ISA Classic 65 meter Yacht

ISA Classic 65 // Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design

ISA Yachts started the construction of the ISA Classic 65, a design by Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design and will be launched in 2021.

The design studio of Enrico Gobbi created both the exterior and the interior design of the ISA Classic 65. The color scheme appears in a classy blue and white with a black antenna mast.

The yacht has two pools. One is on the sun deck forward, the other one is on the main deck aft and features a counterflow system. More recreational areas are a gym, a massage room with sea view, outdoor cinema, and a Turkish bath. For fun around the vessel are two tenders and two jet skis.

The ISA Classic 65 comes with a 180 sqm beach club

The extensive 180 sqm beach club of the ISA Classic 65 transforms by a folding down the 3.9 x 4m transom door and side platforms.

“Simultaneously, the corresponding portion of the aft swim platform tilts and aligns itself with the opened stern door, essentially creating a same-floor tailgate at the water level.”

“The gangway opening mechanism too is literally one of a kind. Designed to be installed sideways on the port side of the transom – rather than lengthwise – it is divided into two sections and provided with a pantograph retracting system (that, once the gangway is extended, shuts its lower part for aesthetic reasons). This system has been specifically engineered to allow for a 2.10-meter ceiling height throughout the whole beach club.”

Arcadia 115 Yacht Hot Lab Yacht Design

Arcadia 115 // Hot Lab

Italian shipyard Arcadia Yachts unveiled a renovated version of the Arcadia 115 which marks the fifth hull of the yacht model.

As many other yacht models, also the Arcadia 115 has been designed by the Italian yacht design studio Hot Lab. This fifth hull will be built on speculations and is ready in 2021. This yacht model is for both personal and charter operations.

“All the previous A115 yachts have been very successful in the charter market and on average have been rented for over ten weeks a year,” explains Ugo Pellegrino, the Sole Director of the Italian shipyard. “For this reason, when building this unit on spec, we decided to implement all the required commercial specifications, so the owner could decide to use the yacht for this purpose at a later date if so inclined. In any case, we are certain that even if the owner decides to use the yacht for personal cruising, the features required by charter class yachts will be to the advantage of the crew on board as well.”

Interior of the Arcadia 115 #5

Typical for Arcadia is the extensive use of glass to welcome a lot of natural light in the interior. Moreover, the superstructure features solar cells for less use of the generators at anchor.

“If we were to make just two examples, we could pick the jardin d’hiver on the upper deck and the arch that connects the aft and stern of the yacht” explains Enrico Lumini, from Hot Lab. “In the jardin d’hiver we worked so that the transparency clearly perceived when viewing the A115 from outside can be experienced inside as well. We achieved this with low furniture items concentrated inside the volume, away from the uprights and the large windows. Even for large elements, such as the 75” TV, we found solutions that reduce the visual impact as much as possible, such as hanging solutions.”

“The arch is a very strong feature, a distinguishing trait of ARCADIA’s A range,” adds Lumini. “Arches matching the main one have been included on the decks, to bring to mind the exterior line when standing inside. I am referring in particular to the lobbies and stairs, which are very important areas to valorize on the A115.”

Rossinavi Vector 50 motor yacht EIV

EIV // Vector 50 // Rossinavi

Rossinavi launched the 49m motor yacht Vector 50, christened EIV.

EIV was built for an American owner and has been designed by Team for Design – Enrico Gobbi. The designed studio created both interior and exterior of the yacht. Arrabito Naval Architects delivered the calculations. It is the smaller sister of the 63m UTOPIA IV, launched in 2018.

The full-aluminum fast-displacement hull yacht comes with a sporty design with a stylish reverse bow and automotive-inspired parts like air vent grills. EIV has a shallow draft of 2.29m to cruise in the waters of the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and Florida.

Equipped with two MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines (1,939 kW each), EIV reaches a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. At the economical speed of 10 knots, the vessel has a trans-Atlantic range of 3,600 nautical miles.

Photo by Michele Chiroli

At the time of publication, there are no public interior images available, but Rossinavi describes the interior as follows:

“The interior design is a thoughtful mix of contemporary and modern: bright and natural nuances of wood and fabrics cleverly combined with prestigious coating materials, such as onyx and leathers, and sophisticated details in bronzed brass metal. Custom carpentry details by Enrico Gobbi are combined with contemporary European furniture, decorative lighting art pieces, and exclusive Italian-made fabrics; the impression is of a relaxed, welcoming, elegant interior with plenty of light. Most of the furniture has been personally designed by Enrico Gobbi and upholstered with high-end fabrics of leading international brands such as Hermès, Rubelli, and Armani Casa. Class and energy, style, and dynamism have been perfectly combined in this grand project that is ground-breaking.”

