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Leopard 40 : The fastest in its category

Construction. Robertson and Caine is one of South Africa’s leading shipyards. It was founded in 1975 and today supplies chartering company Moorings with all its cruising catamarans. The Leopard 40 is the Moorings 4000. Designed in the offices  of Gino Morelli and Pete Melvin, the architects of Steve Fossett’s Playstation, this catamaran promises great  things. […]

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  • Windy Zephyros 58 : Sleek and sophisticated

    Sleek, sophisticated, modern and comfortable are just a few adjectives to describe the Norwegian manufacturer Windy’s largest cruising boat. After five tough years, the Windy 58 Zephyros finally became a reality in the Swedish shipyard Storebro, under the watchful eye of the architect Hans Jorgen Johnsen. The coachroof can be partly detached, allowing the captain […]

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  • Bénéteau Oceanis 523 : The flagship

    Construction. The Oceanis 523 presented at the Cannes boat show offers all the advantages of the combined experience of  Bénéteau and the Finot Group, both for racing and cruising. Built from GRP, this boat combines performance and comfort with extremely sophisticated lines, designed by architects Jean Berret and Olivier Racoupeau. Deck. The large midship beam […]

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  • Bavaria 42 Match : Fast and functional

    Construction. Initially presented to the public at the 2004 Grand Pavois International Boat Show in La Rochelle, the Bavaria 42 Match is also available as a 35 or 38-footer. As the name Match implies, this boat is designed for offshore racing, and is German shipyard Bavaria Yachtbau’s flagship model, produced with the help of J&J […]

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  • Pershing 115 : a remarkable new model

    Pershing 115 ‘, drawn by the architect Fulvio de Simoni, illustrates the will of the Pershing shipyard to impose its name on the market of prestigious boats. It is the first yacht propelled by hydrojets associated with two MTU 16V4000 engines (of 3700 HP each). Moreover, a TF 50 turbine, creating a booster rocket effect, […]

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  • Hanse 531: Power and Quality

    Construction. The German shipyard Hanse on the Baltic Sea presented its flagship at the last Cannes Boat Show. The Hanse 531,  designed by Alinghi architects  Friedrich Judel and Rolf Vrolijk, promises excellent performance at sea. This boat has many unique features which place it in a class of its own. Deck. The teak deck is […]

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  • Lagoon 440 : Luxury and safety

    Construction To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Lagoon, a subsidiary of Bénéteau, is launching its Lagoon 440, the first of a new generation. The Lagoon 440 contains some genuine innovations. From the fly deck to the shape of the hull, architects Vincent Lauriot-Prévost and Marc Van Peteghem have once again shown what they are worth. Deck. […]

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  • Princess 57

    In the motor yacht world, the name of Princess is synonymous with excellence. Series 57 confirms this reputation. The extension of the range of the shipyard continues by respecting the principle of a luxurious distribution of volumes: the boat has three beautiful double cabins at the front and a crew cabin. More, the comfort of […]

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  • Rodman 38 : functional cruising

    Rodman 38 illustrates without any doubt the will of the shipyard to widen its range with functional cruising. While preserving the characteristics of the previous models whose fishing style was  marked, Rodman 38 shows a leisure vocation. Thus, in addition to the broad gangways, balcony and handrails facilitating the movement of the crew, the boat […]

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