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Moonen 84: contemporary style

The newest addition to the Moonen 84 series was unveiled by Moonen Shipyards to great acclaim at “boot Düsseldorf 2005” in January. With a comfortably familiar design by René van der Velden and in-house Moonen naval architecture, the new yacht is the fifth Moonen 84. But it is the first in the series to have […]

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  • Camper & Nicholson Endeavour 42 : back in style

    Camper & Nicholson returns with a powerboat that beautifully combines tradition and state-or-the art technology. For the last twenty years, the world’s oldest shipyard (founded in 1782 by Francis Ames), father of such prestigious boats as Philante (80m,  built in 1937, presently named Norge), Fair Lady or Shamrock V,  has focussed mainly on yacht restoration. […]

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  • Ferretti Yachts in Asia

    The Far East market is increasing importance in the yachting world. The Italian shipyard specialized in luxury fiberglass flying bridge motor yachts ranging between 46 and 88  feet has just announced two important distribution agreements. The first one with ANTEK Co, which will be responsible for the Shaghai market and the  provinces of Zhejiang and […]

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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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  • Couach FIGI : Couach sees red !

    Those of you who categorised Couach as a manufacturer of traditional yachts may have spoken too soon, as the dynamic, flexible shipyard strikes back with this flamboyant new product. The Figi is a 2800 Long Range Yacht in a striking ruby red with smoked glass windshield, proving that the production unit created in 2002 is […]

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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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  • 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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