EIV accommodates up to eight guests plus the owner. The crew area contains four cabins on the lower deck plus captain’s cabin on the bridge deck with direct access to the wheelhouse.

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Princess X95 Yacht

Princess X95

The Princess X95 is the first unit of the new X-Model - designed by Pininfarina with naval architecture by Olesinski.

The layout of the Princess X95 offers 10 % more outdoor space and
40 % more indoor space than a traditional motor yacht of its class. Moreover, the hull is 15 % more efficient. Equipped with two MAN V12 engines, the vessel reaches a maximum speed of 23 knots.

The standard layout has accommodation for up to eight guests on the lower deck. There is a full-beam owner’s cabin amidships, two twin-bed cabins, and a VIP cabin in the bow. Dining and galley are forward on the main deck.

The first unit has a five-cabin layout with a master stateroom on the main deck and another VIP cabin on the lower deck with a gym.

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KENTAURUS Alpha Marine Yacht Design

KENTAURUS // Alpha Marine Ltd

KENTAURUS is a 50m motor yacht by the Greek yacht design and naval architecture company Alpha Marine Ltd.

Alpha Marine Ltd. created the 50m yacht (under 500 GT) as a private yacht but as a charter yacht as well. KENTAURUS accommodates 12 – 14 passengers and a crew of 11 people in 6 cabins.

The owner’s cabin on the main deck has a size of 51.2 square meters, while the VIP cabin on the lower deck has a capacity of 21 sqm. Furthermore, there are four guest cabins with a total size of 58 sqm.

The stern area of KENTAURUS transforms into a beach club with bar and seatings by fold-out two side platforms. But even without this feature, the fixed bathing platform with sunbeds is vast for its size, well designed, and an eye turner. If you are more addicted to sweet water, you can enjoy a pool aft or a Jacuzzi at the bow.

The tender storage has a capacity for a 6.5m and 5m RIB, four Seabobs, two jetskis, and jet surfboards with hydrofoils.

Alpha Marine also had a focus on fuel-saving and developed a hydrodynamically optimized hull. The propulsion system contains 2 x 1750 KW diesel engines connected to a Voith Linear Jet system.

Animation of the Voith Linear Jet

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Nobiskrug Superyachts Project 794 Yacht

62m Project 794 // Nobiskurg

Nobiskrug finished the hull of the 62m Project 794, designed by Espen Øino, and moved it to outfitting facility in Rendsburg.

Project 794 is the second superyacht project between the German shipyard and the company Imperial who acts as a broker and owner’s representative during the building process.

As project BLACK SHARK, Nobiskrug constructed the hull in their facility in Kiel and moved it to Rendsburg to start the outfitting of the yacht.

Nobiskrug describes the vessel as a performance-driven high-volume motor yacht.

Nobiskrug Superyachts Project 794 Yacht

Photos by Klaus Jordan for Imperial

Ocean Sail 82 Sailing Yacht

Ocean Sail 82 - Sustainable Sailing Yacht // Alva Yachts

The Ocean Sail 82 follows the sustainable philosophy of Alva Yachts. The 25m sailing yacht is a full-electric boat with solar panels.

HENNDESIGN penned the yacht as a performance cruiser with a racing hull. The exterior design comes with a clean design and an eye-catching bow with fixed-bow sprit to connect a large gennaker. To follow the sustainable philosophy of Alva Yachts on the Ocean Eco 90, also, the Ocean Sail 82 features electric drive and a large battery bank (140 kWh/10kWh). Solar panels on the bimini and the deckhouse have a maximum capacity of 5 kW. Furthermore, the Ocean Sail 82 regenerates the battery bank under sails with a hydro generator.

The stern area houses a jet tender, while the aft area of the interior accommodates a full-beam crew area for two people with galley and separate companionway from the double helm station. There are two layouts available. Layout 1 provides six guests, plus owners. Plan 2 replaces a bunk bed cabin with space for an office.

