Comar Comet 52 Rs

15.9 m
2009
(280,000 €) 270,000 EUR

Siltala Nauticat 33

10.01 m
1988
85,000 EUR

Marine Project Moody 40

12.04 m
1979
35,000 EUR

Cayman 52 Wa Hard Top

16.3 m
2005
215,000 EUR

Dufour Yachts 335 Grandlarge

9.98 m
2013
(75,000 €) 69,000 EUR

Lien Hwa 47 Cockpit My

16 m
1991
98,000 EUR

Guy Couach 2100 Fly

21.6 m
1999
(490,000 €) 450,000 EUR

Riva 54 Aquarius

16.7 m
1998
395,000 EUR

San Lorenzo 82

23.95 m
2005
(1,800,000 €) 1,350,000 EUR

Sunseeker Superhawk 34

11.09 m
1998
69,000 EUR

Riva 25 Sport Fisherman

7.42 m
1976
49,000 EUR

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

10.95 m
2000
59,000 EUR

Crownline 275ccr

8.74 m
2008
(43,900 €) 39,000 EUR

Beneteau Oceanis 350

9.92 m
1991
29,500 EUR

Rodman 38 Cruiser

11.76 m
2005
130,000 EUR

Arcoa 900 Fly

9 m
1974
(17,900 €) 14,900 EUR

Beneteau Oceanis 393

11.62 m
2001
(69,000 €) 64,000 EUR

Acm 955

9.66 m
1997
(37,900 €) 34,000 EUR

X-yachts X–119

12 m
1991
49,500 EUR

Aprea Mare Smeraldo 45

13.78 m
2012
(375,000 €) 350,000 EUR

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MCP 92.5, a.k.a. the “Two and a Half Decks” Yacht

Why stick with two decks when you can have two and a half? Brazil-based MCP Yachts hasn’t come up with a new yacht design. Instead, it considers raised pilothouses to be, essentially, half decks. That, therefore, explains why it calls the MCP 92.5, nearing launch, a “Two and a Half Decks” yacht.  MCP Yachts announced Continue reading

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Oceanco Y717, Project Shark, Slips Into View

Sunny skies greeted the newest super-size superyacht from Oceanco earlier today. Project Shark, a.k.a. Oceanco Y717, emerged from her build shed. Striking in both her curves and color scheme, the yacht is a 295-footer (90-meter). She features styling by Luiz de Basto Designs, which has produced a few concepts for the Dutch builder thus far. Continue reading

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Marina di Porto Cervo Joins IGY Marinas Fold

IGY Marinas has a second location in the Mediterranean. Effective late this month, it’s co-managing operations of Marina di Porto Cervo in Sardinia with the facility’s owner. This includes both the slips for yachts and megayachts as well as the repair yard on site. Marina di Porto Cervo is one of the most well-known marinas Continue reading

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Tommaso Spadolini: 4 Decades of Yacht & Megayacht Design

To say yachting has been in Tommaso Spadolini’s blood since birth is an understatement. His father, Pierluigi, penned a number of yacht designs himself. They include the renowned Akhir series from Cantieri di Pisa. While a young Tommaso enjoyed sailing and racing aboard yachts, he learned to draw them alongside his father. Hanging his own Continue reading

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Superyacht Guide to the Commonwealth Games

Cruising in Australia in April? If so, you’ll be in good company. According to the industry association Superyacht Australia and its Superyacht Queensland division, several yachts have set sights on Gold Coast in Queensland. It’s due to the Commonwealth Games going on there from April 4 to 15. As a result, the organization has a Continue reading

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RORC Caribbean 600 fleet faces record-setting pace in punchy tradewinds

A record entry of 84 yachts have got off to a flying start in the RORC Caribbean 600 race and could be on course for a record

A record fleet got off to a squally start from Antigua today in the RORC Caribbean 600 race. Some 84 …Continue reading »

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We’ve run aground, now what do we do?

James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - what to do if you run aground

A yacht aground on mud flats
Running aground at high tide could leave you stuck for a while, so what do you do? Credit: Lester McCarthy

James Stevens answers your Questions of Seamanship. This issue - what to do if you run aground

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Gerber Paraframe medium knife

From a selection of the latest kit in Yachting Monthly’s New Gear pages

An essential piece of sailing gear - a knife
Credit: Graham Snook

From a selection of the latest kit in Yachting Monthly’s New Gear pages

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Chi sarà il migliore del 2017? Sicuramente un vero velista (2)

 Sarà un'edizione all'insegna dei giovani e della Coppa America. Ecco il Premio Velista dell'Anno 2017, giunto alla sua 24°edizione . Si accenderanno infatti il prossimo 12 marzo a Villa Miani (Roma) i riflettori sulla 24a edizione de Il Velista dell'Anno FIV, la manifestazione che, dal 1991, celebra tutti i migliori protagonisti della stagione velica dell'anno precedente. L'evento, ideato e organizzato da Acciari Consulting, vede protagonista la Federazione Italiana Vela in veste di partner istituzionale e ha il patrocinio e il supporto di UCINA Confindustria Nautica.  I candidati che hanno ricevuto le nomination si contenderanno il prestigioso riconoscimento in quattro categorie: il Velista dell'Anno FIV, l'Armatore/Timoniere dell'Anno, la Barca dell'Anno - Trofeo Ucina Confindustria Nautica, e il Club dell'Anno, scelto tra quelli aderenti alla Lega Italiana Vela. A sua volta la Federazione Italiana Vela premierà gli atleti delle classi Olimpiche che hanno conseguito risultati di rilievo internazionale nel corso del 2017, assieme ai tecnici che più si sono distinti.