31m Italcraft charter yacht SUB ZERO offering last minute getaway in Greece

Last minute plans can be the best, and now with 10% off over September and October, the 31m Italcraft luxury yacht SUB ZERO is the perfect choice for your getaway in Greece. Launched in 2007 and refitted in 2021, she has naval architecture by Caputi Studio and interior styling from Remi Tessier. Up to 9 charter guests are accommodated over 4 cabins, while 5 crew take care of every last detail.

motor yacht SUBZERO

The yacht features a stunning Italian inspired décor, combining neutral fabrics with pops of colour, warm wooden floors and deep toned panelling that compliments the fixture and fittings throughout. An open plan salon has a lounge aft and dining forward, ideal for social gatherings. Below decks are 4 cabins, comprising a master, VIP and 2 twins, all with private en-suites.

Exterior deck areas

On deck, SUB ZERO has plenty to offer while cruising the idyllic waters of Greece, from the extended swim platform where charter guests can enjoy the water toys with ease, to her partially shaded aft deck, with alfresco dining, and sunbathing, to the expansive foredeck, where there is additional seating, sunning and small tables.

Saloon and dining area


Fast cruising capabilities
Sleek design
Fantastic interior finishes
Full beam master stateroom
Excellent exterior living
Alfresco dining

Water toys

Introducing Feadship’s new 85m luxury yacht concept SLICE

At the Monaco Yacht Show 2022, Feadship revealed its 11th luxury yacht concept and its most ground-breaking to date: Superyacht SLICE.

Feadship 2022 concept SLICE

The exceptional 85m/278.10ft SLICE addresses long-standing layout issues which produce long, dark corridors and stacked living spaces across the decks. The remedy, in this case, is a glass strip overlaying a structural framework running the full length of the vessel, allowing natural light to permeate multiple decks, bringing “…the inside out and the outside in,” according to Studio De Voogt Lead Designer Chris Bottoms and Head of Design Tanno Weeda.

Sky lounge


At the heart of the yacht brief was the requirement for a linear ‘transition from the mountain to the sea’. As a result, simple corridors are transformed into liveable spaces, such as the 70m²/753ft² atrium on the main deck. Without a staircase on display, the area can be used for light and art installations surrounded by circular balconies above.

Interior view

Living area.

Living area

Dutch designer Marco van Ham styled the interiors, following a request from Feadship to avoid using teak at all. The luxurious interiors are composed of matte and gloss surfaces in liquid metal, silver leaf, shagreen, pyrite and straw marquetry against backlit marbles and onyx. Warm, neutral tones in the furnishings and organic shapes such as undulating lines in the flooring add to the sense of calm within.

Exterior bow view

Accommodation with a private pool

The accommodation sleeps up to 20 guests privately and 12 for luxury yacht charters, while a crew of 24 will see to every aspect of life on board.

Privacy is another common request with superyacht Owners, especially when it comes to using outdoor facilities while in port. M/Y SLICE has taken this into consideration when designing the aft pool and sunbathing spaces by creating a fully engineered passerelle and watertight forward entrance so that the bow faces the dock, and the stern looks out to the harbour. A full-height section of the stern at the main deck level will hinge open and deploy the passerelle at the touch of a button, allowing guests to enter from the quay into a reception room forward of the tender storage areas.

Owner bathroom

The aforementioned 10m/32.9ft pool has received special consideration as well, engineered to reduce slosh using hidden dampers.

Intimate Jacuzzi setting

The propulsion is future-ready: Four dual-fuel generators can run on both methanol and non-fossil diesel (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil – HVO), and the power they supply will go to two Azimuthing pods.

Aerial view

The option of replacing one of the generators with methanol fuel cells exists, which would generate power to contribute to the hotel load of the vessel. A battery array, supplied with power from both generators, and the fuel cells allow for low speed, silent cruising and for peak shaving of the generators. Depending on what propulsion method is chosen, M/Y SLICE is capable of a top speed of 16 knots, a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of approximately 5,000 nautical miles.