Royal Huisman Project 405 Nauta Design Reichel Pugh 151

Project 405 // Royal Huisman

Royal Huisman unveiled Project 405 aka Nauta Reichel Pugh 151

Project 405 is a 46m lightweight sloop-rigged sailing yacht made of aluminum and carbon composite. Nauta Design delivered the exterior and the interior design while the speed specialists Reichel/Pugh made the calculations. Even the owner’s professional racing team was involved. The carbon-fiber rig by Royal Huisman’s subsidiary Rondal has a Panamax height to cross the Panama Canal. The owner’s brief calls for a comfortable yacht with the potential to win superyacht regattas.

“And the owners did not just want to take delivery of such an intriguing yacht; they wanted to be part of the whole process of designing and building it, and enjoy every step of the way. Which is why from the moment of the project’s inception, the owners drew together the team that could realize this experience for them”

The yacht accommodates ten guests including the owners and a crew of eight people.

Royal Huisman Project 405 Nauta Design Reichel Pugh 151

Project 405 has been contracted remote

Due to the global COVID-19 situation, Royal Huisman contracted Project 405 with video conferencing between the owners, the design and development team, and the owners’ representative Nigel Ingram of MCM Newport.

Royal Huisman Project 405 Sailing Yacht

Riva 88 Folgore Motor Yacht

Riva 88 Folgore

The Italian shipyard launched the new RIVA 88 Folgore - designed by Officina Italiana Design with engineering by the Ferretti Group.

The RIVA 88 Folgore comes with a very modern, elegant, and sporty design with a low profile.

“The new exterior design philosophy displays lines and elements inspired by the automotive world, combining luxury and sportiness.
In a happy balance between past and present, it combines the use of innovative materials like carbon with traditional stylistic elements such as mahogany inlays and steel decorations.”

When the transom hatch opens, it transforms into a six sqm beach club. Furthermore, the door can immerse to launch the tender.

The interior of the RIVA 88′ features materials like wood, steel, glass, and marble. Moreover, RIVA offers the owner the choice between three layouts for the owner’s cabin. A VIP cabin and two double cabins are on the lower deck with en-suite bathrooms.

“Riva 88’ Folgore looks like a vessel just back from a journey into the future: she is a dazzling flash of style, she is strength, she is performance, she is innovation.”Commented Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group. “The launch of the first new model in 2020 represents a new Renaissance for the Ferretti Group, which restarts from Riva, brand becoming more and more a contemporary myth, the essence of Made in Italy and a tangible sign of a Country that starts again.”

Luxi 35 Motor Boat Cantiere Savona

Luxi 35 - 40 Knots Day Boat // Cantiere Savona

Italian yacht builder Cantiere Savona unveiled the Luxi 35 - a day boat with a top speed of 40 knots.

The 35-feet day boat has a small cabin forward for up to two persons, equipped with a lavatory, shower, and a galley. The standard engine configuration comes with Mercruiser inboard engines (740 hp). Moreover, as a custom project, the LUXI 35 is available with a total power of 1,200 hp. Hybrid propulsion is possible on request. The shipyard’s in-house design team made a clean and modern design.

Modern times need advanced materials, so Cantiere Savona uses eco-friendly glass fiber (GRP) to meet the boat’s name – luxi means light in the Sardinian language.

The outside area offers a freshwater shower, counter with sink, fridge, and refrigerator. The entry price of the boat is 400,000 EUR.

Luxi 35 Motor Boat Cantiere Savona

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Full-Electric Yacht Ocean Eco 90 Alva Yachts HENNDESIGN

Ocean Eco 90 - Full-Electric Catamaran // Alva Yachts

Alva Yachts is a yacht brand from Germany that developed a range of full-electric catamarans with solar panels on the roof. Here presented as  Ocean Eco 90.

Alva Yachts is a new brand with a focus on eco-friendly yachts. Alongside this catamaran yacht, the brand also offers the monohull sailing yacht OCEAN SAIL 82, a 60-feet catamaran and floating homes. The design comes from HENNDESIGN.

The 27m full-electric yacht features a 200 sqm surface of solar panels with 40 kWp to support the battery pack. Furthermore, a hydrogen fuel cell is available. In its full-electric version, the Ocean Eco 90 has 2 x 500 kW electric motors. Another version is the hybrid yacht with 2 x 250 kW electric engines and 2 x 456 kW.

