium and to an in-house design. The first in-build pictures emerged in December 2015, showing that the steel hull was being built in three sections due its size. Meanwhile, its Rolls-Royce drivetrain is expected to push FB277 to a top speed of 18.5 knots.

Builder: Benetti
Exterior / Interior Design: Benetti

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Benetti FB275 | 107m 351′1″

The sister ship to the Benetti project on the previous slide, hull FB275 is highly secretive. It is due to launch in 2019, but no further details are available at this stage.

Builder: Benetti

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FB272 | 107.6m (353')

This new superyacht project is the largest of three from Azimut-Benetti on our list. FB272 is currently under construction in Italy ahead of a planned 2018 delivery date and Zaniz Interiors have been signed to create the decor. Its drivetrain is reportedly built on Caterpillar engines for a predicted top speed of 17 knots.

Builder: Benetti
Exterior Design: Owner
Interior Design: Zaniz Interiors

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Jubilee | 110m 360′10″

Built in 2017 ,Netherlands

Burgess Yachts signed this 110 metre new build superyacht project in October 2012. Hull number Y714, it will become the biggest Oceanco ever built when completed later this year. Twin MTU diesel engines are being fitted to Project Jubilee for a top speed of 18.5 knots.

Builder: Oceanco
Naval Architecture: BMT Nigel Gee / Oceanco
Exterior Design: Igor Lobanov
Interior Design: Sam Sorgiovanni

  • Builder: Oceanco
  • Length Overall: 110 m
  • Maximum Horsepower: 9656 hp
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No Name | 110m 360′11″

Upon delivery, this top secret project will become the new flagship yacht for a famous Dutch shipyard. No other details can be revealed for the moment.

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Palo Alto | 112m 367′5″

Project Palo Alto is a new 112 metre luxury yacht that’s currently under construction at Lürssen, with delivery slated for Spring 2018. The buyer has a long history of chartering "some of the largest and highest quality charter yachts in the world", according to Moran Yacht & Ship, which is managing the build and introduced the buyer.

The superyacht, designed inside and out by Winch Design, features two helicopter pads, a 12 metre swimming pool, a resort-style spa and staircases "that to date have only been seen in palaces". A massive private owner’s deck will provide sanctuary, with up to 22 guests accommodated in a further 11 staterooms.

Builder & Naval architecture: Lürssen
Exterior and Interior Design: Winch Design

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K-370 | 116m 380′7″

Kleven, a Norwegian yard mainly known for their commercial products, is working on a new contract for a 116 metre explorer superyacht. K370 was given a technical launch in March 2016 and delivery is expected before the end of the year.

This impressive vessel is designed by Marin Teknikk for long expeditions in high seas. It will accommodate 66 passengers over seven decks. Special features will include a helipad, a helicopter garage, a swimming pool and a large main tender of 21 metres on the foredeck. K370 was recently shipped to Germany for final outfitting, with H2 Yacht Design taking care of the interior styling.

Builder: Kleven
Naval Architecture: Oscar Mike
Exterior Design: Marin Teknikk
Interior Design: H2 Yacht Design

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