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  • 77-metre superyacht Go delivered by Turquoise...

    Following the recent successful launch of the 53-metre superyacht Tala,Turquoise Yachts is proud to announce the successful delivery of Go (ex. project NB63). In January, 2017 YachtHarbour has announced that 77m in-build Turquoise project sold. In March, 2017, Turquoise transfered its 77m project to Istanbul Shipyard for final outfitting. Finally, in March, 2018, 77-metre yacht Go was launched by Turquoise. The yacht was sold to her European owners by Burgess, which means its their fifth collaboration with Turquoise. Previous four new build projects were also introduced by Burgess.

  • 48-metre superyacht concept Nava Nera

    A design that is asymmetrical in nature. The 48-metre superyacht concept by Aras Kazar is represented by clean sharp lines, incorporating surfaces such as black walnut-wood-planks, a high gloss black hull with a raised matte snakeskin design, with raised glass sides and edges accentuated by gold.

  • 40-metre superyacht Viatoris delivered by Conrad

    In May, 2018 YachtHarbour reported that 40-metre superyacht Viatoris was launched by Conrad Shipyard. Now, Polish boatbuilder Conrad Shipyard has delivered its largest yacht to date, the 40-metre superyacht Viatoris. After development period and a building time of two years, the Conrad C133 named Viatoris, will be not only the largest yacht to-date for the Conrad Shipyard, but also the largest luxury motoryacht ever built in Poland. She will be premiered at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018. Viatoris is set to leave Poland to head north to the fjords of Norway. She will then make stops at other northern European cities before proceeding to her base in Croatia.

  • An Adriatic Summer Escape with Porto Montenegro

    As the heat is creeping up on us, it's time to start thinking about those summer vacation plans. Porto Montenegro, the Mediterranean’s leading luxury superyacht homeport and marina village, is kicking off the summer months with several sensational activities and events to keep everyone entertained. Here's a glimpse of what's to come! 

  • Al Seer Marine Inks Strategic Cooperation...

    Al Seer Marine has announced the signature of a cooperation agreement with Iceland-based company Rafnar. Rafnar began as a research and development company for the unique ÖK Hull, a hull platform that ensures endurance, comfort and safety for mariners in the harshest of environments by reducing wave slamming impacts by up to 95%. The company now sells its own premium vessels and provides licensing opportunities for their ÖK Hull technology to vessel builders. The initial goal of this collaboration is to convert Rafnar’s famous Embla RHIB platform into a manned and unmanned surface vessel (USV) in turn making it the most stable USV platform of its size in the world. Embla earned its reputation in the industry when it crossed the North Atlantic from Iceland to Gothenburg unsupported, tackling up to 6-metre waves over a 1,357 nautical mile distance. 

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Md. Clarifies “No Recreational Boating” Order

The Chesapeake Bay states are now all under individual Stay at Home orders, with Washington, D.C. following Maryland, Virginia and Delaware’s COVID-19 pandemic precautions. What exactly the orders mean for various outdoor activities has been tricky to pin down.

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