Full-Electric Yacht Ocean Eco 90 Alva Yachts HENNDESIGN

“Alva Yachts uses high-quality recycled metal, as well as recycled insulation material, and is testing solutions using cork decking and flax for composite work.
The company has also pledged to offset any carbon that it can’t reduce or replace by using green electricity and sustainable materials in the production phase”

Main Specifications of the Ocean Eco 90

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Bering 106 Motor Yacht

Bering 106 - 32m Motor Yacht with transatlantic range

The Bering 106 is a 32m yacht that belongs to the more modern designs of the shipyard that is known for explorer-styled boats.

The Bering 106 appears as a white yacht, but the 32m yacht has an enormous operating range of 4,000 nautical miles at 9 knots with a fuel capacity of 30,000 liters. The maximum speed is 13 knots, powered by twin Cummins QSM–11 with 455 hp each. The shipyard constructs the vessel with a displacement steel hull and an aluminum superstructure.

The flybridge comes with a second helm station, a wet bar, seatings, and sunbeds.

Interior Design

The master suite of the Bering 106 is on the bridge deck with a private terrace where is also the tender storage. The lower deck accommodates two VIP cabins and two twin guest cabins. Furthermore, there is a children’s playroom in the bow. The crew area with a mess and two cabins is in the stern area.

The forward main deck is the home of a big island kitchen with access to the bow area with Jacuzzi.

Main Specifications of the Bering 106

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Futura Vripack fossil-free Motor Yacht

Fossil-Free Yacht FUTURA // Vripack

Vripack unveiled fossil-free project FUTURA with regenerative blue diesel biofuel made of food waste from Finland.

Futura is a 66m hybrid yacht, powered with biofuel made of food waste. Even the battery packs are made of bio-based batteries made of plants, sand, and salt. Furthermore, the 100 % biodegradable battery bank is rechargeable by a kite that is connected to an electric winch to be released by a push on a button.

“That’s the beauty of naval architecture,” says co-creative director Marnix Hoekstra. “First and foremost, you should mimic nature in the sense that you use as little energy as possible when crossing through the waves. We were driven by that goal from the outset.”

Bart Bouwhuis – co-creative director at Vripack, says:

What Futura offers owners is choice by approaching sustainability as a design challenge, we’re not waiting for owners to request this technology, we’re presenting them with a concept based on sustainable solutions that currently exist. The answers are out there; the supply is out there, owners just need to want it.

Vripack designed the interior as a “split and merge” concept with mezzanine to have a loft-styled interior concept.

The hybrid propulsion of the steel/aluminum/glass yacht contains four Caterpillar C32 Acert diesel engines. FUTURA features the classifications of +100A1, SSC, YACHT(P) MONO, G6, (Malta Cross) LMC, UMS, SCM, and Green Passport.

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Castor Heesen Yachts

Project CASTOR // Heesen Yachts

CASTOR has been launched at the Heesen Yachts facilities in Oss.

CASTOR belongs to Heesen Yachts’ 55m Steel Class with the Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Although the shipyard follows the Dutch guidelines of physical distancing, Heesen Yachts launched the yacht on schedule.

“By halving the number of employees working in the shipyard at any one time by working in two shifts, we did not lose productivity and increased flexibility.”

Castor Heesen Yachts

Photo by Dick Holthuis

CASTOR accommodates up to twelve guests in six cabins. There is a VIP suite on the bridge deck, the rest of the layout is traditional with the master suite on the main deck forward, two double cabins and two twin cabins have been placed on the lower deck.

The cruising speed of the yacht is 13 knots with a range of 4,500 nautical miles, while the maximum speed is 15.5 knots.

Rivale 78 Sailing Yacht Valerio Rivellini

Rivale 78 // Valerio Rivellini

Valerio Rivellini created a 24m modern classic sailing yacht.

The RIVALE 78 features classic lines like a long overhang aft that serves as access to the water with a fold-out ladder; even so, the yacht also has modern elements like a deckhouse made of carbon-fiber with skylights or a very eye-catching steering wheel without spokes. Furthermore, even mast and boom are of carbon-fiber. The whole design appears very clean with a flush deck.

ARKSEN 85 Explorer Yacht

Arksen 85 - Explorer Yacht with optional fractional ownership

The Arksen 85 is one of four yacht sizes with a focus on sustainable yachting to support a foundation and opportunity of fractional ownership.

