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Leading yachts in the RORC Caribbean 600 were moving towards Guadeloupe last night, rising to 1,467m (4,813 feet) above sea level. The island generates the most significant wind shadow on the 600-mile racecourse. First to reach the island at sunset was the 214ft Baltic ketch Hetairos, powering thought the crystal clear waters at 18knots. Sailing Yacht HetairosGeorge David’s RP90 superyacht?Rambler were just over a mile behind; the crew fully hiked with the big gear up, blast reaching after their monumental competitor. With no moon and substantial cloud cover, the two yachts were sparring for line honours in the pitch-black dark of night as they passed the Soufrière volcano. At first Rambler followed the leaders line but after passing Les Saintes, Hetairos tacked offshore and Rambler... Read More
Photo by Giovanni Romero Superyacht ImagineLaunched earlier this year at the Amels shipyard in Vlissingen, the Netherlands, Imagine is the first Limited Editions Amels 212. With an LOA of 65.50 metres, renowned British designer Tim Heywood, along with Amels’ own team of design specialists, conceived a contemporary exterior design, graciously combining form and function. Her fresh looks strike one as particularly architectural, with Heywood himself describing the design as “strong, athletic, feminine and sleek”. read our full feature on Imagine... Read More
Photo by Giovanni Romero The OCEA Elisabet arriving in GibraltarElisabet?is the?first Ocea Commuter 155, built by the Ocea Shipyard, located in Les Sables d’Olonne on the French Atlantic Coast. She is designed by the naval architect office Joubert-Nivelt. She has several distinctive design features, such as a spacious saloon located behind the bridge, surrounded by full height windows, a panoramic gymnasium on the upper deck, a helicopter platform, and a yacht ice... Read More