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Motor yacht Sea Bear, launched by the US shipyard Westport in 2005 and belonging to golfing legend Jack Nicklaus, known also as “Golden Bear” will make her debut this April at Boat Asia 2012. The Westport 130 Sea Bear superyacht features naval architecture by William Garden and exterior design by Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects. Westport 130 luxury motor yacht Sea BearThe luxury yacht Sea Bear is a floating museum, which houses 36 unique pieces hand-selected by Jack and Barbara Nicklaus from the Jack Nicklaus Museum in Columbus, Ohio, as well as items personally donated from their home collection. The vessel comes courtesy of Boat Asia exhibitor KOP Group.The Westport 130 superyacht Sea Bear’s main showcase piece measures 50 by 36 inches and is placed in the main saloon.... Read More
Varadero Valencia Paint & Refinishing Work on Lurssen 70m motor yacht Saint Nicolas (ex Project Nemo)
Paint & refinishing work on the 70m (230′) motor yacht Saint Nicolas, previously known as Project Nemo is currently underway at the Varadero Valencia refit facility. Launched in 2007, the Saint Nicolas superyacht was built by renowned German shipyard, Lurssen. This spectacular vessel features modern interior by well-known Zuretti Interior Design. Lurssen 70m Superyacht Saint Nicolas (ex Project Nemo) The 70m luxury yacht Saint Nicolas by LurssenThe works on the Lurssen luxury yacht Saint Nicolas (ex Project Nemo) are distributed on different decks and one of the most important paint jobs is inside the swimming pool on the upper deck. The job consists of changing the full gel coat due to humidity problems and osmosis bubbles. Works on the Saint Nicolas Superyacht Varadero paint... Read More
The prominent Italian shipyard Azimut Yachts announced the start of works on the 42m planing motor yacht Azimut Grande 140 at this year′s Miami International Boat Show. The Azimut Grande 140 superyacht is the largest member of the Azimut Grande series. The 42m luxury motor yacht Azimut Grande 140The triple-deck superyacht Azimut Grande 140 will accommodate 12 guests in 5 comfortable cabins, looked after by a crew of 10.Twin MTU 16V 4000 M93L engines will deliver the 42m luxury yacht Azimut Grande 140 a maximum speed of 22 knots. She will easily cruise at 17 knots. The Azimut Grande 140 will have a range of about 1,200 nautical miles.Azimut 35.5m Grande 116 superyacht Cinque presented at Miami International Yacht Show 2012Azimut Yachts and Atlantis record strong sales at the 2012 Miami... Read More
The arrival of the iconic campaigning ship of Greenpeace, the Greenpeace Flagship, motor yacht Esperanza, was welcomed February 10, 2012 by Asia Pacific Superyachts upon docking at Port Blair, India for a month-long tour to build support for India’s marine biodiversity. ‘Greenpeace Flagship – Esperanza arriving at Port Blair India’ – Credit Asia Pacific Superyachts Andamans & IndiaHer second visit to India, M/Y Esperanza’s tour will highlight the impact of illegal and destructive fishing practices in the Indian EEZ and build public support for effective management measures to protect India’s staggering marine biodiversity. Greeting the Esperanza motor yacht at the Port Blair dock was Asia Pacific Superyacht (APS) Andamans & India Director, Mr. R.... Read More
Launched in 2010, the 42m motor yacht Imbros, built by the Turkish shipyard Troy Marine has been successfully sold. The Imbros superyacht features lovely interior by U?ur I??k. 42m luxury motor yacht Imbros by Troy MarineAccommodation on board the beautiful superyacht Imbros is provided to 10 guests, offering full comfort in 5 spacious cabins. She is managed by a crew of 6.Twin 750hp Volvo D16 diesel engines deliver the Troy Marine 42m luxury yacht Imbros a top speed of 14 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots, while her range is of 3,500 nautical miles. Boasting a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure as well as very high sea keeping qualities, the spectacular Imbros is Bureau Veritas registered and MCA compliant. She has a beam of 8.40m (27′6′′) and a draught of 2.30m... Read More