33m charter yacht SANTOSH offering exceptional discount in the Bahamas or the Caribbean

The beautiful and sporty 32.9m Gulf Craft motor yacht SANTOSH is offering an incredible $10,000 off the weekly rate for the first 2 charters booked before October 31st in the Bahamas or the Caribbean (Excluding the holidays). Launched in 2020 and refitted in 2022, she offers luxurious accommodation for 10 charter guests, in 5 en-suite cabins.

motor yacht SANTOSH

Interior living is laid over 3 levels, which include an open plan main salon and dining, featuring a plush contemporary lounge, elegant dining table and floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing for plenty of natural light and stunning views. Included in this deck is the full beam master stateroom. On the upper deck is a social sky lounge, leading effortlessly to the aft deck. The yacht’s lower deck boasts 2 queen cabins and 2 twin suites, finished in soothing neutral tones.

Aft deck dining area

SANTOSH has excellent outdoor living, making her ideal for the tropical climates of the Bahamas and Caribbean. A shaded aft deck adjacent to the salon has alfresco dining and seating, this level leads to the foredeck, where guests can have casual canapes and soak up the sun on the built-in custom sunbeds. An upper deck leads out from the sky lounge, where there is a full-service cocktail bar and comfortable seating area.

Spacious saloon

Luxury master stateroom


Great interior areas
On deck master
Spacious guests cabins, all  en-suite
3 generous exterior spaces
Good assortment of water toys
Fast hull design


Heesen luxury yacht PROJECT OSLO24 hull and superstructure now joined

Heesen has announced that the hull and superstructure have now been joined for its latest customised 50-metre Steel class superyacht, HULL YN 20150, known as luxury yacht PROJECT OSLO24. 

Project OSLO24 by Heesen Yachts under construction

The joining was completed on the 24th of September after the twin MTU 8V 4000 M63 IMO III diesel engines were installed. The Owners are keen sailors who have opted for the Heesen hybrid propulsion system, allowing for silent cruising at 8.5 knots, ideal for overnight journeys and time spent in environmentally sensitive regions. Their knowledge of life at sea has been used to customise every aspect of life on board motor yacht PROJECT OSLO24, which features exterior styling from Clifford Denn, naval architecture from Heesen, and interiors by Luca Dini Design & Architecture.

Engines being installed

aerial view moving out from the shed

Currently revealed amenities include a glass-bottomed pool and a fire pit for outdoor living throughout the seasons, a beach club with a wellness centre, a Master suite on the main deck forward and a full-beam suite with an office on the lower deck along with the other guest cabins.

aerial view of the yacht


M/Y PROJECT OSLO is due for delivery in March 2024.

Heesen – Project Oslo24 – Running Shot

In Video: 156m mega yacht DILBAR docked at Lurssen

The 156m/511.9ft Lürssen luxury yacht DILBAR is currently in Dock 10 (previously occupied by the recently launched 146m mega-yacht PROJECT OPERA), after undergoing repairs at the Hamburg facilities.

Mega yacht DILBAR – Photo © DrDuu

DrDuu captured her return to Bremen from Hamberg in the early hours of the 22nd of September, where she was towed without crew or power to the engines. After being placed in the currently unoccupied Dock 10, she was towed onto Berne.

Aerial view of DILBAR at Lurssen – Photo © DrDuu

By volume, M/Y DILBAR is the world’s largest yacht at 15,917 GT, and one of the world’s top ten largest yachts in terms of length. She was custom built and launched in 2016, with exterior styling by Espen Oeino International and interiors from Winch Design.

Superyacht DILBAR at Lurssen – Photo © DrDuu

Among her amenities is a 25m/82ft indoor swimming pool, sauna, massage room, cinema, two helipads and several indoor and outdoor social areas. The overnight accommodation is designed for up to 24 guests across 12 en-suite cabins, and a crew of 96.


