December – January – February 2019-2020
Projects and 2020 Trend
Builders, designers and architects compete in ingenuity every year to make yachting evolve. Here is a selection of several projects that are likely to come to fruition in the near future.
The new 2020S
The results of our last edition of the World Yachts Trophies as well as the profusion of new models presented at the recent Cannes and Monaco boat shows testify the excellence of the 2020 vintage.
Fort Lauderdale Fair
Even if the American market tends to remain rather cautious when it comes to creativity, the Fort Lauderdale boat show is still a must-see for boat enthusiasts fast and mega sportfisherman.
World Yachts Trophies 2019 Winners
With more than 800 people gathered on the Carlton beach and 35 trophies awarded to the best boats on the planet, the 18th edition of the World Yachts Trophies is becoming more and more successful every year.
PRESTIGE : Benetti 63m Metis
Presented at the last Monaco Yacht Show, Metis is the perfect demonstration of the Italian Benetti shipyard’s know-how in the world of 100 % custom. With this new realization, Giorgio M Cassetta confirms his close collaboration with the Italian shipyard.
Yachts on the test bench
ON BOARD : Sirena 88
The latest addition to the Turkish shipyard Sirena yachts designed by the famous Argentinian architect German Frers unveils a totally new world with a layout worthy of a superior unit.
ON BOARD : Ferretti 720
The new Ferretti, whose mission is to resemble as closely as possible a second home by the sea, has succeeded in achieving its objective. Powered by two MAN V8s combined with two traditional tree lines, this yacht demonstrates optimal performance with a very high level of seaworthiness.
ON BOARD : Bluegame BGX 70
Since its takeover by Sanlorenzo, the Bluegame shipyard, now run by Carla De Maria and Luca Santella, has been experiencing rapid growth. After having rejuvenated its two references in the world of Walkaround, Bluegame launches a 70-footer with a revolutionary layout.