Published: Wednesday, 29 June 2011

IAG Yachts, based in Zhuhai, China has enjoyed a burst of success, first with the sale of its 127-footer, the Primadonna, and then with the recent sale of the 100-footer Electra. The Primadonna was sold to a buyer in the United States, while the Electra went to a buyer in China.


The two sales mark a promising start to the shipyard that completed the Primadonna last autumn and are due to complete the Electra by September of this year. According to IAG Yachts, the sale of the Electra was the outcome of two consecutive shows in Shanghai and Hong Kong.

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The main saloon of the IAG127 Primadonna


The Rina-classed Primadonna is built for charter and boasts six ensuite staterooms sleeping up to 12 guests. A large owner’s stateroom features very large headroom, a big main saloon with dining area, a full beam sky lounge and a very open sun deck that features a large Jacuzzi and bar area. 

The Electra will feature four ensuite guest staterooms, a stylish saloon, separate dining room and will reach a top speed of 27 knots. 

Both buyers have agreed to allow IAG to continue to display both yachts at future shows, and IAG now have three hulls under production in their hangars due for completion within the next six to nine months.