Heesen lays keel for Hull YN 20750, luxury yacht PROJECT ORION

Dutch shipyard Heesen has announced the keel laying ceremony for the 50m/164ft luxury yacht PROJECT ORION (a.k.a. YN 20750) on the 14th of September at the Heesen shipyard in Oss.

Keel laying of superyacht Project ORION at Heesen Yachts

Frank Laupman from Omega Architects created the exterior appearance, which features a near vertical bow and floor-to-ceiling windows for a sharp modern look permeating the interiors with light.

Cristiano Gatto styled the interiors, producing a bespoke modern interior that plays with the sense of space and the natural light pouring in through the myriad windows. The accommodation is designed with 12 guests in mind for the Owner and for the charter, with a six-stateroom layout: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins.

Project ORION keel laying – Heesen Yachts

Motor yacht PROJECT ORION will be constructed with an aluminium hull and superstructure with a Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) from Van Oossanen Naval Architects for efficiency through the water. Furthermore, she will have a hybrid propulsion system installed that provides silent cruising and versatility for environmentally sensitive regions.

Project ORION keel laying

Twin MTU 12V 2000 M61 (IMO Tier III) engines of 600 kW each will power her through the water. At 12 knots, PROJECT ORION consumes 98 litres per hour excluding hotel load, while hybrid mode at 10 knots consumes only 45 litres an hour – a noteworthy achievement for a yacht of this size with a displacement of 295 tons.

Royal Huisman unveils WING 100 ground-breaking 100m mega sailing yacht concept with top standards of environmental sustainability

Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman in collaboration with Dykstra Naval Architects and Mark Whiteley Design has announced their latest collaborative concept, the 100m/330ft luxury mega sailing yacht WING 100.

WING 100 mega yacht concept © Royal Huisman

Designed as a true sailing yacht and not a sail-assisted motor yacht, S/Y WING 100 is a ground-breaking concept with an emphasis on environmental sustainability and technology designed for worldwide cruising plus adaptability to future technological advances and regulatory requirements.

Royal Huisman WING 100 yacht under sail – render

Construction will consist of an aluminium hull for excellent performance and comfort on the water, while the sail system has been designed with innovation and simplicity not only to appeal to staunch sailing enthusiasts but to tempt motor yacht Owners considering a new experience and as well as reducing their environmental footprint.

WING 100 yacht compared to other mega sailing yachts

The advanced rig comes from Rondal, who has recently worked on the 2021-built sailing yacht PATH and 2020-built SEA EAGLE II in addition to numerous regatta-participating sailing yachts over the years. For S/Y WING 100, the wing masts have airfoil profiles that are free-standing and rotate to increase or decrease power with the sails. The free-standing attribute has the benefit of no rigging or other chattel to clutter up the deck, creating a clean environment for crew and guests of all ages.

Aft rendering of WING 100 super sailing yacht

Mega yacht WING 100 © Royal Huisman

“The emergence of sailing yachts on this scale, with the level of energy efficiency and eco-responsibility offered by WING 100, would have been unthinkable just a decade ago,” Royal Huisman CEO Jan Timmerman said of the WING 100 concept. Once constructed, the concept would rank No. 4 in the current top 10 largest sailing yachts, as well as become the shipyard’s flagship sailing yacht.

WING 100 yacht profile

Royal Huisman concept WING 100

For future Owners who are conscientious about their carbon footprint, the WING 100 mega sailing yacht is the perfect choice for no compromise on style, range and comfort while harnessing the power of the wind.

Excellent discount in the Turkish waters of the Eastern Mediterranean with charter yacht FREEDOM

Summer is coming to a close, but not over yet! Take the chance to charter a luxury yacht in the Turkish waters of the East Mediterranean with a fantastic discount of up to 15% on the regular rate aboard the 35m Sunseeker motor yacht FREEDOM. Launched in 2017, she offers 5 spacious cabins for 10 guests and has a crew of 7.

