ISS (International Superyacht Society) has announced winners of the 2017 Design & Leadership Awards. Representing superlative achievement in design, engineering, technology, refits and service to the industry, the Awards were presented 1 November at the 27th Anniversary of ISS’s Awards Gala in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, ahead of the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
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Based in Bremen-Vegesack, Gemany, Lürssen is an independent, family-owned shipbuilding company with over 140 years of experience.
Based in Vlissingen, Holland’s third-busiest port and centre of Dutch shipbuilding, Amels is a shipyard with an enviable pedigree and history of award-winning superyachts.
Charter yachts were among the myriad of mega yachts on show at this year's Monaco Yacht Show, hailed one of the most successful in its 27-year history, and running 27 to 30 September on the picturesque Port Hercules in the Principality of Monaco.
HEESEN - cutting-edge customization, innovation and Dutch craftsmanship. When company founder, Frans Heesen established the yard in 1978, his focus was on creating custom-built yachts that would be innovative and boast exceptional standards of engineering and styling.
Renowned as the ideal vessel for groups of family and friends, M3 and her attentive crew of eight treat her 10 guests to the pinnacle of service onboard and adventure onshore and on-water.
Launched in 2015, the luxury superyacht SYMPHONY (101.5m, 333ft) was the first Feadship to pass the 100 metre mark and to this day is considered the yard’s showcase of technical and design excellence.
A true icon of superyachting and a magnificent luxury yacht, CHRISTINA O (99.06m, 325ft) is the grand dame of the superyacht world and has played host to some of the most culturally significant identities in history.
SERENE (133.9m, 439ft) is a superb example of mega yacht design by highly awarded Espen Oeino with interiors by Reymond Langton Design. She was delivered by builder, Fincantieri in 2011.
The largest Sanlorenzo motor yacht built to date and christened SEVEN SINS, hull No. 1 of the Italian brand’s new 52 Steel line is already winning clientele in the luxury charter market and will make her debut at the 2017 Monaco Yacht Show.
This is THE super-charter yacht show. Set in the iconic Port Hercules in the principality of Monaco, the Monaco Yacht Show is the world’s only dedicated superyacht show, this year running 27 to 30 September. Let the Luxury Charter Group show you onboard some of these impressive mega yachts.
Launched in 2012, TOPAZ (147.25m, 483ft) is a custom-built luxury motor yacht constructed by Lürssen in Bremen, Germany, estimated to have cost £400 million to build – around US$527 million.
Launched in June 2016, DILBAR (156m, 512ft) was known throughout its highly secretive build as “Project Omar”, and was the largest superyacht for that year and the fourth largest yacht in the world by length. German builder, Lürssen also confirmed that she is the largest by gross tonnage, with a total interior volume of 15,917 gross tonnes.
OCEAN VICTORY (140m, 459ft) was built by Italian yard, Fincantieri at their Muggiano shipyard and delivered to her owner in 2014. This luxury vessel’s sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of Espen Oeino, while its interiors were designed by Alberto Pinto.
MY ECLIPSE (162.5m, 533ft) is a luxury mega yacht built by German yard, Blohm + Voss in 2010 with both exterior and interiors designed by the highly awarded Terence Disdale. After five years of intensive design, development and construction, ECLIPSE launched in a blaze of interest, and veil of deep secrecy.
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