Boat International US Edition July 2021

ShowBoats International is the leading magazine for big boat owners in the North American market. Since its launch in 1983 it has established itself as the indispensable guide for discerning, affluent buyers in the multi-billion dollar luxury yacht market. Published 10 times a year from Fort Lauderdale, the heart of the US luxury yachting community, Showboats International is the most authoritative voice, providing the best in luxury yachting and brokerage, written and photographed by the world's leading yachting journalists.

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United States
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English
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Boat International Media
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1 min.
editor’s letter

We’ve decided to take things a little more seriously at BOAT International with the launch of the BOAT Business channel on our website, which will feature the most comprehensive and competent superyacht industry coverage out there. Using our BOAT Pro market-intelligence tool, our new business editor will be bringing you never-before-imagined insights into this fascinating industry, as well as business-critical analysis. How’s that for a plug? But seriously, it’s a fantastic service – please take a look at boatinternational.com/business. One person in total command of her own business is Carolyn Aronson, owner of 164ft Bannenberg classic She’s a 10, which was originally delivered as Mystique in 1989. “I’m at my happiest when I’m floating,” she tells us on page 46. That’s a sentiment we can all get behind. As the…

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3 min.
contributors

Thomas Pagani Thomas is a Milan-based architectural and interiors photographer. His personal work usually focuses on urban landscapes but, for this issue, Thomas boards the Sanlorenzo SX112 (page 76). What did you enjoy the most about this shoot? The design of the SX112 is amazing – it’s the most beautiful yacht I’ve ever photographed. Its beauty made my job easier What was your most memorable shoot location? A bauxite quarry in Southern Italy. It felt like we were on a Martian landscape and everyone on the team was excited about the creative possibilities there Your best experience at sea? It was the night we were coming back to port on a Sanlorenzo yacht. I was just doing my job but there was a wonderful sunset and dolphins were following our boat Is there ever a risk of danger…

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1 min.
on board

PUMP UP THE VOLUME Espen Øino-penned 256-footer, the largest Amels superyacht to date, makes first contact with water at the Dutch yard Amels has launched its largest yacht by volume to date, a 256ft custom yacht with a gross tonnage of 2,850GT, shorter but more voluminous than 272ft Here Comes the Sun, delivered in 2017. It’s the first custom yacht that the Dutch builder has launched in a while and its massive size impressed even the experienced team at Damen Yachting, who watched as water filled the dry dock and buoyed the vessel for the first time since January 2020 when the yacht arrived in Vlissigen for outfitting. The exterior design and layout are by Espen Øino International and the interior design is by Zuretti Interior Designers. Details are scarce at the…

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1 min.
eye opener

The Rolling Stones were in good spirits when they hosted a press conference on this yacht in New York Harbour on the eve of their 1966 American tour – even though Mick Jagger had collapsed and been hospitalized with “nervous exhaustion” just two weeks before. The US jaunt, to promote their sixth album, Aftermath, kicked off the following day with a concert at the Manning Bowl in the city of Lynn, Massachusetts. Arrangements were significantly lower key than modern-day Stones shows: tickets cost between $3 and $5 and the opening act was a Battle of the Bands between two local groups. Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones and Bill Wyman (pictured left to right) played a short set of 10 songs, including Not Fade Away, as rain foil on…

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7 min.
news

Big appeal of little Lürssen For a while now, the executives of supeiyacht builder Lurssen have wanted to remind prospective yacht owners that they are perfectly capable of building in the smaller end of the spectrum below 200ft, and so the builder was happy to announce at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show that they had secured an order for a 177ft yacht. The exterior design concept by Bannenberg & Rowell has morphed a bit since the first iteration, which drew inspiration from the iconic Carinthia VI. In April, Lurssen launched project 13800, now 182ft in length, revealing its well-balanced exterior styling. In contrast to the understated exterior, the interior, also by Bannenberg & Rowell working closely with the yacht’s owners, boasts a “fearless use of colors and textures,” in the words…

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1 min.
spotlight new to the market

HALO €64 MILLION The 187ft Feadship joins the market for the first time, listed for sale with Edmiston & Company. Built in steel and aluminum, she was delivered by the Dutch shipyard in 2015. CLOUD ATLAS €7.9 MILLION The 151ft Lloyds Ships motor yscht has been listed for sale at Fraser. She was built in aluminum by Lloyds Ships to RINA class and launched in 1SS0 with s full refit in 2021. She sleeps 10. CONRAD C144S €24.5 MILLION A new-build 145ft motor yacht has been jointly listed for sale by SuperYachtsMonaco with Denison Yachting. Under construction by Conrad, she is due for delivery in 2023. LATITUDE $17.5 MILLION The 173ft explorer has been listed for sale by Burgess with Edmiston & Company. Built in 1973 as a supply vessel she was converted into a superyacht between…

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