When Hemisphere's owners contacted Naval Architects Van Peteghem Lauriot Prévost (VPLP), several things were made clear: the owner wanted a yacht suitable for diving expeditions; he wanted an interior where guests could feel comfortable and kids didn't need to worry about making a mess.
At 56 meters (183 feet) long, you see ZENJI well before you can comprehend her beauty. Perini Navi created ZENJI in 2004 as a cruising/racing sailboat that could accommodate up to 14 guests and 11 crew members. Thanks to carefully chosen aesthetics and engineering feats that rival all other watercraft, ZENJI stands out as the type of superyacht that even the super-rich drool over.
The Grande 100 by Benetti proves that beauty and technical prowess can come in small packages. Also known as the Azimut 100, this yacht manages to offer an unbelievable level of luxury in a relatively small space. While some people focus on buying gigantic superyachts that make a big scene while approaching harbors, the Azimut 100's owners know that they can enjoy themselves while maintaining a low profile.
When it comes to speed, Hydroptere has no problem leaving the competition behind. This attitude undoubtedly comes from Alain Thébault, who spent years exploring multihull hydrofoil designs to develop one of the world's fastest boats. ("Hydro" is Greek for "water." "Ptere" is Greek for "wings.")
It is not an everyday occurrence to discover an uninhabited island. Specially one like Calivigny Island, which is nothing short of a little spec of Paradise located in the Caribbean, more specifically a mile off the main island of Granada.