FREEDOM yacht aerial view with slide and tender

The interior combines modern chic styling and beautiful natural woods. Her main salon is open plan with floor-to-ceiling glass doors on either side and aft, offering excellent natural light. Sea blue fabrics are paired with neutral furnishings, creating a soothing relaxed ambience. Included on the main level is a full beam master stateroom, while additional cabins are located on the lower deck.

Spacious bridge deck with seating area, Jacuzzi and more

Sunny saloon with dining area

FREEDOM has vast exterior living, ideal for cruising in Turkey. Her main deck aft is shaded with alfresco dining and access to the extended swim platform and water toys. The foredeck invites charter guests to a casual dining table, ample seating, plenty of sun pads and a deluxe jacuzzi. Further to these spaces, there is also a well-appointed sundeck, complete with sunning, seating, dining and a cocktail bar. With speeds of up to 24 knots, the yacht can zip from A to B with the utmost ease.

Welcoming light modern interior


Stunning interior
On deck master
Open plan salon and dining
3 excellent on-deck areas to relax
Array of water toys


Introducing the new Nobiskrug 83-metre superyacht PROJECT ORKAN

German shipyard Nobiskrug has announced the signing of a new build contract for an 83m/272ft luxury motor yacht PROJECT ORKAN due to be delivered in 2026.

Nobiskrug mega yacht Project Orkan

Featuring an exterior and interior by London-based Harrison Eidsgaard Design, the six-deck superyacht – known as HULL 799 during construction – will have ‘pure white surfaces’ that ‘appear to have been sculpted over a subframe’, resulting in a bespoke look that is sure to draw attention.

The Owner’s input has already personalised the appearance and amenities on board, the latter including a helipad, extensive outdoor living spaces, and a sizeable beach club that transitions into the interior.

Nobiskrug will be responsible for the naval architecture, and M/Y PROJECT ORKAN uses hybrid propulsion with batteries to reduce environmental impact and fuel consumption, and electronic anchoring is installed to protect environmentally sensitive regions such as coral reefs. All ship operation systems will be monitored throughout the design phase to optimise energy requirements, and vibrations and noise have also been diminished to prevent disturbance to guests.

Lürssen luxury 146-metre mega yacht PROJECT OPERA launched

German shipyard Lürssen has successfully launched the 146m/479ft luxury mega yacht PROJECT OPERA from its facilities in Bremen. She was captured by avid yacht spotter and photographer DrDuu. 

Luxury mega yacht OPERA – Photo © DrDuu

M/Y PROJECT OPERA is believed to be the replacement yacht for the same-sized mega yacht PROJECT SASSI, which was destroyed by a fire at the shipyard in 2018. Europe’s largest floating dock (290m/951.5ft long, 53m/174ft wide and 51m/167ft tall) was employed to bring PROJECT OPERA to the Bremen facilities back in May 2021.

PROJECT OPERA is built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with naval architecture from the shipyard. She has a 20m/65.7ft beam and comes in at 11999 GT.

Launch of mega yacht OPERA – Photo © DrDuu

Few details have been revealed in regard to the styling and amenities aboard the luxury yacht PROJECT OPERA, however, exterior shots reveal a foredeck helipad and a second one on the sundeck aft, a Jacuzzi and sunbeds forward and a cavernous beach club attached to a generous lower deck swim platform. Two stairways sweep up to the main deck two floors above and a swimming pool behind the observation area along the stern.

M/Y PROJECT OPERA is one of four mega yachts currently under construction at Lürssen, the others being 145m/475.8ft luxury yacht LUMINANCE due for launch later in 2022, 122m/400ft JAG in 2023 and 137m/449.5ft ALIBABA in 2024.

Sea trials are expected shortly for PROJECT OPERA, with delivery taking place before the end of 2022.

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