The 26m explorer yacht has been designed by the naval architects of Humphreys Yacht Design, while the interior of the Arksen 85 comes from Design Unlimited.

To reduce the environmental impact of these motor yachts, the vessel has an efficient design. Even the building process has a focus on reducing the carbon footprint. The chosen materials can be recycled when the boat’s life comes to an end. The hybrid propulsion offers a range of 7,000 nautical miles at 8 knots and 4,000 nm at 10 knots. The top speed is 14 knots.

“Every Arksen vessel is fitted with a modular and flexible monitoring system to analyse the water quality continuously. These include a flow-through system, often seen on ferries, to automatically feedback data to institutions around the world to live track crucial water parameters.”


The standard layout has the master cabin on the lower deck, together with guest cabins. Furthermore, galley and saloon on the main deck. Layout can be changed with galley on the lower deck and master cabin on the main deck forward. The enclosed flybridge offers additional seatings and helm station.

Fractional Ownership

The fractional ownership, branded as Adventure Syndicate, offers to own a part of the yacht without the whole costs of the vessel. Owners can use the yacht 25 weeks per year and 13 weeks of commercial charter. They can also sell the ownership at any time.

Arksen has a calculation example. More on the website:

“Alice is from the UK and has chosen to join a European syndicate that is buying an Arksen 70. She has decided to buy two weeks of adventure on-board per year for her friends and family. For these two weeks of usage Alice will pay £485,000, spread over 18 months (which she may choose to finance), and will have 8% ownership of the vessel. For every year of membership to the syndicate, Alice will expect to pay approximately £32,600 to cover her share of the upkeep of the boat. The commercial charter of the vessel should keep this number down. These costs represent significantly less than half of the cost of chartering a vessel for the same period.

Alice expects to enjoy the benefits of flexible ownership for 10 years. At the end of this period, Alice will receive a share of the proceeds of the sale of the boat equal to her percentage of ownership. If she owns 8% and based on 54% depreciation over the period, she would expect to receive a little over £220,000. At this point, the net cost to Alice over 10 years will have been approximately £326,000 or £2,720 per month.”

Arksen Foundation

The non-profit Arksen Foundation offers a platform for research to identify new species and preservation of existing species. Moreover, to create media to understand the complexity and fragility of the ecosystem around.

Main Specifications of the Arksen 85

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Echo Yachts Support Vessel

50m Support Vessel // Echo Yachts

Australian shipyard Echo Yachts unveiled the 50m Project Echo – HSV Humanitarian Support Vessel with a catamaran hull, designed by Bannenberg & Rowell.

The 50m catamaran-hulled support vessel features naval architecture by Incat Crowther and has been made to compete with heavy seas. The layout of the support vessel is flexible to use for the owner’s own adventures or to support disaster reliefs in remote areas.

Dickie Bannenberg of Bannenberg & Rowell:

“There is a history of London / Western Australian collaboration in the Bannenberg studio of course, and we have been very pleased to continue that with Echo Yachts and Incat Crowther on this new design initiative.

Support Vessels are an interesting and growing segment of the market but not necessarily one populated with vessels which combine both form and function as we believe the Echo Yachts vessel does.

The catamaran platform offers stability, fuel efficient range and space – providing an ideal mother ship for adventure and humanitarian operations whenever the need might arise. It’s good looking and practical. Echo Yachts are able to offer many technical and yacht finish options to suit any need and it has been a pleasure working with them.”

Landing craft tender and helicopter to support land crews from support vessel ECHO

The open aft deck has a knuckle-boom crane with a capacity of 12 tonnes to move 10 feet container with medical goods and drinking water onto a 12m catamaran tender, designed by All-seas Design and the boatbuilder Vikal. To operate away from the coast, a helicopter can land on the aft deck. Furthermore, people can be evacuated to the vessel’s medial rooms.

Chris Blackwell of Echo Yachts:

“This new customizable design is offered at a lower price point than our previous Project Echo – ‘ASY’ Adventure Support Yacht model and sees the removal of the large flush-deck A-frame crane from the stern, yet remains very capable of launching and retrieving large watercraft and submersibles with its 12 tonne knuckle-boom crane. Our pricing, our 100% customizable design philosophy and timely delivery are further improved due to the low Australian Dollar and our immediate newbuild project capacity”.

