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NISI 2400

The new Nisi 2400 (‘island in Greek) from Tricon Marine is a demonstration of just how much can be done in China

Published: Monday, 03 January 2011

Oyster 575

The definitive crossover size boat, the 575 is large enough to justify a paid crew and be chartered, yet is still manageable by a couple, says Yachting World’s Toby Hodges – and her sea manners are as smooth as her looks.

Published: Monday, 03 January 2011

Hanse 545

A turn at the Phuket King’s Cup aboard the Hanse 545 showcases a comfortable cruising yacht that still has plenty of performance

Published: Monday, 03 January 2011

Jeanneau Prestige 400

One of the latest entries in the Jeanneau Prestige series offers the weekend getaway crowd comfort and space, with a good dose of speed as well

Published: Monday, 03 January 2011

Heesen - Sky

Heesen’s 2010 launch Sky, a 50-metre modernistic marvel dedicated to an angular, masculine style, leaves plenty of party space for fun-loving yachtsmen

Published: Sunday, 12 December 2010

Perini Navi - Exuma

Imagine a motoryacht that combines the best of Italian luxury on-board with the efficiency of sailing yacht hull. The new 50-metre Exuma from Perini Navi’s Picchiotti yard is just that – it even comes with its own hovercraft tender

Published: Sunday, 12 December 2010

Kingship Columbus 90

The Columbus 90 launched by Hong Kong superyacht builder Kingship has stripped down luxury in a tough, safe steel package, and is a showcase for what’s possible in China’s burgeoning build scene

Published: Saturday, 11 December 2010

McMullen and WIng - Big Fish

Hong Kong businessman and yacht aficionado Richard Beattie spent three years overseeing the building of his vision of what a super-yacht should be, and the result, Big Fish, caters to charterers wanting fun, sun and waterborne exploration.

Published: Monday, 01 November 2010