Feadship Royal Dutch Shipyards has built several yachts that use glass in innovative ways. Glass structures in yachts like Venus and Hampshire II, however, only hinted at what the shipyard could do. The company's latest construction, Como, a 46.22-meter motor yacht, pushes those glass design concepts much further to create a master piece of aesthetics and engineering.
Working with Farr Yacht Design and Nauta Design, Southern Wind Shipyard built Farfalla for long-range expeditions. Farfalla is the third yacht in Southern Wind's SW102 series. While she has a similar appearance to her sister yachts, Almagores II and Hevea, Farfalla also has several features that make her a unique boat capable of long, comfortable cruises around the world.
CRN specializes in building steel and aluminum yachts measuring between 40 and 90 meters long. Saramour, a 61-meter luxury yacht, fits perfectly within the company's oeuvre. Her large size gives the owner and his guests ample room for relaxation, recreation, and exploring the world in style. She also has accommodations designed to meet the desires of practically any traveler.
Azimut-Benetti Yachts describes its Grande Collection as a fleet of flagships. Indeed, every yacht they have built for the collection emphasizes the luxury accommodations one would expect from a company's top ship. For Azimut, every boat in the Grande Collection offers the opportunity to modify the flagship design to meet the owner's unique specifications.
Reviving The Pendennis Cup 2014
Since 2008, every two years, renowned Pendennis Shipyard hosts one of the most exciting superyacht events of the year: The Pendennis Cup. At the end of May 2014, in Falmouth Bay, UK, the 4th edition of this regatta was held with 11 yachts with a combined length of over 320m competing , divided in two main categories: the Pendennis Cup fleet and the second "Little Dennis Fleet", composed of yachts of less than 15 meters. Racing was managed once again by the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club and race officer Peter Craig. All eleven participated in four days of racing defying adversity while still maintaining class and elegance.
Long, luxurious journeys deserve expertly crafted cuisine and excellent service. Preparing food on a yacht, however, presents several challenges for chefs who haven’t received the proper training. Choosing the right team for your kitchen ensures that you get gourmet dishes every time you sit down for a meal.
AKOYA, pure innovation takes the form of an aircraft.
Liza Airplanes is exploring unknown ground, and as a result the new AKOYA was born. Innovation in all fronts, AKOYA will transform your dreams into reality. Versatility co-joined with technology is, without a doubt, what defines this two-seat amphibian aircraft that has the capacity to take off and land on multiple and diverse surfaces. But what really surprises is the single fact that its innovation and compact design in no way alter the plane's aerodynamics, making it equally effective in air as in water and distinguishing it from regular seaplanes or other amphibian aircrafts.