Brett Crowther of Incat Crowther Naval Architects:

“Incat Crowther is pleased to support the development of the newly designed ‘Project Echo’ Humanitarian Support Vessel’.  Working under Echo Yachts’ lead, and in conjunction with Bannenberg & Rowell for exterior styling, Incat Crowther brings our well-proven offshore catamaran hull form and engineering capability to underpin the concept perfectly.

Ideally suited to the specific operational requirements of this concept, our catamaran hull has a large and functional deck space with the ability to carry significant cargo and ancillary equipment, custom tenders, and other deck equipment, together with fuel and provisions for a four thousand mile operational range.

Together with its high deadweight capacity and exemplary propulsive efficiency, this Incat Crowther hull form has already been well proven in tough oceanic conditions, and is the benchmark solution in the commercial offshore oil and gas industry, where superior sea keeping, ruggedness and performance offshore are paramount.”

Thunder Venetian Taxi Nuvolari Lenard

Luxury Water Taxi with Hybrid Propulsion // Nuvolari Lenard

Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard created a luxurious water taxi for the channels of Venice, built by Cantieri Vizianello.

Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard are known for their exciting designs of superyachts and yacht tenders. Now they created the water taxi THUNDER with a luxurious signature like the limousine tenders of megayachts but with the style of the classic Venetian water taxis. Moreover, the water taxi comes with hybrid propulsion to drive free of emissions in electric-only mode through the channels of Venice. The water taxis also drive in open waters to the airport where they can reach higher speeds with diesel engines so that the boat can recharge the batteries.

Protecting the heart of Venice

Carlo Nuvolari says:

“As Venetians, Dan and I feel a strong connection with the city and have experienced first-hand the damage that is being caused to its delicate structures, through air and noise pollution as well as physical erosion. We felt that it was crucial to address the problems facing our beautiful hometown, and that Nuvolari Lenard was well placed to lead the charge in finding a solution, through a unique project dedicated to helping Venice.”

Currently, Nuvolari Lenard discusses another prototype equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell propulsion for an Asian car manufacturer.

THUNDER seats up to 14 guests in a luxurious ambiance

Heesen Yachts Altea


Heesen Yachts builds the new 50m project ALTEA on the proven platform 5000 Aluminum with Fast Displacement Hull Form.

Project ALTEA based on the proven platform NOVA PLUS – a faster vessel with a traditional MTU engine configuration than NOVA with hybrid propulsion. It is a sister ship to ERICA. The exterior design comes from long-term partners Omega Architects, while Cristiano Gatto drew the interior design. As many yachts by Heesen, also ALTEA has the patented Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.

Her twin MTU 12V 2000 M72 engines have a total power of 2.160 hp to reach a maximum speed of 19.5 knots. At the cruising speed of 12 knots, ALTEA has a transatlantic range of 3,750 nautical miles.

The yacht is an on-spec project and for sale. Delivery is scheduled for spring 2021. Potential clients can visit Heesen Interiors in Winterswijk, The Netherlands, to inspect the interior mock-up of the project.

A look inside of ALTEA

The interior is warm but bright as well. Cristiano Gatto uses veneers of stained Canaletto and American walnut for the walls and flooring. Moreover, custom made carpets by Luxury Pride.
ALTEA welcomes up to twelve guests and has an interior space of 350 square meters.

Material Overview

Heesen Yachts Altea Material Overview

Baltic 146 Yacht

Baltic 146 // Judel/Vrolijk

Finnish luxury yacht builder Baltic Yachts builds 45m yacht Baltic 146 with exterior and interior design by judel/vrolijk & Co from Germany.

The Baltic 146 has been developed as a bluewater cruiser but with twin rudders and a carbon-fiber hull to offer performance. A lifting keel reduces the draft from 5.90m to 3.40m. Captive winches keep a clean deck support a small crew to sail the 45m yacht. A bimini is over the cockpit and the double helm station as well. The 550 hp Scania engine is connected to a pod drive that rotates 360-degree and also serves as a stern thruster. Furthermore, the engine features SCR (Selective Catalytic Conversion).

The owners’ and three guest’s cabins are in the forward area of the vessel, while the crew of seven people is in the aft area.

Delivery is scheduled for the summer of 2021.

Baltic 146 Yacht

Yacht designer Rolf Vrolijk comments:

“This is a great opportunity to further develop the high performance, multi-role superyacht for which our design studio and Baltic Yachts have become renowned.”

Construction Updates May 2020

Main Specifications of BALTIC 146

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