New Superyachts on the Horizon!
The yachting industry and the number of yachts is growing each year – and they all need professional, qualified yacht crew. A career in yachting can be a rewarding and exciting opportunity to work, travel and explore the world.
There are plenty of opportunities to find your dream career at sea on board the world’s most luxurious vessels. Here’s a small selection of new yachts about to appear on the horizon…
New superyacht brand, Rosetti Superyachts (RSY) has recently unveiled the details of its new 37.8m explorer yacht – to be known as 38m EXP – which is on schedule for a spring 2021 delivery.
The 38m EXP is the first yacht RSY has built, marking an important breakthrough for the new superyacht brand.
The owners have been very much involved in all aspects of the design, construction and management of the new yacht, selecting the highest quality for every aspect of the interior design and the exterior of the boat.
The staircase is going to create the centrepiece of the vessel with a character that is carried throughout the whole interior. Alcoves and niches on board have also been created as per the owners’ request to house their various works of art.
Special attention has also been paid to the crew area and to the hold volumes, which are both crucial requirements for those long voyages far away from ports or marinas.
Italian shipyard, Tankoa, has unveiled a new 70m superyacht, referred to as the S702 NEXT 70. The new vessel’s design combines the distinctive brand features of Tankoa with new solutions – to create a yacht with innovative stylistic and technical features.
Based in Genoa, the shipyard has launched one or two projects each year to keep consistency at the core of its business ethos, ensuring considerable investment in speculative superyacht construction and dedication to the consistency of quality.
Having now delivered four superyachts since 2008, Tankoa has affirmed its position in the market as a boutique superyacht builder.
Later this month Benetti is unveiling its new creation B.YOND 37m. This will be the first in a new line of ‘compact’ expedition yachts.
Benetti has chosen 37m as this is the maximum size that can berth in most marinas around the Mediterranean.
They understand that owners and guests want to stay on board for longer and want more tenders and toys, so they want to take the concept of the expedition yacht and make it appeal to a larger market.
The new yachts will feature a hidden tender and toy garage to maintain the aesthetics of the overall design whilst maintaining the capacity of larger expedition yachts. Other interesting features include two staircases to ensure a separation between crew operations and guests, and a 360-degree view in the upper salon.
Another vessel which will also be 37m long is the Majesty 120. Gulf Craft announced that their tri-deck Majesty 120 superyacht model will be the first of their superyachts to feature full electrically operated services on board and is scheduled for completion in 2020.
The new model will accommodate up to 11 guests across five staterooms in an asymmetric layout and can accommodate a total of seven crew. The outdoor entertainment areas are 30% larger than other yachts in its class.
The Audace was recently launched and was entirely custom-designed and built for a client who intends to live aboard.
In order to fulfil his dream of exploring the world on his yacht, the owner (who is an expert sailor) tailored the vessel to his own personal requirements on many levels with extensive changes implemented throughout the design and construction process.
Audace is a K42 – which forms part of the Floating Life K-Series – and includes six expedition yacht designs of between 38m and 47m. Recently, Floating Life have also reportedly received a 75m commission which will be a complete departure from the other models.
The Audace features four double cabins across the main and lower deck to accommodate the guests, a generously sized communal area with sun pad, bar and lounge, a 9m tender, a soundproofed entertainment area and a professional kitchen to serve a very large number of guests.
The bottom deck is taken up entirely by the technical area and includes a walk-in technical tunnel allowing crew to move along the length of the yacht without interrupting guests. It also boasts enormous cold rooms for food and wine plus a control room and engine rooms. Audace’s storage capacity and her range of 5,000 nautical miles suggest that she will be able to spend extended periods at sea - as her owner has intended.
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