HeesenLogo YN 16250, a 50m all-aluminium, semi-displacement motor yacht was recently launched at the Heesen facility in Oss. She was christened Crazy Me during a private ceremony followed by a party thrown by the Owners to celebrate the fine craftsmanship and hard work of the team of Heesen staff and subcontractors who created this unique vessel. Crazy Me is a very special yacht; the credit for her conception must first go to her visionary Owner, who pushed the boundaries of creativity and design. The Owner appointed Gary Grant to design the radical exterior lines of his new superyacht: His eye for Read More...
Posted on May 31, 2013 by Sara Gioanola
Exciting New Amenities Now Open at Old Port Cove Marina Coupled with celebrating its 40th anniversary Old Port Cove Marina recently announced the addition of numerous amenities which further elevates the marinas five-star reputation and unsurpassed desirability as a favorite Palm Beach destination. Adding to its already full complement of amenities, boaters will enjoy dining in the all new clubhouse known as Sandpiper’s Cove Restaurant & Bar. The full service restaurant and bar will offer lunch and dinner in a casual setting featuring stunning marina views. An “Express” area will feature gourmet food and supplies on the go such as Read More...
Posted on February 12, 2013 by Press Release
    Three-seater submarine one of many highlights on 42m Sofia  Moonen Shipyards in the Netherlands has launched the 42-metre custom motoryacht Sofia for a repeat client. As well as being the largest superyacht launched to date by the Moonen yard, Sofia will also make waves with her unique three-seater submarine. After sea trials and final delivery in November, the displacement yacht will head across the Atlantic for an extended cruise in the Caribbean. The owner of this brand-new Moonen travelled to the yard in person for the launch and expressed his delight at how the specific requirements for this Read More...
Posted on September 28, 2012 by Chris Kennan
  The famous Scottish designer and builder would have liked the second day of the Régates Royales-Trophée Panerai 2012. William Fife has signed no less than twelve yachts that got a win in their respective class. Gusts and light air, sun and rain, it was all there. Nan of Fife (1896), Pen Duick (1898), Iona (1899), Moonbeam of Fife 3 (1903), Mariska(1908), Mariquita (1911), Moonbeam 4 (1914), Hallowe’en (1926), Cambria (1928),Eilean (1936), Vanity V (1936) and the replica Sunshine (2003) are all boats signed by William Fife and successfully racing in Cannes. The weather conditions were all but stable today, strong gusts alternating to light airs, transforming the Bay of La Napoule almost in a mountain lake. Finally the five classes Read More...
Posted on September 27, 2012 by Press Release
Royal-Huisman-Logo Unless as an invited guest, there are few chances for a keen eye to cast a discerning look around a Royal Huisman built yacht. With owner’s privacy a given, open house viewings of Huisman creations are indeed as rare as hens’ teeth – especially eight years and the equivalent of three circumnavigations after a 2004 launch. The 2012 Monaco Yacht Show provided such a rare opportunity via the attendance of the 90m/295ft, three-masted schooner Athena where visitors were invited to appreciate at close quarters the impact of her graceful lines, Panamax masts, immaculate build and superb presentation – a stunning Read More...
Posted on September 26, 2012 by Jurjen van 't Verlaat







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